The first session will include an assessment to identify the injury or the condition the patient is suffering from, which may affect the muscles, joints, bones, and soft tissues.


    The next step will be creating a treatment plan which includes a hands-on approach with joint mobilization, stretching, deep and soft tissue massage, muscles and fascia release.

    It also includes advice and education, the use of therapeutic exercises (strengthening and balance) to facilitate neuromuscular control of the movement, rehabilitation work, in terms of managing the pain, restoring the movement, and reducing the risk of injury or illness in the future.


    Physiotherapy can help the following conditions:

    • Pain
    • Stiffness
    • Injury ( sport or work-related)
    • Loss of balance
    • Functional problems
    • Poor posture
    • Rehabilitation after orthopedic surgery and injury ( e.g. sprains, strains, fractures, back pain)
    • Pre-surgery preparation





    Myofascial release is a gentle no- invasive hands-on technique that works on the body’s connective tissue – fascia- to release physical restrictions and pain disorders caused by sensitivity and tightness in your myofascial tissues.


    Coming from a holistic tradition, it takes a mind-body approach, recognizing that emotional experiences and trauma can play an important part in our experience of pain.


    The benefits of Myofascial Release are:

    • Reduce pain.
    • Release knots/trigger points.
    • Improve movement and flexibility.
    • Improve muscle function.
    • Enhance circulation by breaking up the tight areas where blood flow may become restricted.
    • Reduce exercise-related soreness.

    Myofascial release is especially for people who experienced chronic pain from:


    · Accident and injury

    · Surgery and scar tissue

    · The repetitive nature of their work or leisure activities (e.g. computers or gardening)

    · Their posture

    · Stress






    Gentle manual therapy that aids to release the restriction of the connective tissue (fascia) in the abdominal and pelvic cavities. The gentle forces encourage the normal movements of the organs (viscera) and allow them to glide smoothly within the body. Visceral Manipulation can potentially improve the function of the individual organs, organ systems, and the structural integrity of the entire body.


    Visceral Manipulation can help with the following conditions:


    - Constipation

    - Acid Reflux

    - IBS

    - Colitis

    - Ovary/ Menstrual symptoms

    - Endometriosis

    - Indigestion

    - Cramps

    - Abdominal pain






    A massage technique that's mainly used to treat musculoskeletal issues, such as strains and sports injuries with a firm and sustained pressure using slow, deep strokes to target the inner layers of your muscles and connective tissues.

    Deep tissue massage will work out the knots from stressed, overworked muscles and connective tissue to alleviate immediate pain, as well as chronic joint and muscle pain. It also promotes faster healing by increasing blood flow and reducing inflammation.


    Deep tissue massage can help with different conditions such as:


    - Chronic pain

    - Limited mobility

    -Recovery from injuries

    - Repetitive strain injury

    - Muscle tension or spasm

    - After workout






    Lymph drainage massage has a potential health benefit. This massage focuses on the lymphatic system and helps the body maintain proper blood circulation, body fluid balance, and immune functions.

    Rhythmic movements with very light pressure stimulate the lymphatic system ( which is very superficial, close to the skin) and make the lymph fluid move easily through the tissues and lymph nodes, which filter all the debris and waste products present in the lymphatic system. It helps, in fact, to increase the flow of toxins through the body and back to the organs that eliminate them, such as the spleen and the liver.




    Lymphatic drainage massage can be used in people suffering from:


    - Swelling or edema

    - Skin disorders

    - Stress

    - Digestive problems

    - Arthritis






    Valeria has been working as a physiotherapist since 2010 after graduating from the University La Sapienza in Rome.
    She gained many years of experience working in a range of disciplines including neurological, orthopedic, cardiorespiratory, and musculoskeletal rehabilitation. She decided to specialize in musculoskeletal physiotherapy after coming to work in England and established herself in the private sector.
    Valeria offers a hands-on manual therapy approach to physiotherapy treatment including joint mobilization, passive stretches, muscles and myofascial release, together with an effective exercise programme adapting strengthening and balance exercises to each client depending on their needs.
    Valeria is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) ​

  • Clinic Locations




    169 Borough High St, London

    SE1 1HR


    Breathe London Wellbeing


    34 Colombo St, London

    SE1 8DP




    Address available on request


    50 min treatment £75


    30 min treatment £45


    SMS 07450809796

    Terms & Conditions