We know it’s not been long since our last newsletter but we couldn’t wait to share some exciting new developments.
First up, we are delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website, then there’s news on the appointment of one of our physiotherapists as Head Physio at Surrey Women’s Cricket Club and finally the launch of a brand new health clinic for women.

Alison and the Surrey Physiotherapy team

New year, new website!

Our new website is now live and we hope you like it as much as we do.

Sleek new design:

Nestled amongst the pages of the sleek new design is a whole host of content, including details of our range of services and the types of issues we can help with.

You will also find the very latest news from the practice, lots of information on the skills and experience of our ever growing team and much more.

Why not stop by the new look site today and let us know what you think?

BEN’S BELTER: PHYSIO’S NEW CRICKET CHALLENGE

 

One of cricket’s most iconic grounds forms the backdrop to Ben’s exciting new sporting role

The new year is off to a flying start for Ben Austen as he embarks on an exciting new additional role as the Head Physiotherapist at Surrey Women’s Cricket Club.

Ben is our resident sports therapist and falls prevention class leader.  He also supports the Kinetic Foundation football academy and has worked as a strength and conditioning coach and physiotherapist for Crystal Palace Football club.  He now adds the iconic Kia Oval cricket ground to the list of notable sports venues at which he has been fortunate enough to work.

We wish Ben the best of luck in this additional role and we look forward to hearing his tales from the cricket ground at the next falls prevention class. Good Luck Ben!

New Women’s Health Clinic Launch

At the start of the New Year we welcomed a new Physio to the team in the shape of Orla O’Doherty.

Orla will be extending the Practice’s range of services by introducing a Women’s Health Clinic which will focus on pelvic floor dysfunction and she will offer:

  • Advice;
  • A personalised pelvic floor exercise programme;
  • Bladder training;
  • Acupuncture, and more.

Orla, who qualified as a Physio from St George’s Hospital Medical school and has over ten years’ NHS experience, and five years private practice experience in women’s health, said: “It’s so frustrating to see women who have been suffering in silent embarrassment from something that can often be successfully treated in a short timeframe. The difference I can make to their lives is remarkable and extremely rewarding”.

You can read more about the new clinic on page 72-73 of the December edition of the CR5 magazine.