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Physiotherapists in Teddington

Physiotherapists at the Waldegrave Clinic in Teddington have a highly regarded reputation for treating muscular skeletal pain problems, and for their interest in physiotherapy for sports injuries.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy aims to help soft tissue injuries, joint and muscular problems that are restricting movement and causing you discomfort.

Treatment focuses on the long term recovery, improving strength, helping to restore movement and function to as near normal as possible when you have been affected by injury, illness or recovering post surgery.

What conditions will a Physiotherapist treat?

  • Back or neck pain
  • Sciatica
  • Arthritis
  • Swelling in joints
  • RSI
  • Sports injuries
  • Running injuries
  • Cartilage, ligaments and tendon damage

When will you need a Physiotherapist?

If your pain problem feels muscular or joint related then a consultation with a physiotherapist is recommended. If you are recovering from a fracture or from orthopaedic surgery, physiotherapy can help your recovery process.

Physiotherapy is suitable for all ages from young children to the elderly

What is Physiotherapy treatment like?

Physiotherapists use a range of manipulation and massage techniques, electrical therapies and exercise to heal and restore movement. Treatment is administered over a period of time to help you to move better and more freely with less pain.

Improvement is generally expected within the first 3-4 treatments.

What will happen at your first appointment?

Your whole body will be assessed, not just the isolated injury to determine what is needed to return your body back to a certain level of function.

Examination of your posture and movement, and an assessment of your needs and lifestyle also help form a full understanding for you to regain full health and avoid future recurrences.

What qualifications will your Physiotherapist have?

All our physiotherapists are Chartered and registered with the Health Professions Council. Each has additional specialist knowledge in the fields of acupuncture and sport and exercise rehabilitation.

Our physiotherapists work closely with GPs and Consultants, and are recognized by all the major private health insurance companies including BUPA and AXA PPP.

To book an appointment please call 020 8943 2424

Physiotherapy is covered by most health insurance schemes. Some patients will require GP referral.

Jacky has been just brilliant with a variety of muscular problems I have had over recent years. She mixes real expertise and professionalism with an easy and relaxed manner. Dougie A
Superb and well thought out physiotherapy. One years breathing difficulty with failed medical and other interventions sorted in four sessions. Highly recommended.
Tony D
Had a knee problem which with exercises and advice from Brendon was sorted out. I was treated very professionally and with humour.
Sandra R
I have had physiotherapy at the Waldegrave Clinic and been very happy with the service and with the physiotherapist, Jackie Balfour. Highly recommended.
Eileen M
Knee problem fully explained and solved. Brendan was great. Very happy with outcome
Timothy H
To book an appointment please call 020 8943 2424

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