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Perfect Balance Clinics host a range of professional physiotherapists in London and surrounding areas. Our team have up to 17 years experience and all are registered members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

Our London physio team are all hand-picked in order to provide consistently exceptional and taylor made service for clients. They are employed full-time which we believe creates a professional model that promotes consistency and efficient work at all times. The goal is to identify your problem, treat it, and educate you on how to avoid re-accurance. All of this means that we can help you return to normality as quickly as possible.

In a recent survey, 97% of our clients said that they felt an improvement after just their 1st session with us!

What’s the role of a physiotherapist?

The role of a physiotherapist is to assess and treat common musculoskeletal injuries. They work along side other professionals such as GP’s, Surgeons, Osteopaths, Podiatrists and Sports Massage therapists to ensure a complete solution – helping you to be better!

Our Physios use a wide variety of techniques – from exercise through to manual therapy. Where many other physios may not actually offer any form of manual therapy, our team offer a hands on approach that we believe very much improves our service to clients.

Of course – we’re not just here to treat your injury, we will help to educate you on any maintenance and prevention techniques to help prevent the re-acurrance of your injury and help you return to your normal life.

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What problems / injuries can a physiotherapist help with?

There are many different types of injuries that people can pick up during every day life and certain body parts tend to be more prone to damage than others. It is advisable to address these issues quickly rather than leaving them to escalate and potentially cause secondary problems. Some of the more common injuries that we treat include:

  • Ankle sprain
  • Repetitive strain injuries (RSI)
  • Whiplash
  • Achilles tendinitis
  • Back pain
  • Groin strain
  • Hamstring strain
  • Knee joint injury
  • Runner’s knee
  • Shin splints
  • Shoulder injury
  • Tennis / Golf elbow

If you have any of the conditions above then our specialist physiotherapists can certainly help you.  Don’t worry if you don’t see your specific problem here, we simply can’t list every condition that we can help with.

What to expect from your 1st appointment

During your first session, your physio will greet you and begin by asking what brings you to the clinic. They will then run through a detailed case history to help them start to understand your symptoms and potential causes of your problem. Your physio will then carry out an examination to make sure that your symptoms match with any clinical signs that they can use to isolate the cause of the problem.

Before any treatment starts, we will explain in terms you can understand what the cause of the problem is and how best to treat it. We make sure that sufficient time is spent on your 1st session to ensure that we get to the route cause of your issues.

What should I wear for my appointment?

Ideally you should come with suitable clothing/underwear so that an accurate diagnosis of the problem can be made. Usually sports wear such as a pair of shorts and a vest or sports bra are suitable.

We want you to feel comfortable, this is a priority. We are very friendly but we understand that you may like to bring someone along to your appointment such as a chaperone and that is fine.

Do I need a GP referral for physiotherapy?

You do not necessarily need a referral from your GP in order to see one of our physiotherapists. 88% of our clients are so happy with our service that they self fund their sessions.

We can often see you on the day of your injury and make sure you receive the correct treatment promptly and save you having to wait for a referral. If you would like to claim on your health insurance we can arrange this in most cases.

Waiting for a NHS physiotherapy Appointment?

It is always advisable to seek treatment as soon as possible. Early treatment can mean a quick recovery with less time off work. If you are thinking of waiting on the NHS for a physiotherapist appointment, then you could be waiting for a while.

It is important with all injuries to have a thorough assessment and begin treatment as soon as possible, this means that your recovery will be much quicker and you will be able to get back to normal life quickly! We aim to provide you an appointment with one of our Physiotherapy team on the same day, and in some cases within just a few hours.

Book an appointment with a physiotherapist

Our physiotherapists are based in clinics in london and surrounding areas. We have clinics in London, Hertfordshire and  Bedfordshire.

If you would like to book an appointment or speak to someone about how we may be able to help you, please call us on 0800 0724 012 or our central landline number 01707 229871.

Alternatively please tell us a little about your circumstances using the contact form and we will ensure that the right person contacts you to discuss how we can help.

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