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Physiotherapy In Westminster

Physiocomestoyou Ltd are pleased to serve Westminster including central Victoria and the surrounding area.  We offer such a wide range of services to this location including physiotherapy for pain, after surgery, for neurological conditions, children, womens health, lymphodema.  St James Park and the river with great views of Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament provide great venues in the later stages of rehabilitation following a sports injury or just to practice improving your outdoor mobility when recovering from a fall or neurological condition.

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Hannah Cartwright


Hannah graduated with physiotherapy in 2006 having achieved a 1st class honours in her dissertation. She has extensive experience in neurological, orthopaedic, care of the older and musculoskeletal physiotherapy through working at top London hospitals. Hannah describes herself as confident, lively natural communicator with a passion for working with people. Hannah is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Jose Escudeiro


Jose graduated in 2007 and has gained great experience in both the public and private sectors for physiotherapy. He has also undertaken an advanced degree in osteopathy and as a result is more specialist in the areas of musculoskeletal, sports and post surgery physiotherapy. He has been a team physiotherapist for a number of sports teams and is a keen footballer himself. Jose is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Rhian Fewtrell


Rhian graduated with a BSc (hons) in Physiotherapy in 2006. She’s also a qualified Fitness Instructor and has a postgraduate certificate in Neurological Rehabilitation (Completed: Sensorimotor Control of Functional Movement; Cognition Perception and Behaviour, Problem Solving in Neurological Conditions, Management of Long Term Conditions). Rhian has experience in both the public and private sectors and her vast experience includes a six week placement in Cambodia at Veterans International Rehabilitation Centre. Rhian is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Leandra Forde


Leandra graduated in 2005 with a BSc (hons) in Physiotherapy. She also boasts qualifications in British Gymnastics; Cycle XII Club Judging Course, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics and First Aid and Sports First Aid. She specialises in paediatric physiotherapy; which over the years has enabled her to gain valid experience in complex paediatric conditions from early years through to adolescents. Leandra is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Marc Nyte


Marc is a multi-talented physiotherapist who is also both a YMCA and Aprofima Qualified Personal Trainer with a Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy (HONS). He is qualified in numerous areas of fitness including; ante and post-natal excercise, circuit training, fitness for the older person and nutrition and weight management. Marc has been working as a fully qualified personal trainer and massage therapist since 1999. He is also trained in pilates and yoga and can some more unusual massage techniques such as Chavutti Thirumal which are still relatively unknown in this country. Marc is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Aideen Coleman


Aideen graduated in 2006 with a honours degree in physiotherapy and went on to work within London teaching hospitals gaining experience in a range of physiotherapy specialties. She has developed a particular interest in neurological, orthopaedic and paediatric physiotherapy where she now has extensive experience. Aideen describes herself as having excellent listening skills, communication and professional skills being flexible and innovative in her work. Aideen is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Emma Mccabe


Emma qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2008 from Teesside University. She commenced her career in a private practice in Australia, teaching Pilates and rehabilitating a wide variety of sports injuries and work related injuries. Since returning to the UK she has worked within the NHS and private practice treating musculoskeletal, orthopedic; some neurological conditions and pre and post natal. She is a qualified Clinical Pilates instructor, which she teaches on a one to one basis, carefully selecting specific exercises depending on the person and the condition. She uses Pilates and rehabilitation expertise to rehabilitate all conditions, treating the root and not just the problem. Emma regularly undertakes training courses to update her skills and has recently completed a diploma in orthopaedic medicine. She uses a variety of techniques to treat including acupuncture/dry needling, kinesiology taping and a variety of mobilization/manipulation techniques.  

Maria Manock


Maria graduated in 2008 with a First Class BSc (hons) in Physiotherapy and also has a diploma in body massage. Maria specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy but has a special interest in rehabilitation and has gained a wide range of musculoskeletal and rehabilitation experience through working privately and within the NHS at leading London hospitals in orthopaedics, neurosurgery, hydrotherapy and prosthetic/limb reconstruction rehabilitation. She is soon to commence further pilates training and is passionate about providing holistic individualised care. 

Jennie Hunt


Jennie qualified in 2009 and went on to work at West Middlesex University Hospital. Since working there she has progressed to a senior position, gaining experience in complex older adult care; stroke; orthopaedics; paediatrics; respiratory on the ITU, medical & surgical wards and musculoskeletal out patients. She has completed further training in the Bobath concept; advanced physiotherapy; functional rehabilitation; Pilates and sports massage and has developed a clinical interest in neurological physiotherapy. Jennie recently spent a month volunteering in Nepal, which she says changed her approach to physiotherapy, helping her to become more adaptable and holistic in order to meet the individual needs of her patients. Jennie is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Rebecca Garrod


Rebecca started Physiocomestoyou Ltd in September 2007 having realized a gap in the market for a professional service providing physiotherapy to people at home and work throughout London. The business continues to grow and now beginning to extend out of London also. Personally Rebecca graduated in 2002 and spent 7 years within teaching hospitals and at the same time completed a Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy. She is also trained in acupuncture and pilates. She likes to take the extra step in providing the best treatment to people suffering pain and injuries, after surgery and to the older person. Alongside the National Osteoporosis Society and Rheumatologists she has developed a rehab programme for those with osteopenia/osteoporosis and falls programme for those at risk of falling. Rebecca is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Gill Jones


Gill is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist whom graduated from Oxford Brookes University in 2002, and subsequently worked for Imperial College Healthcare, one of London’s top teaching hospitals. At the London 2012 Olympics, Gill worked as a Phsyiotherapist for the boxing, treating athletes from all over the world. In the private sector, Gill has encountered a broad range?of athletes including Semi-Professional Footballers, Elite Triathletes, Runners, Rowers and recreational sports participants. Gill has previously worked with UK Athletics, Great Britain Wheelchair Basketball and the London Marathon. She has also completed an MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Kings College London. Gill is registred with the Health Professions Council.

