Camden

Community Physiotherapy Service

0207 871 0545

Our phone lines are currently open Monday – Thursday 8.30 – 16.00 and Friday 8.30 – 13.00

PhysioNow self-referral is not currently available in this service. To self-refer, please contact us on 0207 871 0545

  • We are experiencing a higher level of demand so your wait to speak with us may be longer than normal. We thank you for your patience.

  • Our phone lines are for Connect Health patients only – please don’t contact us to book Covid vaccinations as we will be unable to assist with your request

  • From December our Kentish Town Sports Centre clinic will be available on Tuesday

  • Check out the latest patient stories in the ‘Patient Resources’ section

Our Camden Services

The local services in your area include:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Physiotherapy for MSK conditions involves the assessment and treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments, bones, spinal discs, nerves and other structures to keep you moving.

  • PhysioLine
  • In some cases, your GP may refer you to PhysioLine; a contact and assessment service completed over the phone by a Chartered Physiotherapist. PhysioLine has proven to be an extremely effective way for patients to speak with a physiotherapist quickly (usually within 2-4 days) and start managing their problem straightaway. By using PhysioLine you can access specialist guidance and support, while causing as little disruption as possible to your normal routine.

  • Group Classes
  • In addition to 1-to-1 sessions with clinicians, patients can be seen in group setting for either Exercise Classes or for Educational Seminars (this will be specific to each location). If an Exercise Class or Educational Seminar is appropriate for your condition, your clinician will discuss this with you as a possible option for your ongoing care. Exercise Classes are run by Physiotherapists, Rehabilitation Therapists and/or Physiotherapy Assistants and with a set programme of exercises that help patients progress to gain strength, flexibility, or muscle control to enable patients to self-manage their conditions. Educational Seminars are information sessions where a Physiotherapist will provide information to a group of patients on a certain topic such as lower back pain and tips on coping and self-management. Clinicians and patients discuss together the need for 1-to-1 treatment or whether a group setting may be more effective. A group setting can be helpful for patients to see other people with the same condition and our Exercise Classes and Educational Seminars are well rated by our patients.

Meet your Camden team

Matt Cook

Clinical Service Manager

Rory Twogood

Team Lead Physiotherapist

Aideen Larmer

Senior Physiotherapist (MSK SIG)

Claire Park

Senior Physiotherapist

Jack Holroyde

Senior Physiotherapist

Susan Callanan

Team Lead Physiotherapist

Dalvir Sidhu

Team Lead Physiotherapist

Victoria Fisher

Team Lead Physiotherapist

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Patient Resources

Ongoing support
View videos, exercise guides, fact sheets and resources covering all areas of the body as well as falls, rheumatology and pain.

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Patient Portal

Your care in one place
Online portal enabling you to manage your NHS appointments with one click from your smartphone.

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PhysioNow

Digital tools to help you
PhysioNow is a digital self-assessment tool that helps you rapidly get the best care to manage your symptoms or injury.