Welcome to Our Physiotherapy Clinic in Clapham

Welcome to our Clapham physiotherapy clinic, where we specialise in helping patients prevent and recover from injuries, whether they are related to sports activities, workplace accidents, or other causes. Our dedicated team of physiotherapists is committed to providing personalised physio and utilising various rehabilitative methods to get you back to your best physical health.

We offer comprehensive services to address various conditions, from sprains and strains to bursitis and incontinence. Whether you're recovering post-pregnancy or post-surgery, we have the expertise to assist you. Our approach goes beyond just treating the symptoms; we aim to identify potential risk factors and prevent future injuries, ensuring long-term well-being.

At our physio clinic in Clapham, we understand that each person's recovery journey is unique. We provide tailored exercises and injury rehabilitation sessions to support your specific needs. We incorporate postural training, massage techniques, and corrective exercises alongside traditional treatment methods to optimise your recovery and help you regain your full potential.

In addition to our comprehensive physiotherapy services, we also offer highly effective Shockwave Therapy treatments.

Whether you're dealing with a sports-related injury, recovering from surgery, or seeking postural correction, our Clapham physiotherapy clinic supports you. Contact us today to schedule an appointment and take the first step towards a faster and more complete recovery.

Call Us to Make a Physiotherapy Appointment

0208 922 0495
Physiotherapy prices: For self-paying clients, our initial physiotherapy assessment is priced at £87.50, with follow-up treatments at £70 for 30 minutes and £85 for 45 minutes; health insurance rates and terms vary, so please contact us to discuss your specific plan.

Reduce Pain and Inflammation with Physiotherapy

If you're searching for private physiotherapy in Clapham, London, you're on the right path to accelerate your healing journey. Our Clapham physiotherapists provide custom-tailored treatments designed for musculoskeletal injury rehabilitation, offering many benefits to support your recovery.
Conveniently situated for those in Clapham and neighbouring areas, we deliver professional physiotherapy services near you.

Physiotherapy strengthens and enhances flexibility in affected areas by combining exercises and specialised treatments. This holistic approach alleviates pain and inflammation, facilitating the healing process.

Furthermore, it restores joint mobility, prevents muscle atrophy, improves movement, and educates on proper mechanics, ultimately enhancing posture and reducing the risk of future discomfort.

Our experienced physiotherapists craft personalised treatment plans to steer you towards a healthier, pain-free, and more mobile life. For common questions about our services:

How much do physiotherapists charge? Our transparent pricing includes an initial assessment at £87.50, typically lasting around 45 minutes. Ongoing sessions are priced at £70 for approximately 30 minutes, with extended 45-minute options available at £85, tailored to your needs.

Is it worth seeing a physiotherapist? Absolutely. Our Musculoskeletal (MSK) physiotherapists are experts in addressing a wide range of issues, including back pain, joint injuries, and muscle strains. Physiotherapy relieves pain, improves mobility, prevents future injuries, and enhances overall quality of life.

What is the difference between NHS physiotherapy and seeing a private physiotherapist? While NHS physiotherapy offers essential care, private physiotherapy at Nordic Balance provides distinct advantages, including shorter waiting times, personalised attention, and access to a comprehensive range of treatments. Our dedicated team tailors treatment plans and offers longer appointment times as needed to focus on your unique requirements.

What is the difference between an osteopath and a physiotherapist? Osteopaths and physiotherapists are both valuable healthcare professionals with different approaches. Physiotherapists primarily use exercises, manual therapy, and education to treat musculoskeletal conditions and enhance function. In contrast, osteopaths primarily employ manual techniques to manipulate the musculoskeletal system. Your choice depends on your specific condition and preferences. Our skilled team at Nordic Balance includes physiotherapists and osteopaths, ensuring you receive the most appropriate care for your needs.

Schedule an appointment with our Clapham physiotherapy clinic today to experience the benefits of physiotherapy firsthand.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports physio addresses injuries and pain associated with sports activities. Whether you're a professional athlete, or someone who simply enjoys being active, physio can play a crucial role in recovery and performance.

