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Best Physiotherapists in London, UK

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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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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

Mr. Andre Bason completed his physiotherapy degree in 2001 at the University of Malta and following that he undertook a Masters Degree in Neuro-musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from University College London, specialising in manual and exercise therapy. He is currently the Director of Physiotherapy services at Broadgate. 

Andre is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and has vast experience, having worked in private practice since 2001. He deals with a wide range of people, from professional athletes to people who exercise occasionally. He is particularly interested in the assessment and treatment of neck and back pain and lower limb biomechanics. Additionally, he has extensive expertise in post-surgical rehabilitation such as ACL repair, knee and shoulder arthroscopy.

Andre uses several procedures for treating his patients, such as joint manipulative therapy, acupuncture and also incorporates the Pilates concept both in the treatment and prevention of injuries. He also uses video motion analysis to assess lumbopelvic and lower limb biomechanics during walking and running to identify any weaknesses.

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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

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
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

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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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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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