Summer Newsletter 2018

The last six months presented some change for CHP who have been treating the folk of St John’s Wood (and much further afield sometimes) for the last 17 years. Having been based all this time at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, we have moved the whole of our outpatient service to

The Platinum Medical Centre at The Wellington Hospital

Natasha Price at the opening of our new St John's Wood clinicOur 20-strong outpatient team continues to offer specialist care in hypermobility, shoulders, lower limb rehab and spines. We also have specialists in paediatrics, respiratory, women’s health and neurology. Our clinic at the PMC is a wonderful space that is light and spacious with large treatment rooms and a well equipped gym. We offer the same five-star rated service with the same experienced staff but in a different location.
We sadly say goodbye to some members of our inpatient team including the whole of the Hospice team. We wish all of you every success for the future and will always keep in touch.
We can now book appointments from each clinic for each clinic.


St John’s Wood Location

It is indeed an exciting time for us, and the big move to The Platinum Centre at the Wellington Hospital. As Natasha has said, we are thrilled with our smart new clinic rooms and facilities, and the exciting future ahead.However, that does not entirely compensate for the fact that we have had to say goodbye to our wonderful inpatient team, who we will miss enormously.

So it is au revoir to:
Sophie Graham
George Baker
Sam Downs
Jeanette Gibson
Jennifer Farrell
Lanre Nehan-Babalola
Daphna Sharf-Razin
Blair Poole
Michelle Cabay
Gina Pavlo
Jenny Applyby
Yvette Valle

Caroline Ayers

We wish you all the very best, and thank you very much for all your hard work and compassion for our patients over the many years we’ve all worked together.

 Launch Party

Thank you to John Reay and The Wellington Hospital very much for hosting the fantastic launch party for our new clinic in St John’s Wood on 25th May. It was well attended by our referrers, old and new. We have been made to feel so welcome and we really relish the prospect of a great future with The Wellington and HCA.



We have recently introduced Shockwave Therapy to our array of different services. It’s not how it sounds – it doesn’t involve electric shocks!! High energy soundwaves are applied to an injured tendon from above the skin surface.
Shockwave treatment stimulates metabolism and blood circulation to damaged tissue to encourage regeneration and healing.


The 25th of May was a watershed day in European history. The laws around how companies use people’s personal data are changing. This is something that Central Health Physiotherapy has always taken very seriously. Due to the nature of the data we hold about our clients, how we handle that data has always been an extremely important consideration. What the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulations has done is get us to review all of our processes, and the processes of our partners to ensure we are looking after peoples data as safely and securely as possible. The biggest change for us was the need to be open about the data we hold, why we hold it and how long we hold that data for. It’s not that we ever sought to hide this information, we just never thought to be so open about it. This has been a good change and for old, and new clients, starting to, or returning to use our services they can be safe in the knowledge that CHP will be GDPR compliant.

Online Bookings

You can now book physiotherapy and massage appointments online.
Online bookings can be made for both our Chancery Lane and St John’s Wood clinics. Click HERE to book.



Along with other medical professionals from Chancery Lane, Central Health Physio hosted a Midtown Business Club event in March “From prehab to rehab, how to future proof your body”.  Natasha sat on the panel, answering questions about how to look after yourself and the best way to respond to, and avoid, potential injury of the joints.


Our expert therapists have been busy writing a range of blogs over on our website. These have included:


Ali Yeo 
for completing the Tough Mudder in May raising money for the charity Ickle Pickles.
CHP Football team
for winning a brilliant match against Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital. Well done!


Kieran O’Dea
who recently married Jasmin with both an Asian and an Irish wedding!
We wish them a very happy future together.
Lucie Bond
Who recently married Olivia in Haiwaii.
We also wish them a very happy future together.


Ivett and Alice who we are very pleased to have working as the CHP reception team at our St John’s Wood clinic.

Beyan our new personal trainer based at our Chelsea clinic.
Beyan is a sports enthusiast with years of experience as a handball player. She is a qualified Indoor Cycling Instructor and a Youth Exercise Specialist. She has primarily worked with clients with health conditions, limited mobility and/or injuries, with clients of all ages, using a specifically designed programme to facilitate your return to function and sport.
We also Welcome  Zephra Palmer to our admin team at Chelsea and physiotherapist, Diana Keeling who is based at our Chancery Lane clinic.


For further details and expiry dates, please speak to reception


Buy a block of four massage
treatments and receive a
fifth for free




Buy a block of six sessions for £110 and receive an extra seventh session for free

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Central Health Physiotherapy

Central Health Physiotherapy was founded in 1992 by Chartered Physiotherapist Natasha Price. Known initially as Chancery Lane Physiotherapy, the company changed its name in 2005 as services expanded.

Central Health Physiotherapy has grown to become a multi-faceted operation with the aim of providing health and wellness services to individuals and corporations. The company constantly appraises advances in the field of medical science to return, maintain and build people’s health and fitness.

CHP now operates from three London locations: Chancery Lane which remains the Head Office, the Platinum Centre within the Wellington Hospital in St John’s Wood and The Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Whilst musculoskeletal physiotherapy remains core to Central Health Physiotherapy, the company offers a full range of health and wellness services including women's health,neuro, paediatric and vestibular physio, ergonomics, Pilates classes, personal training, occupational therapy, podiatry, nutrition, acupuncture and massage. We also have specialist hydrotherapists at the clinics at the Royal Hospital Chelsea which has a large hydrotherapy pool.

With over 40 practitioners, Central Health Physiotherapy is one of the largest employers of its kind. All the therapists are chartered and registered with The Health and Care Professionals Council.

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