Treatments we provide

The London Clinic’s physiotherapy team is widely experienced and all members are professionally qualified.

The team offers a range of treatments to patients that have experienced many different medical conditions. 

These include musculoskeletal, neurological, oncological, respiratory and women’s health-related conditions.

The team is also skilled in alleviating chronic pain conditions and treating sports-related injuries.

Treatments we offer to both inpatients and outpatients

Acupuncture involves stimulating points on the body using a range of techniques including the best known, penetrating the skin with needles that are then manipulated manually or by electrical stimulation. Acupuncture is one of the oldest healing practices in the world and is a key part of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Aquatic therapy, also known as hydrotherapy, involves the use of water for treatment and paint relief. Water temperature and pressure are used to stimulate blood circulation and treat certain symptoms. The London Clinic patients use one of the UK’s best hydrotherapy pools. 

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Electrotherapy involves the use of electrical energy or electrical currents to treat a range of conditions.

Isokinetic assessment and treatment involves exercising using apparatus that provides variable resistance to a movement, thereby allowing the effort of the patient to be monitored.

We evaluate, diagnose and treat injuries incurred by professional, amateur and recreational athletes who take part in every type of sport.

Massage therapy involves manually manipulating layers of muscle and connective tissue to enhance function, aid in the healing process and promote relaxation.

Our team of experienced physiotherapists are trained in a number of joint and soft-tissue manipulation and mobilisation techniques. These are used to reduce pain, increase range and ease of movement and optimise function as part of your physiotherapy treatment programme.

Pilates is a body conditioning routine that aims to help build flexibility, muscle strength and endurance. The system allows for different exercises to be modified in their range of difficulty and intensity can be increased over time.

Deconditioning can start to occur after as little as two days of being in bed. Some symptoms following prolonged bed rest, post-surgery or due to other medical causes include: muscle wastage, endurance and flexibility, fatigue and reduced exercise tolerance, decreased circulation causing DVT, pneumonia and infection.

Physiotherapeutic intervention at The London Clinic aims to assess each patient early and structure a daily rehabilitation programme according to each individual’s needs. Functional goals are agreed between the patient and the therapist on day one in order to improve mobility, strength, exercise tolerance and independence.

We use the most up-to-date technology, the SpinalMouse, because every back is different. The SpinalMouse is a computer-aided assessment tool used to determine the spinal shape and the mobility of each individual spinal segment.

Video-assisted gait analysis allows us to study how a patient moves and is used to assess and treat patients with conditions that affect their ability to walk. It is also used to help athletes to run more efficiently.