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Our world-class lead physios have you covered, from acute trapped nerve treatment to post-surgery rehabilitation. 

Stop just living with trapped nerve pain. Stop missing your training sessions. And don’t let it become long-term. 

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No machines, no weak massages and not just a quick adjustment. 

Our proven therapists are trained in deep tissue to high standards, and you will always get strong hands-on work here. 

We’ll get hands-on to get you pain-free, moving well and feeling amazing instantly.



Your time is precious. The longer you wait, the worse it will get. 

Get correct, bespoke and efficient exercises here first to accelerate your recovery from trapped nerve. 

Our experts at One Body are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes and high performers.


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Stay a high performer with our hands-on full-body treatments, constant guidance and tailored strength and conditioning exercises. 

Get robust and aligned, reduce your stiffness, improve your mental state and get in great shape.



From slipped discs to complex shoulder injuries. From pregnancy pains to muscle and tendon strains, we've got you covered.

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Sessions include movement and exercise programming, deep sports massage, joint mobilisations, dry needling and cupping.



No more generic exercises. Regular therapist follow ups or our guided personal training sessions will hold you accountable and guide you back stronger.

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We can bill the following insurance companies for your sciatica treatment fees:

Physiotherapy – Axa PPP, Axa International, Bupa, Bupa International, Nuffield Health, Vitality, Aviva, Cigna, Cigna International, WPA, Aetna, Healix, Allianz, Health Shield and Simplyhealth and many more.

If your insurance company is not listed above, don’t worry, this is not an exhaustive list. Don’t hesitate to contact us, and we will confirm with you.

The prices per session from insurance providers can vary from our standard pricing.

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If you need to reschedule or cancel your appointment, we require 24 hours advance notice. If you cancel within 24 hours, we will process a cancellation fee equal to the value of your session.

With prepaid or insurance sessions, we will therefore deduct the value of your session from your allowance.

This notice period is an industry-standard for medical practitioners.

Please contact us if you’re unsure about attending your appointment.


To provide the best possible service to all our clients, we ask you to contact us if you are running late. We can attempt to make all necessary arrangements to ensure our specialist sees you. 

As our clinics are very busy, we may ask you to reschedule your appointment or wait for an available slot so that all our patients receive the best possible service.

Suppose you are more than 10 minutes late for your appointment without our prior agreement. In that case, we may consider you to have failed to attend, and we will process a “Did Not Attend” fee equal to the value of your session.

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If you fail to attend your treatment session or are more than 10 minutes late, we will deem you missed your appointment. We will then process a “Did Not Attend” fee equal to the value of your session.

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We at One Body LDN provide professional, medical treatment services only. At One Body, we are committed to providing a safe, respectful, and comfortable environment for all our patients and staff. To ensure this, we ask all our clients to adhere to the following behavioural guidelines:

  • Respect and Courtesy: Please treat all staff members and fellow patients with respect and courtesy. Any form of disrespectful behaviour, including but not limited to offensive language, discrimination, harassment, or bullying will not be tolerated.
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  • Safety: For the safety of our clients and staff, any form of violence or threat will result in immediate expulsion from the clinic.
  • Compliance: Please comply with any instructions provided by our staff related to your treatment or clinic policies.

Failure to comply with these guidelines may result in refusal of service. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.

