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Wimbledon Physiotherapy and SIC

Physiotherapy

 

  • Fee assured
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  • Accepting new patients
  • Available for:
    • Phone consultations
    • Video consultations

Last updated: 16 Apr 2020

Specialises in

  • Acupuncture (MSK)
  • Back pain (MSK)
  • Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT) MSK
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Sports injuries (MSK)

About us

We are one of the few recognised quality assured clinics. A quality assured clinic (QAC) is a private physiotherapy practice that is achieving quality standards across the whole clinic. Quality assured clinics are offered the kite mark based on reported patient outcomes - i.e. the results we achieve for our clients.

As a clinic we have a shared goal - keep you doing what you love. No matter how small or big your goal may be, we will do our best to get you back to doing the things that you enjoy the most.

We have an excellent line of communication with consultants to give our patients a fully holistic approach to their care. If we are unable to get the results we expect after a few sessions we will (with your permission) discuss your case with your GP or an appropriate consultant and help organise further investigations.

We have our own clinical pathways for specific injuries/post operative conditions to ensure that no matter which physiotherapist you book in with, your treatment will always be research based and of the highest quality. Treatment will normally consist of manual therapy and exercises specifically targeted to your condition and your daily routine to make sure your exercise programme is easy to achieve.

If our patients are struggling with pain or weight bearing post injury, surgery or fracture, we have a partnership with AquaPhysio - a hydrotherapy centre located just a few miles away. Here you can have your physiotherapy in a reduced weight-bearing/pain-free environment which helps get you moving quicker and maintain your strength whilst injured. With many of our therapists working across both sites this means we can offer continuity of care for both areas of your rehabilitation.

We also have new and emerging equipment and can offer additional treatments such as extracorporeal shockwave therapy and neuromuscular electrical stimulation. We can also refer you to some of our in-house classes such as pilates, or our workshops.

All of our physiotherapists are HCPC and CSP registered and embark on CPD (continuing professional development) training each year, so as healthcare evolves, we evolve with it.

Areas of interest

Physiotherapy; Hydrotherapy; Musculoskeletal physiotherapy; Post-operative; Sports injuries and prevention; Overuse injuries; Headaches; Arthritis; Tendinopathies; Neck pain; whiplash; acture wry neck; discogenic pain; radiculopathy; Shoulder pain; Shoulder impingement; Shoulder instability rehabilitation; frozen shoulder; Shoulder surgery rehabilitation; Elbow pain; Tennis/Golfers Elbow; Wrist and hand: repetitive strain injuries; De Quervain's; Lower back pain: sciatica; slipped disc; facet joint; Spondylolysthesis; Spondylisis; Chronic back pain; Hip pain; FAI (impingement); groin pain; Osteoarthritis; Labral tears; Dysplasia, GTPS (gluteal tendinopathy); Knee pain; Osteoarthritis; ACL; MCL; meniscus rehabilitation; Patellofermoral pain syndrome (anterior knee pain); Calf pain; Achillies tendonopathy; Achilles rupture; Ankle and foot pain; Ankle sprains; Ankle instability; Ligament tears; Plantar fasciiopathy; Adolescents; Perthes; Osgood Schlatters

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Procedures completed

  • AA361

    Follow on musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (>50)

  • AA360

    Initial musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (>50)

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