Why We Are Different to Other Physiotherapy Clinics in Putney?
Established in 1999 Physio4Life is one of the longest standing, private physiotherapy clinics in Putney. We work alongside the most knowledgeable health experts in the local community; Maintaining close relationships with specialist consultants, GPs and sports medicine doctors. This ensures unparalleled client care during recovery from an injury or operation.
Our initial Physiotherapy appointments are 60 minutes. This guarantees a full assessment, accurate diagnosis and treatment.
More than Physio
Our name may suggest we are only a physiotherapy clinic but we are so much more. Offering a range of massage therapy services including, sports massage, deep tissue massage, relaxation massage, therapeutic massage, pilates, orthotics, gait scanning, sports injury rehabilitation and personal training.
Senior Physiotherapist and Clinical Director: Mark Saunders
Founder of Physio4Life Mark Saunders has a varied background of strength and conditioning influenced by his days in the Army. As a Physiotherapist in Putney he has worked for the NHS, in Professional Rugby, Army Sports Injuries and Rehab Clinics. His work in professional sport has encouraged a specialist interest in running injuries. This includes; running biomechanics, lower limb rehabilitation and the development of custom made orthotics to help prevent injury. Physio4Life uses the latest in digital technology and gait scans to help diagnose the causes of running injuries and provide treatment.
Specialist Physiotherapy for Athletes
Mark has supported a number of athletes including Chrissie Wellington (World Ironman Champion), Oli Wilson (Golf Pro) and professional triathletes such as Rachel Joyce and Tamsin Lewis. He has successfully looked after professional Rugby Players from Saracens, London Welsh and Chelsea Football club as well as celebrities and musicians including Take That and Snow Patrol. He actively supports the Help for Heroes Fund and has taken part in a number of rugby matches to raise funds for those badly injured whilst serving the Army overseas.