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ServiceScore
Good
from 56 users
6.6
Support And Sustain Denmark Hill - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UKFeatured

Support And Sustain Denmark Hill

Physiotherapy Department, Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, SE5 8AZ
4.5 from 6 verified reviews
My doctor was very informative and I had one follow-up after the therapyRobert, UK, 12 03 18

I had a soft tissue therapy (STT) session here a long time ago. I think I chose them because of their favorable reviews. It was worth the money and I didn’t pay any additional charges. At the time of my appointment, the clinic was still kind of under construction, but things were pretty neat despite this. My doctor was very informative and I had one follow-up after the therapy. The physician who did the treatment was really good.

STT - Soft Tissue Therapy from £48
Physiotherapist Consultation from £48
Find out what's wrong quickly and efficiently so that you can get started on the road to recovery as soon as possible! We also ensure that your initial assessment includes the start of treatment.
Dry Needling from £48
23 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 132 users
6.8
Fairlee Wellbeing Centre - Miss Emma FinnFeatured

Fairlee Wellbeing Centre

0203 322 9884 ext: 64533 26 Queenstown Road, Clapham, London, SW8 3RX
4.4 from 11 verified reviews
Price was rightMaria, UK, 10 03 15

It was great. Even the price was right.

STT - Soft Tissue Therapy £40 - £55
Quote "WhatClinic" for 20% Off Your 1st Session At The Fairlee Wellbeing Centre Physiotherapists combine their knowledge, skills and approach to improve a broad range of physical problems associated with different ‘systems’ of the body. In particular they treat neuromuscular (brain and nervous system), musculoskeletal (soft tissues, joints and bones), cardiovascular and respiratory systems (heart and lungs and associated physiology). How can Physiotherapy help? Sports and soft tissue injuries: Sprains and bruising to the soft tissue e.g. muscles, ligaments, cartilage, nerve and tendon problems. Neck and back disorders: Includes prolapsed discs, joint degeneration, sciatica, lumbago, stiff/painful neck and referred leg and arm pains Headaches & Migraines: We look at the cause of your headache and treat them problems accordingly. Postural dysfunction: To correct postural problems and muscle imbalances. Joint problems: Including arthritis, rheumatic disorders, injuries, pain swelling and stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles can be alleviated with physiotherapy treatment. Repetitive strain and overuse injuries plus other work related conditions: We provide treatment with methods including ergonomic assessments and preventative advice. Fractures: Treatment of fractures can increase the healing rate and return to full function. Orthopaedic conditions: Rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery, e.g. knee cartilage operations, ligament repair, shoulder or back surgery. Pre and post natal conditions: Advice on exercise and relaxation and treatment for back pain and associated problems related to pregnancy.
Physiotherapist Consultation £40 - £55
Quote "WhatClinic" for 20% Off Your 1st Session At The Fairlee Wellbeing Centre Physiotherapists combine their knowledge, skills and approach to improve a broad range of physical problems associated with different ‘systems’ of the body. In particular they treat neuromuscular (brain and nervous system), musculoskeletal (soft tissues, joints and bones), cardiovascular and respiratory systems (heart and lungs and associated physiology). How can Physiotherapy help? Sports and soft tissue injuries: Sprains and bruising to the soft tissue e.g. muscles, ligaments, cartilage, nerve and tendon problems. Neck and back disorders: Includes prolapsed discs, joint degeneration, sciatica, lumbago, stiff/painful neck and referred leg and arm pains Headaches & Migraines: We look at the cause of your headache and treat them problems accordingly. Postural dysfunction: To correct postural problems and muscle imbalances. Joint problems: Including arthritis, rheumatic disorders, injuries, pain swelling and stiffness in joints such as shoulders, elbows, wrists, hips, knees and ankles can be alleviated with physiotherapy treatment. Repetitive strain and overuse injuries plus other work related conditions: We provide treatment with methods including ergonomic assessments and preventative advice. Fractures: Treatment of fractures can increase the healing rate and return to full function. Orthopaedic conditions: Rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery, e.g. knee cartilage operations, ligament repair, shoulder or back surgery. Pre and post natal conditions: Advice on exercise and relaxation and treatment for back pain and associated problems related to pregnancy.
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury £40 - £55
Quote "WhatClinic" for 20% Off Your 1st Session At The Fairlee Wellbeing Centre What is Osteopathy and Cranial Osteopathy? Osteopathy is a form of manual medicine which focuses on total body health by releasing tissue tension, thus restoring balance to the musculoskeletal framework. The Osteopath uses a combination of massage, stretching and joint manipulation techniques to relieve pain by relaxing muscles, improving circulation and calming nervous system function. Cranial Osteopathy is a refined and subtle type of osteopathic treatment that uses very gentle manipulative pressure to encourage the release of stresses throughout the body, including the head. It is can be helpful in treating a wide range of conditions in people of all ages, from birth to old age. What do Osteopaths Treat? Osteopaths treat the whole person, not just the condition. Common conditions that may be helped include:Back and Neck PainMuscle strains & Joint StiffnessDisc & Sciatica ProblemsPostural ProblemsRepetitive StrainHeadaches and MigrainesJaw Pain & Teeth GrindingMusculoskeletal Pain during and after pregnancyTreatments for Children and babiesSports InjuriesWhat happens on my first consultation? The 1st session will involve a detailed case history, both of the main problem, previous injuries and general health history, followed by a careful physical examination before arriving at a treatment plan. In more complex situations, further tests may be required to gain full understanding of the problem. How long does a treatment course last? This depends on the nature and complexity of the problem. Recent issues tend to resolve fairly quickly: 1 to 3 treatments. Longer term more chronic conditions will take longer.
12 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 173 users
6.6
Central Chiropractic Clinic - IDD spinal decompressionFeatured

