BODYWORKS PHYSIOTHERAPY PLUS - Key Persons
Emma Mc Donald MCSP. Emma qualified in 1988 from St Marys Paddington. She has a keen interest in the treatment and rehabilitation of Sports Injuries, Spinal problems and Work related problems. She provides musculoskeletal and ergonomic services to GPs, Sports Clubs, Corporate Companies and Schools. She is currently learning how to inject joints.
Mandy Noble BSc(Hons),MMACP,HCPC, MCSP-Practice Partner & Senior Clinical Director Since qualifying in 1986 Mandy has worked in the public and private sectors, treating muscular and skeletal injuries. As an active professional practitioner and through continued professional development, Mandy offers the highest standard of service utilising the latest research backed Physiotherapy treatments, Pilates techniques and Acupuncture to treat injuries. Mandy has extensive experience working with all types of injuries and surgery. She has done much post graduate training in the use of Acupuncture and is a member of the AACP; She has done extensive post graduate training in the use of Manipulation and the management of musculoskeletal injuries and gained membership of the MACP; She trained to teach Pilates and qualified as a Body Control Pilates teacher(BCP) in 2003 and is interested in the use of Clinical Pilates in Rehabilitation, improving Bone Health (including Osteoporosis), and in the management of Scoliosis. She is a member of POGP and enjoys treating Womens Health Problems. She has worked in Occupational Health, and has experience in Work Station assessments and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health (ACPOH).
Nicola Burrows Grad Dip Phys, MSOM, MCSP-Practice Partner and Senior Clinical Director Since graduating from Addenbrookes School of Physiotherapy, Cambridge in 1988 Nicola spent 10 years working in Londons most prestigious hospitals. In 1995 she became a partner in Bodyworks Physiotherapy Clinic and has been working here and in her Occupational health role since. Nicola has completed extensive post registration training and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Acupuncture; The Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. She is also a member of Physiofirst, the private practitioners group. Nicola divides her week between providing Physiotherapy treatment and teaching Pilates at the clinic and Occupational Health sessions at John Lewis, Kingston. She has a keen interest in the use of Acupuncture for pain relief and specialises in the treatment of Spinal problems, Sports Injuries and in particular foot and knee problems. In her spare time she is a keen cyclist and long distance walker.