Since 2008, Baby Physio has been the leading Paediatric physiotherapy & Osteopathy practice in London, offering a wide range of treatments and rehabilitations for babies and children. They believe that, early treatments and prevention, are the key to a healthy early life.

Because it is always faster and more effective to treat a baby’s condition when detected early, Baby Physio goes beyond the usual baby rehabilitation and treatment. They offer full baby physiotherapy assessment in order to treat any condition at an early stage as well as, baby postnatal osteopathy rebalancing treatment, helping releasing tensions in baby’s body from the birth to avoid underlying conditions to develop.

Their team is composed of international paediatric physiotherapists and cranial osteopaths who have between 5 and 20 years of experience in treating babies and children of all ages. Undergoing regularly specialised training, each therapist has its specialty whether it is in orthopaedics, neurology, respiratory or digestive treatments.

Passionate in treating babies and children, Baby Physio’s physiotherapists and cranial osteopaths often team up to give to your baby the best outcome possible.

Baby physio team speaks English, French, Italian, Portuguese and Spanish

Clinics and Home Visits

Baby Physio has 3 paediatric clinics around London and also offer home visit for patients who cannot come to the practice.

Baby Physio Belgravia Clinic (2 mins walk from Victoria Station)
7-9 Eccleston Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9LX.

Baby Physio Monument Clinic (2 mins walk for Monument Station)
36 St Mary at Hill, London EC3R 8DU

Baby Physio Clapham (2 mins walk from Clapham South Station)
25 Abbeville Rd, London SW4 9LA

Home Visit in Central London


0207 125 0262

0782 455 3765

Book Online by: CLICKING HERE

Baby Physio is covered by all major health insurance including Bupa, Axa, Cigna and WPA.

Facebook: @babyphysiolondon

Available physiotherapy and cranial osteopathy treatments




  • Bronchiolitis
  • Chest infection
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Asthma

Digestive (Cranial & visceral osteopathy)

General Health (Cranial Osteopath)

General Physiotherapy


  • Scoliosis & Posture
  • Sports Injuries
  • Post-surgery rehabilitation
  • Trauma

*Baby Physio is part of Excellence Physiotherapy Group

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