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I recently started working with Magenta and I couldn't be happier with my progress so far. Magenta is incredibly knowledgeable, patient, and caring. She took the time to thoroughly assess my condition and tailored her treatment plan to my specific needs (lower back pain). Her positive attitude and encouragement made the sessions enjoyable, even when the exercises were challenging. Thanks to Magenta, I have seen a significant improvement in my mobility and overall well-being. I highly recommend Magenta to anyone in need of physiotherapy services.
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I have been very impressed with the therapy I’ve received by Magenta. She has helped with many of my pregnancy issues including lower back, neck and hip pain. She has a wealth of knowledge and is constantly up-skilling herself to ensure she has the most up to date practises. For me, she has used a combination of massage and giving me exercises to do at home. Not only that, but she has a wonderful disposition and is always happy to chat and see how I’m getting on. She has been there throughout my second and third trimester and I couldn’t be more grateful!
Thank god for Kurt and Kanvi. Without them I’d be in big trouble! Huge help with bad hip, back and neck pains. Highly recommended!
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Ollie Davies
Highly recommend Magenta/Danielle! Incredibly knowledgeable, helpful and all-around lovely people. They gave me very helpful advice/support for strength and flexibility training, including deep tissue massages and acupuncture during the sessions. Without them, I would not have been able to recover from my IT band injury before my ultramarathon this summer.
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Mihir Baxi
Great service, impressive facilities, and helpful staff! The sessions I had with Jake helped diagnose my injuries and his suggested treatments have drastically improved the situation. Would recommend!
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Rossana Zappellini
I had a very positive experience working with Magenta on my rehabilitation following a tri-malleolar ankle fracture and surgery. It was a long and tricky recovery journey, but Magenta's professionalism, advice and positive attitude were extremely helpful in dealing with the whole thing. Thank you, Magenta and One Body LDN 🙂
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Poornima Srinivasan
I was on a week's business trip to London and had severe recurrence of slip disc induced sciatic pain in my left leg. In order to prep for the long return trip back to India the next day, I went for 1 session to One body LDN. Mridul, the physio, did a great job in understanding my problem, the pain areas and providing a deep tissue massage that helped me manage my pain during the return flight. Thanks Mridul and One body LDN!


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No hard sells or tactics – unlike others, our physiotherapists in London are non-commission- based and only recommend best practices. We will not pressure you into anything. We hold you accountable to your rehab with complimentary check-ins from your therapists in between your sessions.

We hold you accountable to your rehab with complimentary check-ins from your therapists in between your sessions.

Get your form checked, get updates and recover fast.

You are busy and don’t need any unnecessary tasks in your life.

At our hubs – when you make the time for yourself, we maximise that time spent!

You can have physio, deep massage, stretching, strength training and acupuncture all in one session.

Basic copy-and-paste exercises with no or little hands-on treatments; you deserve better.

Our award-winning therapists are either former athletes or have experience working with athletes. Just turn up – and let us lead the way.

Trusted by London’s best orthopaedic consultants, corporate professionals, celebs and athletes, our therapists have undergone extensive university training and are fully registered.

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You won’t be ignored or told to just rest.

At One Body LDN, you talk; we listen. Your session starts with a thorough whole-body assessment; you’ll learn your strengths and weaknesses.

We’ll assess your posture, your movement and aim to find the root cause of your sciatica.


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Next you’ll receive a variety of hands-on.

Our approach aims to cover all areas: reduce muscle tightness, increase joint mobility and reduce pain. Allowing you to move more freely.


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No more painkillers or short-term fixes. But education to take with you.

We’ll discuss your treatment plan poing forward, and coach you through your bespoke exercises.

You can implement these at home, or we will personally train you. Giving both short and long-term fixes; whatever your goal.


With many cured and happy clients of trapped nerve treatment – we’ll meet your high expectations. Our 360° recovery approach has been designed for London’s high performers.

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Appendix: key terms and concepts for trapped nerve treatment

A pinched nerve can cause a lot of discomfort and pain. It occurs when too much pressure is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues, such as bones, cartilage, muscles or tendons. If you suspect a pinched nerve, it’s best to consult with your doctor who will conduct a physical examination and may recommend tests like blood tests to measure your fasting blood glucose or thyroid levels. While most cases are mild and can be treated at home, it’s important to assess the brand of any treatment you use and ensure they adhere to industry best practices.

Radiculopathy, commonly known as a pinched nerve, can be a painful and debilitating condition. Treatment options vary depending on the severity of the symptoms, but they may include physical therapy, medication, or surgery in extreme cases. Physiotherapy for cervical radiculopathy includes manual traction which is very effective. The goal of any treatment for radiculopathy is to reduce pain and inflammation while promoting healing and restoring function to the affected area. Consult with your healthcare provider if you are experiencing symptoms of radiculopathy.

