Home Physiotherapy Visits
We offer home physiotherapy visits across London to assess and provide individualised Therapy Programmes to help with a variety of problems and conditions, such as stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Arthritis, problems with walking, balance, falls and joint stiffness and pains.
Our Physiotherapists are fully registered and trained with experience in a variety of areas.
We work across the following areas:
Neurological – Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Spinal Cord Injuries and ME/CFS
Orthopaedic – Fractures, pre and post op knee and hip surgery
Joint Conditions – Osteoarthritis (OA), Spondylolysis, Rheumatoid Arthritis(RA), AS
Back Problems – Low back pain, disc prolapse and lesions, sciatica
Elderly Support - Clients with balance and walking difficulties, or falls
We also provide a specialist service for:
Learning Disabilities and Complex Physical Disabilities – Cerebral Palsy, Down’s Syndrome, Global Developmental Delay, wheelchair users
What is Physiotherapy?
Physiotherapy aims to help restore movement and normal body function when there is illness, injury and disability, looking at the whole body rather than just focusing on individual factors causing illness or injury.
Physiotherapists use a wide range of treatment techniques and approaches.
Movement and Exercise - Physiotherapists use therapeutic exercises designed to strengthen the affected body area. Exercise can also be used to maintain and increase joint range of movement.
Manual Therapy - Manual therapy involves using the hands to mobilise joints and soft tissues. Physiotherapists can provide passive stretching of joints along with massage of muscle tissues. It is suitable for most people and can be used to:
· improve blood circulation
· help fluid drain from parts of the body more efficiently
· improve movement of different parts of the body
· relieve pain and help relaxation
Falls and Balance - We can help provide therapy to improve your balance and co-ordination and to help reduce falling.
Mobility (Walking) Rehab - If you have had recent changes in your walking ability, have stiffness or pain when walking, we can help.
Hydrotherapy - Hydrotherapy is a form of physiotherapy carried out in water. It is usually carried out in a specialist heated (>33 degrees) pool.
Hydrotherapy can improve blood circulation, relieve pain and relax muscles. For more details refer to our Hydro Active Hydrotherapy section.
The Physiotherapist will visit you at home and complete an assessment during the first visit.
A Therapy Programme will be developed and implemented. Sessions will be facilitated by the Physiotherapist.
We can visit at your convenience, at a time and day that will suit you.
You will receive regular 45 minute sessions with the Physiotherapist to carry out your exercises.
To find out more, our prices, and to make a referral please contact us now on Tel 0793 9223 768 or Email us at