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Woman receiving physiotherapy at Bupa Cromwell Hospital

Our physiotherapists offer exercise programmes to improve functional ability and independence with advice and education for patients and their relatives and carers.

The physiotherapy team offer a wide and specialist range of therapy services.

    Our therapy department is located in a purpose-built facility with state-of-the-art equipment. Treatment and assessment is available for both inpatients and outpatients. 

Our physiotherapy services

This growing service  provides therapy to those suffering predominantly from heart and lung conditions. Services include:

  • pre and post surgery care for cardiac, abdominal or lung disorders and transplants
  • mobility and exercise programmes after heart attacks or diagnosed heart conditions
  • weight loss and exercise before cardiac surgery
  • therapy for pneumonia and chest infections
  • asthma advice and treatment
  • therapy for breathing discoordination and hyperventilation syndrome
  • therapy for chronic lung diseases such as emphysema, bronchiectasis, pulmonary fibrosis and lung cancer
  • therapy for general weakness from long-term morbidity


The goals of treatment are to:

  • increase general exercise tolerance after surgery
  • increase ventilation of the lungs after illness or surgery
  • aid in the clearance of secretions in the lungs
  • improve activities of daily living after surgery or illness
  • reduce breathlessness through advice on breathing, exercise, adaptations and energy saving advice.
An out-patient service covering a range of conditions including:
  • back pain
  • neck pain
  • rehabilitation after surgery
  • headaches
  • sports injuries
  • chronic pain.

Our goal is to help you understand and manage your condition and to prevent recurrence.

Offered to patients suffering from:

  • spinal trauma and injury
  • stroke / CVA
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's Disease
  • head injury
  • Guillian-barre syndrome
  • balance problems and vertigo
  • peripheral nerve conditions

Our physiotherapists are trained in many techniques and principles. These include:

  • Bobath / normal movement
  • Carr and Sheppard
  • gym ball
  • proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation
  • electrotherapy / functional electrical stimulation
  • vestibular rehabilitation. 

Rehabilitation often includes other members of the multi-disciplinary team such as occupational therapists and speech and language therapists to ensure that the patient receives a holistic approach to treatment.

We aim to reduce the side effects of cancer and its treatments and to improve quality of life and independence. The service includes assessment and patient focused goal-setting for all types of cancer diagnosis.

Our therapists offer exercise programmes to improve functional ability and independence with advice and education for relatives and carers. We also offer a unique approach to combat the side effects of surgical scarring and radiotherapy especially following breast surgery.

Offered to clients following:

  • spinal surgery
  • joint replacement
  • arthroscopic knee repair
  • sports injuries
  • trauma
  • acute musculoskeletal pain management.

We do this through:

  • initial assessment of function, muscle power, joint range of motion and a neurological assessment (for spinal patients)

  • individual treatment, advice and education relating  to the orthopaedic / musculoskeletal condition
  • providing appropriate equipment - walking aids, splints, braces
  • tailor-made exercise programmes to regain normal movement, function, strength and independence including gait and posture re-education
  • liaison with the multi-disciplinary team including the consultant, nursing staff and occupational therapist to arrange discharge planning and referral to community rehabilitation team and other support services if further input is required at home
  • follow-up assessment and treatment as an out-patient at Bupa Cromwell Hospital to progress exercises and gait re-education, if needed.

Paediatric physiotherapy helps restore and where possible, improve movement and function when a child is affected by injury, illness or delayed development.

Will my child benefit from physiotherapy?

At Bupa Cromwell Hospital, our paediatric physiotherapists provide specialised therapy for all children from birth to 16 years of age, whose parents have concerns about their wellbeing and physical development. Our team provides the highest standard of assessment and care for children who have:

  • physical difficulties in keeping up with their peers or appear clumsy and fall frequently
  • neuromuscular problems that affect their mobility and movement
  • injuries and imbalances of the musculoskeletal system
  • respiratory conditions
  • had surgery or will have surgery.

What will physiotherapy involve?

Each child has an initial assessment lasting about an hour. Fun activities and toys are used to make sessions enjoyable for you and your child. Our therapists are Bobath trained and work exclusively with children. The therapist will discuss the immediate and long term needs of your child with you to make a tailored treatment programme, which may include:

  • muscle strengthening and stretching
  • posture, gait and balance training
  • improving movement patterns
  • promoting development and balance
  • training, advice and support for parents and carers
  • coaching parents in massage for infants to promote bonding, development and wellbeing
  • neurological rehabilitation
  • provision of specialist equipment

Our major aim is to help parents to understand their child's therapy needs and to feel confident in addressing these in the child's daily life at home. Parents and children are welcome to come back for an update to support their progress towards the agreed goals.

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