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Expert in: Physiotherapy
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Chris Myers is an extended scope physiotherapist, musculoskeletal sonographer and independent prescriber. He uses ultrasound to diagnose muscle, ligament, tendon and nerve problems. He carries out ultrasound guided joint and soft tissue injections to provide rapid, targetted pain relief.


 

 

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy , Hand Therapist

Ms Sally Waters is a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience, working in the NHS, the private sector and at Imperial College since 1992. She is a specialist in examination, assessment & diagnosis. She is an experienced manual therapist providing mobilisations & a wide variety of soft tissue techniques. She treats all neuromusculoskeletal problems including sports injuries, any joint, muscle, tendon, bone or ligament problem (acute or chronic) and back and neck pain including sciatica & trapped nerves. She is very experienced in tailoring individual exercise programmes & rehabilitation.

Sally qualified from St Thomas’s Hospital and trained with the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, undertaking extensive specialised post-graduate training in neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy. 

She was then employed as a Senior Physiotherapist at Charing Cross Hospital and the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. Since 1992 she headed up the Physiotherapy service at the Imperial College Health Centre, treating Imperial College staff and students and also worked for the Royal College of Music. Privately she has worked at the Harley Street Clinic, the Royal Ballet School and consulted at the English National Ballet, treating the dancers and carrying out orthopaedic assessments.

Sally has lectured in College on manual handling, posture, back/neck care & workstation advice and is currently their Occupational Health Physio. She provides sports injury management and was appointed as a Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) Physio as well as working extensively with the Sports Scholars at Imperial.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
Recommended by 1 specialist
General Physiotherapy

Ms Krina Panchal is a Physiotherapist and Nutritional Therapist based in London, UK. She was awarded her BSc in Physiotherapy from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2010, having already completed a Biomedical Sciences degree at the same university. She has since undertaken postgraduate training in Nutritional Therapy, allowing her to offer combined physiotherapy and nutritional advice to better manage her patients. 

Within physiotherapy Ms Panchal has a subspecialist interest in temporomandibular joint disorders and headaches, having attending numerous national and international courses and worked with many doctors and surgeons in London.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Mr Reece Noble is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist who applies a multifaceted approach to injury and pain management combining manual therapy, exercise prescription and education.

Mr Noble received his Bachelor degree in physiotherapy from LaTrobe University (Melbourne, Australia) and his Masters degree in exercise science (Strength and Conditioning) from Edith Cowan University (Perth, Australia). 

Reece has worked in private practice settings both in Australia and London. He has a vast experience in the treatment of sports injuries and a variety of musculoskeletal issues, postoperative rehabilitation as well as pain education and management. Mr Noble is particularly interested in sports injuries prevention and treatment. He has worked with runners, skiers, snowboarders, netball teams and Australia Rules Football teams.  

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Ashleigh is a consultant physiotherapist and Clinical Director at Ultra Sports Clinic. She has acquired an impressive 18 years of experience under her belt as a world-class physiotherapist building up a reputation that has seen her treat musicians, athletes, and celebrities all over the world. Ashleigh has worked with international teams such as the GB Diving Team and the South African David & Federation Cup Tennis team and more.

Ashleigh's specialty lies in muscular-skeletal injuries and she holds a particular interest in rugby, golf, tennis, and water sports. Because of her vast experience, Ashleigh understands the physiological drive and biomechanics of her patients and is, therefore, able to develop rehabilitation and prevention programs tailored to their needs.


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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Miss Leonie Cameron is a Consultant Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise Six Physio Fleet Street, in London. Her specialist interest is Dizzy Physiotherapy and her areas of interest include dry needling, coccyx injury, neck and shoulder rehabilitation and sports and gym.

Miss Cameron graduated from the University of Otago, New Zealand and she has worked in private practise roles in New Zealand and Australia, before moving to London to work for Six Physio. She has also worked for Rugby clubs and as a sports physio.

Miss Cameron has a passion for patient wellbeing and a passion for sport.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
22 years of experience
General Physiotherapy

Mr Gareth Ziyambi brings over 20 years of extensive clinical experience in elite sport and private practice to his role as a principal physiotherapist at A2Z Elite Health. 

Described as having an easy bedside manner and at ease with explaining complex problems, Mr Ziyambi's clinical interests include the management of complex shoulder, upper and low back, hip and knee injuries, for which he uses an array of assessment techniques and equipment to provide definitive information and guide rehabilitation plans. He also has interests in training in various sports and rehabilitating sports injuries including Running, Triathlon, Swimming, Tennis, Golf and CrossFit injuries.


Mr Ziyambi’s clinical interests also include advanced rehabilitation working alongside leading Sports Medicine, Pain and Orthopaedic consultants. This includes the use of blood flow restriction training, functional electrical stimulation as well as creating rehabilitation protocols that have been used at an elite level and in the clinic. 

Mr Ziyambi qualified in 1997 in his native Zimbabwe and established a successful practice there as well as working with a number of sports including Davis Cup Tennis, Cricket, Hockey and Athletics before moving to the UK in 2004.

Mr Ziyambi worked extensively in the elite sport sector most notably with British Diving since 2006 during which he was the Head Physiotherapist for 6 years. He also works with Energy Standard swimming Club, the first international swimming club with top swimmers from different countries. He has worked at the English Institute of Sport and has consulted for British Swimming 

He has attended 4 Olympic Games (Athens, Beijing, London & Rio), 2 All-Africa Games, the Afro-Asia Games (as a physiotherapist for Africa Athletics in India) as well as 11 World Championships and numerous European Championships and World Series competitions with British Diving.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Sammy Margo is a highly experienced Physiotherapist who first established her Sammy Margo Physiotherapy clinic more than 30 years ago. She qualified as a Physiotherapist in London, before undertaking an MSc in Physiotherapy at University College London and The Middlesex Hospital. In addition to this, she has also been awarded a qualification in Aerobics and Pilates, which she often integrates into her ‘balanced body’ approach in her treatments.

Sammy has worked for the National health service and for many football clubs, including Finchley, Barnet, and Wingate. More impressively, whilst working at Barnet Football Club, she was the first female-chartered physiotherapist in English football. She is also involved with the media and has appeared on the radio and television in discussing physiotherapy, sleep, and lifestyle issues. Mrs. Margo also holds membership with the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP).


 

 

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