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Specialising in older person's physiotherapy

Serving Wimbledon And Local Areas

Specialising in older person's physiotherapy

Serving Wimbledon And Local Areas

Specialising in older person's physiotherapy

Serving Wimbledon And Local Areas

About Domus Physiotherapy

A personalised home-based approach


I offer physiotherapy in the comfort of your own home to help you recover or maintain your ability to manage everyday activities.

Ageing affects our balance, flexibility, strength, bone health and cognition which may lead to pain, reduced ability to manage every day activities, fear of falling, unsteadiness and in some cases can lead to falls. When we are older it can also take longer to recover from illness or a hospital stay.

I can help you to improve these issues using tailored, evidence-based exercise programs at a pace that is right for you. I can help you to remain active, independent and confident at home. 

What to expect

I will meet with you in the comfort of your own home for a comprehensive assessment to get to know you and understand what movement challenges you are facing.

I will assess your current strength, balance, exercise tolerance and function. Together, we will develop a personalised exercise treatment plan that helps you move towards your goals.

Services and Fees



I can help you with a number of common conditions.

Falls and reduced mobility

Post hospital or acute illness rehabilitation

Pre or post-surgery rehabilitation

Osteoarthritis and joint problems

Bone health including osteoporosis and fragility fractures


Pulmonary rehabilitation


Comprehensive initial assessment 60 minutes - £80

60 minute follow up appointment - £80

Up to 45 minute follow up appointment - £60


Get in touch to make an appointment or discuss your needs by clicking the button below or phoning on 07305 305 625

Lesley Hodgson



After qualifying from St George’s University, London in 2017 with a BSc in Physiotherapy, I worked in the NHS for five years, specialising in older person's physiotherapy. In addition to my private practice, I work part-time for the NHS specialising in falls and bone health. I have experience in helping older people with frailty, falls, acute deconditioning, fragility fractures, postural hypotension and a wide range of chronic conditions.

I am HCPC registered, a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, a member of AGILE (Chartered Physiotherapists working with Older People) and a member of the British Geriatric Society.

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