Physiotherapy One-to-One Assessment, London

London

Barry Crane

12pm-2pm, every Friday

Run and Become, 4a Eccleston Street, London SW1W 9LN

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30min Consultations with Physiotherapist Barry Crane. Each consultation will involve a full subjective physiotherapy assessment.

The treatment following subjective questioning would comprise:

  • Specific advice
  • Individualised exercise prescription
  • Manual therapy advice or appointment arrangement
  • Equipment/footwear purchase advice
  • Referral to another professional
  • Training plan

Barry will also provide his professional advice on the need for immediate scans, other imaging or investigations if needed.

Barry is at our London Run and Become Clinic:
Fridays, 12pm-2pm

£40 for 30mins (please note: payment in cash only)

Barry Crane, who works from Body Architecture in Battersea, graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with first class honours degree in physiotherapy and research. He is not only highly qualified and experienced, but also sympathetic and great to work with.
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"I just wanted to drop you a note of thanks; after I came to see you back in November, suffering with what you explained was ITBS, I followed your recommended exercises and was able to resume training a fortnight or so later... I kept on the exercises every day after resuming training, and still do them every morning. All of which meant that, last Sunday, I completed the London Marathon... So thank you for your help and instruction, it’s fair to say I couldn’t have done it without you!"
– John
"I've had treatment from Barry for both a severe back injury – which my regular osteopath failed to fix – and achilles tendonitis. The treatments have been very effective, and Barry is great at explaining the source of the problem and advising on easy-to-do exercises to aid recovery and prevent repeat injury. In my opinion he's absolutely brilliant."
– Shankara

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The closest tube station is Victoria Station. From there take the Buckingham Palace Road exit and turn left out of this station. Follow Buckingham Palace Road for about 100m to the next crossing, where you turn to the right. Continue for about 50m and we are a few shops down on the right hand side.

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