Welcome to the Chislehurst Clinic
Here at The Chislehurst Clinic we offer podiatry/chiropody, osteopathy and physiotherapy and pride ourselves on our personal approach to patient care. Our dedicated team of experienced and highly qualified health professionals will provide you with assessment, treatment and advice tailored to your needs.
Our modern, well-equipped treatment rooms, convenient location on Chislehurst High Street, and excellent attention to detail, mean we are able to offer you the highest quality of care and advice, and where appropriate, we can offer you a unique combination of therapies, all under one roof.
Podiatry and Chiropody
Our team of foot care specialists are trained to an exceptionally high standard with diverse experience and areas of expertise within the field of podiatry. They are members and Fellows of the Royal College of Podiatry and are registered by the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).
Podiatry can help with:
- Foot pain
- Sports performance
- Prevention of pain
- The appearance of your feet
- Diabetic Foot Checks
To find out more about the podiatry/chiropody services we provide, including costs, click here.
Our physiotherapist is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and takes a whole body approach to treatment. Physiotherapy can help with a wide range of complaints and health issues, including:
- Neck and lower back problems
- Sporting injuries
- Muscular, arthritic and neural complaints
- Post-operative rehabilitation
In addition, physiotherapy is useful at preventing injury and avoiding long-term health issues. Our physiotherapist is trained in sports therapy massage, clinical Pilates and dry needling. For more information, click here.
Our osteopaths are members of the British Osteopathic Association and the General Osteopathic Council and keep up to date with all the latest research and techniques to help keep you mobile, flexible and pain free.
Osteopathy can help with general aches and pains as well as pain specifically associated with conditions such as rheumatism, arthritis and osteoarthritis. It can also help with:
- Acute/chronic back and neck pain
- Muscle spasms
- Circulatory problems
- Sports injuries
For more information, about Osteopathy and the problems it can help you with, click here.
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