Musculoskeletal problems

Paediatric physiotherapy for musculoskeletal problems

Children like adults are susceptible to musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries. MSK problems are those which involve the muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons (as well as many other structures surrounding the joints). In children they tend to be caused through injury such as a fall or while playing sports however they can be a result of congenital issues. Leeds Physiotherapy’s team of specialist paediatric physiotherapists are able to provide effective treatments for children affected by MSK injuries. Our aims will be to reduce pain, speed up recovery time and return normal strength and movement. Some common paediatric MSK problems include:

Leeds Physiotherapy’s team of specialist paediatric physiotherapists have a great deal of experience in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders of children. Our modern, safe all well-equipped facilities ensure your child has access to the most effective treatments when and where they need them.

To arrange an appointment, call us on 0113 880 0333 or email

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Iqbal, Leeds

"My physio explained what had happened, gave me a clear timetable for my recovery and gave me exercises designed to get me back to work as soon as possible."

Steve, Osmondthorpe

"My wife can now walk around the house with a stick, can use the stairs and is more able to do things herself. We feel it has been a great help as I don’t think I could have coped alone."

Sarah, Headingley

"I am a local case manager and Leeds Physiotherapy has provided my clients with exceptional care and service."