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Pinner Road Physiotherapy

Pinner Road Physiotherapy

Show Phone Number97 Pinner Road, Harrow, Middx, HA1 4ETUK
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 20:00
Tuesday08:00 - 20:00
Wednesday08:00 - 20:00
Thursday08:00 - 20:00
Friday08:00 - 16:30
Saturday09:30 - 13:00
Sunday
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Popular Treatments

Physiotherapist Consultation
Stroke Rehabilitation
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Posture Management
Neurorehabilitation
Electrotherapy
IFT - Interferential Therapy
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
Whiplash
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About Pinner Road Physiotherapy

Treatments for musculoskeletal conditions provided by chartered physiotherapists and pelvic floor services for men and women are the specialties of this physiotherapy clinic. The clinic is located in Harrow in Middlesex. Services provided include physiotherapy for rehabilitation of prolapsed disks, sciatica, muscle, joint and joint pain, joint stiffness, arthritis pains, pain resulting from injury, soft tissue injury like tennis elbow and housemaids knee, repetitive strain injuries, postural problems and post orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation. Pelvic floor services for pregnant women and post prostate surgery incontinence for men is also provided at the clinic.

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Provides

Orthopaedics

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

Clinic Services

Home visits - Domiciliary Visits-£45.00

Physiotherapy

 
Electrotherapy
 
IFT - Interferential Therapy
 
Neurorehabilitation
 
Physiotherapist Consultation
 
Posture Management
 
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
 
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
 
Stroke Rehabilitation
 
STT - Soft Tissue Therapy
 
Whiplash

Osteopathy

 
Osteopath Consultation

Orthopaedics

 
Hip Replacement
 
Orthopaedist Consultation

Payment Information

Insurance

Private Patients Welcome

NHS

CIGNA Healthcare

Kay Crotty

Biography:
graduated from the Bradford Hospital's School of Physiotherapy in 1982 and started her career as a new postgraduate at Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow for three years. She subsequently went to work in Canada where she was able to undertake a full course of postgraduate study in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. On returning to the UK in 1987 she set up a small practice in Harrow which eventually was to move to the Pinner Road site in 1990. She has completed many postgraduate courses since. Her specialist interest is in the pelvic floor and management of urinary incontinence. She is currently leading a programme of research investigating pelvic floor exercises in collaboration with The University of Hertfordshire and Northwick Park Hospital..

Nitin Patel

Biography:
Nitin has been practicing since 1999. A keen sports and spinal physiotherapist credits in the sporting world include: - Working as the lead physiotherapist for the National Indian Cricket Team touring England in summer 2007 - Touring with the England Cricket Board (ECB) fast bowling high performance team to India in January 2006 - Winning the British Association of Sports and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) Aircast fellowship, November 2005 - Award for the best research presentation at the ECB 2nd Congress in Sports and Exercise Medicine

Rosalind Sandys

Biography:
graduated from the University of Ulster in 1981. She took up her first post at The Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast where she gained intensive experience in all areas of trauma, especially orthopaedics and neurological rehabilitation. She moved to London to work at University College Hospital where her interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy developed and since then she has attended numerous postgraduate courses in this field. She has provided physiotherapy for local rugby teams and health clubs.

Karen Barkshire

Biography:
has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist since 1991. Incorporated into her caseload of peripheral and spinal joint dysfunction treatments are acupuncture and core stabilising. She enjoys the challenge of learning new skills and this year will be undertaking further post graduate training in rehabilitation for vestibular dysfunction (Meniere's Syndrome).
Show Phone Number97 Pinner Road, Harrow, Middx, HA1 4ETUK