Mortlake, London SW14
Mortlake is the area immediately to the west of Barnes, on the south side of the River Thames between Barnes and Kew, with East Sheen to the south. Mortlake was part of Surrey until 1965 and it appeared in Domesday Book of 1086 as Mortelage. Mortelage is thought to mean a small stream containing young salmon, referring to a fishery on a former tributary of the River Thames which is now gone.
The Physio on the River physiotherapy clinic and exercise studio has a lot of patients from the Mortlake area as it is very close and the transport links and parking are good.
It is only a short walk from Mortlake to Physio on the River by Barnes Bridge, or there are regular buses. If you need to drive, there is free on-street parking close to the clinic (more information on Barnes buses and parking here).