Ammit Mistry joins the Tower Clinic!

Company Name – Reform Physio
HCPC registration No – PH97752
Job Role – Senior Chartered Physiotherapist
Tel – 07585339096
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My Name Is Ammit Mistry and I believe that every individual should be able to do the things they enjoy without the worry of an injury reoccurring.
From a young age I have had a great interest into the functions and the coping mechanisms of the human body after injury, which steered me towards my career path of becoming a Physiotherapist.

In 2008 I completed a foundation degree in Health-Related Exercise and Fitness at Leeds Metropolitan University then went on to graduate as a Physiotherapist in 2011 at Manchester Metropolitan University. During my time at university, I experienced learning opportunities based in multiple professional settings such as hospitals, schools, and community health services. I was also provided with an unforgettable opportunity to work alongside the lead physiotherapist at Leeds United Football Club, this allowed me to gain a better understanding on advanced rehabilitation and aiding individuals back to high level sport.

My first professional job at Bradford Teaching Hospitals enabled me to gain a wealth of knowledge and experience treating patients with Musculoskeletal, Respiratory and Neurological health problems. Moving on I began a journey working for several private physiotherapy practices acquiring most of my experience treating sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, orthopaedic conditions, and spinal injuries.

I am currently working as a First Contact Physiotherapist (FCP) based in GP surgeries in the south of Leeds. The FCP service allows patients contacting their GP surgeries with musculoskeletal pain to be seen quickly by a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Working alongside the wider multi-disciplinary team such as Doctors, nurses, pharmacist, and other advanced practitioners has allowed me to develop my medical knowledge and enabled me to gain a better understanding of how some medical conditions can present as musculoskeletal symptoms. This role has given me the opportunity to assess, diagnose and treat patients for their symptoms. If a diagnosis is unclear, I have been able to refer patients for further investigations such as scans, blood test or referred onwards to specialist teams within the surgery or secondary care.

In clinic I like to spend time with my patients to find the root cause of their problem, so I can develop a tailored treatment plan for each individual and set goals at each stage to ensure they get the result they want. I have a real interest in using ‘hands on’ therapy such as trigger point release, soft tissue mobilisations and joint mobilisations when treating patients. I have completed courses in Acupuncture, tai chi and I am a qualified Display Screen Equipment (DSE) assessor.
Outside work I enjoy spending time with family and friends with a meal or a few drinks. I enjoy stand-up comedy, listening to music and adore a good cup of coffee.

Treatments offered
Physiotherapy can help to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. Treatment can help at any time in your life to manage long term conditions such as arthritis or specific acute injuries.

At Reform Physio we use Chartered Physiotherapist whose main focus is to help you remain as independent and as active as possible. We take a holistic approach in the assessment and treatment your problem to alleviate your symptoms so you can move freely without pain and return to the activities you love. Our mission is to make meaningful impacts on the life of every person we work with so they can enjoy the things that add value to their life.

In the first appointment we will take a detailed medical history of your injury and carry out an assessment to find the root cause of your symptoms. Once a diagnosis has been established, we will discuss with yourself all the findings from the assessment to make sure you fully understand the problem. Together we will make a treatment plan personalised for you and set specific goals at each stage of your treatment. We will work together with you throughout your treatment to resolve your symptoms and prevent the problem from reoccurring.

At Reform Physio we use the below Treatments to aid recovery:

  • Muscle/soft tissue release
  • Joint Manipulations
  • Acupuncture
  • Strapping
  • Sport Massage
  • Exercise Therapy
  • Tai chi
  • Advice on pain management and lifestyle

Prices – £40 (30 minutes) and £75 (60 minutes)

Tai Chi

What is Tai Chi?

Tai Chi originated in ancient China and has roots in the healing, meditation and martial traditions. It is a moderately aerobic form of exercise which combines relaxed, flowing, circular movements with a calm, alert mental state. The Ying and yang symbol shows how the opposite and complementary forces continually interact to create a balance which is Tai Chi.

The essential principles include mind integrated with the body; control of movements, breathing, generating internal energy and mindfulness. The ultimate purpose of tai chi is to cultivate the qi of life energy within us to flow smoothly and powerfully throughout the body. Tai Chi is aesthetically pleasing, easy and enjoyable to practice. It can be a meditation and an integral exercise for all parts of the body and the mind. It brings tranquillity and helps you think more clearly. By using the principles of, and adapting exercises from Tai Chi, the benefits can be made accessible to those with moderate to severe health problems and or disabilities.

With regular practice Tai Chi can:

  • Improve co-ordination and balance
  • Increase mobility and flexibility
  • Reduce high blood pressure
  • Improve fitness
  • Strengthen tendons, bones and muscles
  • Improve quality of sleep
  • Reduce the risk and rate of falls
  • Increase immunity
  • Control and reduce pain
  • Reduce depression and anxiety

It is excellent in rehabilitation of many conditions such as:

  • Falls prevention
  • Chronic pain
  • Neurological conditions
  • Cardio-vascular and pulmonary rehabilitation
  • Osteoporosis, osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Learning disabilities
  • Mental illness
  • Improve sports performance

Hourly Prices: 1-to-1 £60 or Group of 3 £20 per person