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We are excited to announce that Physio in the City is now part of Capital Physio, the UK's fastest growing private physiotherapy group.

Physio in the City clients will continue to receive the same high standards of care from our lovely therapists but will now benefit from Capital Physio's expansive network of clinics that can be found across the capital.

To find out more, visit or have a chat with our client care team on 033 0333 0435.

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Physiotherapy, Spinal, Sports and Complementary Care Clinics in London

Sports Massage And

Massage Therapies

Sports Massage, Reflexology


**Special Offer**

Marathon Runners and Triathletes

We want to help you reach the finishing line injury free and so have Special Offers for ANYONE Running in a Marathon/ half Marathon/ Fun run / Triathlon this year. Between Monday 16th January and 30th April we are offering

1. 10% off any PHYSIOTHERAPY or SPORTS MASSAGE treatment

2. 15% off a package of 6 sessions of PHYSIOTHERAPY or SPORTS MASSAGE

All you have to do is bring proof of race entry to qualify. These offers only apply to self paying clients and are not applicable if you are claiming direct through a Medical Insurance Policy.

All packages must be paid in advance and are non- transferable and non-refundable and valid for 1 year from time of purchase. Offer valid until 30/4/17

Have you been training for a race, marathon or triathlon or are you just in need of tension release in your muscles? Then wait no longer and book yourself in for a sports massage at our City of London, Canary Wharf, Docklands or Paddington clinics

(Meet the Sports Massage Therapists)

Sports massage is useful as part of an overall sporting regime in order to reduce the risk of injury, improve flexibility and encourage relaxation. It is often recommended after physiotherapy treatment in rehabiliation of injuries.

What is it?

Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy uses a variety of classic massage strokes together with specific deep tissue techniques, working on the body's soft tissues, muscles, tendons and fascia.

Who is it for?

  • Anyone who works out casually through to the elite sportsman/woman.
  • Workers who suffer stress/tension e.g. neck, back, shoulder pain/aches, migraines.
  • Anyone feeling tired/sore/stiff.
  • Anyone with a soft tissue injury e.g. sprains, strains, post surgery.

How Can Sports & Remedial Massage Help You?

  • Eases soreness, tension or tightness in muscles, whether work or sports related.
  • Improved recovery time from training, leading to improved quality of performance.
  • Assists in prevention of soft tissue injuries & reduces recovery time should any injury occur.
  • Helps general relaxation & stress relief.

Touch is a most effective form of healing - The energy that flows through the hands can refresh, regenerate and revitalise. Massage brings about beneficial physical and psychological changes and restores balance to the body as a whole.

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The Benefits of Reflexology

If you're looking for an alternative way to relieve your body of aches and pains, and generally restore the balance of your overall wellbeing, then why not try reflexology.

What is it?

A somewhat underrated treatment, reflexology is a form of pressure therapy that involves applying focused pressure to certain points in the foot called reflex points. Foot reflexology is an ancient practice that has long been favoured in places such as India, China and Egypt. In ancient times, reflexes were stimulated naturally by walking barefoot over rocks, and rough ground but in today's busy world, maintaining nature's balanced equilibrium is often overlooked. Nowadays, reflexology is one way that you can help to restore this balance and promote natural health and vitality.

The natural healing treatment is foot focused and based upon the principle that certain areas in the foot directly correspond with certain areas of the body. These reflex points go from our toes to the top of our head and via all our body's vital organs along the way. By stimulating more than 7,000 nerves in the feet, reflexology encourages the opening and clearing of neural pathways and blockages of energy throughout the body. In applying skilled and focused pressure to such points, the therapist performing the treatment is able to stimulate the corresponding area and therefore clear blockages, interrupt pain pathways, and help to reducing discomfort.

Is Reflexology for you?

Let the results speak for themselves. Did you know, that while you may have a pain that is too tender or sore to handle massage pressure, chances are there is a corresponding area of the foot that can help bring relief? The benefits of reflexology are extensive and varied. Not only a treat for tired sore feet, reflexology can aid most other body aches and pains too. A sense of calm and reduced stress, improved circulation, increased energy and even improved theimmune system are among the many perks of a reflexology session.

Book in for your reflexology appointment now with Alex.

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