Managed and run by Pete Quartly MSc. MCSP, Physio Lab has been established with the aim of putting the patient first. Assessments and treatments are designed around the patient with a view to regaining full function as quickly as possible.
Close links have been forged with the local healthcare community to ensure the best care is sought for the patient at all points throughout their care.
The clinic is run to the highest of standards and as a result is registered with BUPA healthcare along with the other major healthcare insurance providers.
Graduated from Manchester University in 1997 with an honours degree in physiotherapy.
Graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2007 with a Masters Degree in Manual Therapy. Thesis based on muscle imbalance around the patellofemoral (knee) joint.
Over twenty years varied clinical experience including time spent in the NHS, at the Manchester City F. C. Platt lane Sports Injuries Clinic and more recently Physiotherapy Manager at The Manor Hospital Oxford. Sports team coverage has included lead physiotherapist for the student rugby league world cup, Rochdale Hornets and Oldham Rugby league with varying rugby union and football team experience.
Registered with the Health Professions Council member number: PH53700 (www.hpc-org.uk)
Registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists members number: 058257 (www.csp.org.uk)
Registered with Physiofirst, the organisation for physiotherapists in private practice (OCPPP). (www.physiofirst.org.uk)
Graduated from Brunel University in 2010 with a Honours degree in physiotherapy.
Jen has over ten years of clinical experience, working alongside Pete for the last nine years. Experience includes working in her own clinic and alongside a variety of sports teams including Oxford Harlequins Rugby Union, Hinksey Sculling School rowing team and is currently the physiotherapist for Hawks Hockey overseeing the women's team.
Registered with the Health Professions Council member number: PH94624 (www.hpc-org.uk)
Registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists members number: 086392 (www.csp.org.uk)
Registered with Physiofirst, the organisation for physiotherapists in private practice (OCPPP): 9475 (www.physiofirst.org.uk)
Chartered Physiotherapists are able to provide you with the confidence that you should expect in a clinician through an expert clinical skills base and rigorous adherence to high standards of care, set out by the following state recognised governing bodies.
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists www.csp.org.uk
The Health Professions Council www.hpc-org.uk
Physio First www.physiofirst.org.uk
From a solid base of education and experience, drawing on the latest in research and physiotherapy practice, assessment and analysis of your condition will provide an accurate diagnosis of your complaint. From this diagnosis the right form of treatment can be executed.
Conditions that we can treat include
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At Physio Lab biomechanical assessments are primarily designed with the sports person in mind.
The assessment is split into four parts:
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The foot needs to support up to three times your body weight when walking or running. The correct prescription or provision of orthotics or insoles for your shoes can help in the treatment and prevention of many complaints including pain originating from the:
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Sports injury management is where we excel. With a strong sporting clinical background and expert skills to masters degree level, we are able to provide you with an assessment and diagnosis of your compliant that you can rely on. We aim to guide you through your rehabilitation quickly and always aim for a quick return to sport.
Functional rehabilitation will compliment any treatment you are receiving. Once an exercise program has been designed for you, religious application will aid in the prevention of further injury and assist in improved coordination, flexibility and body awareness.
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