Mr Rob Foyster is the director and lead physiotherapist of Spectrum, based in London. The clinic provides individualised treatment to its patients using the latest technology available in order to achieve the best outcomes. A range of conditions are treated at the clinic including sports injuries and chronic pain such as tennis elbow, lower back pain, and sciatica.
Mr Foyster has extensive experience in treating people with a range of complaints, from children with disabilities to professional athletes. He is dedicated to helping you relieve your pain and can assist with acute and chronic pain as well as prevention and post-operative rehabilitation. Mr Foyster trained at La Trobe University and gained a Master's degree in physiotherapy practice in 2015. He also has certification in myofascial dry needling and cupping.
Mr Foyster has spent time working in a number of private and NHS clinics and has also worked as a casual academy physiotherapist at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club.
- Running Injuries
- Exercise Advice
- Pain Management
- Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS)
- Video Consultation
- Manual Therapy Techniques
- Postoperative Rehabilitation
- Shockwave Therapy
- Sports Injuries
- Lower Back Pain
- Knee Pain
- Ankle Sprain
"Rob is an expert physiotherapist that is knowledgeable in all MSK areas. His thorough assessment helps him set up a great treatment program which shows his skill set and always gets his patients back to their goals very quickly. I have full faith in his treatment when he covers my patients and I only hear high praise from his own patients. Would want him to be the one fixing me if I were injured and in need of help!!"
"I have worked with Rob for a number of years and can recommend him as thorough, caring and determined to enable patients to achieve the best outcomes. We have shared some complex patients and I have been impressed by his ability to think of alternative strategies for resistant problems. He is really determined when it comes to motivating patients and standing with them to overcome challenges. "