Our highly experienced physiotherapists regularly provide specialist treatment services in the Westminster area of London. With its many landmarks, Regents Park, Tower Bridge and the Thames, Westminster is an exciting place for those wishing to stay fit and healthy by walking, jogging, running and cycling. The area is a workplace to many people employed in Civil Service roles in Whitehall and Westminster offices. Heavy footfall and activity in the area mean that we see many different types of physical injuries in Westminster, from repetitive strain injuries experienced by many Whitehall office workers, to sports injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation and general wear and tear.
Our Westminster based physiotherapists provide hands-on therapy to help aid your recovery.
- Are you experiencing back and neck pain from sitting at your desk too long?
- Is the Thames River run giving you shin splints?
- Has an ankle sprain made your walk around Regent’s Park impossible?
At Physit, we believe that life is too short to deal with traffic jams, congestion and road closures – so we bring the clinic to you! Physit brings physiotherapy to your home or office in Westminster. Whether you are recovering from surgery or suffering an acute injury following an overly ambitious run along the Thames embankment, we give you the treatment you need, when you need it. Treatment can be provided in your own home or at a venue of your choosing in South West London.
WE KEEP OUR PROCESS SIMPLE
When you book with us, our Westminster physiotherapists will be briefed with the background information you have provided us with regarding your condition. All the equipment needed to treat you will be taken to your home, office or chosen location. A dedicated member of our Westminster physio team will set up a portable table in your location of choice, and begin your assessment or course or treatment.
Your initial physio consultation, which will take place in a venue of your choice in Westminster, will last approximately one hour. Your physiotherapist will provide you with a full assessment, give you the treatment you require and then provide you with a rehabilitation programme specific to your individual needs.