Treating sports injuries, back and neck problems, post orthopaedic surgery, fractures and many other conditions, our physiotherapists plan and manage the most effective programme for a safe, fast recovery.
Often our physiotherapists work in the gym, to ensure that patients are clear on which exercises they should be doing independently. Many patients need this one to one instruction to correct their technique, but also to monitor progress with treatment.
Physio Fitness Opening Hours: 8am to 8.30pm daily and on Saturdays from 9-2pm for physiotherapy. The rest of the weekend is for our sports massage service.
To book a consultation please call 020 7183 4436 or email.
The founder and managing director of Physio Fitness, Shelley qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 1994, gaining a BSc. and a MSc. in Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2000.
Shelley spent her first six years as a physiotherapist working in the NHS, alongside orthopaedic consultants and rheumatologists and has since worked in private practice, consolidating and expanding her knowledge and skills through training.
She has worked with many sports clubs over the years, including the British Judo Squad, is a member of the Cumberland Tennis Club, and looks after the UCS Old Boys Rugby club.
Shelley specialises in orthopaedics and sports injuries, joint manipulations and mobilisations, and acupuncture.
Emily trained as a sports and remdial massage therapist at the North London School of Sports Massage (NLSSM). She is a member of the Sports Massage Association (SMA) and the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). She has a Dip SRMT (BTEC level 5).
Emily has extensive experience practising deep tissue, sports and remdial massage techniques. She has an excellent understanding of the anatomy of the human body enabling her to fully understand how muscle tension, tightness and trauma affect the musculo-skeletal system. Her knowledge of many different medical conditions allows her to use her techniques in a variety of positions to improve the effectiveness of treatment. Emily appreciates how everyday stresses contribute to a build up of muscle tension and she provides patients with advice and stretches to maximise their results. Emily herself is a keen long distance runner and understands the importance of good training methods to improve the general health of our tissues to enable us to exercise to our full potential.
Emily works closely with our in-house physiotherapists to ensure that patients get maximum gain from their treatment and rehabilitation using a combination of the two therapies.
BSc Physio MCSP AACP
Sergio graduated at Cespu University with first class honours in Oporto, Portugal. After graduating he went to Madrid where he specialized in Myofascial Pain and Fibromyalgia at University Castilla La Mancha.
He came to the UK in 2013, where he has been based in private practice working as Senior Physiotherapist at Wembley Stadium for the Football Association (F.A.) a well as working as a physiotherapist in the Occupational Health Department at the Brompton Hospital.
In Portugal he practised in private sports clinics, working close with National elite athletes in tennis, rugby, rowing, gymnastic and hockey. In addition, he worked pitch side with semi-professional footballcand basketball teams. He has also had experience working in the NHS Orthopaedic Hospitals where he gained experience in treating pre and post operative conditions.
As a ‘Hands on’ physiotherapist, Sergio favours a variety of manual techniques including Manual Trigger Points Therapy, Dry needling (technique with acupuncture needles), Electro-acupuncture and Kinesiology Taping.
He considers it very important to continue with his own professional development to keep him updated on new skills and techniques to provide the best care and treatment to aid the recovery of his patients.
He is extremely well placed to treat a wide range of conditions due to his diversity of experience for example musculo-skeletal conditions, orthopaedics cases and sport injuries. He has a keen interest in working with post trauma patients and post fracture patients.
Sergio himself is a keen sportsman but his most recent interest and passion is surfing!
Asta graduated in Physiotherapy from Lithuanian Sports University in 2013. She moved to London after her graduation and has been working in private practice ever since, specialising in the Musculoskeletal field. Asta uses various manual therapy techniques in her treatment, such as manual trigger point release, joint mobilisations, kinesiology taping, sports massage therapy as well as exercise therapy and electrotherapy to achieve the optimum results in treatment. She also focuses on the education of her patients, so that they understand the condition and diagnosis and hence the need to work on prevention and correction.