Physical therapist – getting you back to full health fast
A physiotherapist can help you with injury, movement problems or aches and pains. We are a highly experienced team of Physiotherapists and sports injury specialists based in Barnes, London and we help our clients recover and become pain-free fast.
– Do you have an injury that is causing you pain or restricting your activity?
– Are you suffering from long-standing back or neck pain?
– Have you had surgery and need to get back to full function fast
– Are you recovering from the birth of a child?
Give us a call and let’s have a chat about how a physiotherapist would be able to help you.
* Highly reviewed physical therapy services with top ratings in Google and Facebook Reviews for local physiotherapists from our Barnes area patients
* Our physios are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are Registered Physiotherapists with the Health and Care Professions Council with top level qualifications and experience
* We have male and female physiotherapists if you have a preference (see our staff page for more information on qualifications and registration)
* Whether you need to see a physiotherapist for emergency treatment or to book an assessment, just call us on 020 8876 5690 and we will look after you the best we can
What does a physiotherapist do?
Physiotherapy is a science-based profession and takes a ‘whole person’ approach to health and well-being, which includes the patient’s general lifestyle. A physiotherapist puts at the core of what they do, the patient’s involvement in their own care, through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment.
A physiotherapist can help you at any time in your life and can help with, for example, back pain or sudden injury, recovery from childbirth or preparation for a sporting event you are participating in or recovery afterwards. They look at the body as a whole, rather than focusing on the individual factors of an injury and can give general advice about ways to improve your well-being, for example, looking at the way you exercise and maintain a healthy weight for your height and build.
A physiotherapist can also give you specific advice that you can apply to everyday activities to look after yourself and reduce your risk of pain or injury. For example, if you have back pain, they may give you advice about good posture, correct lifting or carrying techniques and avoiding awkward twisting, over-stretching or standing still for extended periods.