Wei Liang studied the degree course in Traditional Chinese Medicine in China and is a member of The Acupuncture Society in the UK. He has acquired considerable experience in clinical practice both in China and UK after receiving his university studies. He is an experienced practitioner of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine with over 20 years clinical experience. Acupuncture uses very fine, sterile, disposable (single use) needles to stimulate acupoints along the energy channel (meridians) to regulate the flow of vital energy and restore any imbalance. It is considered to be effective on pain management, nerve and stress problems and many other wide ranges of symptoms and conditions.
Martin has worked within the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy since graduating from the Robert Gordon University (Aberdeen, Scotland) in 2010. He has worked predominantly within the national health service and private practices, mainly in south west London and Kent. His main areas of interest are in conditions relating to the neck and back, having gained extensive experience running a spinal clinic within GP practices in Wandsworth dealing with patients with sedentary conditions to overactive lifestyles. Martin also has a passion for sports injuries and working with athletes, particularly relating to the hip and knee though his current part time work with Fulham Football Club. Martin has completed post graduate courses in Osteopathic Techniques, Explain Pain, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, among other hands on therapies. He is interested in the biopsychosocial model and how that impacts on people’s health and day to day life, especially in relation to Persistent Pain conditions. Martin believes a positive, open rapport is essential for patients to achieve their desired goals. Away from work, Martin is passionate about most forms of art and music; and enjoys running, yoga and playing football.
Lucy Mitchell Lucy qualified in 2009 and has successfully gained experience with musculo-skeletal problems; ski injuries, running, upper and lower limb post operative rehabilitation. She worked very closely with an orthopaedic consultant for the past couple years and has rehabilitated clients on a large repertoire of operations. Lucy is passionate about sports. She now specialises in sport injuries and has worked for various rugby, hockey and netball teams across the UK. Her experience has even enabled her to travel to South Africa and gain pitch side experience. Her enthusiasm and determination to rehabilitate her clients and get her clients back to their sport of choice and educating on injury prevention comes across in a positive way. Lucy has worked at the London marathon for 7 years. This experience has been invaluable and has extended her knowledge in running injuries. She enjoys a hands on approach to therapy, complimented by acupuncture and pilates when appropriate. She also has experience in spinal problems where postural correction is important, adjusting muscle imbalances. Lucy enjoys the variation of elite sports injuries to neck and back pain from a sedentary lifestyle. She is continuously extending her knowledge with courses, she has achieved her acupuncture and pilates qualification. Lucy loves to play tennis, run and ski in her free time and she also loves to travel and has climbed Kilimanjaro with friends.
Federico completed his BSc Physiotherapy degree at the University of Genova (Italy) and further post graduate training at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and the Hospital Clínico Universitario San Carlos. Since qualifying, Federico has gained invaluable experience working with back pain patients in a private clinic in Italy and in a private physiotherapy clinic in London. He is a HCPC/CSP registered physiotherapist. Federico has a holistic approach to meet the needs of his patients, depending on their condition and the treatment needed to get them back to their pre injury health. Federico has a special interest in sports injuries with a focus treating shoulder, back and lower limb post surgery and acute pain. Federico is very much a manual therapist using a wide range of physiotherapy techniques including a Mulligan's approach to back pain and techniques to reduce neck pain. Federico enjoys an active lifestyle which includes playing football, bodyweight exercises, running and snowboarding. He is fluent in Italian, Spanish and English
Tim is a highly experiences physiotherapist who had practiced for more than 20 years across all areas of medicine. Tim draws on this experience to get to the source of your injuries and pain as quickly as possible. At then of your initial consultation you will have a full diagnostic along with a structured plan to get you better. Tim uses his vast network of contacts in medicine to access quick scans and opinions from the best professional in London when needed. He has also worked in elite sport for many years including the English football premier league and the ATP professional tennis tour ,which he continues to consult on. He was also honoured to be selected as the physiotherapist for the men 's tennis event at the London 2012 Olympics.
