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  • Havering Therapy Centre

    A physiotherapy led multidisciplinary clinic. All physiotherapists are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and are registered with the government's Health Professions Council. Practitioners of our other therapies are similarly members and/or registrants of those official bodies relevant to their own professional practices.

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    Havering Therapy Centre
  • Physiotherapy


    The primary choice of therapy for musculo-skeletal conditions, injuries, and joint disorders that may follow surgery or trauma, or result from normal wear and tear. Physiotherapy aims to rehabilitate and restore normal function and activities, through mobilising techniques, pain relief, muscle strengthening and re-education. Neck, back and shoulder pain all respond particularly well to physiotherapy.

  • Podiatry/Chiropody


    Podiatrists specialise in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the foot, ankle, and lower leg. By examination and analysis of the way a patient's foot works, they correct malfunction by prescribing exercises, and/or personalised shoe inserts, or by making shoe modifications. As Chiropodists they offer foot care treatments for the full range of common foot ailments.

  • Acupuncture


    An increasingly popular form of treatment for a wide range of conditions such as headaches, migraine and chronic pain, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and other digestive complaints, some pregnancy related problems and menopausal/menstrual issues. Acupuncture treatment aims to stimulate the body's own healing responses and restore its natural balance.

  • Hypnotherapy


    A gentle and pleasant, but powerful way to reinforce your determination to break an unwanted habit like smoking. It can help overcome anxieties relating to flying, visiting the dentist, exams and driving tests, or public speaking and other fears and phobias. Also helpful in dealing with eating and sleeping disorders.

  • Reflexology


    This is a very ancient but highly effective form of treatment. Applied mainly to the feet, the method tends to promote natural function and wellbeing. It can be particularly helpful with breathing and circulatory disorders, and because it is very relaxing, it is very beneficial in dealing with tension and stress related problems.

  • Sports Massage

    Sports Massage

    Offers personalised massage programmes aimed at promoting and maintaining muscle balance and conditioning. Not only before and after sporting activities, but also in managing and relieving other traumatic or 'repetitive strain' muscle injuries. Deeply relaxing, and very helpful in the relief of back and shoulder pain, tension headaches, and stress.

  • Homeopathy


    Favoured by many who have not been helped by, or who are uneasy about, the complexity and side effects of conventional drugs. The aim is to treat the whole person, not just the diseased state. Emotional conditions such as anxiety; acute fevers, colds, flu, hay-fever and skin complaints are all within the conditions treated.

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