Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness, or disability. It can also help to reduce the risk of injury or illness in future. Human movement and physical function are key to health and wellbeing. The primary focus of physiotherapy is to assess and diagnose the problem, then devise the treatment program with an aim to restore function, or minimise dysfunction after disease or injury.
Some of the most common complaints we are here to help you with are:
Back, neck and spinal pain (Including headaches, slipped discs, muscular as well as posture related back and neck problems)
Sports injuries (Fractures, tendon sprains and strains, tennis elbow, muscular injuries/tears)
Post surgical rehabilitation
Woman’s health (Pre and post natal)
Treatments & Techniques
Atter the initial assessment, you may have a more 'fluid' treatment, consisting of the combination of manual and movement based therapy, kinesiotherapy and electrotherapy, with our therapist deciding the best course of action depending on your condition and functional goals.
You can expect the use of the following techniques:
Manual Therapy - Myotherapy, Yumeiho, Myfascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Scar Tissue treatments
Movement Therapy - Kinesiotherapy
Electrotherapy - TECAR Therapy, Laser Therapy, Ultrasound
The course of treatments and treatment times will vary according to your injury. To better understand your needs, we recommend that clients first book in for an initial assessment.
If you wish to claim the cost of your treatment through your health insurance, please call us to make an appointment.
Initial Consultation and Treatment 45 mins £85
Physio Follow Up 30 mins £60
Manual Therapy 30 mins £60/ 45 mins £85/ 60 mins £110
Kinesiotherapy 45 mins £83/ 60 mins £110
About Our Physiotherapist
BSc Applied in Physical Therapy
Snjezana’s fascination with the human body and anatomy started in her youth, when she chose to study medicine. Even as a young girl, she was intrigued by the movement and function of the human body, realising the importance of being in touch with one’s body. She soon realised the importance of studying and observing ‘the live body’, which inspired her to train as a physiotherapist.
As she became more experienced and knowledgeable, she started delving into more holistic aspects observing how emotions and stress affect the human body.
She has a unique and highly intuitive approach, with the complete focus on healing the person. She often combines the different techniques of Deep tissue massage, Cranio-sacral therapy and Yumeiho, an oriental massage therapy that aims to re-establish the symmetry of the body and to maintain or restore its harmonious functioning through joint manipulations, stretching and acupressure.
Besides human body, Snjezana has a strong passion for dancing, horse riding and swimming.
‘Touch is a sense that helped me speak all the languages of the world and understand every human being in its wonderful uniqueness’.