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51 results found for 'Physiotherapy' in East London, London, UK

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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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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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Mr Jeremy Parker is Consultant Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise Six Physio Fitzrovia, in London. He specialises in Dizzy Physio and his areas of interest include headaches, Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) problems, myofascial trains and chains and hydrotherapy.

Mr Parker graduated from the University of South Australia with a degree in Physiotherapy. His employment history includes working in a hospital and physiotherapy clinic in Australia and Tasmania. Before joining Six Physio in 2006. Additionally, he works alongside sports teams and clubs including Tasmania Devils VFL Team.

Alongside his education and clinical expertise, Mr Parker has taught myofascial taping courses utilising his expertise. He is also an active person, with a keen interest in playing cricket.

 

 

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Mrs Jenny Constable is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist and Men’s Health Physiotherapist currently working at the private practice Six Physio Fitzrovia, in London. Her areas of interest include incontinence, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction.

Mrs Constable graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2007 with a BSc Hons Physiotherapy degree. She has undertaken many postgraduate courses further her education and skills. Courses she has undertaken include Pilates, acupuncture and pelvic floor muscle dysfunctions and post prostatectomy management.  

Mrs Constable also authors several articles regarding her areas of interest, providing advice to patients.

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Ms Sarah Green is a Consultant Physiotherapist, Running Guru and Pilates Enthusiast at the prestigious Six Physio Clinic based in Fitzrovia London. After qualifying from the University of Southampton in 2007, Ms Green travelled to Ghana to gain experience in a local hospital and football academy. She has since worked in various rotational NHS roles before focussing on musculoskeletal physiotherapy. 

Sarah has vast experience in movement dysfunctions, rehabilitation and running re-training and aims to integrate her Pilates into practice to provide a holistic treatment plan. She has written articles for running and triathlon magazines, along with teaching other healthcare professionals to optimise outcomes for clients

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Mr Matt Todman is a Consultant Physiotherapist currently working as the director at the private practises Six Physio Chelsea and Six Physio Fitzrovia, in London. His areas of interest include sports injuries, manual therapy, sports medicine. He is also skilled in coaching and public speaking.

Mr Todman qualified as a physiotherapist from  The Middlesex Hospital, in London and he attained a Master of Science from University College London. He has always worked for Six Physio and has a wide range of experience, making him highly qualified to treat a range of conditions.

Mr Todman has also appeared in a Samsung advertisement to demonstrate the use of smartphone technology part of rehab provision.

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Mrs Clare Seymour is a Physiotherapist currently working at the private practices Six Physio Fitzrovia, in London and Six Physio Beckenham. Her specialist interest is hand physiotherapy and she is interested in a vast range of conditions that affect the hand.

Mrs Seymour qualified as a physiotherapist from Guy’s School of Physiotherapy, London which is part of an NHS Foundation Trust. She received an award for "Outstanding Student of the Year" at her Physiotherapy Graduation Ceremony. She has employment experience in private hospitals, NHS units and she joined Six Physio in 2018. She has been running, managing and working at The Hand Therapy Clinic for 15 years which provides treatment for Hand and Upper Limb Physiotherapy services.

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Pedro Toscano is a Manual Physio who works at Six Physio St James's. He qualified in Lisbon, Portugal. He previously worked at public hospitals with both inpatients and outpatients across different services, spending most of the time on the neuro-rehab service.

Toscano has also worked in a clinic treating outpatients from local GP’s with a range of sports-related and musculoskeletal injuries, respiratory and neurological problems.

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Dr Dorian Dugmore is an expert in physiology, working as an Exercise Physiologist at The Lanserhof Arts Club in London. His expertise is in cardiovascular health, preventative medicine and wellness and he has worked in cardiac rehabilitation and wellness for 25 years. Dr Dugmore is a former professional footballer and coach, however, due to injuries in his childhood and incorrect diagnosis of a heart condition in his 20s he chose to enter the field of cardiology.  

Dr Dugmore has a PhD in Cardiovascular Medicine and has been awarded a fellowship to the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (FAACVPR). He completed doctoral research regarding cardiovascular medicine. His many years of experience, education and contribution to cardiovascular medicine has led to him being recognised internationally as an expert.

Dr Dugmore formed Action Heart in the UK for cardiology patients. He also directed the centre for heart disease recovery in Toronto Canada and became the Chairman of the World Council for cardiac rehabilitation. He has also written extensively on health, exercise and heart disease utilising his expert knowledge. He has also earned numerous awards including an MEB ‘Heart of Britain Award’.  He is currently contributing to Sports Cardiology and Prevention, which belongs to the European Society of Cardiology. 

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Mr Paddy Connolly is a specialist in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and has a strong passion for treating sporting conditions. He was born in Cork, Ireland and completed his physiotherapy training at St George’s University of London in 2012. He took up a physiotherapist post at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals where he specialised in in orthopaedics before moving into his current specialism.  During this time he also worked closely with several different sports teams, including Crystal Palace FC and Harlequins Rugby, he was also Head Physiotherapist at London Skolars, a semi-professional rugby league club.

Towards the end of 2015, he became Head of Academy and First-Team Physiotherapist at London Broncos, a professional rugby league team.  After gaining the necessary skills and experience, he took over as the clubs Head Physiotherapist. This involved treating and managing the physical welfare of elite athletes at international level.

As a result of his diverse range of clients, Mr Connolly understands the need and benefit of tailoring his treatments to the individual. He treats all sporting conditions, but has a specialist interest in knee injuries, both sporting and post-operative; particularly anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.  Mr Connolly is passionate about continuing his professional development, to ensure he is providing the best care for his clients.

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What is a Physiotherapist?

Physiotherapy is the medical practice of helping to rehabilitate a patient’s functionality following illness, injury or for those with a disability. Physiotherapists use a range of techniques in order to rectify a number of issues. These include both soft-tissue massage as well as exercises to help with both strength and conditioning. For the best physiotherapy available in London, look no further than Doctify for your needs. We have access to a number of physiotherapy clinics and top-rated physiotherapy hospitals in London and so it is important to find a specialist that can match your requirement and instigate the best course of rehabilitation. Physiotherapy is an ongoing process and so it is important that you have access to the very best treatment.

When to see a Physiotherapist?

If you have recently had an injury or illness that has resulted in decreased functionality, then it is important to make an appointment with a physiotherapist in order to recover towards your previous self. This is particularly true if you have recently had an operation, as strength and conditioning are key factors in making a full recovery. At Doctify, you’ll be able to choose from the top-rated physiotherapists in London, giving you the reassurance that your treatment is the best course of action for you. As physiotherapy is an ongoing process, you might ask the question ‘Is there an expert in physiotherapy near me?’. Doctify has experts across London and so you will find a location to suit you.

What procedures can you find at a Physiotherapy clinic? 

  • Acupuncture
  • Shockwave Therapy
  • Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
  • Running Injuries
  • TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation)
  • Electrotherapy
  • Ultrasound Guided Injections
  • Video Consultation