Robert Galloway, physiotherapy and applied kinesiologist in London:
Robert is registered as a physiotherapist with all major health insurances but not BUPA and AXA/PPP who in 2016/7 reduced their benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up. This will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
She listens to ner patient’s needs very carefully, addressing the causes of their injury as well as their symptoms to produce a diagnosis and treatment tailored specifically to their needs and goals. In her practice, she uses manipulation/mobilisations techniques, trigger point therapy, tapping, muscle energy techniques, adverse neurodynamics combined with rehabilitation exercise programs for patients to return to their work, sport or hobby as soon as possible. Postgraduate courses include, Acupuncture, advanced spinal manipulation techniques, K tapping, Functional Movement Screening, myofascial release and pain management.
‘To further develop my interest in nutrition, I am currently studying to become a Nutritional Therapist at The Institute for Optimum Nutrition (ION).
I hope once I qualify, to implement my knowledge in nutrition to optimise injury recovery and wellbeing’
Susana truly enjoys working with her patients, being 100% committed to help them achieve their goals.
Susana is registered as a physiotherapist with all major health insurances but not BUPA and AXA/PPP who in 2016/7 reduced their benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up. This will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
Ange-Elie Ramariavelo, physiotherapist in London:
Master’s in Physiotherapy
Master’s in Sport Sciences
Pro sports experience
Accredited by insurers
A bit about Ange…
Ange has master’s degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports Sciences, with specialist knowledge in applied anatomy, biomechanics, physiology and nutrition.
He also has diplomas in Kinesiotaping Application Techniques and Spinal Manual Therapy & Advanced Osteopathic Manipulations.
As a former professional footballer, Ange has a unique understanding of the expectations placed on athletes, along with the potential setbacks and injuries they can experience.
Ange’s time spent working within an osteopathic sports injury clinic has further enhanced his knowledge in this area, enabling him to develop a thorough understanding of how the body works and heals.
When he’s not treating or playing football, Ange enjoys pursuing a wide range of physical activities, from athletics and gymnastics to yoga and pilates.
“I would say my approach starts with listening, whether it is verbal or non-verbal, the body itself gives a lot of information.
As a part of my observation, I will evaluate your posture, the relative position of the different segments of your spine while resting, standing and in movement and the function of your main area of concern.
I know the body is organised in muscular chains, hence the root of your problem can be somewhere else than your main area of concern.
Also, prevention and well-being is very important to me and I will gladly appreciate any discussion about meditation, breathing, training and least but not last stretching.”
Master’s degree in Physiotherapy & Functional Rehabilitation with honours
Master’s degree in Sport Sciences & Adapted Physical Activities with honours
Spinal Manual Therapy & Advanced Osteopathic Manipulations diploma
Medical Acupuncture diploma (dry needling)
Evidence Based Practice diploma
Kinesiotaping Application Techniques diploma
Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
Registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Ange is registered as a physiotherapist with all major health insurances but not BUPA and AXA/PPP who in 2016/7 reduced their benefits per treatment and not allowing their members to top up. This will not make it viable for most clinics in Central London to work with them.
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