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MSK clinicians are experts in muscles, bones and joints. Our team includes physicians, physiotherapists, osteopaths and podiatrists.

We use a variety of specialist methods to treat injuries and conditions. These include exercises, pain management strategies and more. All with the aim of helping improve your movement, flexibility and recovery.

Prices vary depending on which specialist you need to see.

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It’s easy to book an appointment. Call us and we ll arrange the rest.
Call on 0330 127 7805

Lines are open Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm and Saturday 9am to 5pm. We are closed on Sundays..

Our MSK treatments


For post-surgery rehabilitation to sports injury prevention advice, our physiotherapists can help. We offer appointments face-to-face, by phone or video, or a mix of both. Get back to feeling like yourself again.

What happens at an MSK physiotherapy session?

During your first appointment, we'll find out about you as a person, about your health concerns and what goals you'd like to achieve. From there we'll create a personalised treatment plan for you. Treatment plans may include any of the following:

  • Self-management, education and advice
  • Exercise therapy
  • Chronic (long-term)pain management
  • Taping
  • Acupuncture

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Whether it’s a niggle or an injury - get expert care from our MSK physicians. If appropriate, they can order tests such as X-rays, MRI scans and blood tests to diagnose the problem. Get treatments from injection therapy to shockwave therapy, depending on what's right for you.

Our physicians work with physiotherapists and osteopaths to give you an individual care plan. And if surgery is something that you need, they'll work with orthopaedic surgeons, too. Giving you joined-up care the whole way through.

Osteopathy is based on the idea that your general health and wellbeing depend on your bones, muscles, ligaments and connective tissues all working smoothly together. Our osteopaths aim to restore your body to a state of balance. They'll use a range of techniques such as physical manipulation to:

  • ease tense muscles
  • improve the blood and nerve supply to the tissues in your body
  • help your body's own healing processes

They can give you advice about posture and exercise to help recovery and stop symptoms returning.

Our women’s health physios are specially trained to treat a wide range of pelvic and abdominal problems such as:

  • aches and pains related to pregnancy
  • abdominal separation
  • urinary incontinence
  • overactive bladder
  • pelvic floor rehabilitation
  • pelvic organ prolapse
  • painful sexual intercourse

Treatments can include:

  • exercise programmes to improve movement, function and flexibility
  • core strengthening exercise programme
  • mobilisation and manipulation techniques to reduce pain
  • advice on lifestyle changes
  • taping and provision of supportive equipment, where needed

Call us on 0330 127 7805^ and ask to be booked with a Women's Health Physio.†

†Available at selected locations

Our podiatrists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of injuries and disorders that affect the foot, ankle, calf and shin. So if you have heel pain, problems with your toes, or pain in your feet, calves or shins, a podiatrist may be able to help.

They'll assess your feet and footwear, along with your walking and running techniques using video Gait Analysis. Your podiatrist will then discuss the right treatment for you.

Podiatry services are available at selected locations.


Shockwave therapy delivers pulses of energy to the injured tissues in your body. This increases blood flow and helps speed up your body's natural healing process.

It's often used for injuries to your tendons and works well alongside other therapies such as exercises.

Available at selected locations.


In acupuncture, your therapist inserts fine needles into specific points around your body. It can help with lots of conditions that affect muscles, bones and joints. For example, headaches and lower back pain. It’s also often used alongside other physiotherapy treatments for longer-term health benefits.

Physioline is our virtual physiotherapy service where you can access a physiotherapist quickly without the need to see a GP first. You can choose to have a phone call or a video call.

PhysioLine is available to you if you have health insurance with us. Call us as soon as a problem happens and we'll put you in touch with one of our physios for advice and support. Use it to keep on top of minor issues as soon as they crop up, so they don't develop into bigger problems.

You can pick a time that suits you for a call it doesn't need to be during work hours. We have evening and weekend calls available, too.

Our physios will advise on the best next steps for you. These might include advice and exercises, a referral to physiotherapy, or a referral to a specialist.

PhysioLine is a convenient and fast way to access care when you need it. Whether to treat or manage a problem, we focus on offering the best treatments based on evidence. This might be a combination of education, exercises and physical therapy.

APP stands for Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner. AAPs have had more training and qualifications, and are very experienced. This makes them experts in managing musculoskeletal (muscle, bone, joint and nerve) problems.

Their training involves working closely with consultants and GPs. This way of working means that people see the right clinician at the right time for their problem.

Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Initial consultation £265.00 £233.00
Follow-up consultation £202.00 £158.00
Short follow-up consultation £101.00 £79.00
Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Initial consultation £82.00 £62.00
Follow-up consultation £64.00 £49.00
Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Initial consultation £95.00 £72.00
Follow-up consultation £72.00 £49.00
Isokinetic testing £170.00 -
Isokinetic final report £170.00 -
Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Podiatry biomechanical assessment £202.00 £176.00
Podiatry 30-minute consultation £82.00 £41.00
Podiatry short follow-up consultation £64.00 £30.00
Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Six sessions
£90 £70
Class rate
Service Greater London Outside Greater London
Initial consultation £85.00 £51.00
Follow-up consultation £62.00 £42.00
Isokinetic testing £170.00 -
Isokinetic final report £170.00 -

No, anyone can have an appointment.

Your insurer will need to pre-authorise your treatment, please check with your insurance provider that they check with your health insurance provider that they’ll cover your treatment before booking with us. When you book your appointment with us, you’ll need to supply your health insurance details, unless you’re paying personally.

To make an appointment you can call us on 0333 3315924 ^. If you have health insurance, please make sure you have your policy number and an authorisation code for treatment when making your appointment.

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If you need to change or cancel your appointment, please call us with at least one working day or 24 hours’ notice. If you cancel later than this you will incur a cost.

For physiotherapy, osteopathy and podiatry you will be charged 100% of the fee if you fail to attend or cancel with less than 24 hours notice.

For musculoskeletal physicians and orthopaedic surgeons you’ll be charged 100% of the fee if you fail to attend or cancel with less than 24 hours notice. If you cancel your appointment with 72 to 24 hours notice you will be charged 50%.

You may need to undress to your underwear so that your clinician can examine you. Alternatively, you may be asked to change into shorts and a t-shirt so you may wish to bring your own along with you.

If you’ve had any previous tests such as an X-ray or MRI scan, bring the results of these and any other letters that your doctor may have sent you. If you’re taking any medicines, bring these as well.

Your first appointment may last up to 45 minutes. Any follow-up sessions are usually about 30 minutes.

MSK initial appointments may last up to 40 minutes. Any follow-up sessions are usually about 20 minutes

If you’ve been referred by your GP, and you’re happy for us to do so, he or she will be sent a letter with an update on your progress. If you made the appointment without being referred and you would like us to notify your GP, we’ll be happy to do this.

The first time that you contact us, we’ll ask you to provide some personal details and open a confidential medical file for all of your records. All patient records are subject to the same strict rules of confidentiality that you would expect of any medical records. No information will be passed to any third party without your consent.

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