I am a chartered physiotherapist based in Lower Beeding, West Sussex, offering a wide range of services and with a special interest in sports injuries and spinal pain. I qualified from King's Collegehospital in 1991 and then worked at Guy's Hospital followed by some time travelling and working in Brisbane Australia. Specialising in musculoskeletal injuries I was employed at St. George's Hospital London where I worked as a specialist physio alongside Orthopaedic Consultants.
The Bartholomew Way Physiotherapy Clinic is located within the Bartholomew Way Clinic, a multi-disciplinary practice, situated in the Holbrook area of Horsham. We are located opposite the HolbrookDoctors' Surgery and within a small parade of shops, this new clinic is ideally positioned. Convenient parking including disabled spaces is available in front of the clinic, disabled toilet facilities are available and there is ease of access, the clinic is all on the ground floor.
I've been practising in Horsham now for over thirteen years. In this time I've seen an increasing number of people suffering with both chronic and acute pain due to age, illness, injury, poor posture,lack of movement or poor exercise habits - often nothing to do with sport. This prevents getting the correct advice required to make a full recovery and stay pain free and mobile.
Our team of medical specialists includes chiropodists, podiatrists, physiotherapists, massage practitioners and dietitians. Using our Swiss made Orthofit 3D footscanner and onsite CAD/CAM Millingmachine we can scan your feet and make bespoke footbeds and medical orthotics for your new or existing shoes.
The Horsham Sports Injury Clinic provides the highest level of expert treatment and sports specific rehabilitation available. We treat all kinds of people - from Olympic swimmers and national rugbyplayers to recreational golfers, weekend warriors, inactive people and the everyday folk in between!
Sue qualified with an honours degree in Physiotherapy in 1990 at the Royal London Hospital. She has also practised acupuncture for 18 years. She is registered with the Health Professional Council andis a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. After qualifying, Sue gained valuable experience working abroad in Australia and New Zealand and then around the UK.