We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year! The clinics will be close from Thursday 22nd December and re-opening on Tuesday 3rd January. If you do have any queries during this time, please do email [email protected]
1. To offer the earliest available appointment at a convenient location to you. 2. To provide a thorough assessment, explanation of the findings and outline the proposed treatment programme—if onward referral or investigations are required, we will recommend the relevant specialist and facilitate the appointment. 3. To provide a contemporary and innovative treatment approach that […]
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Situated just off Sloane Square in Chelsea at 2, Lower Sloane Street, the physiotherapy clinic is in a convenient location close to the tube (Sloane Square) and bus stops. The Specialist Pain Physio Clinics are dedicated to treating pain and injury with modern strategies and therapies based upon the latest neuroscience to promote normal movement and healthy […]
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is a common condition that we see at the Specialist Pain Physio Clinics. Our modern neuroscience based approach attracts referrals from specialists and self-referrals from in and around London but also further afield. CRPS is a complicated and often very troubling condition with a range of symptoms including pain, altered perception, […]
Richmond Stace provides a specialist service for athletes and sportspeople who suffer on-going or recurring pain and injury that involves working with the existing medical and physiotherapy team. Either at one of the clinic locations or at the individual’s training facility, the detailed assessment elucidates the pain mechanism(s), factors that are influencing the pain and […]
At this time of year we see many people who are training for the London Marathon. This is an extraordinary commitment and achievement, often linked to raising money for a chosen charity. Naturally the training level gradually increases, which means a greater demand upon the body physically. Many people have not trained at such a […]
A new page on the Specialist Pain Physio website called The Library is a simple resource with relevant reading material. Expanding your knowledge of pain and stress can be an extremely effective part of the treatment programme. If particular books are important you will be guided towards the relevant title. Click here or pass the […]