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Who we are
Our team of Physiotherapists is highly skilled with a broad range of experience. We are committed to giving you complete confidence in the treatment you receive.
All our therapists are qualified in Physiotherapy and registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC). Some have a Masters Degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and/ or a degree in Sport Science.
We are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and of various Special Interest Groups (SIGs), including The Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).
Our Physiotherapists have specialist skills in treating:
- Musculoskeletal conditions
- Rheumatology and arthritis
- Sports injuries
- Core rehabilitation
- Women’s Health
Lucy oversees the running of the team and Physiotherapy service. Lucy graduated from Cardiff University in 1996 and completed a Master’s degree in Manipulative physiotherapy in 2005. She is a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and is trained in mid-range osteopathic manipulation.
Lucy recently completed her MBA at London South Bank University and gained a Diploma in Strategic Management & Leadership. Outside work Lucy has a keen interest in nutritional health and alternative therapies for a holistic well-being.
Susie qualified in 1993 and has over 19 years of musculoskeletal physiotherapy experience. She has worked at Queen Mary’s Hospital (QMH) for the last 16 years. During this time she has completed her Masters degree in Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy and is a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP).
She has a dual role as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner and was instrumental in the setting up and running of the Musculoskeletal Clinical Assessment Service (M-CAS) at QMH. This is for the assessment of complex MSK presentations with access to further investigations.
When treating patients, Susie enjoys facilitating them to reach their optimal potential and encouraging healthy lifestyles. Susie also enjoys the rehabilitation of lower limb injuries. When not at work, she enjoys playing tennis, running, skiing, mountain biking and occasional windsurfing.
Dave has been working in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy for 10 years. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist he gained a degree in Sports Science and he is in the final stages of completing his Masters degree in Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy.
He has additional post graduate training in pilates, acupuncture and spinal manipulation and is a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). He has a dual role as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner running M-CAS with Susie.
Dave has a keen interest in lower limb rehabilitation for sporting injuries. He enjoys playing football and working at reducing his golf handicap when he is not helping others with their rehabilitation.
Charlotte qualified in 2004 from the University of the West of England and has worked at QMH for the last 7 years. She has completed training in acupuncture and spinal manipulation. She enjoys utilising these manual skills for the treatment of backs and necks.
She has a special interest in Diabetes and weight management as well as treating many of the rowers of Putney. Outside work she has made the switch from competitive rowing to road cycling in which she has raced both abroad and at home.
Charlotte has recently undertaken a Post-Graduate Dilpoma in Management.
Mo has extensive physiotherapy experience and has a particular interest in the treatment and management of rheumatology conditions such as Ankylosing Spondylitis and rheumatoid arthritis. She uses a range of therapeutic exercises acupuncture and other techniques to relieve pain and help restore function. She has a wider interest in joint hyper mobility and chronic pain.
When not at work, Mo can be found either cycling around Richmond Park or enjoying the relative peace and quiet of her garden with a good book.
Nicola has worked in the department since 2000. She is registered with the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and enjoys using acupuncture as an adjunct to her physiotherapy treatments.
She enjoys all aspects of physiotherapy and has recently completed her initial Pilates training with the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute. Nicola is a keen runner and cyclist and recently completed her first triathlon.
Susan qualified from the University of the West of England in 2003 and has 12 years of physiotherapy experience. She commenced her Physiotherapy career London working for many of the major London NHS trusts including UCL, Homerton Hospital and Imperial Healthcare Trust. She has gained a wealth of experience working in these trusts. Susan commenced working for QMH in January 2014.
Susan has additional post graduate training in acupuncture and Pilates. Susan has completed a module of the Msc in Advanced Neuromuscular Physiotherapy at Kings college and is continuing with her studies. Susan also has experience of working in Women’s Health – another area of keen interest for her.
Susan enjoys treating multiple joints but has excellent experience in functional rehabilitation for Upper and Lower limb injuries, sacroiliac joint dysfunction and spinal pain. She thoroughly enjoys working with patients to ensure they reach their functional goals and motivates patients to see the benefits of long term exercises for long term improvements. When not at work Susan is a busy Mum and enjoys running, tennis, swimming and cooking.
Jennifer graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2012 and since this time has worked in the area of MSK physiotherapy. She is registered with the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and is interested in functional rehabilitation. As a result since graduating she has completed her APPI Matwork level 1 and 2 pilates and foundation level hydrotherapy training, with a vast amount of experience and interest in utilising hydrotherapy for rehabilitation. In her spare time she is a keen runner, competing in 5k and 10k races.
Laura previously worked in marketing and made the switch to Physiotherapy in 2011, training at St. George’s Hospital Medical School. Since qualifying she has gained experience in a wide range of physiotherapy specialisms including critical care, orthopaedics, neurology and prosthetic rehabilitation. Laura enjoys treating a wide variety of conditions but particularly enjoys encouraging and helping to facilitate people to use exercise and movement to improve pain and function.
She is a keen runner and cyclist and can regularly be found in the weights section of the gym.
Laura qualified from University of Northumbria at Newcastle in 2011. Prior to this she completed a higher certificate in health science and physiology. She has gained experience working in hospitals in Margate and also more recently in UCLH and community services in the Royal Marsden.
In her spare time, Laura also acts as the physiotherapist for her local gaelic football team, which she really enjoys. She is a keen cyclist and gaelic footballer.
Sophie graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2008. She has worked for St Georges NHS Trust for over 8 years, predominantly in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and women’s health. She specialises in the treatment of pregnancy back and pelvic pain and bladder and bowel dysfunctions.
Sophie is Pilates trained and has completed her APPI Matwork levels 1-3. She enjoys restoring functional movement patterns through pilates exercise. Sophie trained in acupuncture with ALIED two years ago and finds acupuncture a useful adjunct to physiotherapy treatments. Outside of work Sophie enjoys yoga and pilates and has a keen interest in diet and holistic therapies.
We have other highly qualified Chartered Physiotherapists working for the Service who have a wealth of clinical expertise.