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COVID-19 update:  Our hospital is still fully open for appointments and admissions, however visitors are not permitted.

London's Leading Physiotherapy Unit

The Physiotherapy Unit at St John & St Elizabeth Hospital is one of the UK’s leading Physiotherapy centres, offering a comprehensive range of services at your convenience.

Pelvic Health

Respiratory Physiotherapy

Our expertise

Our Physiotherapy Department provides a comprehensive service to hospital inpatients, as well as providing a wide range of outpatient treatments.

You do not always need to be referred by your doctor to access our services, although we do prefer to communicate with them in managing your treatment.

Our staff

The department is staffed by chartered physiotherapists and has a cross section of specialist skills and interests amongst its physiotherapists.

We don’t believe that one physiotherapist can treat all complaints. Therefore, in addition to our musculo-skeletal team, we have specialists in Respiratory, Women’s Physiotherapy, Neuro-rehab, Hand and Paediatrics.

We aim to work as a team with other medical professionals to ensure that an integrated and comprehensive approach to care is achieved.

We also have access to Occupational Therapy services. In addition the department has close links with several national sporting organisations.

Facilities

The department is fully equipped with a rehabilitation gymnasium, neuro assessment room, occupational therapy and a home living assessment room.

Services available

The Physiotherapy Department at the Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth provides assessment and treatment of a wide spectrum of conditions, including:

  • musculoskeletal pain/dysfunction
  • back pain, neck pain
  • strained ligaments
  • muscle injuries
  • neural pain, cerviogenic headaches
  • sports injuries
  • post operative rehabilitation
  • women’s health
  • stress/urge incontinence
  • antenatal/postnatal advice
  • repetitive strain injury
  • ergonomic advice
  • pilates classes

Neuro-physiotherapy

Our experienced Neuro-physiotherapy team is highly skilled in the management and rehabilitation of neurological conditions.

Our team understands that patients who have suffered a stroke require ongoing treatment to maintain improvement in the patient’s ability to perform the tasks needed for everyday life.

Everyone coming to us for treatment is individually assessed and our physios work with the patient and their family to identify and achieve their goals.

How can our specialist neuro-physiotherapists help?

  • Coordination and balance re-training
  • Functional activities promoting independence and participation in daily life
  • Bespoke mobility and strength training to suit the patient’s needs
  • Improving exercise tolerance
  • Normalising muscle tone
  • Trunk stability & strengthening
  • Gait retraining

Services available include:

  • Outpatient therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Speech and language therapy
  • Domiciliary therapy (home-based)
  • Acute inpatient stroke therapy
  • Stroke inpatient rehabilitation

Domiciliary services

Both occupational therapy and physiotherapy offer home assessment.

Communication and co-ordinated care

Working as a team, we use a range of skills to ensure the optimum management of all conditions. Our aim is to help patients get better and stay better.  We ensure excellent communication between all our staff members as well as GP’s and other healthcare providers.

Flexible Appointment Times

With clinics running until 7pm on weekdays, we will do our best to work around your schedule.  For further details visit the contact us page or call the physiotherapy unit on 020 7806 4010.

State-of-the-art facilities

The Physiotherapy Unit benefits from a custom built facility offering state-of-the-art care and treatment options for all patients. The facility provides personalised one-to-one assessment and treatment with flexible opening hours, a rehabilitation gym and home visits available.



Our charity

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital is a charity, which means that every time you come here for a treatment, you are helping someone less fortunate than yourself.

Our aim is to care for the sick, whilst using the profits we make to fund our on-site hospice and clinics. We aim to make sure patients receive the support and treatment they need in an environment that is safe and secure, offering the very highest standards of care to all who seek it.

As a charity, we must operate on a not-for-profit basis and our assets are used for charitable purposes.

Careers

Whether you’re looking for clinical, corporate or operational roles, take the next step in your career at St John & St Elizabeth Hospital.

We pride ourselves on the close-knit community we have at the Hospital, and the development and happiness of our staff. Join a feel-good environment that provides you with opportunities to develop your expertise.

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