Libby Gale – Director and Senior Physiotherapist

Libby graduated from UEL in 1997 after completing a BSc Hons degree in Physiotherapy. Her first role as a qualified Physiotherapist was at The Homerton Hospital in London where she completed two years as a junior therapist rotating around the different areas of Physiotherapy including, musculoskeletal outpatients, neurology, paediatrics, elderly care and respiratory. She then continued to work in the NHS for a further year before making the move into private practice.

Libby has a keen interest in the use of acupuncture for a variety of painful conditions but has a special interest in treating headaches and spinal pain as well as sciatic pain or pain in the arm that is caused by impingement of the nerves in the neck. She also specialises in the treatment of chronic pain and the treatment of our older clients.

Caroline Beswick, Holistic Therapist

Practising Reflexology and Indian Head Massage. Member of the Association of Reflexology (MAR)

Caroline uses holistic therapies to help people restore balance to the body and mind.

Reflexology is based on the principle that physical, emotional and mental health are intrinsically linked. In this ancient practice, the feet are seen as a “mirror” of the body, mapping out its interlinked structures, organs and systems. Gentle massage and pressure is used on specific reflex points on the feet to release energy blockages and tension in corresponding areas of the body. This complementary treatment allows the body to heal itself naturally, promoting harmony, balance and wellbeing.

Reflexology can be used at any stage of life to improve sleep, promote positive energy flow (our “life force” or Qi), aid lymph and blood circulation, reduce stress and anxiety, support hormonal changes and create a feeling of deep relaxation. It’s suitable for babies, children, teenagers, conception, maternity, post-natal, menopause and older patients.

Each hour-long session begins and ends with a relaxing foot massage using an organic cream with essential oils. Sessions can be booked as a single treatment or a series over a period of months to help support and complement conventional medical approaches for specific issues such as pain, stress, insomnia and migraines.

Indian Head Massage can be used on its own as a 30-minute session (with or without natural oil) or in combination with reflexology for a “top to toe” blissful treatment to promote healing and relaxation. This treatment provides a beneficial and deeply relaxing acupressure massage to the head, scalp, neck, shoulders, arms and face. With its roots in the Hindu health care practice of Ayurveda, Indian Head Massage has numerous benefits including:

Improving migraines and headaches

Relieving neck, back and shoulder pain,

Detoxifying the body by stimulating lymphatic drainage

Reducing stress and anxiety

Improving blood flow to aid concentration

Renewing energy levels

Promoting hair growth

Caroline holds a Level 3 Diploma in Reflexology (Distinction) and a VTCT Level 3 Certificate in Indian Head Massage.

Geoff Thiselton – Senior Physiotherapist

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Jill Trowell- Sports Therapist

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