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BOOST Physiotherapists regularly write articles about injuries and conditions- we post these articles here.  You can search through our database of articles by using the search bar. Should you want to discuss your injury with one of our physiotherapists please call us on 020 82017788 for a chat about your problem.

How To Prevent Falls

Posted by Steven Berkman

Physiotherapy for fall prevention.

Ageing, a loss of mobility, a lack of confidence on your feet, poor balance and co-ordination can all increase the body’s frailty and bring a very real fear of falls and fractures.

Samir Farouk- Chartered Physiotherapist

Posted by Steven Berkman

Samir Farouk- loves helping his patients recover more quickly and achieve their goals. Samir works as a Chartered Physiotherapist and is based in our Hampstead and Swiss Cottage clinics of BOOST PHYSIO.

GRACE NEWPORT-TUCKER: Chartered Physiotherapist

Posted by Steven Berkman

Grace Newport-Tucker is available for appointments in our Swiss Cottage branch. Grace loves helping people recover from their injury and pain problems.

Which Conditions Can Shockwave Help Treat?

Posted by Steven Berkman

Which Conditions Can Shockwave Help Treat?
Just about anyone with soft tissue injuries or musculoskeletal pain syndromes may benefit from shockwave therapy. Shockwave Therapy is often referred to as Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT). Shockwave treatment can help upper and lower limb tendon injuries, stress or overuse injuries, joint capsule problems, plantar fasciitis, shin splints and iliotibial band syndrome. The benefits of shockwave therapy are not limited to the list of common conditions described below.

Job Vacancy: Part-Time Administrator

Posted by Steven Berkman

BOOST PHYSIO is a leading private Physiotherapy clinic with 6 branches across London.

We have a vacancy for a part-time administrator and receptionist who is available on Sundays 9am to 1pm and during the week one or two evenings 5pm to 9pm.

What Is Sciatica?

Posted by Steven Berkman

Sciatica is general medical term for pain that runs down the back of your leg, originating from the sciatic nerve or low back area. Sciatica often occurs only on one side and may or may not radiate below the knee. Sciatica can present with back pain, but on occasion can simply be pain or pins Read More