Anti-inflammatory drugs can be helpful in treating a trapped nerve. Over-the-counter pain medications such as non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen and naproxen sodium can help reduce swelling and relieve pain in cases of minor pinched nerves. Additionally, anticonvulsants such as gabapentin and tricyclic medications like nortriptyline and amitriptyline are often used to treat nerve-related pain. Ice and heat therapy can also provide temporary relief, while splints or cervical collars may be recommended by a healthcare provider to limit motion and aid in the healing process.

Arthritis is one of the health conditions that can cause nerve compression, leading to a trapped nerve. This condition can cause pain, numbness, and weakness in the affected area. People with arthritis are more likely to develop pinched nerves due to degeneration in the spine and other parts of the body. Treatment for trapped nerves caused by arthritis may include physical therapy, medication, or surgery depending on the severity of the condition. It’s important to seek medical attention if you experience symptoms of a trapped nerve to prevent further damage and complications.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a condition that results from the compression of the median nerve as it passes through the carpal tunnel in the wrist. Symptoms can include pain, numbness, and weakness in the hand and fingers. Treatment options for carpal tunnel syndrome range from conservative measures such as splinting and physical therapy to more invasive procedures such as corticosteroid injections and surgery. High-resolution ultrasound is a helpful tool for diagnosing nerve compression syndromes, including carpal tunnel syndrome. It is important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have carpal tunnel syndrome to prevent further damage to the affected nerve.

A trapped nerve in the spinal cord can cause pain, numbness, and tingling sensations. In many cases, a herniated disk slipping out between vertebrae in the spinal cord can press on the spinal nerve that goes down the leg. Treatment options for a trapped nerve include physical therapy, medication, and surgery. A spinal tap or lumbar puncture may also be necessary to collect a sample of cerebrospinal fluid from the area surrounding your spinal cord to check for signs of inflammation or infection. It is important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have a trapped nerve in your spinal cord.

A trapped nerve can be a result of compression or pressure on the spinal cord. A herniated disc is one of the common causes of pinched nerves in the spinal cord. A spinal tap (lumbar puncture) may be necessary to collect cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) from the area surrounding the spinal cord for testing. Additionally, tests to measure fasting blood glucose or thyroid levels may also be required as part of the treatment plan. It is important to identify and address the underlying cause of a trapped nerve in order to effectively treat it.

If your doctor suspects that you have nerve root compression, they may conduct an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) test. This test utilizes a powerful magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed views of your body in multiple planes. An MRI can help identify any damage to the nerves leading to the muscles. Doctors may also use imaging tests such as CAT scans to get a better understanding of affected nerves and narrow down treatment options, which can include painkillers or corticosteroids, physical therapy, or surgery in severe cases.

Lifting heavy objects or using incorrect lifting techniques can result in a trapped nerve. If you suspect that a trapped nerve is causing your pain, it’s time to evaluate how you lift things. Lifting with your legs rather than your back is one way to prevent further damage to the affected area. In most cases, rest from exertional activity will allow the nerve, which is actively inflamed, to calm down. As the inflammatory episode resolves, activity should be resumed slowly to help condition the associated spinal muscles and soft tissues.

Trapped nerve treatment can vary depending on the underlying condition causing it. Rheumatoid arthritis is one such condition that can compress nerves, especially in the joints. Inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis can lead to pressure on nearby nerves, resulting in symptoms like pain and numbness. Treatment for trapped nerves caused by rheumatoid arthritis may include anti-inflammatory medication, physical therapy, or even surgery in severe cases. It is important to consult a healthcare professional for proper diagnosis and treatment of trapped nerve symptoms.

