Back & Neck Pain
Weekend & Evening Appointments
Clinic: 368 Boldmere Rd
Sutton Coldfield B73 5EY
My name is Dean Muldoon and I have been a Chartered Physiotherapist since the year 2000. I work partly for the NHS at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham as an extended Scope Practitioner in Physiotherapy. My NHS role involves carrying out advanced Musculo-skeletaI assessments’ and managing and triaging patients within a knee and shoulder clinic. This may involve referral to other specialities and diagnostics such as MRI scans. I work alongside Orthopaedic Consultants’.
My role also involves injecting soft tissues and joints with local anaesthetic and steroid as well as Physiotherapy. I have been treating patients with Acupuncture since 2003 and I am a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
I have previously worked for the army and the Premiership Football club West Bromwich Albion.
The Chartered Society of
Acupuncture Association for
Twincr Running & Core Training
Some of the common conditions treated in the
- Whiplash injuries
- Repetitive strain
- Joint pains
- Back and neck pain
- Pre/Post operative rehabilitation
Some of the more common sports injuries treated in the
- Ligament sprains
- Muscle/Tendon strains
- Stress fractures
- Tennis and golfer's elbow
- Shin splints
- Runners knee
- Knee joint injury
- Shoulder injury
- Groin strain
- Plantar fasciitis
- Back pain
A thorough training in anatomy, physiology, pathology and skills in musculo-skeletal diagnosis and treatment enables Physiotherapists to become highly effective Acupuncturists. Research conducted over the years have proved its efficacy and established scientific mechanisms as to how it works.
Some of the more common treatments carried out in the
- Joint and soft tissue mobilisations
- Joint manipulation
- Biomechanical evaluation
- Ergonomic (work based assessment)
- Injection therapy
On your first visit you will have a detailed assessment whereby the findings will be discussed together with management options. You will be given treatment during the first session. Before your first treatment remember to bring with you information regarding your condition and suitable clothing to allow the problem area to be exposed.
If you are a runner or wear specific sports shoes please bring them along with you.
Payment is required in full at the end of each Physiotherapy session and paid with either cheque or cash. A receipt will be given at the end of each session.
Sutton Coldfield Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Clinic is registered with all major insurance companies. Please bring any Health Insurance pre-authorisation codes and GP/Consultant letters with you.
£45.00 for a 45 minutes Assessment and Initial Treatment
£35.00 for a 30 minute Treatment