Ewelina graduated in 2015 with a BSc Physiotherapy Degree from Opole Medical School in Poland. She has completed extensive post graduate soft tissue courses including Kinesiotaping, Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, Cupping massage, and Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy. Ewelina specialises in different types of soft tissue therapy, including massage for sports people, deep tissue mobilisation, Lymphatic Drainage and Swedish. Ewelina also provides specialist care for Postural and post pregnancy. Ewelina started her career as a Physiotherapist in Poland treating a wide range of musculoskeletal pathologies including sports injuries, low back pain and shoulder/neck symptoms. Ewelina enjoys running, cycling and also travelling to discover a variety of cultures.
Laura is a fully licensed Chartered Physiotherapist with current membership to the HCPC (Health and Care Professional Council), CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapist) and ISCP (Irish Society of Chartered Physiotherapist). Laura obtained her BSc Physiotherapy degree at the University of Tor Vergata (Italy). She has also completed a two year course in Manual Therapy – Maitland Concept. Laura is also fully trained and certified in Pilates and dry needling. Since qualifying Laura has gained valuable experience working in both Italy and Ireland, primarily in the private sector focusing on musculoskeletal injuries (MSK). Laura’s main areas of interest are in sports and musculoskeletal conditions, having gained extensive experience in these areas during her time working in sports injury clinics. Laura also has a particular passion for neck disorders, knee and hip injuries. Laura prefers a hands on and holistic approach to Physiotherapy, to be able to get patients back into their normal routines and improve their quality of life. Laura is a passionate and driven Physiotherapist with plans to grow and develop in the field of Physiotherapy. She is committed to CPD and evidence based practice, and has completed a number of postgraduate courses. Laura likes to lead an active lifestyle. She enjoys running, cycling, Pilates and kick boxing. Laura also loves to pick up new languages and besides Italian and English – she also speaks fluent Spanish.
Marta has an extensive CV in soft tissue therapy with a high level of proficiency , both domestically and internationally. Marta is passionate about her work and constantly seeks to improve and build on her high level of skills and knowledge within her field. She specialises in Deep Tissue massage, Swedish massage, relaxing Lomi Lomi and pregnancy massages, she is very competent in other field of massage. Marta is a great listener who understands her client 's individual needs but also flawlessly read signals from her patient anatomy through her sessions. This has allowed her to offer her patients a high quality holistic approach while working passionately to deal with her clients specific symptoms.
Jacky completed his MSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton in 2019 after obtaining his BSc (Hons) in Applied Sports and Exercise Science at the University of Edinburgh. Following his degree, Jacky began his career at King’s College Hospital Trust in London, where he completed various rotations including Musculoskeletal, neurology, Trauma orthopaedics and respiratory. As a result Jacky is adept in a wide range of post-operative treatments and rehabilitation. He has a good understanding of the musculoskeletal system and human biomechanics, as well as the way the body responds and adapts to exercise and rehabilitation. Aside from working in the NHS, Jacky has a passion for sports injuries and has experience in track and field, and has covered indoor and outdoor junior athletics championships. This involved diagnosing and treating acute injuries using manual therapy, tailored exercise prescription/rehabilitation programmes, and advice. Jacky’s passion is to “re-enable” patients with musculoskeletal disorders, and to provide his patients with the right tools to thrive. He believes that a positive attitude is essential to build a good rapport with patients in order to help patients achieve their personal goals.
Welcome to Kensington High Street Physio and Sports Medicine. We have a long, proud history of treating and rehabilitating patients in the local area back to full health.
Our team of clinicians are all highly skilled in delivering some of the best physiotherapy that is currently on offer in London. We believe foremost in an accurate diagnosis to ensure that you understand your injury, and secondly, in a thorough treatment and rehabilitation plan to keep you motivated and on-track to full fitness and health. The combination of manual therapy and exercise that we offer is crucial to you getting the most out of your treatments with us and regaining your full function once again.