The Physiotherapy Centre has been established in Sittingbourne since 1992. With continued success and growth the Centre moved to the self-contained premises it occupies today, providing threetreatment rooms on two floors, a cervical and lumbar traction area, a rehabilitation area, reception, staff room and teaching area. The Practice Principal, Karen Fawcett, joined the original founder of The Physiotherapy Centre, Patricia Bartley, in 1998.
We specialise in helping recovery from and management of injuries, conditions and disorders of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves. We take a practical approach to yourindividual situation. Our physiotherapy experts help with an initial one-to-one assessment to understand the nature of the challenge we face together. We follow this with a combination of hands-on physiotherapy treatment and exercise rehabilitation designed to help set, and create focus on, realistic goals.
Rainham Physiotherapy Centre established in 1991 by Mr Javed Mughal, a Chartered & HPC registered Physiotherapist, specialises in the treatment of neck pain, back pain and sports injuries. The Centreis an accredited Centre and in December 2002 achieved Investors in People. Over the years, the Centre has expanded to offer specialities including Acupuncture, Pilates, Massage, sports massage and a specialist service in Back pain and Neck pain.
Welcome to Kesson Physiotherapy Services, we have 2 established clinics in Faversham and the King's School Canterbury catering for all needs of our patients in the heart of Kent. We are an establishedPhysiotherapy clinic in Faversham where we have been based since 1983, with experience in providing thousands of individuals, in the same situation as you, with accurate diagnosis and treatment of a whole range of physical, back pain & sporting injuries.
During his 13 years of military service, Simon worked in all areas of physiotherapy gaining experience in a wide variety of conditions and injuries and was involved in the treatment and rehabilitationof injured service personnel for the Falklands conflict. Simon was stationed at the rehabilitation centres at RAF Chessington and later at Headley Court, RAF Akrotiri (Cyprus) and Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital at Woolwich.
At Joy Lane Clinic we deal with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of common muscloskeletal injuries and healthcare issues. We offer a wide range of treatment methods and rehabilitationprogrammes aimed to speed up recovery and restore function to facilitate your return to normal daily activities at work, leisure or sport. Joy Lane Clinic is registered with all major health insurance companies and we guarantee an appointment will be offered within 24 hours.
Injury Therapist is an independently operated company with Sports Injury Clinics based in and around the Medway and Maidstone area at Chatham, Rochester and Strood. We are dedicated to providingmusculo-skeletal injury rehabilitation. Diagnosis of injuries and facilitation of the return to full functionality. Normal procedure consists of assessing a patient's condition prior to the appropriate treatment direction.
Physiotherapists aim to restore function and normal movement, alleviate pain, improve strength and physical well-being. Using an advanced knowledge of anatomy, physiology and biomechanics, we are ableto assess, diagnose and treat a wide range of conditions. We specialise in dealing with musculoskeletal (including sports) injuries, neurological rehabilitation and post-operative rehabilitation such as after hip and knee replacements.
The Maidstone Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic continues to offer the highest standards of treatment and individual patient care by professionally qualified Chartered Physiotherapists. Patientscan be assured of treatment in complete privacy in a modern ground floor air-conditioned treatment room, equipped with sophisticated electrical apparatus. The Clinic offers private car parking with disabled access.
Sue qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1978, working in the NHS for 10 years, including a 5 year period at Kent & Canterbury Hospital. Since 1987 Sue has been involved in Private Practice -establishing Physiotherapy in Action in 2002. Sue is registered with the following professional and regulatory bodies. These associations set high standards of entry and require ongoing training to allow continued membership.