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Antonia Patrick


Antonia completed her training as a Chartered Physiotherapist at the Middlesex Hospital School of Physio, qualifying in 1988. She then went on to work as a physio for the NHS in various major London teaching hospitals. In 1998, she made the move to private sector physiotherapy and has worked in this environment ever since.

In 2004, Antonia became a member of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and has since become a mentor for current students completing the program, helping develop the skills and clinical reasoning of the future generation of physios.

Antonia enjoys treating a wide variety of pathologies including sports injuries, posture related problems, RTA rehabilitation and general aches and pains. She has specialised in the use of physiotherapy as a treatment for Cervicogenic headaches, which she has a strong passion for. Antonia prides herself on treating every patient, regardless of age or background, as an individual and makes use of her many years of hands-on musculoskeletal experience and extensive clinical knowledge to diagnose and treat the presenting condition. Antonia is always on hand for discussions and is an invaluable member of the team and mentor, helping to facilitate the other therapists at the practice in developing their individual approaches as physios. Antonia is always attending a variety of courses, ensuring that she maintains up to date with current evidence in the field in order to maintain the high standards of care that she provides.

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