Jo graduated as a chartered Physiotherapist in 2006 from the University of East Anglia. She started her career in London working in the NHS before moving into the private sector. Jo has a wealth of experience assessing, treating and managing all musckuloskeletal and post-operative conditions using current techniques. Her goal is to aid patients in returning to the activities, hobbies and sports they love.
Jo qualified as a matwork instructor with the APPI (Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute). She uses her Pilates to complement her Physiotherapy management with an aim to keep clients moving well long term, especially following injury.
In recent years Jo has specialised in the field of pelvic health. She has acquired the skills to treat and manage patients suffering with urinary and bowel dysfunctions, along with antenatal and post-natal pain and complaints.
Outside of work Jo is busy looking after her 3 young children. When she gets a minute she enjoys running and making the most of costal living.
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Teresa (TJ) is a dynamic, highly qualified physiotherapist with extensive experience in sport and bio-mechanics. She has treated Olympic athletes and rugby internationals. 4 years with a national rugby league club and 2 years as a military physiotherapist, followed by 15 years working in private practice. TJ is now based at the Kemptown clinic.
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Annie trained at St. George’s, university of London and qualified in 2010.
She works in both the NHS and private sector. Her current NHS practice is as a Senior Specialist Physiotherapist.
Annie’s expertise is in rehabilitating MSK patients, particularly sport injuries as well as further injury prevention. In addition she is qualified to treat patient with significant cardiac and respiratory conditions as well as post-op patients.
Outside of work Annie is an ex-international athlete and has continued in the sports and fitness industry by transitioning into strength training and bodybuilding.
Annie is one of our specialise Donjoy/DJO brace fitters. She can help assess your needs, advise and fit the best brace that you might require.
Annie will be based at the Kemptown clinic.
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Sarah qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1982 having studied at St Thomas Hospital, London. She spent almost 10 years working in The NHS, mostly specialising in musculoskeletal and orthopaedics, then moving to Southlands Hospital as a senior physiotherapist.
After a slight change in tack branching out into the world of sales, selling electrotherapy products to physios, Sarah soon realised that physiotherapy was her vocation.
Consequently Sarah has spent the last 25 years working in private practice in Hove, mainly with the team at The Hove Clinic, formally known as Wilbury Physiotherapy. She also runs her own small clinic in Ditchling where she lives.
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Anja qualified as a Physiotherapist in Germany in 1999 before coming over to the UK in 2003 where she gained a further degree in Manual Therapy in 2004. Anja has a wide range of experience having worked in the NHS both in hospitals and outpatient departments, rehabilitation and sport centres and now private practice. She has worked abroad, in the UK, and volunteered as a Physiotherapist for 1 year in South Africa.
She has developed many years experience & expertise in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal and sport injuries and has moved to Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic from many years at The Hove Clinic, formally known as Wilbury Clinic.
In her spare time she loves to be creative in arts and crafts and throwing pottery .
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Nicola graduated as a physiotherapist from the University of Brighton and is currently working at the Royal Sussex County Hospital within the NHS. She has joined the team here at Brighton Physiotherapy clinic part-time bringing a great knowledge and experience of musculoskeletal problems with her.
Nicola works out of the Kemptown clinic on Saturdays.
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Justine qualified as an acupuncturist in 2002 having studied at the International College of Oriental Medicine in East Grinstead, gaining a Licentiate of Acupuncture in Classic Chinese Medicine.
She has a wealth of experience in treating a diverse range of health conditions, including musculoskeletal problems of the shoulders, knees, lower back and sciatica, gynaecological issues, assisted fertility treatments and provides induction treatments for labour when overdue.
Depending on the age of the patient and the condition being presented she may use a combination of chinese modalities to restore wellbeing. These range from the use of very fine needles, moxibustion (heat therapy), cupping (suction therapy), gold pellets and massage with the use of therapeutic oils.
Justine is a committed member of the Acupuncture Society, a registered body ensuring she maintains a high standard of practice through continued training within the Oriental medicine field.
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Marnie is co-owner and practice manager of Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic. She is keenly aware of the need for outstanding customer service, and this is her number one priority in running the clinic. Please contact Marnie at the Kemptown Clinic on 01273 621248 if you’d like further information about the treatments we offer, to book an appointment, or to answer any questions you may have.
Tina qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001 having studied at Kings College London University. She has worked extensively both in the UK, for the NHS and in private practice, and also abroad, having spent several skiing seasons as a Head Physiotherapist in Val D’Isere, France.
Tina has extensive experience in the treatment of all musculoskeletal disorders, and has a particular interest in the use of acupuncture.
After having 2 children, Tina was keen to promote Women’s Health physiotherapy in the area, to help as many women as possible, with a variety of Women’s Health conditions and she has since completed post-graduate training within this area. Within the pelvic health caseload, she treats anything from pelvic pain, to urinary dysfunction and prolapses. She also sees clients anti-natally and post-natally, and has links with several of the fitness instructors and pilates trainers in the area.
She is based at both the Brighton & Hove clinics.
Tina and Marnie (practice manager) are co-owners of Brighton Physiotherapy Clinic.