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Arthritis of the knee

As the weather is getting colder many people start to experience joint pain, especially arthritis of the knee. Find out how we can help at Wandsworth Physiotherapy and Osteopathy.

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Massage and low back pain

At Wandsworth Physiotherapy our Physiotherapists and Osteopaths use massage as part of the treatment plan or you can book a...

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Posture and back pain

How does posture affect back pain? What is normal posture? Flat back posture Click here to download our FREE Treat Your Own back pain Guide.

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Some facts about Lower back pain

Here are some facts about lower back pain. To find out more download our Treat Your Own Back Pain Guide here and our Sleep and Back Pain guide here...

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Back Pain: The Chain of Command

Your spine is essentially the chain that forms the ‘backbone’ of your entire body. Without it you would be a blob of muscles, organs and soft tissue piled on the floor. Your spine commands respect because it is the pillar that supports your body, allows you to walk,...

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Core stability exercises for lower back pain

When I work with clients to resolve lower back pain I use exercises to train and strengthen four key muscles... The diaphragm The pelvic floor The transverse abdominus The multifidus Diaphragmatic breathing, inhale through the nose and and breathe into the tummy and...

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Lower back pain

There are many things that can cause lower back pain. As a physio we first have to rule out red flags. The main red flag we look out for is causal equina syndrome. Cauda equine means the horses tail and is used to describe the spinal cord terminating at the T12/L1 and...

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The most common tennis injuries

With Wimbledon approaching there are a number of injuries that budding tennis players can suffer from, and no I don’t just mean tennis elbow – however we will discuss this.  Beyond tennis elbow the other two most common injuries are calf strains and shoulder pain....

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Women’s Health red flags

Red flags are signs and symptoms that something  more serious may be going on are that we need to refer you to A and E, your GP or a gynaecologist. It doesn’t matter if you are pregnant, recently giving birth or are going through the menopause your Women’s Health...

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Six tips to manage urinary incontinence

Six tips to manage urinary incontinence

  Have your lower back and pelvis examined by a Women’s Health Physiotherapist. They will be able to assess the stability of your joints the function of your muscles and your movement patterns which may be putting you at risk of incontinence.   Get the right...

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Split down the middle

Split down the middle

There is a condition that women suffer from during pregnancy called rectus diastasis (DRA) – this is where the abdominal muscles separate in the midline whilst you are pregnant. DRA was first documented in 1858 and is classically defined as a separation of rectus...

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Postpartum Women’s Health Physiotherapy

After you have given birth to your baby there are a number of conditions which you may suffer from. It is advisable for all women who have recently had a baby to visit a women’s health physiotherapist for and postnatal assessment. During this session the...

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Ready to Make a Change?

At Wandsworth Physiotherapy & Osteopathy we're focused on getting you out of pain and back to what you love doing, from simply sitting comfortably to playing with your kids, getting back into the gym or being able to run 5k again, our expert Physiotherapists, Podiatrists & Osteopaths are here to help!


Please take note of our cancellation policy at the bottom of the page.

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338 Old York Road,
SW18 1SS

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Please note we have a 24 hour cancellation policy. Please respect our Physiotherapists and Osteopaths and give them more than 24 hours notice if you need to change or cancel an appointment. Failure to do so will incur a cancellation charge and result in you needing to pre-pay for appointments thereafter.
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Monday 08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 20:00
Thursday 08:00 - 20:00
Friday 08:00 - 20:00
Saturday 09:00 - 13:00
Sunday 10:00 - 13:00


338 Old York Road, SW18 1SS

0203 322 9455

Open 7 Days