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Acupuncture involves the insertion of very thin needles at specific points on the body for therapeutic purposes.
Asthma sufferers may benefit from our Butekyo Breathing treatment. Butekyo Breathing aims to reduce symptoms, including shortness of breath, coughing and asthma attacks.
Clinical Pilates is a series of comprehensive exercises addressing deep stability muscles within the body, helping to improve posture, strength, flexibility, toning, balance and control.
The London Clinic’s experienced team of Complementary Therapists provide a full range of holistic services to help you relax and improve your quality of life.
The term ‘electro-physical agents’ is given to a wide range of electrical and physical therapeutic modalities regularly used by physiotherapists.
Exercise therapy is used for rehabilitation after injury, prevention from further injury and for the management of pain.
If you are at risk of falling or have a history of falls, physiotherapy can provide exercise and education to prevent falls, improve balance, increase confidence, reduce fear of falling and promote an active lifestyle.
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.
Mobilisations and manipulations are common techniques used by physiotherapists to treat painful and restricted joints.
Lymphedema is a chronic condition in which the lymphatic system does not work properly. It can lead to oedema (swelling) in the peripheries (arms and legs).

Our specialist cancer physiotherapists have the necessary skill set and knowledge to help those with the physical effects of cancer or side effects of cancer treatment.
Some patients with chronic pain can benefit from exercise. Physiotherapy contributes towards the non-pharmacological approach to pain management.
ESWT is a non invasive, non surgical, drug free procedure for the treatment of chronic (long term) tendon pain. A shockwave is an acoustic energy wave. It is created outside of the body (extracorporeal) by compressed air, which the physiotherapist then directs onto the effected tissue via a hand held device.
Physiotherapy for the management of sports related injuries aims to treat these injuries and rehabilitate to help prevent re-occurrence.
Trigger finger is a condition where your finger jams or gets stiff. If treatment with steroid injections has failed, surgery should allow your finger to move freely. An all-inclusive package for this operation is available at £3,145.
Our Hand Therapists have a high level of specialisation thanks to advanced post-graduate education and extensive clinical experience. Any disease, deformity or injury that affects the hand can be cared for, treated and returned to an optimal level of recovery through expert handling and guidance through a number of different skills
Vestibular rehabilitation is a form of physiotherapy for people with vestibular system (inner ear) dysfunction. This treatment is provided by our expert physiotherapists.

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