Ellena and Paul graduated from King's College Hospital, London in 1988 and have worked in a variety of settings both in the NHS and private practice developing their knowledge and skills. They striveto keep up to date with research based best practice.
I have had around five years of discomfort in both knees, which has became progressively worse. It ultimately stopped me doing all the things I love most (running, cycling, climbing, dancing, skiing),but of more concern to me, it was impacting on my work. I am an Antarctic meteorologist and I work in Antarctica for six months of the year, so it is essential that I remain active and strong. I tried physiotherapy and acupuncture with no success and finally had a consultation with a knee surgeon.
I qualified and first worked in the Midlands area, before settling in Cambridgeshire in 1994. Having worked in local NHS hospitals and clinics, I have built up a knowledge and aptitude for treating"musculoskeletal" problems, realising quite early in my career, that this was the area I wanted to specialise in.
Our philosophy is simple. Cut through all the nonsense and get to the root of the problem. We don't follow the 'traditional' blueprint of most Physiotherapy Clinics. We won't confuse you with longexplanations, we are not into just treating your symptoms (that won't get you anywhere), we won't give you generic exercise programmes and we will never ever say 'see how you get on and call me if it gets any worse'.
PhysiOptima offers a cutting-edge and modern practice, specially created by highly skilled Chartered Physiotherapists. Combined, they provide more than 50 years of Physiotherapy experience and allheld senior level positions in the NHS and private sectors around Cambridge. They have varied expertise and international training to offer the very best in specialist treatments for every condition whether work, sport, or leisure related. We look forward to hearing from you.
At Hooley and Tuke we support people with a wide variety of neurological conditions, including Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, acquired brain injury and spinal cord injuries. We offera one to one assessment of your condition and recommend a treatment program specifically tailored to your needs, in the comfort of your own home. We utilise traditional physiotherapy approaches and the most recent research based technological advances to work towards your goals.
Karen White and Joop Tanis are Chartered Physiotherapists who have worked in the UK for over 25 years. They have worked in and managed services in all major physiotherapy specialities. In the last 20years they have specialised in bone, muscle and joint disorders, working for the NHS, with sports clubs and in Private Practice. Cambridge City Physiotherapy Clinic was established in 1998, taking its name from the football club where Karen and Joop started the clinic.
The Spinal Physiotherapy & Sports Medicine Clinic in Cambridge specialises in the treatment of back pain and neck pain. We also treat musculoskeletal injuries to all parts of the body, includingsports injuries, arthritis, headache, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder and many more. All of our Physiotherapists are Chartered and registered with the Healthcare Professions Council.
Mrs McLeod is a Chartered Physiotherapist and registered with the Health Professions Council, with over 30 years' experience. She is recognised by all major health insurers. She is able to provideappropriate hands-on treatment for musculo-skeletal disorders, based on a full assessment and diagnosis, and neurological conditions. She also gives advice for the self management of long term or unnecessarily recurrent conditions such as work related disorders or back pain.
Using a hands on approach, with a combination of deep connective tissue massage, orthopaedic massage and joint manipulation, helping with muscle spasm, joint restriction and pain relief. Treating awide range of age's and conditions, inc arthritis and neck/back pain.