Initial consultation £70 Follow up £45
Physiotherapy helps people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.
Jane has over 25 years experience as a physiotherapist including a Masters degree in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy. She has extensive experience in pre/post op rehabilitation, whiplash, chronic neck and back pain and shoulder rehab. Her treatment is hands-on with the aim of pain reduction and the restoration of normal movement and function. Her special interests include fascial dysfunction and those hard-to-treat pains.
Bill qualified as a Physio in 2006 following on from a degree in sports injury rehab & sports science. He is passionate about keeping people active after injury. His special interests include movement assessment & injury prevention, which he incorporates into his manual and exercise based treatment. This may include joint & soft tissue mobilisation, taping, dry needling & functional exercises. Bill was a keen rugby player but now keeps fit whether it’s on a bike, in the gym or walking trails.
Trish Formby has been a qualified physiotherapist for over 25 years. She has a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy. Trish set up a very successful physiotherapy practice in Kensington in 2002 consisting of Physiotherapists, Pilates Instructors, Massage therapists etc. which she sold in 2013.
Trish taught shoulder rehab at Kings College, at Masters Level, for many years and she was named as one of the top physiotherapists in London by Tatler magazine.
She is a Director and Founder of The Boxgrove.
Physiotherapist – Women’s Health, Men’s Health & Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation
Funmi has over 20 years experience in pelvic health physiotherapy. She has a postgraduate certificate in Continence and was one of the first cohort of physiotherapists to become an independent prescriber.
She has a wealth of knowledge in managing: Women and men with bladder and bowel dysfunction; Pelvic floor muscles dysfunction; Pelvic pain; Pelvic girdle pain during pregnancy and Postnatal rehabilitation of pelvic floor and abdominal muscles.
When necessary, she uses adjunctive treatments such EMG biofeedback and neuromuscular electrical stimulation to optimize treatment outcomes.
Emma qualified from Brunel Universtity in 2000. Working initially in the NHS she developed a special interest in hand and wrist rehabilitation and qualified as a British Association hand therapist.
After moving into the private sector, Emma qualified as an APPI pilates instructor and has used this as part as her day to day rehabilitation as well as teaching classes. More recently Emma has developed her rehabilitation skills by certifying as a JEMS practicioner ,which has enhanced her treatment of multiple pathologies.
Emma’s aim is to help you understand the cause of your symptoms, regain what you have lost, optimize your body’s natural movement and give you the understanding as to how your body works best.