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Patient Access is provided by our clinical system supplier. It allows our patients to book appointments, request repeat prescriptions and send doctors secure messages. These messages will be responded to within 48 hours and you must actively log on to view this. You need to register in person at the practice for this service. Please bring a form of photo ID to register.  If you request a prescription and it is rejected please contact us.


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Physiotherapy is a key service for those with physical impairments resulting from injury or disease. Physiotherapy aims to help patients regain their full physical abilities or make best use of impaired function. A physiotherapist uses their skills to assess and treat conditions through the application of specialist techniques. In some cases they advise patients how to self manage their condition/symptoms using home programmes and health education/information.

A physiotherapy service is provided at Balham Park Surgery by a physiotherapist from St George's Hospital on a Friday. If you feel you may benefit from physiotherapy please make an appointment to discuss your symptoms with your GP. They can then advise you on how to access the service. You will either be seen at the surgery or at St George’s Hospital. However, some services such as women’s health, paediatric physiotherapy and neurological physiotherapy are based at St George’s Hospital. Should you require these services or there is a significant waiting list at the surgery you will be seen at St George’sHospital.

Watch our Introduction to Physiotherapy on our podcast page. 

Surrey Physio

Some physiotherapy services in the surgery are also provided by an AQP (Any Qualified Provider) company, Surrey Physio.  They have provided some useful information leaflets: 

Back Pain


Hip Pain

Knee Pain

Neck Pain

Shoulder Pain

Information relating to Arthritis.

Arthritis Research UK has produced a wealth of arthritis information that is specifically designed to help people affected by arthritis, making this information available on this website is not possible.

For information on conditions, drugs, treatments and living with arthritis please see the Arthritis Research UK website.