Juliet Moss & Associates Physiotherapy Clinic – Clapham, Balham, Wandsworth, South London.
At Juliet Moss & Associates Physiotherapy Clinic, Clapham, Balham and Wandsworth, London, we aim to relieve pain and improve movement and function, as well as offering preventative advice and exercise.
In your first session your physiotherapist will carry out a detailed examination and assessment of your condition. After diagnosis, we will agree a treatment plan with you which we will begin in the first session.
Longer appointments and home visits are available if requested.
Depending on your diagnosis our physiotherapists use a range of therapeutic techniques and exercises including:
Manipulation and mobilisation
Massage and soft tissue energy techniques
Ultrasound, interferential and laser treatment
Exercise therapy, stretching and rehabilitation
Postural and ergonomic advice
Acupuncture and TENS
Corsets, collars and strapping
Conditions we treat include:
Back & neck pain
Frozen shoulder, Tennis elbow
Hip, knee & ankle pain
Pregnancy related pain
Headache, whiplash & migraine
Stress & urge incontinence
Osteoarthritis & Osteoporosis
Child & adolescence pains
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome & R.S.I.
Post – surgery / Fracture rehabilitation
Muscle strains & imbalance
Core Stability Exercises
Advice & Prognosis
We offer appointments from…
7.30 am to 8.00 pm, Monday to Thursday
7.30 am to 5.00 pm on Friday
Spinal conditions in particular need to be treated promptly if long term disability and prolonged treatment are to be prevented.
To arrange treatment you can make an appointment yourself, be referred by your doctor or by a specialist or consultant. In order to be entitled for your insurance to cover the treatment cost, you will need to be referred by your doctor.
We work within a network of highly qualified and experienced GP’s
and Consultants and can refer you for further investigations
and opinions as necessary.
Whether it is a sprain, strain, tear or bruising, a quicker and more thorough recovery will be achieved if treated early.
Physiotherapy will speed up the rate of recovery by reducing swelling and preventing joint stiffness.
Early treatment will also help minimise tissue damage and provide for a quicker return to active sport.
Physiotherapy can help during pregnancy, for new mums, when recovering from gynaecology surgery or experiencing incontinence and pelvic floor issues.
Conditions we treat:
- Pelvic Pain
- Stress incontinence
- Urge incontinence
- Pelvic Prolapse
- Weak pelvic floor muscle post-childbirth
- Menopausal related symptoms
We will assess your problem and use treatment options, including:
- Exercises – an individual programme of pelvic floor strengthening
- Bladder training
- Muscle / Neural stimulation
- Advice on management
NICE guideline recommended physiotherapy as the first treatment option for most people experiencing incontinence or bladder problems.
Juliet Moss, Claire Hahn & Jenny Dennis all have specialist training and experience in Women’s Health.
At our physiotherapy clinic all our physiotherapists practice acupuncture and we are all members of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Originating in China around 3,000 years ago, acupuncture is the oldest documented form of medicine known to man.
There are two generally held views on how it works. The traditional Chinese view is that it helps free blockages in the flow of Qi energy around the body.
The western view is that it works by stimulating the body’s own painkillers such as endorphins and encephalins, and that, although initial pain relief may only be short term, repeat treatments can bring long term benefits.
Recent scientific evidence showing that it clearly works – even though there is no overall agreement on how, or why, it is now widely used to treat muscular/skeletal pain.
Experience has shown that it not only treats the symptoms but can often deal with a problem at its root cause. At our Practice, acupuncture can be administered either as a treatment in its own right, or as part of an overall programme of therapy.
As a direct consequence of today’s lifestyles, many of us spend much of our time sitting – often for hours at a time.
Whether it’s at home, at our desks or in a car, prolonged sitting is one of the biggest contributory factors in neck and lower back pain – often further exacerbated by slouching in poor posture.Whether at work or in the home, poorly set-up workstations can lead to many painful posture related injuries and conditions.
Postural low back pain can be the source of more significant back problems, such as disc problem.
Simple corrections to the height and angle of your desk, chair and keyboard, etc. will reduce the risk and amount of stress on muscles and joints. Our therapists can assess your workstation, suggest any necessary changes and help you adapt your posture, helping to minimise the incidence and severity of any injury and even preventing it from occurring in the first place.
Over a period of time, or as a result of abnormal or increased stress on the body, altered or poor biomechanics will put pressure on certain parts of the lower limbs, eventually causing pain.
Injuries can be prevented by correcting these biomechanical instabilities. However, once someone is already injured, it is important to correct any predisposing biomechanical factors to ensure the cause of the injury is targeted effectively.
Whether you are looking to maintain or increase your current exercise regime, or thinking of taking up a new challenge, your goal will be much easier if you are not held back by injury.
A body MOT is comprehensive and individualised assessment that targets the areas that will be under the most strain from the activities you are doing or planning to do.
Depending on its findings, our physiotherapists will develop strategies for you to minimise the risk of injury through a range of techniques including biomechanical correction, mobilisation, stretching and strengthening exercises.
The McKenzie approach to Physiotherapy is a comprehensive assessment, diagnosis and treatment concept for the management of spinal conditions.
This approach focuses on a ‘cause’ and ‘effect’ relationship between historical pain behaviour as well as the pain response to repeated test movements, positions and activities during the assessment process.
With this vital information, our physiotherapists will be able to provide you with a specific exercise programme that you will be able to perform easily to reduce your symptoms when required, thus decreasing dependence on a therapist.
Juliet Moss is one of the three founding members of the McKenzie Institute in the UK, set up in 1985. She has taught this technique widely in the UK & Europe.
At Juliet Moss & Associates Physiotherapy Clinic, we have expert
Chartered physiotherapists trained in the prevention,
diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries.