I go to Fitness First gym at London Bridge. There is a physio based in the gym called "D.J Naylor Associates". They are very popular and have been based in the gym for a number of years. I had an informal chat with the physio guy a while back about a problem, and he seemed knowledgeable and helpful. I have not booked any formal sessions so can't comment.
I checked with the gym and you do not need to be a gym member to use the physio - ring the gym and they can transfer you.
One of the best Physios around is Graham at Balance physiotherapy in Clapham. He does Physio for team GB and for various national teams. He really helped me out fixing my knee and is a really nice and helpful person. He's not cheap, but you get what you pay for.
the best physiotherapist is cityclinicgroup, formaly known as citybackpainclinic.
there situated on borough high street london se1,
they sorted my back out, within weeks, i had been to other physios with this, and got no joy even after paying a lot of money in the process. i came across chris who is the physiotherapist and within a couple of weeks, the pain had gone, and hes very not expensive like others. if anyone wants a good physio in the future, waste no time and contact him, his web page is www.cityclinicgroup.com
I needed someone to come and do a home visit for my 90-year-old auntie who's hurt her back, and he was the only one in the area who'd come. He was great with her and has made a big difference to her back. He cheered us both up a lot!
a few years ago I had problems with knee/ankle/foot joints and ligaments. I had a consultation at London Bridge hospital which was pricey and moderately useful. By chance I was introduced to Natasha at Central Health physio (Chancery Lane) who spent a lot of time sorting out the problems and did a great job. Moderately expensive but worth it. I'd really recommend her.