Physiotherapy at Studio57clinic
Studio57clinic brings you an expert physiotherapy service specialising in posture, back and neck pain, sports injuries and a subsection in knee pain / injury diagnosis and post surgery rehabilitation. We work daily with out patients referred to us from The Horder Centre, The Montefiore and Goring Hall Hospital. We can liase directly with your own surgeon to set up an effective plan to manage and treat your condition.
All our physiotherapists are highly skilled band 7 experts. With their specialised knowledge, they will be able to give you an in-depth assessment of the condition you have, and suggest effective ways to cure it.
Why is physiotherapy so important?
The best and least disruptive treatment for an injury is one that doesn’t involve surgery. Our physiotherapists promote a thorough investigation of your specific problem with a keen motivation to only consider surgical intervention as a final contingency. Should surgery be the outcome, expect nothing more than full support from us to ensure you're back on your feet in as little time as possible.
Meet our Physiotherapists:
Silvia Laurenti, Senior Physiotherapist HPC Reg, MCSP, APPI
Silvia is an HPC Registered Physiotherapist graduated at the University of Brighton. She has worked extensively in the NHS and private practice and is especially interested in modern modalities for the relief of acute and chronic pain. Silvia is a qualified Pilates Instructor and teaches one to one and group classes in Brighton and Hove. She has a particular interest in shoulder and neck injuries, and women's health including pre and postnatal rehabilitation. Silvia is a member of the Physiotherapy Pain Association and is a fully qualified in Western Acupuncture.
Paul Jones BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP, HPC AXA, PPP, AVIVA, Bupa Approved Physiotherapist
When not working at Studio57Clinic Paul works at Central Health Physiotherapy in London. Prior to this he worked at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation trust as a Band 7 Physiotherapist. During this time he was the clinical lead in lower limb rehabilitation managing and treating a wide variety of lower limb injuries. Paul has a specialist interest in lower limb injuries but in particular anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury rehabilitation and patellofemoral dysfunction / patella tendon pain (runners / jumpers knee).
Josie Grimus BSc Physiotherapy - BUPA recognised
Josie studied and qualified in physiotherapy in the Netherlands in 2014. Afterwards she moved to Austria and to date worked in a practice working with both sporting and non sporting clients suffering from musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiac conditions. Part of the practise specialised in winter sports where she worked closely with ski and snowboard injuries from unfortunate 1st day skiers to top end competative performing athletes. Josie has completed courses in dry needling, taping and lymphatic drainage.