Personalised and effective physiotherapy tailored to your needs.
At our Kensington and Gloucester Road Physiotherapy Clinic, we specialise in non-invasive treatments to help people experiencing pain, injury, or disabilities in reclaiming full functionality and achieving a pain-free lifestyle.
From common issues like back pain, knee pain and trapped nerves to more complex pathologies, our comprehensive approach combines manual therapy, movement and exercise progression, massage, electrotherapy, acupuncture, and personalised education and advice tailored to each individual’s needs.
In addition to our array of treatments, we prioritise empowering our patients with the knowledge and tools they need for long-term well-being. Through personalised education and practical advice, we guide individuals on proper posture, ergonomics, and lifestyle modifications to prevent future injuries and maintain optimal health.
Our goal is not only to alleviate current symptoms but also to equip you with the skills to live pain-free and actively pursue your passions.
A summary of the therapist’s findings will be fully explained to you using the simplest terminology in order to help you understand the diagnosis.
A treatment plan will be established prioritising your goals and needs informing you about the recovery time and each phase of the rehab in the most specific way possible!
Manual Treatment Methods
Mobilisation is a manual technique, which allows the physiotherapist to move a ‘fixed’ joint or bone applying a specific force in a specific location in order to improve mobility by releasing tension and pain.
Benefits of mobilisation:
Increase range of motion
Reduce or eliminating soft tissue swelling, inflammation, or restriction
Induce relaxation and flexibility of tight tissues
Improve blood flow.
Manipulation is a similar technique but performed at higher velocity and force, which often causes a “click sound” on the joint. Our therapists are highly trained to perform manipulations safely and effectively to specific patients who might benefits from the technique.
The goal of the technique is to improve the space available between each joint such as spinal bones and so to improve flexibility and range of motion of a person.