Sports injury specialists
What clients are suited to Intensity?
A long term or complex injury that is impacting on daily lifestyle, mood and activity enjoyment
Potentially received multiple previously unsuccessful treatments
Willing to commit 100% dedication on returning to full fitness.
Able to devote the required time to treatment potentially requiring daily hourly treatments.
What makes intensity different
Dorset's premier sports physiotherapist
Dave Mott has been a physiotherapist for over 30 years and has worked with some of the country's leading athletes during that time. Michael Owen (football), Mark Blundell (Motorsport) and Geneva Mentor (Netball) are just some of the patients that have trusted Dave's advice and treatment skills. He will lead your treatment and work with you to achieve your desired aims, whether that be to return to sport or to regain a pain free lifestyle.
Industry leading medical technology
At Physio Fitness we are always appraising the best medical approaches for given conditions, this philosophy has helped keep us constantly working with innovative technology to gain better outcomes for our patients. From being one of only six clinics in the UK to begin treating with the groundbreaking MBST technology, to utilising the latest cryotherapy advances. Clients on the intensity programs will have access to the full range of treatments available at the clinic.
Treatment without limitations
One of the key concepts of the intensity program is the complete individualised approach to treatment sessions. At initial consultation your treatment plan will be laid out for you detailing what we feel is the best approach for your injury. That could be daily treatment or a combination of multiple physiotherapy sessions a week alongside Alter G Treadmill or MBST therapy sessions.
This approach stems from our work in elite sports, when you are working with an injured athlete you utilise every possible treatment approach to ensure the quickest return to full health. This is exactly what the Intensity package offers, giving you the best treatment available with no limitations.
Intensity Patient Case Studies
This is are two examples of real intensity patients and their schedules to give you an idea of what a treatment can look like.
Ski injury - multiple trauma to knee including complete ligament ruptures, multiple surgeries required over a 12 month period
To return patient to their love of skiing. Work intensively before and after each surgery to ensure full recovery of knee and surrounding structures. Work at ongoing plan for the patient to minimise risk of injury reoccurrence.
Daily 60 minute physiotherapy sessions in the two weeks leading up to each surgery and 4 weeks following each surgery
MBST Cell Regeneration therapy for 9 day consecutive treatment cycle following each surgery
Game Ready Ice compression unit rental for the 4 weeks following each surgery
Compex muscle stimulation unit rental for the 4 weeks following each surgery
Alter Anti Gravity Treadmill sessions 2-3 a week depending on tolerance to return full weight bearing
Soft tissue massage sessions weekly with trained sports therapists to ensure full recovery for physiotherapy sessions
Structured individual emailed exercise programs to complete
Chronic lower back pain - high level executive desk based job and driving, pain effecting daily work and sport involvement such as golf.
Allievate daily constant pain, return to enjoying leisure pursuits, set up with strategies to ensure continued relief from pain.
Daily 60 minute physiotherapy sessions to improve back mobility
MBST therapy 9 day course to encourage cell regeneration of degenerative disc and joint wear and tear
Twice weekly personal training sessions to strengthen core and glute musculature
Weekly soft tissue massage to improve benefits from back mobility sessions
Shockwave therapy course 6 sessions to alleviate hip based tendonopathies
Hypervibe vibration therapy device rental to target improved joint a mobility and muscle flexibility
Analysis of desk and sitting posture
Analysis of golf swing
Ongoing management plan to maintain results
Frequently asked questions
How is intensity different from buying a block of physiotherapy sessions?
Intensity is physiotherapy without limitations. Meaning in the agreed timescale (3 months, 6 months, 12 months) you recieve the best possible treatments for you. As many sessions as we deem necessary and whichever treatment approaches we feel are best suited.
I have private medical insurance will that cover an intensity program?
Unfortunately not, as this is a structured intense program private medical insurance does not cover the extent of the program.
What is the cost?
Price is detirmened on an individual basis depending on the requirements of your injury and length of rehabilitation program. This will be discussed at your initial appointment, if we don't feel the intensity program is right for you we will recommend alternative options.