Waterloo Physio Clinic

CPPG’s Waterloo Physiotherapists are involved in helping people of all ages, from children to the elderly, from all walks of life. They commonly treat people suffering back or neck pain, general aches and pains, and sports injuries. This means we are able to help with any muscle, bone, joint or ligament problem you may have. We also have Physiotherapists, who treat using techniques such as manual therapy, exercise and acupuncture. 

We have an award winning team of Physiotherapists who are trained to assess the underlying causes of joint, muscle and nerve injuries so you can be confident of the treatment and advice that you receive.

Find a more comprehensive list of our services here, or better yet, give us a call on the number below.

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Contact Details

The Gym Waterloo, 195-203 Waterloo Road, Baron's Place, London
SE1 8UX

 020 8778 9050
 020 8659 1501
enquiries@cppg.co.uk

Opening Hours

Tuesday 8am to 4.30pm
Wednesday 8am to 7pm
Thursday 8am to 4.30pm
Friday 8am to 4pm (from 4 January 2019)

Other Information

Meet the team 

Services at this site

What to expect

Directions

Our Waterloo Physiotherapy clinic is based within The Gym Waterloo. This can be accessed on Baron’s Place off Waterloo Road. This is great location if you want to see a physiotherpist in the Waterloo or Southwark area.  Please be aware that The Gym does not allow anyone under 16 within their premises, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause our clients and visitors.  Please be prepared to show your appointment confirmation on arrival at The Gym.  

 By Car

The Waterloo physio clinic is accessible via the A301 / Waterloo Road. There is tariffed parking available at Waterloo Station, Great Suffolk Street and Upper Marsh car parks.

 By Rail

Waterloo and waterloo East Train Stations are 5-10minutes walk away.

 By Bus

The 1,68, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188 all stop within a 5 minute walk.

 By Tube

Waterloo, Southwark and Lambeth North Tube Stations are 5-10minutes walk away.

Further Information

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