Ealing Physio Blog
We have moved to 66-68 South Ealing Road W5 4QB
Happy New Year and a new address for Ealing Physio. We have moved to a new location to improve our clinical services to patients in and around Ealing. We went operational on the 3rd of January at our new clinic and it has been very well received by our existing patients. It is very close […]Read More
Majority of trauma patients fail to get specialist rehab
Only five per cent of NHS trauma patients in England receives specialist rehabilitation, research has found. Read moreRead More
No fat legs after flights!
Do you recognise this scenario – after a long haul flight you get up and your swollen legs feel like tree trunks and every step aches around the ankles? To avoid that, try these easy exercises designed by a well-known Chartered Physiotherapist . Read more Nip any pain or discomfort in the bud prior to […]Read More
Special Offer 10% off new referrals
We are delighted to offer 10% off when you recommend Ealing Physio to friends and family. Both you and your friends will benefit from your recommendation. 1. 10% off initial consultations if self-paying 2. For existing self paying patients – 10% off your next treatment […]Read More
Muhammad Ali dies age 74
One of the world’s greatest boxers and a campaigner for black equality, Muhammad Ali suffered Parkinson’s Disease for a number of years and had physiotherapy to battle the condition. In his own words how he wanted to be remembered: “As a man who never sold out his people. But if that’s too much, then […]Read More
Physios treat dizziness!
Sometimes dizziness is caused by stiffness of the neck (cervical spine) and can be easily and successfully treated by us by restoring the normal motion of the neck. Other times dizziness, or vertigo, originates in a condition where the crystals in the inner ear don’t move when we move. We treat this too. Inner ear […]Read More
Lots of sound advice on back pain!
Our colleague physiotherapist Laura Harman, echoes much of the advice we give at Ealing Physio on how to combat back pain. Read more Team Ealing PhysioRead More
Physios first point of contact in GP surgeries
30% of a GPs workload is patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) problems such as back and joint pains, muscle aches, sports injuries, so called musculoskeletal conditions. When physios, who are real experts specialising in MSK conditions in their training as opposed to the GPs who are General Practitioners, become the patients first contact, the GPs save […]Read More
Eddie Izzard runs 27 Marathons in 27 days helped by physio!
Eddie Izzard started out ‘below zero’ in fitness when he ran the first Marathon race of 27 across South Africa, says his physiotherapist Tim Cruse-Drew who was with him every step of the way. Normally training would start 6 months prior so running 27 Marathons in a row when physically unprepared is an incredible feat […]Read More