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Oakwood Physiotherapy Clinic, North London - Find us

The Oakwood Physiotherapy Clinic Limited is located near to Oakwood underground station (Piccadilly Line) in North London.

Buses stopping close to the Clinic include the 121, 299, 307 and 517.

There is free parking outside the Clinic and we have one dedicated parking space for disabled patients on-site.

There is wheelchair access to the clinic, disabled toilet facilities and a lift to access all areas.

Opening times

The Oakwood Physiotherapy Clinic is open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 8.00pm and Saturday from 9.00am to 4.30pm.

We usually have same-day appointment availability for people requiring immediate treatment.

Home visits are available by arrangement.

The Clinic can also provide off-site physiotherapy services to nursing homes, day centres, occupational health departments and businesses.

Telephone: 020 8440 3629 Email:

Local Areas We Service

We are based locally in Oakwood, North London, a short journey from Southgate, Palmers Green, Winchmore Hill, Barnet, Hadley Wood. We are based in N14 and are local to N13, N21, EN1, N11, N22 and more.

We are available to treat anyone who can reach us, though the following are local areas that many of our local physiotherapists treat people from:

  • Southgate N14
  • Winchmore Hill N21
  • Palmers Green N13
  • Enfield EN1, EN2, EN3 and EN4
  • Barnet and East Barnet EN4 and EN5
  • Hadley Wood N11
  • North Finchley N12
  • New Southgate
  • Friern Barnet
  • Cockfosters
  • Bounds Green
  • Arnos Grove

Our postcode is N14 4AP and we are easily reachable by car – with dedicated parking spaces for patients – or by the 121 or 307 bus that stops just a few minutes’ walk away at Oakwood Station or the 299 which stops one-minute walk away from the clinic.

The clinic is only 7-8 mins walk from Oakwood tube station, so those travelling from Arnos Grove, Cockfosters, Bounds Green, Wood Green or Southgate Station can reach us easily. We have free on-site parking as well as disabled access.

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