Six Physio Monument

Call: 020 3206 1082

24 Martin Lane, London EC4R 0DR

Monument Physio – City Of London

Our Monument clinic offers a range of specialist physiotherapy services as well as Men’s & Women’s Health physiotherapy, machine-based Pilates and workstation assessments. With over 20 years experience, we are the perfect bridge between your painful back, stiff shoulder or dodgy knee and being back to full function and happily managing your symptoms.


Six Physio Monument is a fabulous modern clinic residing in the basement at 24 Martin Lane, only a 1 minute walk from Monument tube station, or 3 minutes from Cannon Street.

Please note Reception hours are Monday to Friday 8am until 4.30pm

Opening Hours

Monday: 8am - 7pm

  • Tuesday: 8am - 7pm

    Wednesday: 8am - 7pm

  • Thursday: 8am - 7pm

    Friday: 8am - 4.30pm

    Our team at Six Physio Monument:

    What is Physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapy is helping people return to full function, health and fitness following injury or pain, through careful assessment and treatment planning. Within the musculoskeletal speciality, this can involve resolving injury or dysfunction in muscles, joints, ligaments etc.  

    What does a Physiotherapist do?

    Physiotherapists assess an issue within the musculoskeletal system and decide on an appropriate treatment plan to help reduce the symptoms, allowing the patient to resume normal activity. Treatment usually involves manual therapy alongside rehabilitation exercises to improve the symptoms. The physiotherapist will make treatment plans individualised to allow patients to reach their goals. 

    Are Physios doctors?

    No physiotherapists are not doctors however they work closely with doctors to ensure holistic and most appropriate care.

    What to wear to a Physio appointment?

    Wearing something you are comfortable to move around in and also to easily expose the injured area is helpful.

    How long is a Physio appointment?

    Ranging between 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on if this is a follow up or a new patient assessment. Your physiotherapist can discuss this with you at your first appointment.

    Can a Physio help arthritis?

    Yes, physiotherapy can help with painful or stiff arthritic joints through advice, education and exercises to help improve the range of motion and strength of the joint. This reduces symptoms of arthritis. 

    Can a Physio help sciatica?

    Yes, physiotherapy can help to diagnose sciatica and then create an appropriate treatment plan to reduce sciatic pain, restoring full movement and allowing patients to return to activity after an episode of sciatic pain. Physiotherapy can also help to reduce future flare up’s of sciatica.

    Can a Physio help neck pain?

    Pain in the neck can be alleviated via manual therapy and exercises following careful assessment from a physiotherapist. Neck pain is a very common condition treated by physiotherapists. 

    Can a physio help back pain?

    Back pain is another common condition treated by physiotherapists as many of the population suffer from lower back pain. Through the right exercises, advice and education lower back pain can improve with physiotherapy. Physiotherapists help to get you the right education and information about your back pain so reduce anxiety and worry that understandably comes with episodes of back pain. Sometimes manual therapy for back pain is used to help resolve symptoms quicker. Physios can also help to assess ergonomic setups which can help to reduce lower back pain.

    How to self refer for Physio?

    Yes, you can book via the website or call the clinic to book your initial assessment with a physiotherapist. 

    How much does a Physio cost?

    There can often be a range of prices for a physiotherapy consultation depending on the area you are in and the experience of the physiotherapist. It can range from £92-£107 for 30min follow-up appointments.

    Should I see a private physiotherapist?

    Private physiotherapists have the skills and expertise to treat your musculoskeletal injury. Private physiotherapy includes an individualised approach to reducing symptoms. An additional benefit is that there limited / small wait times for appointments so patients can be seen and start improving ASAP.

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