Poor or bad posture physiotherapy & osteopathy treatments with our specialised physiotherapists in London, at home, at work or at our practices in Belgravia SW1, Clapham SW4 and Moorgate EC2
Our physiotherapists in London are specialised in poor posture and work posture therapy
Our posture affects our overall musculoskeletal health, but most people don’t pay enough attention to it. With hours spent in front of computer badly adjusted the injuries related to bad posture have increase. Poor posture increases pressure on the spine, which can lead to a number of issues such as:
At London Home Visit Physiotherapy, our team of physiotherapists can help you keep or regain a good posture whether in general life or affected because of work. They have years of experience and extensive training in posture treatments & rehabilitations for persons of all ages.
If you are an Axa or Bupa patient, you cannot book online. Please call our office with your authorisation number.
If you cannot find an appointment which suits you or would like a home visit, call us or send us a message: we will do our best to find you a slot.
Poor posture physiotherapy treatments at work, at school or in general. Postural rehabilitation with physiotherapy in London, at home, at your work or at our practices in Belgravia SW1, Clapham SW4 & Moorgate EC2.
Our team of physiotherapists are able to provide you postural physiotherapy treatments at your place or at work, in London. However, if being seen at one of our practicesis more convenient for you, they can as well see you at the Light Centre Belgravia (SW1) in Westminster near Victoria, at Make Me Feel Pharmacy Clapham (SW4) in South West London near Clapham South and at the Light Centre Moorgate (EC2) in East London near Liverpool Street.
We are covered by most health insurances and are Bupa and Axa PPP recognised
For postural treatment and rehabilitation appointments with our physiotherapists in London, at home or at the practices: 0207 125 0262 / 0782 455 3765
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Why is good posture in general so important?
People who spend a lot of time sitting down, for example office workers or students, are in particular risk of developing postural issues and experiencing back or neck pain. In the long run, bad posture can also cause other issues such as fatigue or reduced breathing capacity and performance.
Good posture keeps muscles, ligaments, bones and internal organs aligned, thus reducing wear and tear of the joints, and relieving stress. It also helps you breath and sleep better and increases your overall wellbeing.
What is the goal of postural physiotherapy?
Some people suffer from chronic pain due to bad posture, but they don’t realise what the cause of their issues is. This type of pain can be easily treated with physiotherapy by rebalancing the body, through working on different parts of the body, as the pain might be caused by an imbalance in different parts that where it’s initially manifesting.
You can take simple steps to reduce pain, such as taking a break away from your computer every hour. However, achieving good posture and alignment is a more complicated process that where our physiotherapist can help you..
What does physiotherapy do to treat poor posture?
Our specialised London physiotherapists will perform a detailed head to toes assessment of your posture in order to uncover the cause of the issues you are experiencing. Depending on the areas that are affected and the cause, our physiotherapists will create a tailored programme for you, which will usually include a combination of realignment exercises, muscle strengthening and massages to minimise the pain.
In addition the physiotherapist will also teach you postural awareness and how to move and sit correctly in every day life, in order to minimise your chance of injury and relapse.
For athletes, our London physiotherapists will assess your posture and offer advice that will help you exercise and train in a healthy way, using the correct posture in order to improve your performance.
Following the physiotherapist’s advice will take discipline, but the benefits in your overall wellbeing will be noticeable very quickly.