135a Garth Road
0208 330 6777
AquaPhysio is a friendly and welcoming state of the art rehabilitation centre that specialises in aquatic physiotherapy/hydrotherapy.
We offer 1-2-1 treatment sessions with specialist orthopaedic physiotherapists in our private, heated, indoor, hydrotherapy pool. The properties of the water allow patients to exercise with reduced or no weight through their injured joints or bones, meaning they have better movement and control in the water than they would on land. Our expert physiotherapists create tailored training programmes, and they work closely together with their patients to aim to restore independence, helping to improve their health and well-being.
Aquatic Physiotherapy is physiotherapy practised in warm water and can help relieve aches and pains, mobilise stiff joints and strengthen weak muscles. The water in the pool is approximately 34ºC, allowing your muscles to relax and easing the pain in your joints. The buoyancy of the water unloads the weight of the body, reducing stress on joints and allowing freedom of movement. Aquatic Physiotherapy can accelerate healing and provides a general sense of well-being.
At AquaPhysio we are able to offer a variety of aquatic fitness activities from aqua-running, to exercising against the current. Ideal if you are looking to take your first tentative steps back into exercising after a long lay-off or you are an elite athlete looking to maintain activity whilst injured or to supplement you current training, we will have a program to suit your requirements.
Training, qualifications & experience
All out aquatic physiotherapists are registered with the HCPC, CSP and have post graduate qualifications specific to aquatic physiotherapy.
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Other available therapies
Deep water running
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Initial Assessment and treatment session with a physiotherapist (60 minutes) - £75
Follow up treatment session with a physiotherapist (30 minutes) - £68
Self managed exercise sessions - From £15
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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