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

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Ms Shari Randall is an experienced Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates instructor with over 10 years of experience. She treats patients of all ages and fitness levels with musculoskeletal or sporting injuries.  Her specialty is treating patients with multiple issues and persistent pain, particularly those with spinal pain. She works alongside leading Spinal and Orthopaedic Surgeons from various specialties, Pain Specialist Consultants and Sports Doctors.

Ms Randall graduated from Monash University in Australia in 2008 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy (honours).  She later completed a Post Graduate Certificate and Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at La Trobe University in Melbourne. She is also a qualified Dance Medicine Australia Clinical Pilates Instructor.

She has extensive experience treating patients with sport injuries, before and after spinal surgery, joint replacements, arthroscopes, tendon repairs, amputation, and traumatic injuries. She also has experience treating pre and post-natal mothers and an exercise therapy for the older population.

Alongside her clinical work Ms Randall has been actively involved in teaching and examining. She has been a clinical examiner at both Monash and La Trobe Universities for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Since moving to the UK, she has been invited to examine for the Sports Master’s program at Queen Mary University and the Institute of Sports Exercise and Health with University College London.  She also holds the post of London Clinical Supervisor for the Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Master’s Program with La Trobe University.

In her spare time she enjoys reformer pilaates, barre, yoga, running, skiing and used to sail competitively.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Ms Rich studied Physiotherapy at Curtin University, Western Australia and has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist in a number of practices in Australia and London.  She has extensive experience in treating acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions and has previously worked with a number of professional Australian Football Clubs.

Ms Rich uses a holistic approach in treating her clients by incorporating Physiotherapy, manual techniques, Clinical Pilates and Functional exercise rehabilitation.

Using a creative selection of exercises based in the gym and/or Pilates studio, Ms Rich can successfully target all components of her client’s goals in the rehabilitation process.  She has worked with clients with a diverse range of goals, from walking again following an operation, to improving performance in kick boxing, ballet, netball, jujitsu, rugby and more.

Ms Rich believes working closely with motivated clients helps them to accomplish their goals and she loves to see them succeed.

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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

Ms Sarah Turpin is a Women’s Health Physiotherapist and Manual Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise, Six Physio Chelsea, in London. Her specialist interests include Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Women’s Health Physiotherapy. Her areas of interest include urinary dysfunction, antenatal, postnatal and pelvic health physio.

Ms Turpin graduated from Cardiff University. She has 7 years’ experience working for the NHS at The Royal Free, St George’s and Imperial College NHS Trust, before joining Six Physio. Her many years of education and experience make her an expert in her field.

Alongside her education and professional work, she is an active person and has taken part in the London Marathon.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy

Ms Karina Murphy is a Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise Six Physio Chelsea, in London. Her specialist interests are Rehab Physiotherapy and Pilates Physiotherapy. Her areas of interest include musculoskeletal conditions and amputees, she also has a keen interest in sport.

Ms Murphy qualified as a physiotherapist from Leeds Beckett University, with a BSc in Physical Therapy, she graduated in 2009 . Her employment history includes working as a physiotherapist for the NHS for 5 years in Hertfordshire, working at a private practise in Berkshire for a year, before joining Six Physio in London. Additionally, she is qualified to teach Pilates in 2010 with an APPI Pilates qualification. She teaches machine-based Pilates in small classes 5 days a week.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy

Ms Megan Oster is an Oncology Physiotherapist currently working at Six Physio Chelsea practise. She currently works as the Oncology Team Lead and Rehabilitation Physiotherapist at Six Physio and previously worked in paediatric and women’s health whilst in Australia. Her areas of interest include breast cancer, injury prevention, rehabilitation and physical therapy and the physiological impact of treatment.

Ms Oster qualified at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. She used to work as a locum physiotherapist at Guy’s Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust, in London, in 2015. She became passionate about cancer care through her time working at Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in Chelsea, in 2017.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Ms Amy Ryan is a respected Physiotherapist at the prestigious Six Physio clinic at Finchley Road, where she is also the Clinic Director. She originally qualified from University College Dublin, followed by a postgraduate certificate in Manual Therapy from the University of Curtin in Perth, Australia. An avid fitness and health enthusiast, she offers a tailored holistic approach to care, integrating her Pilates expertise into her practice. She has written several feature articles and has received outstanding testimonials from former clients.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy , Hand Therapist

Rachel is a highly experienced Physiotherapist who qualified in 2002. Since graduating Rachel has pursued her passion for hand therapy and now has over 10 years experience as a hand therapist, both in the NHS and Private sector. 

Her work has taken her from the north of England where she practiced for 6 years to London where she is now based. 

She has managed recovery from various elective surgical procedures, including joint replacements, Dupuytrens excisions, carpel tunnel release and trigger finger release. She is also well-versed in managing rheumatological flare-ups.

Her practice also took her to the Royal Victoria Infirmary where she aided in the rehabilitation of with adult and children burn patients in a trauma and rehabilitation unit. Here she managed the assessment and treatment of complex multiple hand injuries from trauma and industrial accidents, grafts and flaps, amputations, reimplantations, nerve and tendon repairs and tendon transfers, as well as assessing and treating paediatric congenital conditions.

After working abroad for two years in the Middle East, she returned to work as a hand therapist in the private sector. She is always looking for different methods to help patients and her range of expertise has grown over the years. Her practice includes treating various work-related upper limb conditions, hyper-mobility and wrist conditions, as well as being a fully trained Acupuncturist.

This wide breadth of varied experience has given Rachel the skills to offer her patients the very best care in all aspects of upper limb therapy. 

Rachel is a member of the British Association of Hand Therapy (BAHT) and Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. 

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Expert in: Physiotherapy
General Physiotherapy

Mr Henry Schilling is a Manual and Pilates Physiotherapist based at the renowned Six Physio in Kensington, London. After qualifying in Australia, he worked in orthopaedic rehabilitation and assisting clients to get back on their feet following surgery with a combination of hydrotherapy, gym classes and manual therapy. He has been heavily involved with Amateur League Australian Rule Football, gaining invaluable experience with sports injuries, assessments and treatments, along with developing a 3D golf swing biomechanics analysis to improve golfers game and reduce the incidence of injury.

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Expert in: Physiotherapy

Mrs Camilla Lawrence is a Consultant Women’s Health Physiotherapist currently working at the private practise Six Physio Parsons Green, in London. Her areas of interest include antenatal and post-natal musculoskeletal conditions, pelvic floor and menopause related problems.

Mrs Lawrence graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2003, qualifying as a physiotherapist. After moving to London she specialised in Women’s Health Physiotherapy. She has also attained a Masters Level Postgraduate Certificate in Women’s Health Physiotherapy. She is also a qualified acupuncturist and Pilates instructor.

Alongside her education, she is an antenatal teacher on ‘The Bump Class’ and has contributed to the Antenatal Book. She is a member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric Gynaecological Physiotherapists (POGP). She has also received the Ann Bird Award for her work in educational development, Women’s Health Physiotherapy and the POGP association.

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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