CHISWICK PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC
LOCATED IN CHISWICK, THIS WEST LONDON PHYSIO PRACTICE SPECIALISES IN BACK AND NECK PAIN, SPORTS INJURIES, OVERUSE INJURIES, WOMEN’S HEALTH AND POST-OPERATIVE MANAGEMENT.
Chiswick Physio offers a comprehensive range of chartered physiotherapy, fitness, training services and women’s health with consultation rooms located in The Gym Clinic on Power Road and The Massage Centre on Turnham Green Terrace. Our consultation room and gymnasium enable us to treat a variety of conditions including the elite athlete. We provide video analysis, biomechanical assessments, sports massage and supervised rehabilitation exercises.
LOCATIONS & RATES
The Massage Centre
86 Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick W4 1QN
Tuesday 9am – 8pm
Thursday 2pm – 8pm
TEL 079 0060 3617
The Gym Clinic
129 Power Road Chiswick, London W4 5PY
Monday 9am – 6pm
Wednesday 8:30am – 9pm
Thursday 8:00am - 12noon
Friday 8:30am – 5pm
Saturday 9am – 1pm
TEL 079 0060 3617
Initial Assessment: 45 min £70
Follow-up : 30 min £50
Follow-up : 45 min £70
24 hour cancellation policy applies. Appointments missed, cancelled or rescheduled within the 24 hours will be charged the full rate.
BIOMECHANICAL PROBLEMS AND POOR TECHNIQUE CAN LEAD TO SPRAINS,STRAINS AND BACK PAIN. EARLY ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION CAN PREVENT INJURIES.
The clinic has biomechanical assessment systems to assess you statically and dynamically in order to determine if poor mechanics is a factor of your back pain or sporting injury. Once this has been identified we can then work to correct your biomechanics or stability to optimise your performance and relieve you of your pain. This may be through the insertion of podiatry orthotics, a gym and/or home based exercise programme or hands on treatment
CHISWICK PHYSIO’S JADE RODHAM HAS A SPECIAL INTEREST IN WOMEN’S HEALTH PHYSIOTHERAPY AND IS HERE TO OFFER ASSESSMENT & TREATMENT FOR A RANGE OF ISSUES, SUCH AS INCONTINENCE, PELVIC FLOOR DYSFUNCTION AND PROBLEMS ARISING FROM CHILDBIRTH AND PREGNANCY.
Jade is a registered physiotherapist who is passionate about empowering women to overcome their injuries and health conditions using her physiotherapy expertise to design an effective treatment plan. Shockingly, one in three women experience women’s health problems during their lifetime, but many are either too embarrassed to seek help or unaware that there are treatments available, and often tolerate these conditions for many years unnecessarily.
Women’s Health Physio: Common Issues
Our goal at Chiswick Physio is to give women the necessary skills and knowledge to take personal responsibility for managing their present and future well being, as well as offering rehabilitation and expert treatment for accident and injury. Jade is our Women’s Health Physio who can help you with all aspects of women’s health, regardless of your age and stage in life:
Pregnancy-related musculoskeletal problems like back pain, pelvic pain, sciatica or carpal tunnel
Urinary incontinence, stress or urgency
Pelvic floor trauma
Menopause related, bladder and pelvic conditions
Pelvic floor retraining (general and pre/post-natal)
Require a pre/post-natal check
Our service is highly confidential and respects the sensitive nature of these problems. Jade will ensure you are doing the right exercises for your condition, safely, so you recover quickly and can live an active and fulfilling life.
Women’s Health Assessment: What to Expect
If you’re getting ready for your first assessment at Chiswick Physio, you might be wondering what to expect from your time here and from your treatment. We’ve outlined the process all new Woman’s Health patients undergo when they arrive, to help you feel more prepared and relaxed about your visit to our clinic.
Your first session of 45 minutes will include a one to one with Jade, so she can better understand your problem, the cause of symptoms and your medical history. You will then be assessed and an explanation of the bladder diary will be given.
On your 2nd visit, Jade will review and discuss your bladder diary. Depending on your condition, a digital examination of the pelvic floor may need to be undertaken by Jade. This is an internal examination to determine the control and strength of the pelvic floor muscles.
Jade will then discuss the results of her findings and implement a corrective treatment plan, which may involve home based exercises to put you onto the road to recovery. This will also be a 45 minute consultation.
Further follow up appointments will be 30 minutes duration and will involve exercise progression and may involve manual therapy if required.
We want your visit to Chiswick Physio to be smooth and relaxing, so your treatment is as effective as possible. We hope you will now feel prepared and ready to come and see us!
W4 CHARTERED Physiotherapist
NATHAN CARTER IS A STATE REGISTERED CHARTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST WHICH MEANS HE IS RECOGNISED BY ALL MAJOR HEALTH INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Patients are advised to check their individual level of cover prior to starting treatment. Any patients may self refer. General practitioner and consultant referrals are also welcome.
INSURANCE COMPANY INFORMATION
We require the following information should you wish to claim your physiotherapy treatment through an approved insurance company;
- Name of Insurance Company
- Authorisation Number & Membership Number
- Number of Treatments Authorised by Insurance Company
- Excess on your Insurance Policy
- Renewal Date of your Insurance Policy
We require ALL this information from your insurance company before we can agree to claim your treatment costs for you via your insurance company. Unfortunately due to the complexity of dealing with insurance companies if you cannot supply ALL this information we will require payment at the time of your appointment, until we have the correct information.
**Please note if we ask you to pay for your appointment we will provide a receipt for the treatment, with the therapists name, and you will be able to claim the charges back directly from the insurance company.
I graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from AIT in Auckland, New Zealand in 1994 and have worked predominantly in Australia and London, managing a wide range of sports, spinal and musculoskeletal conditions.
I work with patients both to regain full function and also to prevent recurrence of injuries. I believe that the skill is not in giving you a quick fix, but instead developing a long term perspective on your problem so you have the tools to control and/or eliminate them permanently.
In April of 2010, I completed the Marathon Des Sables, a 250km foot race across the Sahara desert. Learning from this and other marathons I have done, I have developed a greater understanding of the effort and dedication it takes to be committed to training for sporting events. I'm particularly interested in treating patients with sports injuries and who are training for a specific event as well as assessing and managing people with work related pain. I have a great passion for my profession and my approach is very hands-on and tailored to the individual.
Having worked within the health and fitness industry for many years I decided to further my passion for anatomy and the human body by becoming a physiotherapist. I graduated from Brunel University with a BSc Hons degree in physiotherapy.
Since graduating I have worked within the NHS, in a busy musculoskeletal out patients department and more recently in the private sector with Chiswick-Physio. Working within both the private and public sector I see a variety of problems ranging from chronic pain, sporting injuries, postural related problems, post-operative rehabilitation and degenerative disorders. I love to help, educate and motivate people and find that a personalised approach and my background in exercise have a positive impact on my clients. I find it rewarding helping those with postural issues and seeing what a difference a few exercises and sessions can make. I also enjoy working with pre/post-natal women; having carried three children myself, I have a special interest in women’s health, including pre/post-natal exercises as a personal trainer. I have a great understanding how it feels and what the body has to go through during pregnancy, labour and the early days post birth. It's an endurance event in itself and the correct preparation will go a long way to helping you have a positive experience.
My approach to physio is very much hands on but with education playing a big role. I believe in empowering my patients by giving them the knowledge to actively participate in their rehabilitation.