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Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy at Runnymede Hospital offers you a personalised service with an initial assessment of your condition, allowing treatment techniques to be tailored to your goals and objectives

Our physiotherapy services remain open for business, and we continue to accept new referrals - you do not need to have seen your GP or a Consultant to refer yourself for Physiotherapy.

However, the safety of patients and our staff is of paramount importance to us, so we continue to operate a ‘Virtual first’ approach, as recommended by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP).

Call us on 0800 404 6660 to arrange your appointment


Physiotherapy appointments from £54

  • No GP referral required.
  • Appointments usually available within 48 hours.
  • Follow up appointments available from £42
  • Call us on 0800 404 6660

Physiotherapy at Runnymede Hospital offers you a personalised service with an initial assessment of your condition, allowing treatment techniques to be tailored to your goals and objectives. All of our physiotherapists are registered with the HCPC (Health Care Professions Council) and CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy) and work closely as part of an integrated multi-disciplinary team within our hospital. This allows patients to benefit from prompt referrals with rapid access to imaging technology to accurately diagnose and aid treatment pathways.

Services

At Runnymede Hospital we offer the following services:

  • Electrotherapy - is the use of electrical energy to manage pain, rehabilitate muscles and increase the range of motion.
  • Hand therapy - provides assessment and holistic rehabilitation for patients with a hand or upper limb injury or condition. The treatment is tailored to your needs and focuses on helping you get back to the day to day activities that you enjoy.
  • Physiotherapy for sports injuries - the diagnosis and treatment of muscle, joint and nerve problems caused by practicing a sport or exercising, including muscle imbalances, joint pain and post-fracture rehabilitation. The aim is to get you back to sport as soon as possible.
  • Rehabilitation service - aims to improve function after surgery or injuries including fractures, accidents, chronic spinal conditions, strokes, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cranial surgery and cardiac surgery.
  • Shockwave Therapy-  Shockwave therapy uses a specialist device to deliver acoustic energy through the skin to the injured part of the body. The shockwaves are mechanical and not electric. They are audible, low-energy sound waves, which increase the blood flow to the injured area. Shockwave therapy can be used to treat all kinds of lower and upper limb conditions including; Tennis elbow, Achilles Tendinopathy and Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy.

Facilities

The Runnymede Hospital physiotherapy department is comprised of four rooms, a gym and an additional private room, allowing privacy when this is required.

The purpose-built physio-gym at The Runnymede Hospital allows our physiotherapists to work with you to provide expert advice, developing exercise programmes to meet your specific needs. Exercise forms an important part of physiotherapy. The aim is to increase mobility, muscle strength, and general fitness, build core stability, and reduce symptoms.

Our gym includes:

  • Watt Bike
  • Multi Gym equipment and bench
  • Dumbbell set
  • A treadmill

Specialist rehabilitation equipment, such as:

  • Wobble cushions
  • Bosu ball
  • Watt Bike
  • Weights
  • Dumbbells
  • Multi Gym Equipment
  • Strengthening band
  • Trampoline
  • Parallel Bars

Opening times:

  • Monday to Thursday: 8:00am – 8:00pm 

Pricing

Physiotherapy may be covered by your private medical insurance, please ensure you check your cover thoroughly prior to booking an appointment. Alternatively, you can Self Pay with cash, debit or credit card.

  • Shireen Dalvie- Clinical Services Manager
    Shireen qualified in 2000 at the University of Cape Town, South Africa. After working in several private healthcare hospitals, she moved to the UK to start working as a senior physiotherapist at the Runnymede Hospital. She has experience in a vast variety of musculoskeletal conditions and post – operative orthopaedic recovery but has a keen interest in shoulder injuries and rehabilitation following  surgery. She adopts a manual approach to her treatments and believes that patient education is paramount to injury prevention and reoccurrence. Shireen has been with the Runnymede for 16 years and has progressed to  Clinical Services Manager of the department. She continues to drive services forward, and offering treatments such as acupuncture, hand therapy, shockwave therapy, musculoskeletal and sports specific rehabilitation as well as introducing sports massage therapy.


  • Jen Baker- Senior Physiotherapist
    Sport and physical fitness have always been Jen’s main area of interest. She obtained a BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy, and worked with various sports teams including London Irish RC, Chingford RFC, and Waltham Forest F.C, she then decided to pursue an MSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. As a Senior Physiotherapist and Advanced Fitness Instructor Jen has been exposed to diverse learning opportunities. She has acquired additional clinical knowledge throughout all fields of physiotherapy including Respiratory ICU, Neurological, Paediatric and Musculoskeletal physiotherapy. 


  • Matt Saayman- Senior Physiotherapist
    Matt is a physiotherapist from South Africa. He has been qualified since in 2013 and has experience within both the public and private sector. He has a keen interest in musculoskeletal, sports and rehabilitation and orthopaedic injuries. Matt has a hands on and holistic approach to his treatment. He  has great attention to detail and like to and keeps up to date with all the latest research and development within the physiotherapy community. 


  • Alison Cockburn- Senior Physiotherapist
    After graduating from the West Middlesex  Hospital School of Physiotherapy, Alison initially worked in the NHS before gaining experience abroad  in the United States. On her return she settled within the private hospital sector and now specialises in rehabilitation.
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