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JY Physiotherapy, The Canbury Medical Health Centre,

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JY Physiotherapy, The Canbury Medical Health Centre,  
1 Elm Road, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT2 6HR [Map]
JY Physiotherapy, 304 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7AQ [Map]  
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Physiotherapy in Surbiton

Ace Osteopaths Complementary Health Centre - Private Physiotherapy services

www.ace-osteopaths.com

JYphysiotherapy also offers physiotherapy and Pilates services in Surbiton.

We run a clinic out of Ace Complementary Clinic, 304 Ewell Road, KT6.

This location is accessible to people living in KT6, KT5, KT7 and KT9.

There is always ample free street parking near the Surbiton clinic.

We are 10minutes walk from Surbiton Health Centre, KT6 towards Tolworth and 15minutes walk from Surbiton Train station. Ace Complementary Therapy also has a small Studio where small Pilates classes are held. Please get in touch

We also work closely with Surbiton Hockey club, Surbiton, KT6.


What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a natural medical treatment option that assesses, diagnoses, treats and prevents disease and dysfunction through physical rehabilitation and manual therapy. Physiotherapy extends from health promotion, sports rehabilitation, chronic pain management, acute and chronic injury treatment. Physiotherapy also helps maintain heath of all ages, allowing people to be more active for longer, manage pain more effectively and take control of their overall wellbeing. Physiotherapists work alongside other health care professions to assist with the overall holistic approach of each patient with the common goal of restoring pain-free function and well-being. With exercise and movement at its forefront, physiotherapy allows you to achieve the best quality of life through return to work, sport and even normal activities of daily living.

What do we treat?

Physiotherapists treat a variety of conditions, but specialise in the treatment of dysfunction surrounding joints, bones, muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves. Through assessment, physiotherapists are able to determine the source of pain and dysfunction and then focus treatment accordingly. From treatment of an acute sports injury of an athlete, to chronic pain management in those suffering with disorders such as fibromyalgia; physiotherapists use a wide range of modalities to restore function, decrease pain and return one back to their previous level of function.

Physiotherapists not only treat sport and gym related injuries but also assess, diagnose and treat work related injuries, progressive age related pains and jaw related dysfunctions such as temporomandibular dysfunction; getting one back to normal function as soon as possible.

Alongside manual treatment physiotherapists aid with management of chronic conditions through self-initiated management, education and long term goals; where patients can manage symptoms without continuously requiring physiotherapy treatment.

What services do our physios in Surbiton provide?

With the wide scope of conditions that physiotherapists are able to address and treat, comes a large scope of services that physiotherapists provide. Physiotherapists provide sports rehabilitation and progressive return to sport exercises to athletes that have had an injury and want to get back to sport. They also provide general wellbeing advice, exercise and education to those whom would like to start getting back into fitness. Physiotherapy can also entail manual therapy, where hands on joint mobilisation/ manipulation, massage, taping, passive physiological movement, etc. is utilised to restore movement and decreased pain. Modalities such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation and acupuncture are also frequently used in conjunction with the above to treat pain and dysfunction. Finally, manual therapy and exercise is not always the way forward, but rather education and self-management plans; where the patient becomes the centre of treatment and their wellbeing. Physiotherapists play a role in this as well as they encourage each person to take charge of their future and health.

*All our physiotherapists in Kingston are HPC registered and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.*

*All our physiotherapists in Kingston are HPC registered and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.*

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By Phone: 0208 0909330

By Email: info@jyphysiotherapy.co.uk

Ace Osteopaths Complementary Health Centre, JY Physiotherapy, 304 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7AQ



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"I have had many issues with my back over the years and Jehan has been the only physio to not only correctly diagnose and treat successfully, but also to devise an effective plan to deliver long standing results.

Her knowledge of the complexities of vertebrae are second to none! I would highly recommend her."

Contact Us

By Phone: 0208 0909330
By Email: info@jyphysiotherapy.co.uk

How to find us

JY Physiotherapy, 304 Ewell Road, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 7AQ [Map]

JY Physiotherapy, The Canbury Medical Health Centre, 1 Elm Road, Kingston Upon Thames, Surrey, KT2 6HR [Map]

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