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Physiotherapy

Helping you lead an active life

Our physiotherapists use a variety of techniques to help you recover and rehabilitate after illness, surgery and injuries

Overview

Physiotherapy can play a vital role in your rehabilitation if you've had an accident, sustained an injury or your mobility has been affected by illness or a medical procedure. By helping you rebuild strength, restore your mobility, flexibility and function, it can support you back to full fitness or a more active life. Our physiotherapists specialise in different types of physio including musculoskeletal, women’s health, maternity, post-operative, cardiorespiratory, oncology, vestibular rehabilitation, neurological rehabilitation and hand therapy. We have the latest gym and rehabilitation equipment at a number of our facilities, including hydrotherapy at The Wellington Hospital, and our partnership with the Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health (ISEH) gives you access to a standard of sports physio previously only available to elite athletes. We also offer clinical Pilates and hold running assessment clinics.

Expertise

Our physiotherapists practice all branches of physiotherapy. They work closely with your medical team to help give you the most appropriate treatment.

  • Physio for outpatients

    Need to know

    Our physiotherapists treat a wide range of conditions across many specialist areas - from sports injuries and back pain, to rehab after breast cancer surgery and serious accidents. They use the latest techniques and equipment to help you make the best recovery, improve your performance and reduce your...

  • Physio after gynaecological surgery

    Need to know

    Even though gynaecological surgery affects you internally rather than externally, physiotherapy can help speed up your recovery and reduce the chance of long-term side effects. Depending on the type of surgery you've had, you'll be assessed by one of our physiotherapists. If they think you could benefit...

  • Physio after a hip replacement

    Need to know

    If you've had hip replacement surgery with us, our physiotherapy team will work with you to create a personalised rehabilitation plan, which includes physio exercises. Initially this involves some gentle stretching and breathing exercises while you're being cared for in hospital. These exercises will...

  • Physio after a knee replacement

    Need to know

    If you've had knee replacement surgery with us, our physiotherapy team will work with you to create a personalised rehabilitation plan, which includes physio exercises. Initially this will involve some gentle stretching and breathing exercises which we recommend you complete while you're being cared...

  • Physio for lymphoedema

    Need to know

    If you develop lymphoedema after having cancer treatment, a type of physio called manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) can help relieve the symptoms. Your physiotherapist uses light, rhythmic massage techniques to move excess fluid (lymph) towards healthy lymphnodes. These lymphnodes then drain the fluid...

  • Physio after ACL surgery

    Need to know

    When you have ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) surgery,  physiotherapy plays a vital part in your rehabilitation. It helps you strengthen and tone your muscles and minimise muscle wastage. It also helps your knee joint regain its range of movement, as well as keeping you mobile and active. If you...

Our facilities

We offer inpatient and outpatient physiotherapy at most of our facilities in London, Manchester and the South East.

Request an appointment

We're happy to help you make an appointment with one of our experienced consultants.

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