Central Chiropractic Clinic

024 7610 0664 12 Park Road, Coventry, CV1 2LD
4.9 from 4 verified reviews
Delighted to see a gradual improvement in my situationGladys, UK, 14 10 15

For the past two years I have been struggling with chronic pain in my lower back. I have experienced nerve pain in my right groin radiating pain down my leg and into my foot. The pain has varied from day to day which I believe has delayed diagnosis. The pain has changed my life quite dramatically on a physical level. Unable to be comfortable when sitting I now stand at work almost 90% of the time. In desperation over the time I have tried various treatments in the hope I could get some reprieve. The NHS system has been unable to achieve any diagnosis to date for the pain. I have had two lots of steroid injections into my lower back. This has produced even more pain and very unpleasant side effects which I have found harder to cope with. I have over the time tried various treatments, physiotherapy, chiropractic, hydrotherapy, osteopathic, yoga, walking, not walking and the list goes on, prescribed medications several neurological drugs and antidepressant’s. In desperation 5 months ago I finally tried The Central Chiropractic Clinic, Park Road, Coventry. To my surprise discovering they have not only a holistic approach to treating the whole of the body, but also they have many new treatments and up to date approaches all on the same site this I had not come across in any previous clinics. For example IDD Therapy, Shock Therapy, Laser treatment, Dry needling acupuncture, x-rays and ultrasound. Alongside the chiropractic and physiotherapy expertise which I have experienced all of these. I cannot express enough my gratitude to the whole team, Marie, Roy and John. Who have all treated me with the utmost dignity and professionalism at all times. Always supporting me emotionally and treating my sometimes debilitating day to day pain with a welcome smile of understanding. I have needed to call upon them in an emergency as the pain has been unbearable some days. They are positive, compassionate, approachable and very professional always listening to the daily challenges I have faced with the pain. They have encouraged me to stay in contact with the conventional methods that have been offered to me and to keep them updated. As a result of the complexity of my condition and with a combination of the treatments used I feel that they are managing my pain and I see a gradual improvement in my situation. I can now post this information for all to read as I can at least now see some light at the end of the tunnel and that I have regained some control over my life with their help and support. Gladys - October 15 I choose these from recommendation. My first visit went well so I decided to continue and have received an excellent experience throughout. It is worth knowing that all staff have experienced all of the treatments used and therefore are very well aware of what the patient experiences during and after therapies. I would have no reservations in recommending their services to anyone in need of help. Gladys -October 15

Soft Tissue Therapy, Extracorporeal Shockwave and Low Level Laser Therapy £35 - £50
Physiotherapist Consultation
Physiotherapist Consultation from £30
Physio Alternative,IDD Disc Therapy x 10 Proven Results,Recommended by Neurosurgeons £45 - £450
29 more treatments
ServiceScore
Good
from 54 users
6.5
Maria Kibkalo DC MSC(Chiro) CCEP - IDD spinal decompressionFeatured

Maria Kibkalo DC MSC(Chiro) CCEP

024 7718 0006 ext: 11998 12 Park Road, Coventry, CV1 2LD
Soft Tissue Therapy,Pain Relief Extracorporeal Shockwave and Laser Therapy £35 - £65
Physiotherapist Consultation from £30
Dry Needling / Acupuncture Muscle Skeletal only from £35
26 more treatments
ServiceScore
Outstanding
from 97 users
10
Seven Hills Physiotherapy - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

Seven Hills Physiotherapy

Eckington Business Centre 2, Eckington, Sheffield, S21 4DA
4.9 from 65 verified reviews
The first treatment was really good so I've booked againKay, UK, 12 02 20

Excellent hands-on Physio. The first treatment was really good so I've booked again. I’m hoping to get my neck and shoulders freed up. Not afraid to apply pressure and very knowledgable too.

STT - Soft Tissue Therapy up to £35
Physiotherapist Consultation up to £35
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury up to £35
19 more treatments
ServiceScore
Excellent
from 12 users
8.8
PhysiCare (Lanark) - Physiotherapy Clinic in the UK

PhysiCare (Lanark)

22 Bannatyne Street, Lanark, ML11 7JR
4.8 from 1 verified review
Was pleasedAnonymous, Carluke, 02 04 15

Yes I was pleased and paid price quoted.

STT - Soft Tissue Therapy £30 - £35
Physiotherapist Consultation £30 - £35
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury £30 - £35
23 more treatments
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PhysiCare (Cambuslang)

1-15 Main Street, Cambuslang
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PhysiCare (Hamilton)

Townhead Street, Hamilton
PhysiCare (East Kilbride)

PhysiCare (East Kilbride)

12 Maxwell Drive, East Kilbride
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