Sevenoaks Physiotherapy are pleased to announce that Emily Whatling has joined Sevenoaks Physiotherapy. Emily has had a fantastic career working within elite sport including with Team GB in Rio. Emily also worked at Bisham Abbey National Sports Centre work with England and GB Hockey, and now works for Woman's FA as part of their Medical team support. Emily’s involvement in elite sport has spanned 3 Olympic Games and 2 Commonwealth Games, Rio being her favourite due to its challenges whilst being the most rewarding. We hope you look forward to meeting Emily as much as we do working with her!
We would like to introduce you to our new Physiotherapist Faye Peck. Faye qualified in 2002 and has worked for the NHS, abroad in New Zealand and with a number of sports clubs (hockey, football and rugby). Her last post was for 7 years at a private company in London seeing musculoskeletal and post surgical conditions, performing DSE work station assessments, running and cycle assessments and rehabilitating patients in a hydrotherapy pool. She was also part of the hypermobility unit in St John and St Elizabeth. We are excited about the fact that Faye adds to and deepens the clinics sports specific expertise.
Monday October 5th, 2015: Louise Huntley, one of the physios at Manor Clinic, was interviewed on the BBC Radio Kent's Julia George show. The topic was injuries in children. Louise's interview can be heard on BBC iPlayer using the link http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p0332dh5#play This is available until November 4th and her interview starts at the 1 hour 35 minutes mark.
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