Sarah Jeremy MCSP HCPC MDTP MDCH Assoc.BSCH
Sarah qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1990 at St Mary's Hospital, London. She gained essential experience in all areas of Physiotherapy within the NHS and went on to become a Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy Practitioner with The McKenzie Institute, specialising in the treatment and prevention of back and neck pain including referred pain.
Sarah uses a hands on, problem solving approach for conditions of neuromusculoskeletal and biomechanical origin. She has undertaken extensive post graduate study into the treatment of knee pain and has developed a reputation in the area as a specialist in complex knee problems and biomechanics as well as rehabilitation after knee and hip surgery.
Having moved into private healthcare in 1995 she established Physio Works in 2000 with gym and rehabilitation facilities including Clinical Pilates.
Before training as a Chartered Physiotherapist Sarah trained in classical ballet to RAD Advanced level so fully understands the demands placed on the body by high level dance and athletic training. She uses this experience to enhance each individuals rehabilitation towards their desired level of physical ability.
Sarah is familiar with dealing with the most stubborn injuries and painful conditions, including those which have been going on for years. The aim of treatment is to relieve pain and restore physical ability to the optimum that is realistically available.
Years of working with the physical body lead Sarah to a fascination in the involvement of the mind in pain and disability and how we may utilise this to assist treatment, enhance rehabilitation and stimulate recovery. Subsequently achieving the Medical Diploma in Clinical Hypnotherapy has enabled her to realise the scope and power of the mind in all areas of wellbeing and to use this to the benefit of patients.