Meet The Physiostherapy Team
Esin is Consultant Physiotherapist of Kentes Physio Ltd - with over fifteen years of NHS experience.
She trained as a Biomedical Scientist from Cambridge and Chartered Physiotherapist from St George’s Medical School University of London. Since qualifying, she has undertaken a wealth of postgraduate studies, including Diplomas in Injection Therapy, Acupuncture, Society of Orthopaedic Medicine Course and Cancer Rehabilitation.
Having specialised in musculoskeletal care, she has worked as an MSK Extended Scope Practitioner in the NHS as well as in private practice. She has developed a special interest in treating complex lower limb pathologies, running injuries and chronic hip and groin patients. Clinically, she deals with complex patients referred by GPs and for a second opinion on failed patients by other therapists.
She is currently working as a Consultant Physiotherapist as a band 8b at Queens Way Surgery NHS Trust in Southend-on-Sea and runs Joint Injection clinic for the practice. She teaches MSK and neurology as part of non-medical prescribing course at University of Essex
- Excercise therapy
- Interferential therapy
- Injection therapy
- Sports injuries
- Ultrasound therapy
- Orthopaedic Medicine / Rehabilitation
Sue previously worked in the Finance industry before training as a Nurse at St. George’s Hospital/ Kingston University (1999).
She went on to be Cabin Crew part time with BA combining both Nursing on her days off and flying around the world. In 2008 she qualified as a Holistic Massage therapist - ITEC Level 3, Anatomy, Physiology and Business. Shortly after she became pregnant and devoted her time to her child. Sue has now set up her own Massage Business, treating many different clients with different needs.If you would like to book a massage please contact her direct 07958149630
Her prices are: 30 mins - £20 45 mins - £25 60 mins - £30
Jane qualified in Reflexology in 1995 but wanted to understand in greater depth what actually causes imbalance and disease and to expand her clinical and diagnostic skills. In 1998 she became a student of Herbal Medicine at Middlesex University and graduated with honours in 2002.
Herbal Medicine uses plant extracts from roots, leaves, flowers, bark and fruits to treat medical conditions and physiological disorders. The Art has been passed down through generations and has been extensively studied and tested. Herbal Medicine can be used along with or instead of conventional treatments and is a safe and very effective way to treat disease.
Because Herbal Medicine uses whole parts of plants, rather than isolated compounds, side effects are rare. We take an Holistic approach to illness and the function of the whole person with the aim to support the body and treat the cause of the problems as well as the symptoms.