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Physiotherapy is the key to restoring your ability to live a full, active and healthy life after an injury, illness or disability.

We use physiotherapy at London Bridge Outpatients to help you fully recover from a range of injuries and conditions as quickly as possible, give you back your movement, and reduce the risk of injury in the future.

How can physiotherapy help you?

At London Bridge Hospital different branches of physiotherapy are used to help across a range of areas. This includes:

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy – used to recover from day-to-day injuries, like trauma, lifestyle or work, such as strains, sprains and back and neck pain.

Sports Physiotherapy – used to help sports and physically active people recover from sporting injuries and enhance sports performance.

Women’s Health Physiotherapy – used to treat problems related to the pelvic floor and pelvis. These may be either gynaecological or obstetric (pregnancy) related.

Hand Therapy – used to aid recovery or alleviate symptoms from hand injuries, such as work accidents or long-term chronic conditions.

Neuro Outpatient Physiotherapy – used to help with physical problems caused from a neurological injury or condition, such as a head jury or stroke.

What your physiotherapy at London Bridge Hospital will involve

Our Chartered and Health & Care Professions Council (HPC) registered physiotherapists at London Bridge Hospital Outpatients use the most appropriate and up-to-date treatments and techniques to promote more effective recovery, including:

  • Ergonomic advice
  • Hands on treatment, like manipulation and soft tissue massage
  • Mobilisation
  • Pain management
  • Specific functional exercise rehabilitation
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Taping


Together with specific exercise rehabilitation to activate and strengthen your muscles, these treatments will help you achieve your goals and prevent re-injury.

We also have a state-of-the-art gym where we use a range of equipment to target different injuries, particularly those that are sports-related. This includes:

  • Anti-gravity treadmill – for patients unable to weight bear or cannot stand, such as following a fracture or surgery
  • Gait trainer treadmill – used to improve gait, assess walking and running patterns and reduce pain
  • Gait motion analysis equipment and software – used to assess patients' movement patterns, identify cause of pain and correct dysfunctions
  • Power rack, functional trainer and TRX – equipment used to train patients on functional movements with resistance and improve strength and function
  • Pilates reformer – equipment to train core muscles using spring resistance
  • Watt bike – equipment used for assessing cyclists


Why have physiotherapy at London Bridge Hospital

Leading physiotherapists and care – Our world-leading physiotherapists are highly experienced in treating patients from all backgrounds, with a wide range of conditions. Whether you have recently undergone surgery, have had work-related pain, or have suffered a sports injury, we have the knowledge and skills to quickly get you back on track.

Latest physiotherapy technology – At London Bridge Hospital, we use the latest physiotherapy equipment and machinery to target specific injuries. This helps us to fully restore your movement and ensure you make a rapid and successful recovery.

Quick treatment for the best outcome – Our highly skilled team at London Bridge always aim to give same or next day appointments to those using our physiotherapy services. This way our physiotherapists can focus on what’s important – treating your injury as soon as possible and getting you back to living a full, active and healthy life.

If you’d like to find out more about the services we offer in physiotherapy at London Bridge Hospital Outpatients, or wish to book an appointment, email or call 020 3131 2625 to get in touch with our leading physiotherapy team.


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