Services at The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy
iO Practice of the Year 2017

iO Practice of the Year 2017

What a fantastic week it has been for the Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy! As we mentioned previously, the Institute of Osteopathy had nominated us for their Practice of the Year award. To receive this nomination was a great achievement. Therefore, it is with even greater pride that we announce to you that we won!

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Institute of Osteopathy Annual Convention 2017

Institute of Osteopathy Annual Convention 2017

Later this month sees the celebration of the Institute of Osteopathy Annual Convention. The iO Convention is the biggest and best-known osteopathic training and networking event in the UK. Therefore, it is a honour that the iO have invited clinic director, Clive Lathey, to make a presentation at this year’s event. Clive will be talking on the subject of Exercise Rehabilitation from a Clinical Approach.

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Yoga and Hypnobirthing Birth Preparation course

Yoga and Hypnobirthing Birth Preparation course

We are happy to announce the introduction of a new Yoga and Hypnobirthing Birth Preparation course to our class schedule. This two-week course is a rare gem as it combines birth preparation yoga and hypnobirthing. The course is led by Diane King (an experienced yoga teacher) and Dr Stacy Gandolfi (hypnobirthing practitioner and clinical psychologist).

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Free triathlon seminar: Focus Strategies in Endurance Events

Free triathlon seminar: Focus Strategies in Endurance Events

Are you looking to take up the Triathlon or another endurance sport? Maybe you are a triathlete and want to learn about focus strategies in endurance events? Why not come along our to our free triathlon seminar on Thursday 19th October. There will be talks by Sports Psychologist Paul Dancy and Physiotherapist Claire Cason. At the end, you will also have the opportunity to put your questions to the experts.

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September Candlelit Yin Yoga Workshop

September Candlelit Yin Yoga Workshop

Yin Yoga is a gentle, slow-paced yoga practice that can help you to deepen your range of motion. It has a specific focus, which is to release the connective tissue of the body. Through this deeper access to the ligaments, fascia and joints, we stimulate the energetic flow within the body. In our yin yoga workshop we will practice floor-based poses in a warm candlelit studio. These poses can be held for up to five minutes, depending on your level of experience. By holding these poses, we encourage relaxation and release in both the mind and the body. We will finish this yoga practice with a Yoga nidra meditation (yogic sleep). You will leave feeling stretched, calm and relaxed.

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Workstation ergonomics questionnaire

Workstation ergonomics questionnaire

Discover how you can improve posture and avoid injury at work with our workstation ergonomics questionnaire. In order to assess whether your workstation is set up correctly, please answer the questions as accurately and honestly as possible. In a ergonomically correct work environment, all questions should be answered in the affirmative. If the reply to any of these questions is no, action should be taken to optimise your workstation and avoid any possible office-related injuries before they arise. You may be able to do this yourself or with the help of your manager, union or health and safety representative.

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Top tips for performing the plank

Top tips for performing the plank

The plank is one of the best (if not ‘the’ best) exercises for strengthening the core area as it works so many muscle groups in the shoulders, abdomen and back. For many people, the plank can be a nemesis, but it doesn’t have to be like that. In this post, we have outlined 6 top tips for performing the plank effectively.

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Top tips for keeping cool in hot weather

Top tips for keeping cool in hot weather

Heat exhaustion and heatstroke are common during prolonged spells of hot weather. For this reason, the Government has issued health warnings so as to prevent them from occurring. However, it is important to remember that this information is relevant for exposure to sunshine at any time of year. Here are some top tips for keeping cool in hot weather.

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Treating common tennis injuries

Treating common tennis injuries

The grass-court tennis season is under way. Grass courts are the fastest of the three types of playing surfaces. They can also be slippery and unpredictable due to the softer and slightly uneven surface. When preparing for playing on grass, it is important to take this into consideration in order to avoid injury. The list of common tennis injuries is extensive. However, here are a selection of some of the areas that we regularly treat.

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Top tips to improve your running form

Are you looking to improve your running form? Or do you feel that you don’t have enough pop in your ankles or kick in your hips? Well, take a look at this video from Mark Buckingham, a member of the British Triathlon Team and TriGold squad. He offers advice to kick start some good quality movement patterns which will help you to improve your running form.

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"Our ethos is not solely on treatment, but reflects the clinic's aim to promote achievable lifestyle improvements and preventative measures, with a strong emphasis on exercise rehabilitation, suited to your individual needs."

Clive Lathey DO. MSc (Sports Medicine)
Registered Osteopath & Sports Scientist. Founder of The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy

"Our ethos is not solely on treatment, but reflects the clinic's aim to promote achievable lifestyle improvements and preventative measures, with a strong emphasis on exercise rehabilitation, suited to your individual needs."

Clive Lathey DO. MSc (Sports Medicine)
Registered Osteopath & Sports Scientist. Founder of The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy

"Our ethos is not solely on treatment, but reflects the clinic's aim to promote achievable lifestyle improvements and preventative measures, with a strong emphasis on exercise rehabilitation, suited to your individual needs."

Clive Lathey DO. MSc (Sports Medicine)
Registered Osteopath & Sports Scientist. Founder of The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy

THE AWARD-WINNING PUTNEY CLINIC OF PHYSICAL THERAPY

The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy, winner of the Best Family Friendly Business Award at The Wandsworth Business Awards 2016.
The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy, winner of the Institute of Osteopathy Practice of the Year Award 2017.

TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR CLIENTS

“The physical demands of being an actor often require the services of a professional medical team. Clive and his team of experts help keep me fit and healthy.”

Daniel Radcliffe

Actor

“A professional golfer needs to have a strong and mobile spine. When I had a problem with my back, Clive helped me to achieve this with treatment and exercises.”

Colin Montgomerie OBE

Professional golfer

“Although retired from professional rugby, I dedicate a lot of time to keeping fit. Clive and his excellent team of health professionals keep me healthy and injury free.”

Lawrence Dallaglio MBE, OBE

Ex-England Rugby Player

YOGA MAMA WELLNESS

Working in tandem with our partners at Yoga Mama Wellness, we offer a broad selection of mat-based classes as part of our exercise and injury prevention programme. Our team of highly qualified Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi teachers aim to help you achieve a mind-body balance.

DALLAGLIO FOUNDATION

We are proud to support the Dallaglio Foundation, founded by retired England and British Lions star Lawrence Dallaglio. The foundation helps disadvantaged young people via the RugbyWorks programme. It also organises the biennial Dallaglio Cycle Slam fundraising challenge.

THE CLINIC IN IMAGES

To gain further insight into what we do, take a peek through our image gallery. There are photos from our educational talks, workshops, open day events and charity activities. In addition to this, there are photos kindly submitted by the many elite sports people that we treat in action.

CONTACT US

THE PUTNEY CLINIC OF PHYSICAL THERAPY
266 UPPER RICHMOND ROAD,
PUTNEY,
LONDON SW15 6TQ.

TELEPHONE: 020 8789 3881
EMAIL: INFO@PUTNEYCLINIC.CO.UK

OPENING HOURS

  • Monday to Friday: 08:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday: 09:00 - 16:00
  • Sundays: Closed
The Putney Clinic of Physical Therapy works closely with leading private healthcare insurers such as Bupa, AXA, Aviva, WPA and simplyhealth.