Physiotherapy

 

If you suffer from any joint or muscle problem Physiotherapy can help relieve your pain and get you moving again.  Enjoying life to the fullest can be difficult when you have persistent aches or discomfort. Physiotherapy is a non-invasive form of treatment that addresses problems in joints, discs, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and nerves that cause pain, stiffness and weakness. We can also help in the management of a wide variety of conditions, for instance rehabilitation following surgery or major injury or illness.

 

Getting you back into action

 

Stage 1: Relief Care

If you are in pain our first objective is to get you pain free as soon as possible. Each individual is unique so it’s difficult to estimate how many sessions in total you may need but you can rest assured that our aims are the same as yours – to relieve your pain and get you better as quickly as possible.

 

Stage 2: Rehabilitation
During the rehab stage, muscles and other tissues are encouraged heal and strengthen completely. This will help prevent a re-occurrence of the problem or injury. Typically you might need up to 4-8 sessions, depending on your overall health and the severity of your problems.

 

Stage 3: Wellness Care
While your body heals we will teach you how to avoid future problems and address any lifestyle issues like weight loss and how to live a more active and fulfilling life.

We Are Well Connected

We also have excellent links with some of London’s top and Rheumatology Consultants and Diagnostic Imaging Centres so if further investigation is required we can arrange fast-track access to all you will need.

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Opening Hours

Monday           8am-9pm

Tuesday           8am-9pm

Wednesday    8am-9pm

Thursday         8am-9pm

Friday               8am-6pm

Saturday         8am-12pm

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020 8907 7666

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