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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
General Physiotherapy

Ms Hayley Lord is the Clinical Director and Running Physiotherapist at the St James’ clinic for Six Physio. She qualified in 2013 with a First class Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham. She then began her career in physiotherapy whilst touring with the Birmingham Royal Ballet where she treated dance injuries. Following this, she worked for three years for Imperial College NHS trust where she rotated through various departments. This included musculoskeletal, trauma, stroke, orthopaedics, respiratory and elderly care. Furthermore she provided physiotherapy during many sporting events, including the London Marathon and cricket matches.   

At Six Physio she mainly provides physiotherapy for musculoskeletal and orthopaedic injuries. Moreover she is a Running Guru, in which she provides running assessments and advice for regular runners, to improve their technique and prevent running injuries. She also runs regular Pilates classes to improve muscle strength and flexibility.

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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
25 years of experience
General Physiotherapy

Mr. Tony Kosoko is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at The Practice who has additional qualifications and specialist interests in Dance and Sports Injuries, Strength and Conditioning and Men's health.

  • Following a successful 11-year career as a professional dancer Mr Kosoko retrained as a physiotherapist at Kings College University, London (1991-1995) and subsequently worked at King's College and St Mary's Hospitals in London (1995-2001). In the private sector he has worked as a specialist Sports and Dance physiotherapist across elite sports including with Rambert Dance Company, Merce Cunningham Dance Company elite  Martial Arts (Taekwondo) and Crossfit.

Mr Kosoko has completing postgraduate studies in sports physiotherapy and is a member of The Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP).

He undertook his Clinical Pilates training with Polestar Pilates in 2001 and was an educator for Polestar Pilates U.K on their rehabilitation courses.

Mr Kosoko is also a certified Strength and Conditioning Coach/Olympic Weightlifting Coach and gained his Crossfit Level 1 certification in 2011.

A keen amateur musician playing Classical/Jazz Double bass, electric bass and guitar he also sees musicians for physiotherapy at The Practice

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
Recommended by 1 specialist
General Physiotherapy

Mr Simon Gilchrist is an Australian physiotherapist and has achieved the prestigious title of APA Sports Therapist. He graduated from LaTrobe University with a Bachelor Physiotherapy in 1998, before completing his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy in 2005. He has recently completed a Graduate Certificate in Diagnostic Ultrasound; this has enabled him to combine the scanning soft tissue pathologies with clinical reasoning to achieve a diagnosis.

With over 18 years of experience as a practitioner, Mr Gilchirst his highly sought after. He helped establish a busy clinic in Marylebone before going into partnership with Matt Roberts. He believes a pro-active, hands-on approach to rehabilitation will help return athletes to their chosen sports. He uses an amalgamation of manual techniques, neural mobilisation and manipulation often in conjunction with acupuncture and dry needling. He has worked with many clients who have failed conservative or surgical management to restore function and get their lives back.

Mr Gilchrist previously competed as a 400m runner and enjoys getting out on his bike; he has even completed a stage of the Tour de France. He is passionate about all sport and fitness but has a special interest in track and field, cycling and football. He has worked with many international athletes including tennis players, footballers and champion jockeys. He has also worked and travelled with Australian Olympic athletes throughout Europe spending time in Australia’s European Training Centre.

As well as his clinical work, he guest lectures at The Royal College of Surgeons and has written two chapters in a sports medicine book. He has a specialist inters in knee and spinal rehabilitation and tendon pathology with a real emphasis on preventative medicine.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Miss Virag Szecsodi is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist who graduated with Honours from the University of Pecs in Hungary in 2017. She covers a wide range of physiotherapy including musculoskeletal, traumatic and orthopaedic rehabilitation. She has also previously worked with dancers in a dance company, who have suffered from dance-related injuries. She first encourages her patients to explain their condition and from this she can put together a customised treatment plan that her patients can follow. She aims to assist her patients in the best way possible using the techniques mobilization, taping, deep tissue massages and trigger point release. She also decided to go further in her career and complete a master’s degree to further enforce her beliefs in having a heathy body and mind.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Miss Georgie Adams is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist, Rehabilitation Physiotherapist and Men’s Health Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise Six Physio Moorgate. She specialises in Women’s Health Physiotherapy including incontinence, pelvic floor physio and pre and postnatal physiotherapy.

She qualified as a physiotherapist at the University of Notre Dame Fremantle, Perth, Western Australia. She is highly experienced, she has worked with sports clubs, hockey, football, athletics and swimming for 8 years. She also worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for 4 years in Perth. She has worked for Six Physio for the past 3 years.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Mr Alex Hunter has been working as the Clinical Director and Consultant Physiotherapist at the Parsons Green practice for Six Physio for 10 years. He qualified with a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy with a Merit from the University of Otago, New Zealand in 2004. Following this, he entered the private sector and worked for 5 years in New Zealand and Australia, and then moved to the UK and began working for Six Physio. 

Alex has provided physiotherapy to many sports teams including rugby, cricket, basketball and AFL teams. This has allowed him to develop his manual skills and understand how to improve both strength and conditioning. He has developed a particular interest in treating injuries to the hip, groin, shoulder and spine.  

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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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