Rob Galloway, physiotherapist and applied kinesiology practitioner:
Rob is a state registered Physiotherapist with over ten years of musculoskeletal experience practicing in private and corporate physiotherapy clinics, now exclusively in the Central London Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinics. He is not an ordinary physiotherapist, as he uses a broad range of treatments such as soft tissue work, massage, mobilisation, manipulation, ultrasound, acupuncture and stretching to release stiff joints, regain muscular strength and balance, aid healing of strained or sprained muscles and ligaments, also to mobilise bound neurological structures with the aim of restoring pain free movements of the body so you can return to your work sport or leisure activities as soon as possible.Other practitioners often refer to him when their patients might have muscle or joint problems that are influenced by mineral or vitamin imbalances or if they expect organic involvement. Pilates based core stability exercises, ergonomic advice and aids, coupled with rehabilitation exercise programmes are given to strengthen the body and alter habits, which may cause re-injury, with the aim of making the effect of the treatments long lasting. Post graduate courses include Acupuncture, Applied Kinesiology, Myofascial work and Cranial Sacral systems in order to offer treatment, when required, which taps into the subtle systems in the body with the intension of releasing, unblocking and allowing the body to return to healthy patterns of being. Rob is a registered physiotherapist with all the major private health insurances incl. BUPA and AXA PPP.
Trecia Smith, physiotherapist and World Champion:
Trecia is the 2005 World Champion in the Triple Jump, following up with her second Commonwealth Games Gold in 2010. She is also a very much “hands on” physiotherapist, and a specialist in rehabilitation and injury prevention - what she doesn't know about training programmes is not worth knowing. She also uses ultra sound, electro therapy and dry needling, which is a kind of acupuncture. Trecia is registered with all the major private health insurances apart from BUPA and AXA PPP.
Chris Romero, osteopath and physiotherapist:
Qualified as a physiotherapist in 2003, he decided to further improve his treatment skills by becoming an osteopath as well. He is one of the very few in UK to do both physiotherapy and osteopathy. Having been a semi-professional football player in Spain gives him the first hand insight into sports injuries and training, which is one of the areas, where Central London Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinics excel above most. Chris is registered with all the major private health insurances but not AXA PPP and BUPA.
Sabrina Baudrexl, physiotherapist:
Sabrina qualified as a physiotherapist at the University Hospital of Wuerzburg, Germany in 2004. During the last couple of years she was working in a rehabilitation center and some private clinics with all different kinds of patients (mainly sports injuries and orthopaedical problems, some neurological and gynaecological patients). Some of her post graduate courses are: Manual Lymphatic Drainage (important with gynaecological patients), Triggerpoints, Equipment-supported Physiotherapy and Manual Therapy. She uses mobilising, stretching, strengthening, massage and manipulation depending on the patients problems to give each patient an individual treatment. To improve her treatment skills even further Sabrina decided to become an osteopath and started studying at The International Academy of Osteopathy in 2006. She will graduate 2011. Sabrina isregistered with the hpc and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.
Michael Smith, physiotherapist:
Michael Smith, physiotherapist: Michael has gone back to Australia to further his physiotherapy qualifications and sends his best wishes to all his patients. He hopes to come back and in the meantime please see one of our other physiotherapists, who will live up to the high standard of physiotherapy you are used to. Michael graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland, Australia. After working for various sports injury clinics in Australia, he joined the Central London Osteopathy and Sports Injuries Clinic in 2005. With a special interest in sports injuries, Michael has been involved in providing sports physiotherapy to a wide variety of athletes including football, rugby union/league, Australian football, athletics, basketball and swimming. He uses dry needling, which is a kind of acupuncture and is very much a hands-on physiotherapist. He has a special interest is lower limb biomechanics and pelvic instability. Michael is registered with all the major private health insurances but not PPP and BUPA.
Physiotherapy in Canary Wharf, Docklands, E14, London:
We are soon opening our third physiotherapy clinic in the middle of Canary Wharf, so please get on our calling list for our opening by contacting our Old Street physiotherapy clinic on 02077395666 or our physiotherapy clinic in Kings Cross on 02078335530.
More info about physiotherapy in Central London:
Please see our main website for Central London Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinics, where you find detailed information about all our therapies and practitioners: Central London Physiotherapy clinics. Remember that physiotherapy combines very well with osteopathy, sports massage and other complimetary therapies.
With physiotherapy, osteopathy and sports injury clinics in kings cross, Islington and Shoreditch, City we are conveniently located for Central London, the City, North, West, South and East London. Our Hoxton clinic in Old Street, Hoxton is convenient for Shoreditch, City, Hackney, Canary Wharf, Liverpool Street, and post codes: EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4, E1, E2, E14, N1, SE1 and most East London areas. Our Pentonville Road clinic in Islington is convenient for Kings Cross, Angel, Euston, St Pancras, Moorgate, West end, Camden, City, Harley Street , Chelsea, Fulham, Kensington, Knightsbridge and post codes: N1, W1, W2, W8, NW1, WC1, WC2, EC1, EC2, EC3, EC4 and most London areas for a complete health care.