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Chris Green BSc, BSc, MCSP
Chris became the practice principal in April 2012 taking over from Sandie Chapman, after working in the practice for 7 years.
Chris graduated with a BSc in Sports Science at Brunel University in 1996 and then graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy at the same University in 2000.
After qualifying Chris worked as a Junior Physiotherapist within the NHS and then progressed to become a senior therapist specialising in all musculoskeletal conditions. Staying in the NHS for a total of 7 years.
Chris is a very keen sportsman and has recently completed events such as cycling from Lands End to John O’ Groates, and in his younger days played semi-professional football for Sutton United.
Sandie Chapman MCSP
Sandie founded the Physiotherapy practice more than 25 years ago and gradually expanded the physiotherapy service across Oxted and surrounding areas.
She graduated at Guy’s Hospital School of Physiotherapy in 1975. She continued to work at Guy’s as the senior orthopaedic physiotherapist prior to setting up the private practice in Oxted.
Anne Sorensen MCSP
Graduated from St Mary’s School of Physiotherapy in 1980 and began working within Charing Cross hospital staying in the NHS for 6 years. Anne then entered the private sector working in New Victoria Hospital Kingston upon Thames. Anne joined the practice as an associate in 1995.
Jenny Russell MCSP
Graduated from the West Middlesex Hospital School of Physiotherapy in 1978, and worked in the NHS for 5 years and then moverd into the private sector, working in St Anthony’s Hospital Ewell, North downs Hospital Caterham, and a private Physiotherapy clinic in East Grinstead joining as an associate in 1999.
Jenny is a Polstar certified practioner for Pilates in Rehabilitation see Pilates section for further information. Jenny is also attained a Level 1 Franklin Method Teacher qualification.
Julie Sinclair BA HONS, MNLP, ECC
Experienced in all aspects of paediatric physiotherapy in 0-18 age group from infant developmental checks through to musculoskeletal growth related and sports related injuries for the adolescent age group.
Julie works in the local NHS service and has established links with acute and community paediatricians, health visitors, other paediatric therapists and is used to dealing with schools on therapy based issues. She also works in conjunction with therapy teams at tertiary centres such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, University College and St. George’s Hospitals.
Julie has experience in treating other paediatric conditions such as juvenile arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, scoliosis, idiopathic toe walking, hypermobility syndrome.
Jane Bailey MCSP
Jane graduated as a Physiotherapist from Guy’s Hospital, London. After several years post-graduate experience at the Regional Centre for Neurosurgery and Neurology at Charing Cross Hospital, London, she joined the world-renowned Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court, Surrey.
Jane has been working within Neurological Physiotherapy for over 20 years, and joined the practice in June 2013.
Gemma Pilkington BSc (Hons), MCSP, SRP
Gemma graduated from the University of Brighton in 1998 and has worked extensively within the public and private sector in both Australia and the UK.
Gemma has a specific interest in the area of Women's Health, specialising in the treatment of both gynaecological and obstetric conditions as well as treating all musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries both acute and chronic. Her passion for treating is evident through her comprehensive, holistic and compassionate approach to identifying the underlying causes and problems. Her treatments utilise a combination of manual therapy, clinical rehabilitation, Pilates and acupuncture.
Women's Health is a specialist area of Physiotherapy. Focusing on Women throughout life's changes, from the teenage years to the pregnant and post natal period, and into the post menopausal stage.
Karen Young BSc, MCSP, HCPC
Qualified from the University of East London in 1996 and worked at St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington for two years, following this I spent 7 years specialising in Neurological Physiotherapy at The Royal London Hospital in the acute, rehabilitation and community setting, where I had the opportunity to gain experience of treating and managing a broad variety of neurological conditions and complex disability. I then took a more local position for a number of years within the NHS at East Surrey Hospital as a Highly Specialised Physiotherapist in Neurology. I am a member of ACPIN.