Hydrotherapy and Physiotherapy Assistant
I currently work part-time for the NHS as a Physiotherapy Technical Instructor supporting medical and orthopaedic Physiotherapists on hospital wards. Previously, I was a Hydrotherapy Assistant working with children and adults with complex needs and acquired brain injury. I completed a research paper on the benefits of Sensory Integration Therapy during the first year of a PG Dip. in Occupational Therapy and this lead to my interest in massage as therapy. I have FHT recognised qualifications in holistic and deep-tissue massage and Ayurvedic face and head massage.
I founded an Oscar Wilde Society and Memorial Fund, in my 20s, culminating in a memorial stained glass window in Westminster Abbey
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Sofie Nordgren – 22nd March 2019
Great service with flexible booking system to fit around work. Would recommend!
Ed – 21st March 2019
I’m conflicted: whilst I don’t like visiting a physio (because of an injury), I love visiting Six Physio
Valerie Cohen – 21st March 2019
I was very quickly put at ease for my first session and Jeremy was extremely efficient. He helped me through a very painful time when…
Vivienne Goldstein – 21st March 2019
I am always impressed with the 3:1 pilates class run by Laura Ham and Jane Todman. When needed, I have received excellent explanations and exercises…
James Gilbert-Green – 21st March 2019
Lindel has been brilliant helping me sort out a calf tear - life saver!
Bharath KARIA – 21st March 2019
I have been seeing Samantha Barlow for the treatment for my post complete knee replacement operation. I have no words to describe how happy I…
Rebecca – 21st March 2019
Francesca was absolutely fantastic. She went above and beyond in helping me. As a new mother with lots of emotion around my diagnosis and body…
Sarah Plummer – 21st March 2019
Great team and the best physio’s I have been to in London! For insurance purposes - it would be beneficial to know online how many…