In-clinic & virtual appointments available. Very competitive prices.
New patients will be required to complete a registration form prior to the consultation which will ask questions related to current symptoms, medical history, Covid-19, etc. Providing this information prior to the consultation will help the practitioner prepare beforehand and allow more time on the assessment and treatment.
If you have had any x-rays or MRIs and you have reports, please send us copies at email@example.com.
History: Your Physiotherapist or Osteopath will have reviewed the registration form you completed prior to your appointment and will ask further questions about your symptoms, past history, lifestyle and clinically specific questions. Using the information you provide during this stage, your practitioner will be able to note what areas they will need to check during your assessment to establish a working diagnosis.
Assessment: A variety of exams and tests will be used to examine your range of motion and functional movements, evaluate strength and stability and see if you have muscle imbalances or compensatory movement patterns and so on. Questions will be asked during the tests and using their skills and expertise. Your practitioner will then discuss your diagnosis, prognosis, plan of care, and/or short and long term goals with you.
Treatment: This may involve your practitioner demonstrating rehab exercises and self-management techniques.
If required a rehab program will be emailed to you within 24 hours of your appointment which will include a detailed description of the exercises demonstrated during the consultation.
If during the consultation your practitioner was concerned that your symptoms are due to something other than a musculoskeletal injury, they will recommend a GP referral and email a referral letter to you within 24 hours of your appointment.
If you had a virtual appointment and your practitioner felt you needed to attend an in-person appointment next, our team will contact you to arrange a follow up appointment at the clinic.
Similar to the above breakdown with the addition of physical, hands-on assessments and treatments such as soft tissue massage/techniques.
Although we are based in London, we work with patients from all over the world, terminating pain one patient at a time.
We are based on London Wall, City of London, moments away from a few of the main underground stations. Our closest tube stations are: Moorgate, Liverpool Street and Bank stations.CONTACT
Opening Hours: Mon: 7am – 1pm | Tues: 1pm - 8pm | Wed: Closed | Thurs: Closed | Fri: Closed | Sat & Sun: Closed
Emergency appointments may be available outside our opening hours.