Ashley specialises in expert clinical diagnosis, often with the aid of video analysis in the management of sports injuries, running gait/biomechanical analysis, painful spinal problems, shoulder, knee and ankle injuries and chronic tendinopathies. He combines Acupuncture and dry needling techniques with manual, manipulative therapy, muscle balance assessment and exercise prescription to reduce pain, aid healing and maximise performance.» View details
Jodi graduated as a physiotherapist in Ireland in 2013 and since then she has gained valuable experience in both private practice and hospitals in the UK. Jodi has a special interest in the management of neck and back problems and combines her experience in manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation and postural assessment to reduce your pain and help prevent recurrence. She has post-graduate training in, functional movement assessment, Pilates and also pediatric physiotherapy.» View details
Patrycja qualified as a Physiotherapist, Bachelor of Science (Hons), at York St John University in England and has worked for several years within the National Health Service.
Initially Patrycja worked in Elderly Care, Respiratory, Neurological and Stroke In-patient settings. Before moving to community practice in Musculoskeletal Out-patient clinics where she decided to specialise and has since become a Senior Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic Physiotherapist.
She has a special interest in treating spinal, shoulder and knee injuries and always aims to provide individually designed bespoke rehabilitation programs. Patrycja is keen on injury prevention and reconditioning, and on improving neuromuscular control and body awareness. She also has a special interest in Yoga, and has been practicing herself for many years. Whilst in the U.K. she completed a basic Yoga course for Health Care Professionals and often utilises these skills in her physiotherapy treatments.
During her spare time Patrycja enjoys hiking and being outdoors, Yoga and running.» View details