Our St John’s Wood physiotherapy clinic, located just a few minutes’ walk from St John’s Wood Station, provides a comprehensive service to a wide range of outpatient treatments
from musculoskeletal, to neuro, women’s health and shockwave therapy.
At St John’s Wood have a 20-strong team of physiotherapists and massage therapists. They aim to work as a team with other medical professionals to ensure that an integrated and comprehensive approach to care is achieved.
The department is fully equipped with a rehabilitation gymnasium, large, light and airy treatment rooms, neuro assessment room and electrotherapy.
Being located next to the Lords Cricket Ground and Regent’s Park, we’re conveniently located for those looking for physiotherapy near Abbey Road, Finchley Road, Lisson Grove & Paddington and Primrose Hill.
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Local knowledge from members of our clinic team to help you plan your visit to our physio clinic in St John’s Wood.
Panzer’s is a favourite amongst the CHP team. They have a great deli counter where you can get a custom-made sandwich or salad. They also have a fresh sushi counter, a huge selection of delicious baked goods and coffee. If you’re in a rush, there’s a little kiosk outside on the terrace where you can purchase a quick coffee, or their tasty lunch offering – Tuesday’s Spanish tortilla & salad is a must, as is the Friday falafel box.
If you’re after a healthy breakfast or lunch, the Good Life Eatery offers an array of superfood juices, smoothies, salads, bowls and wraps. There’s lots of ‘free-from’ options for those with intolerances, and an extensive offering of healthy(ish) baked treats.
You can’t beat a Gail’s sourdough loaf, the rosemary and potato bread is so delicious. The sweet and savoury pastries, sausage rolls, sliders, salads also do not disappoint, and the coffee is pretty good too.
A newcomer to St. John’s Wood and great for excellent quality, fresh, tasty sushi and sashimi. They have a take-out counter so it’s super convenient if you’re in a rush. Plus, the outside tables are a sun trap at lunchtime.
Parking in St John’s Wood can be tricky as it is not within the congestion zone and can be very busy. We would recommend travelling to us on public transport where possible, although if you must travel by car here are our recommendations.
There is off-street parking available at Q-Park St John’s Wood on Kingsmill Terrace 0.2miles away: this is bookable online in advance if required.
There are no public bike racks directly outside our clinic, although there are a few within 0.1 miles.
At the sound end of Kingsmill Terrace, you will find bike racks under the tree right outside the flower stall.
There are bike racks on the north side of Circus Road directly outside Tesco Express and Pret-A-Manger.
There are bike racks on the Wellington Road end of Wellington Place, right outside St. John’s Wood church grounds.
If using a Santander cycle, there is a docking station diagonally opposite our clinic entrance.
A favourite spot for the CHP team to play post-work rounders in the summer, but also a nice spot for a walk. From the boating lake to the inner-circle’s rose garden, to the open-air theatre and the art installation on the south-east part of the park. If you walk the outer circle, you can get a sneak peek at the giraffes from London Zoo.
Just a short walk from the clinic, the top of Primrose Hill offers spectacular views of the London landscape. Also, a great spot for hill-sprints if you want to test your fitness.
Just a stone’s throw from the clinic on Wellington Place, opposite the junction with Cochrane Street you will find the very first cabman’s shelter. It was erected in 1875 and is a grade II listed building, no bigger than a horse and cart but had a fully functional kitchen and could seat 13 cabdrivers. There are only 13 of these shelters left in London.
Alongside the first cabbie shelter you will find the disused graveyard that is St. John’s Wood church grounds. Now a park, there is a wildlife area, a large playground for children, and a flower garden. It is the only local nature reserve in the borough of Westminster and a great sheltered spot for a picnic, or to relax with a good book.
For the cricket fans out there, the ‘Home of Cricket’ is located right on our doorstep. Why not catch a game of cricket, or swing by the Lord’s Tavern for a post-session tipple?
If you drive to the clinic via Abbey Road, the chances are you’ll get stuck at the famous Abbey Road crossing by groups of tourists trying to recreate the perfect Beatles photo. Whilst you’re in the area, why not visit the most famous recording studio in the world? Oh, and don’t forget to visit the Abbey Road shop and write on the graffiti wall outside!
A short walk west on the Regent’s Canal and you will find the picturesque Little Venice. It is home to beautiful waterways as well as quirky and charming cafes, restaurants, and pubs.
St. John’s Wood High Street itself is a nice place for a wander. It has some decent high-end clothing shops like Ba&sh, Rixo, Zadig and Voltaire and Tara Jarmon. Don’t knock the charity shops though, as they are a goldmine for pre-loved designer items. The Rococo chocolate shop is to die for, as is the gelato at Unico.
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