Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession with a science foundation. Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function to as near normal as possible when someone is affected by injury, illness or by developmental or other disability.
Physiotherapists work autonomously, most often as a member of a team with other health or social care professionals.
People are often referred for physiotherapy by doctors or other health and social care professionals. Increasingly, as a result of changes in health care, people are referring themselves directly to physiotherapists without previously seeing any other health care professional.
If you have any questions about how whether physiotherapy would help you, and how to get referred for physiotherapy, or how to refer yourself, please contact us on 01375 375938 and we will be happy the help.
Physiotherapist Emma Turner MCSP OCPPP
BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc(Hons) Sports Science
Emma qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2003 and holds a Sports Science degree during which she studied muscle and exercise physiology, biomechanics and kinesiology (science of movement). This enables her to understand and treat sports injuries and to work proactively helping sports people maximise their performance. She has also completed a post graduated course in advanced musculoskeletal assessments.
Emma has gained valuable experience in both NHS and Private settings.
Emma has worked in Private physiotherapy practice for over 12 years and treats a wide range of problems including sports injuries, low back pain & sciatica, whiplash, post-operative rehabilitation (knee replacements, arthroscopies, carpal tunnel decompression, chronic conditions such as arthritis). (see the conditions we treat).
- Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
- Member of Physio First
- Health Professions Council Registered
- Clinics daily
- Plays golf to a handicap of 10.
Physiotherapist Ella Shmuel MCSP HCPC MPT
Ella is a Chartered Physiotherapist and also holds a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. She has also studied postgraduate medical screening, specialised rehabilitation, dry needling and postural alignment.
She runs clinic Monday evenings and Saturdays.
Physiotherapist Rasa Ruzaite MCSP HCPC
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Rasa qualified as a physiotherapist in 2006 and gained her Masters degree in Physiotherapy in 2010, she has gained valuable experience in both the NHS and Private settings.
Rasa runs clinics on Saturdays.
Sports Therapist Samantha Jones
BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy
Sam attained a BSc with Honours in Sports Therapy in 2005 from University of Luton. She then gained a Diploma in Personal Training and qualified as a personal trainer and nutritional advisor.
She has a wealth of experience which includes working in the Physiotherapy department at Addendrookes Hospital, Cambridge as a senior technical instructor treating patients with Hydrotherapy, Electrotherapy and one to one rehabilitation.
Sam has also worked as a lead practitioner at a National League Rugby Club and with Eastern Counties under 20's and Senior Mens teams for the last 9 years gaining invaluable experience treating elite athletes.She has also gained experience working at the London Marathon, Richmond Rugby Sevens tournament and the 'Big 10' Athletics Meeting in Bedford where some of the UK's leading athletes have trained.
To add to her Sports Therapy and Massage experience Sam is also qualified in pregnancy massage and can offer a more sensitive massage to expectant mums.
Sam runs clinic on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.