Queens Physiotherapy prides itself in offering expertise in upper limb, lower limb and spinal conditions. All its physiotherapists are HCPC-Registered. Continuing professional development within andoutside the NHS is the key to our ongoing expertise. Collectively, our 5 Physiotherapists have over 50 years' experience within the NHS and continue to work and support their colleagues, including the Orthopaedic Consultants, at Frimley Park Hospital.
Sally trained at the Middlesex Hospital in London then worked in Oxford before working for many years in Geneva, Switzerland, where she was awarded accreditation into the Swiss Association ofPhysiotherapists and given the right of private practice. Here she worked extensively with sports injuries and in general outpatient departments in the rehabilitation section of the Hospital Cantonal.
Our Whitewater physiotherapy and sports injury clinics provide professional rehabilitation services to all who wish to use them. Our clients range from the young to the old and drawn from thenon-sporting general public to elite athletes. We also provide a home treatment service for those not able to access the surgery for treatment. We aim to be able to provide you with an appointment within 48 hours of contacting the clinic, accepting self-referrals as well as referrals from GPs and Consultants.
The Hart Physio team is based at Hart Leisure Centre. Helen Mehrtens set up the clinic in 1992 and over time it has grown to include three other Physiotherapists. We provide a personal servicetailored to your needs as an individual. Our target is to provide the highest standard of care to achieve the best possible outcomes.
Elrina is a Chartered and State registered physiotherapist with almost 20 years experience. She is also a member of the Acupuncture Society of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and holds hercertification in Korean hand therapy from Seoul enabling her to treat a very wide variety of conditions not normally treated by physiotherapists. Originally trained in South Africa, she ran her own practice there till 13 years ago when she moved to the UK.
After several successful years of providing physiotherapy treatments to residents and the employees of local businesses in Camberley and the surrounding area, Watchetts Physiotherapy & Sports InjuryClinic has had a "makeover." We have rebranded and are now known as The Physio Camberley - "The Physio" to our friends!
In 1999 Steven Evans and his wife, Hélène, originally set up and ran their clinic from their home in Gordon Avenue - hence the name Avenue Physiotherapy. After 8 years the clinic was moved topurposely refurbished premises a short walk away on the Frimley Road. Here they are proud to offer 4 treatment rooms, with dedicated reception and excellent facilities.
We were established in 1997 and are attached to the Upper Gordon Road surgery in central Camberley with free parking and easy access to train and bus stations. We have a large purpose built treatmentarea plus additional private rooms. All of our 7 highly experienced staff are HPC registered (Health Professions Council) and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. We are fully committed to providing you with the help you need to get you fully functioning and back to full health.
Physio Clinic UK offers a professional and friendly atmosphere, ideal for the perfect setting for rehabilitation. Whatever your ache, pain, sprain or strain there is a very good chance that we willhave seen it before and that we'll be able to help. Whether your injury has occurred at the gym, home, work, or as a result of trauma, our aim is to return you to your optimal function and maintain your well-being. We are dedicated to maximising your rehabilitation potential.
Cathi worked in IT for many years before taking on a new challenge; working for the Rail industry (which meant weekends on the track, upgrading UK signalling systems!). She has always had an interestin holistic therapies and a fascination with how food affects the body. Whilst suffering with eczema and a bad back after falling from a horse, she started to research treatments and diets which would help.