Bromley and Orpington Physio
Our team comprises leading Physiotherapists, Sports Physios and Sports Injury Therapists.
We pride ourselves on working with all ages and abilities. Whatever your goal, we look forward to helping you achieve it via specialised Physiotherapy and Sports Injury treatment and rehabilitation plans.
We have a fun, friendly but highly professional approach that has allowed us to build a fantastic community. We would love to welcome you to one of our clinics.
At Jon W Sports Injury Orpington and Bromley you will:
- Be treated an as individual, with personal symptoms and reasons for wanting to be pain-free
- Have a deep investigation to find the problem and importantly the cause.
- Be provided manual soft tissue therapy to correct your pain or restrictions. All appointments include Sports Massage.
- Be provided an individual rehabilitation program, composed of pictures and videos with exercises for you.
We complete a full assessment and perform all relevant special tests to establish not only what your injury is but also what is causing it. We place huge importance on treating the cause, not just the effect.
We will help you increase your strength and make your body prepared for the demands that you want to place under. Your personalised rehabilitation plan will be designed to allow you to meet your individual goals.
We will use both manual and stretching techniques to increase your mobility. This will allow you greater movement and ease the pressure on your joints. This will form a key part of your personalised rehabilitation plans.
No matter where you are, we can help you. Our virtual clinic allows us to join you from the comfort of your home.
We can identify, treat and build you your personalised program.
You may not be with us in person but you will still be put through your paces.
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