Jenny Barter


Jenny graduated from Kings College, London and has since worked in two top London teaching hospitals. She has gained a vast amount of experience in a range of specialities, including acute orthopaedics (elective, trauma and limb reconstruction), acute sporting injuries, chronic musculoskeletal conditions, spinal surgery, elderly rehabilitation and respiratory. She is APPI Pilates and acupuncture trained and has also worked as a massage therapist for Harlequins rugby team and volunteered at the London Marathon. Jenny enjoys many sports, including skiing, dance and netball, which she has played to a high level at both university and within London leagues. Jenny is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Zoe Birch


Zoe qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist (BSc Hons) from Brunel University in 2008. She has been working in a variety of physiotherapy disciplines since graduating, specialising in Musculoskeletal, Orthopaedic and Post-Surgical areas. Zoe has been a key physiotherapist in a number of research projects hosted by consultant orthopaedic surgeons in the development of new joint treatment techniques, including Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction. Through her NHS and Private Practice experience and additional courses, she has progressed and developed her treatments; these include bespoke Pilates exercise programmes and acupuncture techniques. Zoe is planning to undertake a masters degree in Sports Medicine and Exercise in 2014. 

Srikanth Kalaga


Srikanth graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh in 2005 with a Masters in Physiotherapy (Neurology). He is currently pursuing a Diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine and has also completed Introduction to Bobath training, Functional Electrical Stimulation training (FES - single and double channel) and Mobilisation of the Nervous System. He has worked in various settings across UK; Scotland, Wales and now he resides in London. Srikanth also works for the NHS as a Senior Physiotherapist and covers A&E, Post-operative Rehab and Rapid Response services in a reputable London Hospital. Srikanth is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is registered with the Health Professions Council. He is very hands on and passionate about good patient care.

Christine Taylor


Christine graduated from Brunel University in 2004 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy.  She then spent over 7 years working for the National Health Service at Whipps Cross Hospital, treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory disorders, in out-patient, ward and community settings.  She has gained specialist knowledge and experience in the management of pregnancy related conditions, and also has a keen interest in neurological rehabilitation.  Christine is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Rebecca Rayner


Rebecca is a specialist Neurological Physiotherapist mainly working within the NHS in a leading London Neurological Hospital. She works in the private sector with Physiocomestoyou Ltd using her vast experience gained from working with a variety of neurological and vestibular conditions to develop an individualised assessment and treatment programme to meet your needs. Rebecca has recently completed the three week basic Bobath course and an Advanced Upper Limb Rehabilitation course. She uses the latest evidence-informed practice to meet your physiotherapy needs. Rebecca also specialises in treating vestibular (inner ear) and balance conditions. She is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Maria Kanaki


Maria is a Chartered Physiotherapist and she is registered with the Health Professional Council. She qualified in 2008 from the Technological Educational Institute of Thessaloniki, Greece and has since attended several courses related to hands-on therapy. In 2011 she relocated to London. Over the past four years she has worked as a private practitioner both in the United Kingdom and in her home country of Greece, providing physiotherapy services. She is committed to continuing her professional development to ensure that the physiotherapy treatment she provides follows evidence based practice and that the most up to date techniques are used. Maria has recently completed a vestibular rehabilitation course at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. 

Lindsey Hopkinson


Lindsey graduated in 2001 and has 10 years experience working as a physiotherapist with both adults and children. Lindsey now specialises working with children, she has worked at two of the largest children’s hospitals in London, Great Ormond Street and Evelina London Children’s Hospital.

Lindsey has experience of a wide range of developmental, musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. She has extensive experience working with children who have complex motor disorders.

Lindsey has worked alongside paediatric, orthopaedic and neurology consultants assessing children with neurological disability in her most recent NHS post. As Lindsey is passionate about paediatric physiotherapy and shared learning, she became a member of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapy committee in London. She helps to organise training sessions and meetings that bring paediatric physiotherapists together within London and help to develop their knowledge base and skills. Lindsey has also lectured at a national level and to colleagues in London and adheres to her continuing professional development, she is keen to start a masters degree next year within paediatric physiotherapy.

Sue Lee


Sue graduated in 2003 with a Bsc (hons) in Physiotherapy and has since worked at several of the main London teaching hospitals. She worked in orthopaedics, respiratory, musculeoskeletal, oncology and elderly rehabilitation before going on to specialise in neurology. For the last few years she has worked as a senior community neurological physiotherapist specialising in stoke, vestibular and long term progressive neurological conditions. Sue really enjoys working with clients and their families to help them maximise their function and quality of life. Sue is registered with the Health Professions Council. 

James Bradley

Chartered Physiotherapist

James initially qualified as a Sport and Exercise Scientist in 2003 and subsequently qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2008. These two qualifications have complemented each other in his treatment of a wide range of patients from the sedentary to the high level athlete. He has fulfilled roles both in a major London teaching hospital and the private sector working extensively with both children and adults suffering from neuromusculoskeletal conditions, post orthopaedic surgery and elderly rehabilitation. He is currently completing his MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy and works part time for the Ministry of Defence.