Getting you back to balance
At Back2Balance: Physiotherapy & Pilates Studio we provide a full range of physiotherapy treatments.
Practice Guidelines for Face-to-Face Appointments
At Back2Balance we will continue with all the necessary measures to ensure your safety when you visit the practice.
We would ask that prior to your appointment:-
- you complete a Covid screening form.
- Bring a clean mask to wear on entering the practice and for the duration of your appointment.
- If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive, that you do a Lateral flow test on the morning of your appointment.
- If you have Covid symptoms on the day of your appointment, please call us immediately to cancel and we will reschedule your appointment.
We request that you read through the summary of our updated Covid-19 policy to see all the measures that have been put in place, before you call us to book an appointment or book online.
Our Pilates and Yoga classes are still online – why not browse our class schedule and register for a class today?!
If you have any questions then please do contact us firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0208 531 5662.
(NHS UK Updated April ‘22)
Getting you back to balance
If you suffer from muscular aches and pains, you know how frustrating it can be when this stops you from going about your everyday business and doing all the things you enjoy.
At Back2Balance: Physiotherapy & Pilates Studio we provide a full range of physiotherapy treatments, from short courses that speed up recovery to long-term rehabilitation following a serious injury or surgery. Whether your condition is due to an injury, illness, dysfunction or a disability, our experienced physiotherapists can help.
Treatments tailored to your needs
Every individual is different. That’s why we tailor all our treatments to your specific needs. We work with your body’s natural healing mechanisms, incorporating exercise and holistic therapy, such as acupuncture, into our treatment plans.
And we also provide ongoing advice about exercise and pain management to ensure that you recover as quickly as possible and injury doesn’t reoccur.
Book your consultation or give us a call on 0208 531 5662
Discover a better You
£50.00 for a 30 minute session
Using a combination of manual therapy, including manipulation, mobilisation and soft tissue techniques, physiotherapy will relieve your pain and promote healing.
Our experienced physiotherapists will provide you with an exercise programme to carry out at home to help improve your strength, posture and ﬁtness – and manage your own health long term.
£45.00 for a 30 minute session
Used to complement physiotherapy, we use acupuncture to ease pain and muscle tension.
During the 30-minute session, your therapist will insert ﬁne needles into speciﬁc areas of your body called acupuncture points. We use acupuncture to tackle a variety of health issues such as headaches, lower back pain, arthritis and whiplash.
If you have a health condition
that’s not listed, but are interested in trying acupuncture, please speak to us and we can advise you if this is something we would treat.
£75.00 for a 60 minute session
The beneﬁts of massage if you’re feeling stif, tense or in pain, have long been recognised.
A sports massage increases the blood circulation and range of movements in your joints, which will aid your recovery time after an injury.
With the release of endorphins, serotonin and dopamine, massage therapy is an excellent stress relief, promotes better sleep and encourages relaxation.
£10 for a 1 hour class
£54 for a course of 6 sessions
We recommend Pilates classes to patients to help improve posture, core stability, ﬂexibility and prevent the risk of re-injury.
We offer both one-to-one sessions and group classes, run by Chartered Physiotherapists and specialist trained instructors. Exercises are adapted for individual needs and set at achievable levels.
£68.00 for a 45 minute session
£50.00 for follow up sessions
Osteopathy is the belief that a persons wellbeing is dependant on their bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue working together
Osteopaths can treat a wide variety of conditions including back and neck pain; joint problems; sports and muscle injuries.