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Antonia Patrick

Grad Dip Phys, MCSP, MMACP

Antonia Patrick trained as a Chartered Physiotherapist at the Middlesex Hospital School of Physiotherapy and qualified in 1988.

She went to work as a physiotherapist in various major London teaching hospitals. In 1998 she left the NHS to work in the private sector and has worked in this environment since.

Antonia became a member of the MACP (Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) in 2004 and acts as a clinical mentor for post graduate students who are undertaking the MACP course.

Antonia treats all aspects of neuromusculosketetal conditions, specialising in cervicogenic headaches but also treats a wide variety of pathologies including sports injuries, posture related problems, post road traffic accidents and general aches and pains. She prides herself on treating every patient, whatever their age, as an individual. She uses her many years of hands on musculoskeletal clinical experience to diagnose and treat the presenting condition. Antonia is also a competent ergonomic workstation assessor.

Antonia attends a variety of regular courses to ensure that she maintains up to date with her treatments and the high standards of care that she provides.

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