Harley Street Physiotherapy – A newly refurbished physio clinic and studio on Harley Street

Harley Street Physiotherapy is located close to Marylebone, Oxford Street and the West End. We are on the world-famous Harley Street, which is a befitting location for our award winning Physiotherapy team.

The clinic has recently undergone a complete refurbishment and re-opened in January 2020.

Experience physiotherapy like never before

Our new Harley Street clinic has three consultation rooms. These have been designed with client comfort in mind. Every detail has been considered from super comfy treatment beds to calming colours. This is where your journey begins. In other words, this is where our physiotherapists assess and diagnose you, explain your treatment plan and do the ‘hands-on’ part of your treatment.

The Harley Street Physiotherapy clinic has a state-of-the-art strength and conditioning gym. Here, our physiotherapists work with clients to improve movement and re-build strength. This room has been designed and kitted out by Eleiko with functional rehabilitation in mind. In other words, you get access to the same rehabilitation that top athletes do.

The clinic also has a bright and airy reformer Pilates studio. This is mostly used for one to one and small group sessions as part of a clients individual treatment plan. However, we also have a full studio timetable for classes.

Changing and shower facilities are also available at the clinic.

Physiotherapy at our Harley Street clinic

Our physiotherapists in Harley Street specialise in assessing, diagnosing and treating a wide range of injuries. We also screen for weaknesses in the body. We fix problems but moreover we aim to prevent them from getting worse. If you see us early, we can often pick up underlying issues and prevent injuries.

Hands on treatment is an important part of what we do however, the real value in our approach comes from spending time with our clients. We set out clear recovery plans that align with your goals. In short, we believe in getting results that last, not just quick fixes.

Looking for another nearby location – check out our full list of physio clinics in London.


Open for face-to-face appointments

Our Harley Street clinic is now open for face-to-face appointments with several measures in place:

  • Client screening

  • Enhanced hygiene practices

  • Use of PPE

We also request you bring a mask to your appointment.

You can read more about the measures here.


Book Face-to-Face Physiotherapy

033 0333 0435

42 Harley Street

Opening hours

  • Monday
    08:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday
    08:00 - 20:00
  • Wednesday
    08:00 - 20:00
  • Thursday
    08:00 - 20:00
  • Friday
    08:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday
    09:00 - 15:00


  • Physiotherapy Initial Assessment (45 mins)
  • Physiotherapy Follow-up Treatment (30 mins)
  • Physiotherapy Follow-up Treatment Block Booking (6 x 30 mins)
    £240 (£40 per session)

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What our customers say about the Harley Street Physiotherapy clinic

Marian Wilson-Smith
Marian Wilson-Smith

5 out of 5 stars

posted 3 years ago

Excellent experience. Total confidence in Sarah. She is approaching my problem from several different angles. Also very happy with efficient and cheerful receptionist.

Paul Zollinger-Read
Paul Zollinger-Read

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 years ago

Excellent professional service from Libby Sharp and her team. Through her intervention I have avoided back surgery, and have progressed from not being able to walk more than half a mile to no limits. A good balance of instruction and encouragement.
Good access...easy to make appointments..great facilities...first class team

Paul Zollinger-Read

Adam Lancaster
Adam Lancaster

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 year ago

Excellent friendly service and they totally sorted out my persistent back injury.