Oxford Brookes University
Joined Six in 2009 and headed up the Fleet Street Clinic before moving to Sussex and starting Lindfield in 2014. Before that I worked for various private practices in London, Dublin and Auckland.
After graduating I moved to London where I worked at Charing Cross Hospital in Fulham. After working in London for three years i left to go travelling for a year, ending up in Perth, Australia. There I completed a certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy at Curtin University before heading to New Zealand to follow the 2005 Lions Rugby Tour. Whilst living in New Zealand I worked for a private practice in Auckland and also had the opportunity to work at the Touch Rugby World Championships in Christchurch.
Returning from the southern hemisphere I lived in Dublin and worked for two different private practices in the city centre, treated a huge variety of patients including rugby, Gaelic football and hurling players.
I moved back to London in 2007 and worked in-house for a large investment bank before joining Six Physio in 2009. Heading up the Fleet Street clinic I spent the majority of my time treating a wide variety of spinal and sports injuries. In 2011 I moved to Lindfield, West Sussex & finally persuaded the team that we should open a satellite clinic on Lindfield High street.
I wouldn’t, I would cheat and buy something from Cook!
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Too many things to list just one!
L Saward – 19th July 2019
Very helpful, friendly and professional from the moment you walk into reception.
Stefano – 18th July 2019
Excellent service, professional and very friendly. The staff listens and answers all questions and is…
Lord Phillimore – 18th July 2019
Henry Schilling gave me two physio therapy sessions and my back was restored to normal.
Maria Cristina – 17th July 2019
Am very reassured by Kate’s insight and advice on how to proceed and assist healing.
Catherine Teltscher – 17th July 2019
A professional service with excellent physio. My back is so much better after treatment.
Sally Agass – 17th July 2019
It’s fine to be explained about, in my case the Achilles but it would have…