LUNE VALLEY PHYSIOTHERAPY 
 
Leah Dalby MCSP Physiotherapist 
 
 
07934 785 797 
 
 
Knowledge & experience with kindness & respect 
 
LUNE VALLEY PHYSIOTHERAPY 
Leah Dalby MCSP Physiotherapist 
 
 

Fitness & Wellbeing 

If you want to maintain or improve your balance, stamina, confidence, suppleness and strength then please feel free to contact me at Lune Valley Physiotherapy. 
 
You may have had orthopaedic surgery – total hip replacement, total knee replacement, arthroscopy. An appointment before surgery, to get you as fit as possible, can be useful too. 
 
Encouraging the right exercise for you is important for strength, balance, stamina, bone density, preventing stiffness and enjoying to move. 
 
It is never too late! Even if your operation or accident was “years ago,” if you are wanting improvement, feel free to phone 07934 785 797. 
 
Some people are seeking direction and support following a fall, broken bone, shocking diagnosis, or loss of confidence following bereavement. For others, their focus on work or caring for someone else may mean that their health and wellbeing has been neglected for a while. 
 

 

After an initial period of treatment, some people like to visit at intervals, to check that they are still doing the optimum exercises/stretches and enjoy a session of “hands on,” work to encourage relaxation, suppleness and “wellbeing.” I hope that my experience is of value – but suspect that people enjoy the warm treatment couch too! 
 
I am conscious that for some people, I may be the only human being with whom they exchange any touch at all. 
 
Occasionally, I am approached when someone is “off their legs.” It is better to see a physio earlier rather than later as by this stage, it is enormously hard work for the person to regain mobility, whereas timely exercise and advice re eg equipment, furniture, easier ways to get in and out of bed may prevent loss of mobility. 
 
I am used to working with people who are frail, have Parkinsons Disease (PD), stroke (CVA), multiple sclerosis (MS), motor neurone disease (MND), multi system atrophy (MSA) and issues with communication or continence. 
 
Please feel free to contact me if you hope that I may be able to help you or you have an enquiry.