Well Physio established in 2020 in London by Georgios Grigoriou.
Georgios is a registered member of:
• Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
• Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
• Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)
• Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE)
Since graduating as a Physiotherapist from the Alexander Educational Institute of Thessaloniki in 2011, Georgios has gained valuable experience treating a wide range of simple and complex musculoskeletal injuries at both sports clubs and private clinics.
In Athens, Georgios gained clinical experience in both inpatient and outpatient departments, collaborating with senior orthopaedic surgeons, physiotherapists and sports physicians. He has treated people from a range of different backgrounds including Olympic and professional athletes from a number of sports including football, basketball and water polo.
After relocating to London in 2013, Georgios volunteered for the NHS where he assisted experienced healthcare professionals to organise workshops for outpatients with chronic health conditions. Later as a private clinic Senior Physiotherapist, Georgios developed his knowledge of advanced workstation ergonomics and worked closely with consultant orthopaedic specialists to provide a more effective treatment regimen for his patients.
Georgios has also contributed to the Physio the newsletter “The Healthier Life” and the magazine “220 Triathlon” on a variety of specialist topics relating to patient care, sporting injuries and physiotherapy.
Georgios has a special interest in knee, neck and lower back pain, biomechanical assessment, as well as, tension headaches, workstation related injuries and workstation assessments.
Georgios is committed to ongoing personal and professional development, and recently completed his MSc at University College London. His experience at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital improved his knowledge in the understanding of the science underpinning a physical therapy approach to the treatment of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction, and experience in clinical application of specialist rehabilitation techniques with consultant physiotherapists and orthopaedic surgeons.
A keen sportsman himself, Georgios spent ten years as a gymnast before developing an interest in weight-training, high-intensity workouts, skiing and tennis, with a particular passion for water-skiing.
Unsurprisingly, given his professional and personal background, Georgios has a particular interest and a depth of experience in treating sporting injuries, specialising in running, football, tennis, indoor climbing and gymnastics.
Georgios believes in a combination of hands-on treatment and an evidence-based exercise program. He uses a variety of treatment options including Trigger Point Release, Joint Mobilisation, Taping, Dry Needling, and Exercise Rehabilitation.
He provides a holistic approach, finding and treating the main cause of the injury, rather than focusing on single symptoms.
Committed to providing properly integrated care, for Georgios, it’s essential that his clients feel cared for, respected, safe and confident in their treatment.