Advanced Physiotherapy with Dr Bailey
“I believe that my evidence informed, practical hands on approach, built on 20 years clinical experience enables me to offer advanced physiotherapy in a relaxed environment. My passion for research means that I can embrace new concepts and procedures that ultimately benefit my clients in reducing pain and speeding recovery.”
Consultant Physiotherapist Dr Robert Bailey is a Doctor of Philosophy at the University of Central Lancashire. Benefit from his experience treating elite & professional athletes having been lead physiotherapist at the first European Games, two Commonwealth Games & working with Premier League Football Teams.
In 2000 he became an Extended Scope Physiotherapist, running orthopaedic clinics. In 2014 he completed his Doctoral Thesis “The Role of Lumbo-Pelvic Hip tests in the Examination of Gait.” His clinical specialism now is spinal pain and sports injuries. He divides his time between post-doctoral research, teaching post graduate physiotherapists and advanced clinical practice.
"Dr Bailey quickly identified my problem, reassured me about the future and within a few weeks I was back to normal activity and the pain had resolved. Thank you for your understanding".
"Mr Bailey was very reassuring and understanding"
"Just a whopping THANK ....
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Combine video analysis with expert physiotherapy to perfect your performance. Analyse your movement during running, cycling, walking, and swimming. Monitor your progress. Pause and slow down ‘real time’ activities to see the problem. Receive computerised video analysis of your movement.
A detailed gait assessment either running or walking, by use of video techniques and specialised computer software, is used to analyse how patients move. This is commonly used in the prevention, examination, treatment and monitoring of an injury.