Welcome To Fit2Function Physiotherapy & Sports Injury clinic
Welcome to fit2function clinics, Specialists in injury treatment
At our London Injury Clinic, We have experienced Physiotherapists & Sports Therapists ready to help reduce your pain and recover from injury. We combine extensive research, advanced training and 20 years of experience, to diagnose the root cause of your pain and transition you back to full recovery.
At Fit2Function Clinics, our London injury clinic, we combine advanced treatments with specific exercise rehabilitation, to help people throughout London recover from persistent injuries. Over the past 3 years we have helped 95% of our patients see long term pain relief. We ensure that your experience with us is flawless, promising elite level care & customer service throughout.
In house & online Physiotherapy treatments with our experienced London professionals.
Laser Therapy is a process which accelerates your bodies natural functions to up-regulate the
During the treatment, the treatment head will use small controlled impacts to break down scar tissue, increase blood circulation and aid in tissue repair.
In house strengthening appointments at our London injury clinic, to provide long term relief.
EMS is a new advanced treatment using controlled electrical currents to stimulate a desired response from the human body.
Theragun & Hypervolt treatment tools used to stimulate blood flow, decrease muscle tension & relieve pain.
"It worked - and faster than I could have dreamt possible. I had a chronic groin injury which had suddenly started getting worse. With a few weeks of physio from these guys it was completely healed and I had 100% flexibility back. Not only that but they were able to greatly speed up my recovery from a knee injury. I was told it would take a year to get over by NHS but now I'm walking on it normally and able to dance and work out with almost no limitations. I am now fitter and better educated than when I walked into the clinic and will be using what I learned from this process in my ongoing fitness. Put bluntly, these guys are worth it."
David Hess, 40, London
“My name is Farid, I’ve been coming to Fit2Function for three months now having previously been to so many places. I tried everything acupuncture, massage, osteopaths, you name it. When I first came to Fit2Function, I had a high 8/10 pain but with the help of Laser Therapy and Shockwave Therapy I am almost back to normal. I feel better and I am now able to work out in the gym two times per week with no limitations. I would recommend Fit2Function clinic to everyone with lower back pain. It’s the best thing to do for your health and good luck to everybody.”
Farid Hamjab, 52, London
"I found out about Fit2function clinic through Instagram and I contacted them because I had Sciatica and shoulder pain. I ended up taking two treatments to deal with both the sciatica and shoulder pain. I couldn't move my arm and the pain used to wake me up during the night. We've started with Shockwave Therapy and Laser Therapy to reduce the pain and kick start the healing. From not being able to move my arm, I now have full function, no pain at all and able to play Handball and Volleyball again"
Liliana Silva, 30, London
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Covent Garden Injury Clinic: Jubilee Hall Gym, 30 The Piazza, Covent Garden, London, WC2E 8BE
Northampton Injury Clinic: 33 Campus Drive, NN2 7FL, Northampton