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Physiotherapists in

London.Hatfield.Cambridge.Luton. Harley Street.

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Physiotherapists in

London.Hatfield.Cambridge.Luton. Harley Street.

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Experienced Physiotherapists

Fast, Effective, Hands on and Exercise Specialists

Experienced Physiotherapists

Fast, Effective, Hands on and Exercise Specialists

PHYSIOTHERAPY

What Problems Or Injuries Can Our Physiotherapists Help You With?

What Problems
Or Injuries Can Our
Physiotherapists
Help You With?

Some of the more common injuries that we treat include:

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

If you don’t see your problem here, don’t worry. We treat many more conditions than we have room to list here! Just ask.

PHYSIOTHERAPY

What’s the role of a physiotherapist?

Physiotherapists assess and treat common musculoskeletal injuries. They work alongside GP’s, surgeons, osteopaths, podiatrists and sports massage therapists, with the goal of helping you to be better!

Our physios use a wide variety of techniques, from exercise through to manual therapy. Where other physios may offer only exercises, we offer a hands-on approach that facilitates our clients’ return to health.

And, we’re not just here to treat your injury. We educate you on maintenance and prevention techniques to avoid recurrence and help you maintain an injury-free life.

What To Expect From Your First Appointment

Your physio will greet you and begin by asking what brings you to the clinic. They will then run through a detailed history to understand your symptoms. Your physio will then carry out an examination to identify clinical signs that help pinpoint the cause of the problem. Before any treatment starts, they will explain, in terms you can understand, the cause of the problem and how best to treat it. We make sure there is sufficient time in your first session to ensure that the physio gets to the root cause of your issues.

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PHYSIOTHERAPY

What Should I Wear For My Appointment?

Ideally, wear or bring comfortable loose clothing such as sportswear (a pair of shorts and a vest or sports bra are suitable). We want you to feel at ease – this is a priority. If you would like to bring someone along to your appointment, such as a chaperone, and that is fine.

Do I Need A GP Referral For Physiotherapy?

Not necessarily. Most of our clients choose to self-fund their sessions because they are so happy with our service. 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?

With the NHS, you may have to wait some time, delaying treatment. We aim to provide you a same-day appointment. Early treatment is advisable to avoid having a problem escalate, and can mean a quicker recovery, with less time off work and faster return to full function. Sometimes we can get you in within just a few hours.

We are available for you.

To learn more about our Physiotherapy
and how we can help you

CONTACT US TODAY

We are available
for you.

To learn more about our Physiotherapy and how we can help you

CONTACT US TODAY
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