Your treatment plan

Your physiotherapist will discuss the examination findings with you, explain the implications and answer any questions you may have.  With your agreement, a treatment plan will then be proposed that will include both advice and self-management.

Your first visit

On your first visit a comprehensive examination will be carried out.  The physiotherapist will ask you questions about your perception of the problem and details of your relevant medical history.  There will follow an examination of the relevant joints, muscles, ligaments and, if indicated, a neurological examination.

Please bring with you: Any hospital notes, correspondence, referral letters, X-rays, scans and results of any investigations you have had in the past.

Debbie Mitchell - Practice Manager

Debbie Mitchell – Practice Manager

I started at the clinic part time five years ago and have grown into my role as the full time Practice Manager.

In between being super social I run the practice including appointment making, dealing with the accounts and answering any enquiries you may have.

You are guaranteed a warm welcome and efficient service, I look forward to meeting you.

Sally Diamond – Massage Therapist

I am a qualified Sports Massage Therapist, Reflexologist and Reiki Master/Teacher. I also provide other therapies including Hopi Ear Candling and more recently Facials, Warm Bamboo Massage and Hot Waxing.

Whether you require sports massage to support and aid recovery to an injury, deep tissue and Swedish massage to assist the removal of strains or simply some well-deserved pampering I am more than able to assist.

By nature, I have a passion and desire to help others. I enjoy what I do and am interested in anatomy musculoskeletal biomechanics and how the body works.

So whether its a massage or a treatment that can aid mind and body or just some well-deserved pampering – I look forward to meeting you.

Tim Russell

Tim Russell BSc (Hons) AACP MCSP – Physiotherapist

Having always worked in the health & fitness industry, I felt it was a natural progression to move into physiotherapy. I obtained my Honours degree from the University of East London and have been in private practice since 2010. I am passionate to help anyone I can, from the professional sportsman to the keen gardener who is struggling because of injury.

Physiotherapy can help anyone with aches and pains, and if we cannot help you, we will certainly point you in the right direction. I enjoy playing plenty of sport and spending time with my young family when I am not in clinic.

Paul Wilson BSc (Hons) MCSP

I have worked within injury rehabilitation since 1999, first as a Sports Therapist and then graduating from the University of East London with a degree in Physiotherapy.

Experience of working in the NHS, private practice and 18 years within professional football. I believe everyone should have access to this level of rehabilitation. Programs should be kept simple and effective.

I look forward to working with you, helping you understand your diagnosis and planning together how to get you back to fitness.

Steffan Cook MSc – Injury Rehabilitation Specialist

During my time as University I joined the British Army Reserve. A mountaineering expedition with an injured veteran sparked by passion for rehabilitation and physiotherapy; his story and continued progress still inspire me today.

I now combine my work within clinic and pitch-side as well as serving as a medic in the British Army Reserve after graduating St Mary’s University Twickenham with a BSc (hons) in Sports Science and MSc in Sports Rehabilitation.

It is my goal to help you take back control of your body and give you the tools to keep it that way.