Massage Therapists Tottenham Court Road

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WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.2 Outstanding
from 1 user
Capital Physio  St. Pancras - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

Capital Physio St. Pancras

97 Judd Street, Kings Cross, London, WC1H 9JG
Capital Physio is a group of professional clinics providing physiotherapy and related services across London and surrounding areas.Our core service is physiotherapy but we believe that a team approach and good communication gets faster results. We offer a variety services to support recovery, including massage therapy, running coaching and podiatry. We also work closely with local consultants and GPs. All our therapists are trained to the highest standards and we ensure that they stay up to date with their professional development and provide treatment in line with the latest research.
Massage £38 - £35
Sports Therapy from £45
Pilates 1-2-1 from £50
2 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.9 Excellent
from 1 user
Pain Care Clinic - Harley St - Massage Clinic in the UK

Pain Care Clinic - Harley St

10 Harley Street, London, W1G 9PF
Effective treatment of chronic pain through clinical massage. We specialise in gentle and effective treatments to relieve pain and discomfort from physical injuries and chronic pain conditions. We regularly treat the following, as well as a range of other similar acute pain injuries or chronic pain conditions : •RSI •Frozen shoulder •Fibromyalgia •Neck and back pain •Tennis & golfers’ elbow •Scar tissue release •Myofascial pain •Headaches & migraines The Pain Care Clinic offers a unique combination of non-invasive myofascial release, trigger point therapy, and other massage techniques to create tailored pain treatment programmes for individual private clients. We also offer information, ongoing support, and comprehensive aftercare advice to help clients maintain their progress and take back control of their lives.
Massage £110 - £90
We specialise in myofascial release and advanced massage therapy for private clients with medical diagnoses of chronic pain conditions and acute pain or injuries. Clients consult us following diagnosis of a range of chronic pain conditions and acute pain or injuries including fibromyalgia, frozen shoulder, golfers elbow, headaches & migraines, myofascial pain, neck & back pain, RSI, scar tissue,  tennis elbow and TMJ & jaw pain. The Pain Care Clinic offers a unique combination of non-invasive advanced clinical massage therapy and bodywork techniques including myofascial release, trigger point therapy, sports massage and other massage techniques to create tailored programmes for individual private clients.
Deep Tissue Massage  
Sports Massage  
5 more treatments
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Balance Sports MassageCovent Garden - Massage Clinic in the UK

Balance Sports MassageCovent Garden

Neal's Yard Therapy Rooms, 2 Neal's Yard, London, WC2H 9DP
Balance Sports Massage Kingston is located within the Kingston Natural Health Centre in Kingston Upon Thames and Balance Sports Massage Wimbledon at Neal's Yard Remedies in Wimbledon Village.   About usI am a Level 5 Sport and Remedial Massage Therapist. This involves the use of massage therapy, stretching, neuromuscular and myofascial techniques to address muscular-skeletal and joint pain as well as problems with posture and movement. Massage therapy is generally well known for stress relief and relaxation. While I do provide these services, remedial therapy goes beyond that. People generally ask what the treatment entails. There is no straightforward answer. I treat clients based on results of postural and movement tests, current presenting symptoms and of course one's own subjective assessment, ie. what the client feels. A treatment will then use a combination of the above named techniques to get the best results in the long term by addressing presenting symptoms as well as their underlying causes. I also give aftercare advice to rebalance muscle function. I find this increases a client's awareness of their own body and enables them to participate in their rehabilitation. Sports injury treatmentsports massageremedial massagedeep tissue massageholistic massageback pain treatmentbiomechanical assessmentsgait analysisinjury rehabilitationjoint pain treatmentmassage  tension headache treatmentmuscle pain treatmentpain relief therapyrepetitive strain injur
Massage from £40
Normally at the first session with a client, this includes a questionnaire geared towards understanding a clients medical and soft tissue history, lifestyle and work habits, postural and biomechanical analysis, including range of motion tests and palpation (which is an initial assessment by touch of clients soft tissue behaviour). All the information gathered from the questionnaire and tests will go towards understanding a clients problem, what may be causing it and how best to address it. From this, a treatment plan is drawn. While this plan aims to be as thorough as possible, it is not set in stone and changes may be made as the treatment progresses to address subsequent findings and accommodate clients lifestyle activity and response to treatment. This process is the reason why a clients first session will normally last an hour and a half including an initial treatment. It could be more if the client has a long injury history.
Deep Tissue Massage from £45
Massage using various techniques able to reach the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue to further enhance relaxation or address injury where necessary.
Foot Massage from £45
Massage of the plantar fascia (the hard skin under the feet) as well as stretching and releasing tension in the area relieves tightness around the achilles tendon and calf muscles. It also helps blood flow to the toes and aids in pain relieve whether as a result of injury or just a very long day.
5 more treatments
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Ten Health and Fitness - Mayfair - Cheyne Voss

Ten Health and Fitness - Mayfair

25 Hanover Square, London, W1S 1JF
All forms of painful musculoskeletal conditions are treated by trained and experienced osteopaths at these two clinics located at Exmoor Street and Barley Mow Centre in London. Referrals are accepted from local GP practices and hospitals by the team at the clinic. Patients of all ages are treated at the clinic. A detailed initial assessment is conducted and a treatment plan formulated. The team also provides exercise prescriptions and lifestyle advice to supplement osteopathic treatments. Conditions treated include joint and muscle pains and stiffness, repetitive strain injuries, chronic health conditionsand biochemical and muscle imbalance.
Massage  
Sports Massage
Sports Massage £45 - £65
Sports Massage from £57
6 more treatments
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Wigmore clinic - Massage Clinic in the UK

