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Qualified physiotherapist, Sonographer, Acupuncturist and injection therapist.
MSC(hons) in Physiotherapy ( MCSP), PG Cert in Sonography (case accredited), PG Cert in Injection therapy, member of Acupuncuture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
University studies at Brunel university, London
MSK physiotherapist at Epsom Hospital
Private physiotherapist at Cranfold Physical Therapy Centre
2005 to date
2008 to date study of diagnostic ultrasound
2011-2012 PG Cert at Essex university in injection therapy
2014 2015 PG Cert in MSK Ultrasound at UEL
2017-2018 Independent Prescribers course Bournemouth University
Rosie is an experienced physiotherapist in muschol-skeletal
conditions, she specialises in vestibular rehabilitation and
acupunture. Vestibular disorder is a reduction or loss of the balance mechanisms of the inner ear which can result in dizziness, loss of balance, vertigo, nausea and vomiting. She studied at Pinderfields College of physiotherapy Wakefield and has worked as a Specialist
Physiotherapist at Gatwick Park and as a senior in Musculo-skeletal outpatients in orthopaedics and
hydrotherapy at Castle Hill Hospital Kingston Upon Hull.
Sarah qualified in 2001 as a chartered physiotherapist. She practised as a senior physiotherapist in two of London's top teaching hospitals, covering the full range of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries. After assessing and diagnosing patients, Sarah can offer a range of treatments and/or rehabilitation, including manual therapy, electro therapy, exercise-based rehabilitation and injury prevention advice.
As a former professional dancer and a member of Dance UK, Sarah is also a dance physiotherapy expert. She is currently physiotherapist at the Legat School of Dance in East Sussex, where she assesses, diagnoses, treats and rehabilitates dancers. Sarah also screens dancers for injury prevention and performance enhancement, designing personal exercise programmes specific to the dancer.
Sarah is also an experienced pregnancy physiotherapist, treating any musculoskeletal pain related to pregnancy, from back pain and sciatica through to symphysis pubic dysfunction.
Professional qualifications: BSc (Hons), MSCP, SRP, Member of Dance UK
Jess qualified from the University of Bedfordshire in 2013 with a degree in Sports Therapy. The course had a focus on sports injuries and deep tissue massage.