Rheumatoid arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation in the joints, which can put pressure on nearby nerves and cause symptoms. This can lead to a trapped nerve, which can be very painful and debilitating. Treatment for a trapped nerve caused by rheumatoid arthritis may include medications to reduce inflammation, physical therapy to improve range of motion and strength, and surgery in severe cases. It is important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have a trapped nerve caused by rheumatoid arthritis or any other condition.

Muscle weakness is a common symptom of a trapped nerve. Other symptoms may include sharp, aching or burning pain, tingling, pins and needles sensations (paresthesia), and frequent feelings that a foot or hand has “fallen asleep”. The problems related to a pinched nerve may be worse when you’re sleeping. It is important to seek medical treatment for a trapped nerve as it can put a person more at risk for other problems if left untreated. Treatment options may include rest, physical therapy, medication, or surgery depending on the severity of the case.

Physical therapy is one of the most effective treatments for a trapped nerve. A physical therapist can teach you exercises that will help to relieve pressure on the affected nerve and strengthen and stretch the muscles in the affected area. They may also recommend modifications to activities that aggravate the nerve. Stretches and light exercise recommended by a physical therapist can help ease pressure on your nerves and relieve minor pain, making it an ideal treatment option for those suffering from a trapped nerve.

A trapped nerve can cause chronic pain and if left untreated it can lead to permanent nerve damage. It is important to seek medical attention if the symptoms persist or worsen after a few days. Some factors that can increase the risk of pinched nerves include hobbies or sports activities, obesity, and certain health conditions such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and type 2 diabetes. Taking care of your body by maintaining a healthy weight and staying active can help prevent pinched nerves from occurring in the first place.

Chronic pain is a common symptom of a trapped nerve. There are various trapped nerve treatment that can help alleviate chronic pain caused by nerve entrapment, including physical therapy and medication. Physical therapy involves exercises to strengthen the affected area and improve mobility, while medication can help reduce inflammation and manage pain. In severe cases, surgery may be necessary to release the compressed nerve and relieve chronic pain. It is important to seek medical attention if chronic pain persists as it could lead to permanent nerve damage.

Electromyography is a common test used to diagnose trapped nerve conditions. During the test, a needle electrode is inserted into various muscles to evaluate their electrical activity when contracting and at rest. This helps the doctor determine if there is any damage to the nerves leading to the muscles. EMG is often performed along with nerve conduction studies to assess whether pressure on spinal nerve roots or other conditions like diabetes are causing the symptoms. Diskectomy and MRI are other treatment options commonly used for trapped nerve conditions.

If you are experiencing symptoms of a trapped nerve, your doctor may recommend an X-ray to help diagnose the issue. An X-ray can show narrowing and changing alignment of the spinal cord, as well as fractures. If needed, your doctor may also suggest more detailed imaging such as a CT scan or MRI to determine the exact location and cause of the nerve compression. It’s important to seek medical attention if you suspect you have a trapped nerve to prevent further damage or complications.

A trapped nerve treatment can be caused by a variety of factors, including bone spurs. Bone spurs are caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis and can cause nerves to become compressed or pinched. In some cases, surgery may be required to remove the bone spurs or part of a herniated disk in the spine. Women are more likely than men to develop carpal tunnel syndrome due to having smaller carpal tunnels, which can also be caused by bone spurs. Treatment for a trapped nerve depends on the underlying cause and severity of the condition.

Neck pain can be caused by a trapped nerve treatment. Treatment options include physical therapy, medication, and surgery in severe cases. It is important to identify the underlying cause of the trapped nerve, which could be due to poor posture or repetitive movements. Physical therapy can help relieve neck pain by improving posture and strengthening neck muscles. Pain medication can also provide temporary relief but should not be relied on for long-term treatment. Surgery is usually reserved for severe cases where conservative treatments have failed to provide relief.

A trapped nerve occurs when excessive pressure is applied to a nerve by surrounding tissues, such as muscles, tendons, or bones. It can cause pain, numbness, and weakness. Treatment options include rest, physical therapy, pain medication, and in severe cases, surgery to relieve the pressure on the nerve.

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