We provide physiotherapy in your home before and after surgery.
We use a variety of treatments to help you:
Regain full range of movement in your joints
Strengthen your muscles,
Help you restore normal movement
We offer a wide range of physiotherapy treatments for all age groups and conditions
If you feel that you or your loved one has deteriorated in muscle strength, mobility and function, you may benefit from physiotherapy. We can help you by:
Carrying out an extensive initial assessment
Devising you an exercise programme to tackle the problems that you are facing.
Advising on suitable equipment that can help you manage better in your own home
We know that you may be cared for by your children, relatives or friends, and so we work not only to reassure you, but we can remain in contact with your family too if you wish. Without using any professional jargon, we describe the short term goals and long-term plan so that you and your family members can feel completely empowered and confident in your rehabilitation and your care.
Musculoskeletal conditions are very common and can vary from a slight twinge to severe pain at times in any part of your body.
In your assessment, the physiotherapist will discuss your symptoms and will have a look at your movement to determine the root cause of the problem. Your physiotherapist will proceed to offer a range of treatments that have proven to be effective.
Treatments may include:
Mobilisation and manipulation techniques
Your physiotherapist will also advise you on appropriate pain relief and will design you a personalised rehabilitation programme to aid your recovery.
We offer specialist women’s health and paediatric physiotherapists.
Women’s health is an area of physiotherapy which focuses on problems related to Obstetrics (pregnancy) and Gynaecology. It includes conditions such as incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, musculoskeletal/ back and pelvic pain, and pregnancy-related pains.
We also provide a home visiting paediatric physiotherapy service.
Our physiotherapists have specialist skills in treating children through to adolescents with a variety of conditions including:
Musculoskeletal conditions (growing pains, hypermobility syndrome)
Orthopaedic conditions (broken bones and following surgery)
Neurological conditions and Developmental Delay
Being seen by a specialist paediatric physiotherapist is key to help aid your child’s recovery or to achieve optimum function.
Whether you suffer from an acute respiratory condition such as a chest infection, or a chronic condition such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), chest physiotherapy can help.
It is designed to help you clear your secretions or your phlegm so that your breathing becomes easier and will subsequently make you feel better. We use:
Deep breathing exercises known as the ACBT (Active Cycle of Breathing Technique)
Handling techniques including percussion and vibrations to help your airways clear along with several other methods.
We listen to your lungs and use our own stethoscope to assess your condition.
We offer specialist treatment for strokes, Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries and the numerous other neurological conditions, providing an empathetic and nurturing approach to help our patients recover lost movement.
The treatments that we provide at London Home Physio includes:
Specific exercises to re-activate specific muscle groups
Joint and soft tissue mobilisations
Advice on lifestyle and fatigue management
Your physiotherapist will also design you a personalised rehabilitation programme to aid your recovery
|Initial Assessment & Treatment||£95|
|45 minute follow up appointment||£90|
|60 minute follow up appointment||£110|
Road to Recovery Package 1
|We offer a £20 discount with 5 follow up appointments|
Road to Recovery Package 2
|We offer a £60 discount with 10 follow up appointments|
London Home Physio is approved by most major UK health insurance companies. Please contact us to find out more.
We work with a range of insurance companies
Contact us for more information
Frequently asked questions
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