With Liam St Peirre

Thursday evenings from 5pm

Wholelife physiotherapy was established with the aim of providing a carefully tailored service that treats each patient as a unique individual. Our aim is to have a real and positive impact, improving the quality and wellbeing of people’s lives.

We understand that there’s a co-relation between a healthy body and a healthy mind and problems with one will certainly impact on the other. Our aim is to provide a whole-life solution to your health problems.

We are not into a quick-fix approach whose benefits will likely be short-lived, nor are we advocates of recipe-based treatment. We seek instead to get to the very core of the problem and provide a real long-term solution.

However, we’re not going to keep you any longer than you need: at Wholelife we believe in value for money – we’re going to give you the best treatment in the correct amount of sessions. Getting you going, steering you back to a healthy, happy, wholelife.

At Yoga Place Liam St Pierre is the physiotherapist. Liam is a senior physiotherapist with extensive experience of treating a wide range of muscle, bone and joint problems. He loves what he does, which is working with people to help them get better or give them the tools they need to manage long term conditions.

He is trained to Masters level and works in GP surgeries, hospital A&E and sports medicine clinics. While at the Royal London Hospital he worked with clinicians from Arsenal Football Club and the British Olympic team.

In technical terms Liam practices musculoskeletal physiotherapy and has built up a strong interest in the diagnosis, treatment and management of acute and sub-acute soft tissue injuries, spinal disorders and hand injuries. Liam is also an acupuncturist and a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

Liam has acted as a physiotherapy consultant to The Guardian newspaper, and worked with a range of people from stuntmen to professional musicians. He says:

“When things go wrong with the body the negative effects are mental as well as physical. Having an injury can all too often bring with it the fear of re-injury, anxiety about return to sport or work and frustration at our bodies’ frailties.

Thorough our detailed assessment we can identify the people’s specific problem and offer a tailored treatment program that is right for them, giving them the confidence to get back on track with their life.”

To book an appointment you can call: 07974 122603 or email liam@wholelifephysio.com

Further details can be found on the website: www.wholelifephysio.com