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Let’s cut to the chase: you’re here because you’ve got a problem and you need an experienced physiotherapist to get it sorted as quickly and effectively as possible and with the minimum fuss.
You might be in constant pain, you might be recovering from or you might just have restricted movement that’s developed over time and is stopping you from getting on and doing the things you want to do.
Book a consultation at our London physio clinic and we’ll give you a glimpse of a pain-free future.
You’re probably thinking, the clinic is called West 1 Physiotherapy. So why would i want to see an Osteopath? Osteopathy tend to focus more on spinal issues such neck and back pain - but we are trained to see all joints. Both physio and osteopathy are effective, but the goal is simply the same - to get you better.
Before starting treatment, we complete a full assessment and accurate diagnosis to understand all the details of your injury
Based on your diagnosis we design a treatment plan customised to your unique injury, rapidly speeding up your recovery time.
We carry out a bespoke treatment based on your treatment plan . This can include manual therapy, exercises and more.
It is a common misconception that sports massage is a treatment exclusively intended for professional athletes or very active sportspersons with a whole host of injuries. The name “sports massage” probably doesn’t help matters but what often surprises people is that there are a number of different forms of sports massage which are designed to tend to different pain points and can, in fact, help just about anybody.
Everybody has a naturally dominant side but when the muscles on one side of a joint become too tight from overuse, or too weak from underuse, a muscle imbalance occurs. This might sound as simple as having a deltoid or a bicep that’s a bit bigger than the other, but muscle imbalance often leads to excess strain being put through the weaker side, causing injuries, pain, limited mobility and, in some cases, an unbalanced physical appearance.
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For your first session on Harley Street, the cost will be £115. Here you will get a firm diagnosis of your injury. You’ll understand a guide time frame for your recovery and we will provide you with a treatment plan of what each session will entail. Within that session you’ll receive your first treatment, so you’ll leave feeling better. Your follow up session is £82 and we get stuck into treatment straight away.
Your first session is 45mins and your follow up is 30mins. We do also offer 60min sessions in the Harley Street clinic, should you need.
Getting results from physio all depends on the extent of your injury and severity of your symptoms. Your recovery has many variables, we try to highlight these and address them head on. You will be given a prognosis after your first session, so at all times you will be aware of a time frame of recovery.
It isn’t always obvious that you need physiotherapy. Especially if you haven’t seen a physio before. So how do you know you need it? Did Google tell me? Did my friend mention I should go? Or did your GP refer you?
Our clinic is based at 22 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PL. Getting here is easy, our nearest tube stations: Regent’s Park, Great Portland Street, Bond Street and Oxford Circus. Nearest Mainline Stations: Marylebone & Euston.
On your first session of physical therapy you meet your physiotherapist who will ask you a few questions, their aim is to understand what has potentially caused your injury. These questions will guide the next part of the assessment where we assess the injured part of the body and provide you with a diagnosis. The first session will end with treatment, so you leave feeling better and fully understand the treatment plan.