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Paediatric Physiotherapy & Paediatric Osteopathy

Highly Experienced Paediatric Physiotherapists and Osteopaths treating babies and children in London since 2008

Initial session (Assessment & Treatment) for a specific condition £75

Full baby check-up (Baby MOT) £100

If you have Bupa or Axa insurance, you cannot book online, please call us.

0207 125 0262

Appointments available on short notice in our 3 locations or at your home

Our treatments are covered by all the major health insurances

We are registered with Bupa UK, Bupa International, Axa PPP, Axa International, Cigna and WPA. If you have these insurances, give us a call or use our contact form.

Paediatric Physiotherapy

  • Baby MOT: Full assessment
  • Feet deformation: baby feet turning inward or outward, Clubfoot
  • Developmental delay: Late crawling, walking or sitting
  • Neurological & motor conditions: Cerebral palsy, Erb’s Palsy, hypotonia
  • Torticollis and stiff neck: Baby turns head on one side
  • Flat head syndrome
  • Brachial plexus injury
  • Hip dysplasia
  • Chest physiotherapy
  • Baby Massage

Paediatric Osteopathy

  • Rebalancing baby after delivery
  • Baby cranial osteopathy
  • Reflux, colic, constipation
  • Sleeping disorder and unsettled baby
  • Recurrent respiratory conditions

Children Physiotherapy

  • Scoliosis
  • Posture
  • Injury & Fracture

0207 125 0262


South West London


Light Centre Belgravia

7-9 Eccleston street,

London SW1W 9LX

South London


Make Me Feel Pharmacy

25 Abbeville Road, Clapham,

London, SW4 9LA

East London


Light Centre Moorgate

114 London Wall,

London EC2M 5QD


The physiotherapist’s professionalism is a blessing and spares the mom from worrying, reading up useless internet forums and wondering whether to disturb the GP on the phone every other day!
Charlotte C. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Thank you for treating my baby for his stiff neck, he is now turning his head perfectly.
Sylvie P. 
The technique is so efficient, I wonder why it is not more common in England. Thanks to French medicine.
Slavka G.