Six Physio Parsons Green

Call: 020 7371 7666

699 Fulham Road, London SW6 5UJ

Fulham Physio – Parsons Green

Our Parsons Green physio clinic in South West London, provides exceptional physiotherapy services to help solve that niggling back issue or guide you through your fitness journey. Whether it’s your first time visiting a physio or you are looking for a specialist service, we like to keep things straight-forward and will work with your requirements. 

Clinic services include manual physiotherapy, women’s health physiotherapy,, sports physio including running assessments, and pilates physiotherapy. Joint replacement treatments are also available for clients awaiting surgery.

You can also book an appointment with a virtual physio or a home visit with our physio at home service if you live within one mile of the clinic.


The clinic is located at the intersection of Parsons Green Lane and Fulham Rd, only a 2-minute walk from Parsons Green tube station.

For step-free access please contact reception, they will let you in through the main gate.

Opening Hours

Monday: 8am - 8pm

  • Tuesday: 7.30am - 8pm

    Wednesday: 7.30am - 8pm

  • Thursday: 7.30am - 7pm

    Friday: 7.30am - 4pm

  • Saturday: 9am - 3pm

    Our team at Six Physio Parsons Green:

    What is Physiotherapy?

    Physiotherapy is an allied health care profession aimed to help people achieve their maximum level of physical function as comfortably as possible.

    What does a Physiotherapist do?

    A physio is an allied health professional who helps people of all ages, and from all walks of life. We help with a range of things whether it is related to pain, function, movement, sports, injury, pre/post surgery and rehabilitation.

    A physio will take time to understand your reason for the appointment, your story to date and ask you some questions around this. Then they will take you through a physical examination based on the information you have provided, safety needs and your goals. From there a treatment plan will discussed with you. The physio may recommend that you meet with other healthcare professionals to put together the best possible care plan for you. 

    Physio treatment will often involve some or all of these modalities: manual therapy, taping, splinting, acupuncture, exercise, education, rehabilitation, making changes to your lifestyle/posture, or soft tissue release work.

    Are Physios doctors?

    Most physios are not doctors. Physio is one of the allied healthcare professionals. There are two entry routes; either a BSc or an MSc. There are some physios who do hold a doctorate qualification depending on the country which they trained and the qualification system locally, and also some physios who have taken on a PHD in a related field.

    What to wear to a Physio appointment?

    Something loose that you can move in, or gym kit. It’s really important that we can see the bit of the body that we are looking at; if you have a knee or hip injury for example, it’s important we can see the knee so shorts are best.

    How long is a Physio appointment?

    Either 30 or 60 minutes.

    Can a Physio help arthritis?

    Yes, there are lots of ways that we can help with arthritis. There are many different types of arthritis so treatment will vary accordingly.

    Can a Physio help sciatica?

    Yes, in most situations there are many different ways that physio can help and even resolve sciatica. Occasionally an onward referral to other health professionals is needed to compliment physio treatment to get the best best outcome.

    Can a Physio help neck pain?

    Yes, Physio can help with neck’s that are tight, sore, uncomfortable, blocked in one direction or even stuck in one position. 

    Can a physio help back pain?

    Yes, many people who have back pain get great relief from Physiotherapy. It can help in the acute stages or later down the line.

    How to self refer for Physio?

    Give us a call, leave a voicemail or drop us an email. Our admin team will help with the rest. If you have any investigations or letters from other professionals these can be helpful to send us prior to the appointment too.

    How much does a Physio cost?

    There’s a huge variability to this depending on; location, insurer (or not), duration of appointment, the level of skill of the physio and other factors like specialist services.

    Should I see a private physiotherapist?

    The benefits of seeing a private physiotherapist are that you can get timely appointments with very little waiting lists, we only employ top notch physios with a good breadth of experience and that we will put your best interests as our number one priority rather than being limited by arbitrary financial targets set by the government. 

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