Mottingham Physiotherapists are involved in helping people of all ages, from children to the elderly, from all walks of life. They commonly treat people suffering back or neck pain, general aches and pains, and sports injuries. This means we are able to help with any muscle, bone, joint or ligament problem you may have. Our Physiotherapists are able to treat using techniques such as manual therapy (massage and manipulation), exercise / rehabilitation and acupuncture.
We have an award winning team of Physiotherapists who are trained to assess the underlying causes of joint, muscle and nerve injuries so you can be confident of the treatment and advice that you receive.
Asking for help can seem like a big step, but it won’t seem so daunting once you know what to expect. We offer a broad range of services to suit a variety of circumstances, so your journey with us will be unique to you.
The form should only take about 5 minutes.
We’ll book you in for a telephone assessment. Before your assessment, we’ll send you (by email or post) some questionnaires. Please fill these in before your appointment; this will help the therapist making the call.
Telephone assessments usually take 1 hour. Please try to find a private, quiet place beforehand.
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