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Rowan graduated from Brunel University and joined the Physiotherapy team at East Surrey Hospital. Prior to graduation he completed a sports massage course and worked as a sports massage therapist whilst studying for his degree. On completion of his junior rotations he worked at West Ham United Football Club where he provided injury prevention, post injury first aid, injury treatment and rehabilitation to facilitate a return to training. Since leaving West Ham gained further experience in the NHS and then joined the team at Kingsmead Physiotherapy Clinic. Rowan became owner of Kingsmead in 2015 and has since maintained the excellent service that patients have come to know at the clinic.
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Janice graduated from The Prince of Wales School of Physiotherapy and completed a post graduate year at St Bartholomews Hospital specialising in orthopaedics and musculo-skeletal conditions. Her career continued in the NHS where she held Senior and Superintendent posts in London and the South-East before setting up Kingsmead Physiotherapy Clinic.
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After graduating from Cardiff University, Kate joined the physiotherapy department at East Surrey Hospital and completed all her junior rotations. She then became a Senior Physiotherapist in Trauma and Orthopaedics. In 2009 Kate was appointed as Team Leader Physiotherapist in Trauma and Orthopaedics at the Royal Surrey County Hospital. She has completed a range of post-graduate courses, including acupuncture and has now also joined the physiotherapy team at Kingsmead Physiotherapy Clinic. Kate has a specialist interest in the management of Parkinson’s Disease and the rehabilitation of traumatic injury and joint replacement surgery.
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Steve graduated with First Class honours in his BSc (hons) Sports Science degree, from the University of Brighton in 2005. He continued his studies at the University, graduating with a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science (Physiotherapy) in 2008.
He spent the later part of 2008, and early 2009, volunteering at a school for children with special needs, in Thika Kenya working with the Kenyan national football team. Upon his return, Steve entered into the National Health Service, where he spent 20 months completing his junior rotations at Eastbourne District General Hospital and East Surrey Hospital.
Steve has a strong interest in sport, and in particular football. He combined his full time NHS post with working within the Crystal Palace Football Club Academy in the 2009/10 season. To further his specialisation in Sports Physiotherapy, Steve left the NHS in July 2010 to take the post of Head of Youth Physiotherapy at Plymouth Argyle Football Club. At the beginning of the 2011/12 season, Steve started in his present of role of Assistant First Team Physiotherapist at a London based football club, and has been working part time in private practice for the past year.
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Dee graduated from the University of Essex in 2007 with a MSc in Physiotherapy. Originally from Essex, Dee completed her junior rotations at Southend Hospital which included Orthopaedics and Musculoskeletal Out patients. She then specialised at a senior level from 2010 in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Alongside this, Dee volunteered and worked for three national league rugby union teams assessing and treating a multitude of acute injuries using skills of taping, manual therapy and rehabilitation.
From 2012, Dee moved over to Surrey working as a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist for the Royal Marsden NHS Trust and Epsom and St Helier NHS Trust. Over the last eight years she has worked part time in private practice and has been promoted to Physiotherapy Team Leader and then onto an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner role within the NHS. She has also completed an MSc in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton in 2018 and is currently a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). Dee has a specialist interest in sports injuries and the lower limb
After graduating from Brighton University in 1996 Helen went on to complete her junior rotations at the Princess Royal University Hospital and continued on to become a Senior physiotherapist in Out Patients.
Helen went on to work in a number of Out Patient posts in the south east which included being a back pain specialist. After finding an interest in spinal conditions she took up a post in a private physiotherapy clinic which included the treatment of spinal problems, sports injuries and biomechanical assessments. During this time she also set up a clinic working from home which she still continues to run alongside working at Kingsmead.
Rebecca certified in Sports Massage Therapy at St Mary’s University Twickenham and has joined the Kingsmead Clinic offering a range of soft tissue treatments to suit the demands our sporting activities place upon our musculo-skeletal system whatever your sport. Rebecca is an active athlete herself, competing at elite level marathon running, Masters winner, triathlete and a Running Coach. Sports massage is an essential tool to keep your body and system performing at its very best! Rebecca is also a qualified personal trainer and an exercise referral specialist.