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Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village Rehabilitation Clinic Now Open

Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village Rehabilitation Clinic Now Open

By Nordic Balance

Nordic Balance is pleased to announce the official opening of our new Wimbledon Village Rehabilitation Clinic.

 

From our founding location in St James’s (SW1) in 2008, we have expanded into two additional sites in South London. Alongside our Abbeville Village (SW4) clinic, we are proud to have established a brand new location, based in Wimbledon Village SW19. 

 

We are excited to bring our range of high-quality therapies and our trademark, superb quality of care to the lovely people of Wimbledon Village.  

 

The new, beautifully designed health clinic is located at 12 Church Road. From there, we will provide the local community with a wide range of natural therapies including Physiotherapy, Chiropractic, Osteopathy, Shockwave Therapy, Sports Massage and Podiatry. 

 

A Rehabilitation Clinic Offering Bespoke Treatments 

 

Our Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village therapists offer an integrated approach to health and wellbeing. With a combined 100+ years of delivering premium care, our therapists have the ability to provide patients with intuitive and state of the art treatment, which is precisely tailored to their needs. 

 

In order to continue to offer the very best in rehabilitation services, Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village is committed to investing in the latest technology and treatments. 

 

To that end, we’re proud to be able to offer ESWT (Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy), also known as Shockwave Therapy. This non-invasive and non-surgical treatment has proven results in treating musculoskeletal soft tissue injuries.

 

 

A Hub for the Local Community 

 

We’ve drawn on our strong Scandinavian influence for the design of this stunning new clinic. In it, we’ve used different textures, a sleek curved wall, clever lighting and an innovative layout to provide an environment that enhances your sessions, and promotes a positive frame of mind. 

 

In addition to our specialist therapies, the new clinic is well-positioned as a new fitness hub for the local community. From this calming and pleasant communal space, we will provide informative talks and workshops on a range of wellness-related topics.

 

Quick and Easy Bookings

 

For those receiving treatments through their health insurance provider, it couldn’t be easier – we are recognised with all major providers, and can liaise directly with the insurer to claim back the cost of treatment from them. 

 

Self-pay patients can use our simple and intuitive online booking system to find a date and time that works. From our online portal, you can easily manage your treatments to suit you.

 

If you are planning on making a booking with us, we are here to put your mind at ease. We work closely with Public Health England, as the safety of you and our team are of paramount importance to us. 

 

With social distancing measures across the clinic, vaccinations for our entire team, workplace COVID-19 testing, screenings for all visitors, and the process of turning the air occurring every 6 minutes, it is clear that safety is our top priority. At Nordic Balance, we work hard to adhere to the latest safety regulations in full.

 

To book a therapy session, or to access exclusive opening offers, visit wimbledon.nordicbalance.co.uk

 

Contact Nordic Balance Wimbledon Village

 

If you would like to find out more about our range of services please feel free to contact our team on 0203 903 6848 or email us.

 

Alternatively, feel free to pop in and say hello. You can find us at 12 Church Road, Wimbledon Village, SW19 5DL.

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