Exercise Therapy at The London Clinic

Exercise therapy is used for rehabilitation after injury, prevention from further injury and for the management of pain.

Extensive research into exercise therapy supports the use of therapeutically prescribed exercise programmes for conditions such as:

  • back pain
  • arthritis
  • diabetes
  • osteoporosis
  • heart disease.

Exercise therapy can be used effectively for:

  • Maximising physical abilities
  • Optimising muscular function and core stability
  • Improving cardiovascular and physical fitness
  • Improving balance
  • Preventing injury/re-occurring injury range of movement
  • Improving general health and well-being
  • Boosting endorphins (happy hormones) for stress relief
  • Improving confidence and body image

What happens in exercise therapy

Therapeutic exercise programmes take place under the supervision of experienced physiotherapists.

Your sessions may include mat work and/or resisted activity with springs and weights.

The typical equipment we use are such items as:

  • treadmill
  • cross-trainer
  • specialised static bicycles.