Neck & Shoulder Pain

Physiotherapy relieves neck and shoulder pain by releasing tight muscles, improving posture. Achieve taller, straighter alignment, walk and stand with ease. Seek relief and improved well-being through physiotherapy.

Ease Muscular Pain

Physiotherapy helps ease muscular tension and pain, promoting improved mobility and function. Tailored exercises gradually strengthen muscles, enhancing stability and reducing discomfort for long-term relief.

Treat Back Pain

Alleviate back pain and prevent further injury by improving joint and muscle movement and function. Combining ongoing treatment with prescribed exercises promotes pain reduction and enhances overall well-being.

Kaylee Magrath

Meet Physiotherapist Kaylee Magrath, our energetic sports physiotherapist from Australia. With experience as the head physio for a major AFL Sports Club, Kaylee excels in treating sports injuries and guiding rehabilitation. Kaylee's approach to physiotherapy transcends traditional treatment; she believes in empowering clients through education and understanding their physical conditions. Her specialisation lies in the intricate care of lower limb conditions, including rehabilitating ACL injuries and meniscal tears and treating foot and ankle ailments like plantar fasciitis and calf strains.…

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Michael Perrier

Meet Michael Perrier, a physiotherapist in Clapham. With a rich background as a professional footballer in Switzerland for 14 years, Michael transitioned his passion for sports into a thriving career in physiotherapy. In 2022, he earned his BSc in Physiotherapy, equipping him with the expertise to address musculoskeletal concerns and support clients in their journey to optimal well-being. Drawing from his extensive experience, physio Michael has honed his skills in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal issues across diverse age…

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Anna Lees

Anna Lees is a dedicated Clapham-based physiotherapist specialising in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy and women’s health. Specialised in spinal problems, acute and chronic pain, headaches, TMJ (temporomandibular joint disorders), and shoulder issues, Anna is highly skilled in manual therapy and offers a comprehensive range of treatments, including post-operative rehabilitation and sports injury management. Anna’s expertise expands to women’s health physiotherapy, where she provides specialised treatments for a variety of conditions, including period pain, pregnancy-related pain, diastasis recti, incontinence (both urinary and anal), sexual discomfort…

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Beth Chadwick

Beth graduated from the University of Birmingham with a 1st class BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, Beth has worked in various NHS hospitals in Birmingham, Manchester and London, as well as in private practice, supporting patients in returning to the level of health and well-being that they aspire to. Beth has completed a wide range of rotations within musculoskeletal health. This has included occupational health physiotherapy for work-related injuries and repetitive strain injuries, and this has given her…

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Dimitris Polyviou

Physiotherapist Dimitris Polyviou was born in Greece and later graduated in 2014 from the University of East London. Since then, Dimitris has worked in private practice, hospitals and for four years with Greek football clubs, mainly based in Greece and London. He has found the best outcomes result from treatment focused on manual therapy (Mulligan's concept), acupuncture and exercise. Dimitris's focus is unwaveringly on the needs of his patients. Inspired by the idea of helping people overcome pain and injury…

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Gregory Smith

Gregory Smith is a highly skilled and experienced physiotherapist renowned for his hands-on expertise in diverse clinical, hospital, and private practice settings across South Africa and London. He holds a prestigious Bachelor of Physiotherapy degree from the esteemed University of Pretoria in South Africa, where he honed his skills by working in some of the most challenging and demanding physiotherapy environments. Gregory's career has been marked by exceptional experiences. He supported numerous sporting events, including the Comrades Marathon, and has…

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Pooja Dhamapurkar

Physiotherapist Pooja Dhamapurkar moved from India to the UK in 2020 to undertake a master's degree in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy at Cardiff University, where she developed her knowledge about specific injuries and their implications on sports and daily life. In 2021 Pooja completed a Sports Trauma Management course which provided her with the knowledge to effectively manage serious traumatic sports injuries, including the assessment and management of head injuries in sports (including concussion & compression), spinal injury assessment and…

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Contact Our Physiotherapy Clinic in Clapham

Are you searching for the ideal treatment plan and require assistance with insurance coverage? Look no further! Our team of highly experienced healthcare professionals is dedicated to providing you with comprehensive advice and unwavering support.

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