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Physiotherapy, Sports Injury and Therapy Centre
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Esin first trained as a biomedical scientist and has worked at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge, Northwick Park and University College London in the Haematology and Blood transfusion departments. Her main interests were bone marrow transplant, stem cell research and leukaemia.
She qualified as Physiotherapist in 2013 from St. George’s Medical school and is registered with the Health Professions Council and with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Since qualifying Esin has worked in Southend Hospital where she covered all aspects of physiotherapy. At the same time she developed a cancer rehabilitation program for all types of cancer patients and she also developed exercise classes for cancer survivors at the Macmillan centre.
Esin works as a senior Macmillan physiotherapist and has an interest in orthopaedic medicine. She has passed the society of orthopaedic Medicine exams and she is also trained to use acupuncture and is qualified to undertake Ergonomic assessments.
Esin is available to work evenings and weekends and home visits . If you require out of hours physio please contact Esin on 07505 307769 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Penny has an active interest in Orthopaedic Medicine and studied under Dr. Cyriax in London learning the techniques of assessment and manipulation.
This approach is fundamental to discover the origin and therefore, treatment of pain and injury.
Treatment cannot be successful if you don’t know what you are
INDEPENDENT MOBILITY ASSESSOR
Penny undertakes work on behalf of Access Independent as an independent assessor for blue badge assessments.
Anyone who feels they need a blue badge due to MOBILITY issues can apply for an assessment.
Details can be found online at www.gov.uk/apply-
Physiotherapy is the most widely available of all the rehabilitation professions to help the body work to its maximum potential. The basic aim of physiotherapy is to help alleviate pain and restore normal movement and function.
Physiotherapists at Kentesphysio will help you by adopting a ‘hands on’ approach but will also help you by showing you simple techniques that can, and should, be used at home. We will ask questions and give you an examination prior to treatment. We treat a wide range of conditions including, amongst others, sports injuries, acute trauma, post operative conditions and arthritis.
Always make sure you consult a fully qualified practitioner. All physiotherapists at Kentesphysio are registered members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.
We are recognized by most of the leading private medical health Companies.
Physiotherapists do not prescribe drugs but work closely with GPs if medication is required. We use a variety of manual therapy, electrotherapy and exercises to obtain maximum recovery.
We work closely with other allied health professionals when necessary to provide all aspects of treatment and care
Privacy and Confidentiality are guaranteed.
Penny trained at Guy’s Hospital, London qualifying in 1978 when she moved to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London.
Following several appointments covering all aspects of physiotherapy in the NHS both as a junior and senior physiotherapist Penny moved into the private sector working at the Hartswood Hospital in Brentwood.
She took over KentesPhysio from Sue Lister in 1988 and has been in the Southend area ever since.
Penny is a member of the following organisations:
Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
PhysioFirst ( formerly OCPPP)
Associate Member of the Royal Society of Medicine (RSM)
Association of Orthopaedic Physiotherapists (AOCP)
Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports
Contact Penny at: email@example.com