All Our Physiotherapists are HCPC registered.
36A Lower Kings Road, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 2AA
Contact your local practice in Hertfordshire at Berkhamsted Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic. Our experienced team of practitioners can help with a wide range of problems, from musculoskeletal injuries to recurring and chronic problems and post-surgery rehabilitation. Call today to book your appointment and we'll help you get started on your treatment plan and recovery.
Grew up in Berkhamsted and set up Berkhamsted Physiotherapy in 1999
Qualified with a BSc Honours degree in 1993
Senior Physiotherapist at The Royal London Hospital Out patient and Sports Injury department
Matt has a special interest in children’s sports injuries as a practitioner and as a rugby coach for the last seven years at Tring Rugby Club and is a Member of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine.
Qualified, St Thomas’ Hospital 1990
Worked at Norfolk & Norwich hospital in Intensive care, medical chest wards and thoracic surgery
Senior Respiratory Physiotherapist Royal Brompton hospital in Respiratory Medicine
Clinical Respiratory lead for Bucks NHS Trust until 2011
Andrea has been at Berkhamsted Physiotherapy (since 2011 full time) as senior Respiratory Physiotherapist specialising in Hyperventilation, Bronchiectasis and COPD.
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Qualified from Addenbrookes School of Physiotherapy in 1993
Worked as rotational Physiotherapist, initially at Watford General Hospital and then Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
Faye worked as a senior Physiotherapist in the chronic pain unit at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital until 2001. Following work in a private clinic in Watford, Faye joined Berkhamsted Physiotherapy in 2007.
Qualified from Brunel University in 1997 .
Russell has since specialised as a musculoskeletal therapist. Working at Bupa, he has continued to work amongst leading specialists understanding the benefits of the multidisciplinary model.
Russell has an enthusiastic and committed approach to assessment and treatment of his clients. His wealth of experience from common musculoskeletal problems to rare pathology, places him best to treat amateur to elite athletes. His work on-site at a financial institution, has developed his passion and understanding for solving spinal problems. With a special interest in managing nerve problems, such as Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), plus running and cycling injuries, Russell will help you achieve your goals. Having competed in high profile cycling events, Russell has a well-rounded understanding of cycling biomechanics and common pathologies.
Deep tissue massage, that combines soft tissue release and muscular energy techniques to help release stress and tension within the muscles and relieve aches and pains.
RJ Fitness and massage
Tel: 07731 733195
Chandra graduated from the McTimoney College of Chiropractic. In addition to being highly effective, McTimoney is one of the gentlest chiropractic techniques available and does not cause the characteristic "cracking" sound often associated with chiropractic care.
Chandra is also qualified in therapeutic massage, Graston® technique and yoga. These techniques are incorporated within her treatment plans to provide holistic care for her patients. Aside from treating back, neck and muscle pain, Chandra offers specific stress management and rehabilitative yoga treatments.
Tel: 07914 735637
Shelley Williams BSc ( Hons), MSc Animal Manipulation
Qualified in 2000 from the British School of Osteopathy with a BSc Hons in Osteopathy. Registered with the General Osteopathic Council. Shelley has worked at Berkhamsted Physiotherapy since 2003, often working alongside the team of Physiotherapists to offer patients the best possible care.
Shelley achieved a Masters degree in Osteopathic treatment of animals in 2010.
Osteopathy uses a wide range of hands on techniques, depending on patient’s age, fitness and diagnosis. Treatment focuses on releasing tension , stretching muscles and mobilising joints using soft tissue massage and joint articulation. Osteopathy aims to discover the route cause of the problem and provide a long term improvement, that can be maintained through exercise and corrective posture.