Physiotherapy for Raynes Park SW19 and SW20

Our Raynes Park Physiotherapists

Our clinic in Wimbledon Village is located right in the centre of Wimbledon Village in the Borough of Merton. We have a clinic in Earlsfield as well. Coming from Raynes Park , we’re about 5 minutes by car or a 10 minutes walk from Wimbledon train station.
Our Raynes Park physios are specialists in sports injuries, aches and pains as well as muscle or ligament tears. We use science to help us get the best result for you So if you are in the Wimbledon area and you have shoulder, back and neck pain, whiplash, knee pain, plantar fasciitis, hamstring pain, headaches, dizziness, ankle or foot pain or hip pain, just give us a call.

Our facilities near Raynes Park SW19 and SW20

We have a rehabilitation gym as well as gym equipment for personal training. We also host a reformer and a beautiful yoga and Pilates studio for classes. We have all the mats and gym balls you could wish for so we’re well stocked! We also have treatment cubicles for hands on physiotherapy and massage treatments.

What to expect at the initial consultation near Raynes Park SW19 London (SW20)

Your Raynes Park physiotherapist will ask you some questions about your health and about your pain or injury. They may ask you how the pain changes with time or certain positions to give them an idea of the diagnosis. They will then respectfully assess you. It depends on how much you hurt will determine how many Orthopaedic tests they use to diagnose you. The reason that we are different is that we treat at the same time – how you respond to physiotherapy treatment techniques tells us what’s going on. You will then be given a diagnosis and home work to do. If we don’t know, we’ll say so.

Treatment near Raynes Park : Physio SW19 and SW20

The conditions we see are:
Neck pain
Back pain
Frozen Shoulder
Shoulder Impingement
Sub acromial Bursistis
Elbow pain
Tennis Elbow
Wrist Pain
TFCC pain
Hand pain
Referred pain from the neck and back
Hip pain
Hip and knee OA
Post operative rehabilitation
Sports Injuries
Patellofemoral Knee pain
Anterior knee pain
Tendo Achilles Pain and rupture
Foot pain
Plantar fascitis
Marathon injuries and running issues

And the list goes on!

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