What We Do

Our aim is to assess, diagnose and treat using manual therapy, postural correction and exercise programmes to maximise recovery potential.
Our team of physiotherapists can provide pain relief and rehabilitation for a wide range of conditions: Sports Injuries, Post operative orthopaedic surgery, Neck and shoulder pain, Low back pain, Knee, hip and foot rehabilitation, Arthritic joints, Repetitive strain injuries.

Meet our Team

Our Clinicians have a wealth of experience and are ready to help

EUGENIE HALKEMA

Eugenie completed her BSc Honours degree at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa in 1997.
She moved to the UK in 1998 where she developed a special interest in the treatment of musculo-skeletal and sports injuries.

Eugenie uses both manual therapy and specific rehabilitative movement retraining techniques to enable her clients to achieve optimal results.

She is trained in clinical pilates (Australian Pilates Physiotherapy Institute)
Eugenie participates in triathlons, practices yoga and is a keen tennis player.

KELLY HARRY

Kelly trained at King’s College London and qualified in 1999.

She has a special interest in treating sports injuries and rehab following orthopaedic surgery. Kelly has developed a functional and practical approach to adapt the science of physiotherapy to the needs of the individual.

She has worked in the NHS for 5 years and private hospital orthopaedics as well as private practice for over 12 years.

Kelly uses manual therapy and specific exercise programmes to restore movement and function swiftly.

JOCELYN HARRIS

Jocelyn is a New Zealand trained Physiotherapist with a post graduate diploma in musculoskeletal sports medicine. She has over 15 years experience in private practice.

Jocelyn worked with athletes from New Zealand football, Rugby and Rugby League.

Whilst living in london she did further training in work station assessment and has extensive experience treating post-operative orthopaedic patients.

Jocelyn uses spinal manipulative techniques and soft tissue therapy to rehabilitate her clients.

malcolm

MALCOLM ASH

Malcolm is a New Zealand trained Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.  He holds a Post Graduate Diploma in manipulative Physiotherapy.

Malcolm worked in a high performance sports clinic in New Zealand previously.  He also worked as the lead physio for a professional rugby franchise as well as with elite athletes in swimming, tennis, athletics and golf.

Malcolm has a special interest in sports injuries with a focus on improving biomechanics and movement efficiency.  He was a track athlete himself so enjoys working with runners.

We Can Help

Your initial consultation will include a thorough assessment, treatment and a self directed exercise plan