Simpson MSc. MCSP SRP.
After qualifying at the Royal London Hospital I had the opportunity
to move to Australia to work as a physiotherapist for 3 years in both
the outback and coastal hospitals.
On returning to London I worked in private practice in London specialising
in musicians and sports and the problems associated with intensive
practice and performance.
In 2000 I gained an MSc in Human Ergonomics from the University of
Surrey and with this qualification I worked as an Occupational Physiotherapist
in the field of Health and Safety in both London and Melbourne.
In 2010 I started 1066physio and now treat a wide range of conditions
and injuries with manual therapies and acupuncture. I also enjoy teaching
pilates on a one to one basis or classes as I feel that the exercises
are the best way to maintain muscle strength and soft tissue flexibility
whilst minimising strain to joints.
Williams. Bsc. Sports Rehabilitation
I graduated from St Marys University, Twickenham with a BSc
in Sports Rehabilitation. Rehabilitation is the process of returning
an injured person or athlete to full functionality and fitness so
as to reduce the chance of re-injury.
I have been fortunate enough gain experience in a clinical setting
where I worked alongside other physiotherapists creating and implementing
rehabilitation plans for all injuries from ankle sprain to lumbar
fusions, and with many professional sports teams including the New
Zealand and Samoan Rugby teams, the England Women's Sevens team, and
the Harlequins RFC.