Mr T Edbrooke
Mr T Edbrooke
Tim trained as a physical education teacher at St Lukes College, University of Exeter graduating in 1986, and as a chartered physiotherapist at the Bristol School of Physiotherapy graduating in 1990.
Having worked in the NHS he has spent 14 years working for the police service in Devon and Cornwall, during which time he was also a physiotherapist to British triathlon, the English Institute of Sport, and British Athletics, with whom he retains strong links, travelling regularly with teams to international corporations.
Tim offers great Physio and advice to all patients, he is a dedicated member of the London Spine Clinic having worked here at the practice since 2006. He specialises in treatment and rehabilitation for acute and chronic, low back pain, neck pain and whiplash associated disorders. He is a member of, the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and ergonomics., the McKenzie Institute UK and the Medical Legal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists undertaking work as an expert witness.
Mr Edbrooke has a clinic every Tuesday and Wednesday
Ms R Dodgson
Registered Physiotherapist &
Ms R Dodgson
Registered Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor
Rachel trained at Nottingham School of Physiotherapy graduating in 1992.
She has worked in private practice for 15 years, during which time she has developed a specialist interest in Rehabilitative Pilates, which has been invaluable to her practice in reducing back pain, improving posture and general body conditioning.
Rachel is passionate about her job and she endeavors to deliver a highly skilled and professional service to her patients.
Rachel worked in New Zealand for three years where she developed and ran a Pilates studio within an osteopathic multi-disciplinary practice she has treated members of the All Blacks, the All Whites and the New Zealand National cycling team.
In addition to Pilates and functional core stability, Rachel also has clinical interest in pelvic imbalance, shoulder dysfunction, lumber spine and, neck pain and the treatment of headaches and migraines.
Helping to heal damaged tissues in the spine and elsewhere is the goal; the K-laser has been invaluable in this, reducing inflammation and allowing patients to get back into a fitness program quicker, when spinal structures have been damaged. Rachel has been using this at the London Spine Clinic with very encouraging results and considerable improvement in pain for a large number of patients
Rachel has a clinic every Monday and Friday and every other Tuesday and Thursday.