Wigmore clinic

22a wigmore street, London, W1U 2RG
For more information about Wigmore clinic in Bond Street please contact the clinic.
Massage
Tradional Balinese Massage from £60
This traditional indo massage takes advantage of cosmopolitan influences of the strategic localization of Bali island. Connected with India and its ayurvedic technics, Bali has developed original treatments, which have been inspired from all the quintessence of Asia: « my body gets the power of auto healing process! ».
Pijat Kepala from £50
This traditional Indo massage follows energetic pathways of the scalp, face and also hears, and one part of the back and arms with a precise order. It allows to establish a balance sheet to define the appropriate treatment: « I’m the master of my thoughts! ».
Californian Massage £50 - £40
Californian massage it’s a global approach, which relax the body and allows the psychocorporal consciousness to be awakened:« I do a journey inside of myself!
3 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.1 Excellent
from 1 user
TheraSmart Covent Garden - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

TheraSmart Covent Garden

1 Neal Street, London, WC2H 9QL
For more information about TheraSmart Covent Garden in Covent Garden please contact the clinic.
Massage Therapy  
Sports Massage  
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Evergreen London Reflexology - Massage Clinic in the UK

Evergreen London Reflexology

The Hale Clinic, 7 Park Crescent, London, W1B1PF
For more information about Evergreen London Reflexology in Great Portland Street please contact the clinic.
Massage up to £85
Reflexology  
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
9.3 Outstanding
from 2 users
Charterhouse Physiotherapy - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

Charterhouse Physiotherapy

31, Queen Anne Street, London
This physiotherapy practice has two clinics in London. The West End clinic is located on Queen Anne Street and the city clinic is located Cloth Fair. Conditions treated at the clinic include back pain, neck pain, spondylosis and slipped disks, sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries, arthritis and rehabilitation for neurological and respiratory conditions. Physiotherapy, massages and acupuncture are used to treat conditions. Home visits and work visits for ergonomic assessment are also arranged by the clinic.
Massage  
Spinal Manipulation  
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury  
7 more treatments
1 other location in Tottenham Court Road for Charterhouse Physiotherapy
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.2 Very Good
from 2 users
YouGlo - Medical Aesthetics Clinic in the UK

YouGlo

1 Harley Street, London, W1G 9QD
For more information about YouGlo in Harley Street please contact the clinic.
Massage  
Full Body Massage  
Holistic Massage  
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.2 Very Good
from 5 users
West End Physiotherapy - Alex Long

West End Physiotherapy

191 Wardour Street, London, W1F 8ZE
Our specialities Sports/exercise injuries and training Biomechanical analysis of walking/running Back and neck problems Post surgical rehabilitation Ergonomic on-site evaluations Podiatry is also available. Costs Physiotherapy: £45.00 per half-hour Podiatry: £90.00 initial consultation
Massage
Massage from £60
Massage from £40
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
7.3 Very Good
from 7 users
Essentials Medi-Spa - Beauty Salon in the UK

Essentials Medi-Spa

169 Drury Lane, Convent Garden, London, WC2B 5QA
The best available, safe and effective products, technology and techniques are used at this London beauty clinic to achieve the best possible appearance enhancement results for patients. The clinic is located at Drury Lane in Covent Garden, London. Services offered include facials and massages, CACI nonsurgical face and body sculpting, Reiki, food intolerance testing, nonsurgical laser based treatments to reduce wrinkles, for acne, stretch marks and pigmentation, microdermabrasion, manicures and pedicures, hair removal by waxing and eye treatments.
Massage
Elemis Body Therapy Well-Being Massage from £60
Elemis Well-Being Back Massage from £35
Deep Tissue Massage
Elemis Deep Tissue Back Massage from £40
Minimum time, maximum tension-relieving results Specifically targeting the back, shoulders and neck areas where you need it most.
8 more treatments
WhatClinic ServiceScore™
8.6 Excellent
from 3 users
West London Chiropractic Clinic - Chiropractic Clinic in the UK

West London Chiropractic Clinic

126 Harley Stre3 Pleydell Avenue, Stamford Brook, Hammersmith, London, W6 0XX
Chiropractors specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions which are due to mechanical dysfunction of the joints, especially those of the spine, and their effects on the nervous system. Chiropractors use their hands to adjust the joints of your spine and other areas of the body where signs of restrictions in movement are found. This improves mobility and relieves pain. Poor, inadequate or incorrect function of the spine can cause irritation of the nerves that control your posture and movement. By adjusting joints, chiropractors stimulate the joint movement receptors affecting the way your nervous system works. On first meeting you, the chiropractor will take a detailed history of your health, your reasons for seeking a consultation and a full examination will then be undertaken. Sometimes treatment is immediate, at other times it may be necessary to seek further information from your GP or to arrange x-rays, blood or urine tests. Your individual needs and your role in the treatment plan will be discussed and considered with you at all times. Chiropractic care mainly involves treatment by manipulation to the joints of the spine or other areas of the body. Most often this involves a short impulse to the joint, resulting in an audible ‘crack’ as the joint is released, bringing relief of symptoms. The crack is simply the sound of bubbles of gas popping in the fluid of the joint as the pressure is released. This is known as an ‘adjustment.’ Generally, chiroprac
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Deep Tissue Massage  
Sports Massage  
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