Judy Delafield, Chartered Physiotherapist, Founder and Proprietor
Judy graduated in 1987 from the Middlesex Hospital School of Physiotherapy, London. She then worked in the NHS for a number of years in Central London before moving to The Cromwell Hospital where she consolidated and extended her experience in the field of Neurological Rehabilitation. During the 5 years at the Cromwell hospital, she was asked on a number of occasions to travel overseas to treat members of overseas Royalty and other dignitaries.
Judy founded the Home Physiotherapy Service to make use of her extensive knowledge in the field of Neurology ( Stroke, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis). She maintains a keen interest in the area of Rehabilitation and the Care of the Elderly.
Heather Broadbridge, Chartered Physiotherapist
Heather graduated in 1997. She specialises in the treatment of musculoskeletal problems. Her work includes rehabilitation after injury or surgery, treatment of joint and muscle pain and balance problems. Heather also works with elderly patients and those with neurological conditions to help maintain their function and independence. Heather has worked with HPS since 2006.
Maria Duggan, Chartered Physiotherapist
Maria graduated in 2007 and has been specializing in Neurophysiotherapy since then. She has completed a MSc Biomechanics course and has a strong interest in gait and posture of the Elderly. Maria joined Home Physiotherapy Service at the beginning of 2016 and works 3 days a week for us, she also works for MS Action assisting patients to maximise their physical and psychological well-being.
Sarah Garraoui, Chartered Physiotherapist
Sarah is an HCPC and CSP registered Physiotherapist. She has over 20 years of experience working in New York City and London in Musculoskeletal (MSK) and Neurological treatments, Post-Operative Care, Geriatrics, and Paediatrics. She obtained her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy (1996) and Doctorate in Physiotherapy (2006) in the USA.
She has dedicated her life to helping others. Over the years of treating extensively varied cases, she has a breadth of knowledge and experience that will translate into individual and real-world positive outcomes for you.
Janette Redshaw, Chartered Physiotherapist
Janette qualified in 1975 and has worked in Australia and the UK for the NHS and in the private sector. She works to rehabilitate patients with neurological conditions and following orthopaedic surgery. Janette has a special interest in balance and gait re-education of the elderly and has worked for HPS since 2003.
Lizzie Sedgwick, Chartered Physiotherapist
Lizzie joined us in 2014 and specialises in neurological & post orthopaedic surgery rehabilitation.
Gemma Scott, Chartered Physiotherapist
Gemma graduated in 2003. Her areas of expertise are treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, orthopaedic and neurological rehabilitation, and women’s health. She is trained in Pilates and acupuncture. Gemma has worked with HPS since 2008.
Henrietta Bayley, Chartered Physiotherapist
Henrietta graduated in 2006. She began her career working at a leading NHS Hospital in London before moving to work in Sydney, Australia. She has been working for HPS for 4 years and specialises in musculoskeletal/orthopaedic physiotherapy and has strong respiratory physiotherapy skills. She has further qualifications in the use of acupuncture for musculoskeletal pain and as a Pilates instructor.
Rosalind Bracegirdle, Chartered Physiotherapist
Rosalind qualified as a physiotherapist in 2006 from The University of Birmingham. She has worked as a senior physiotherapist in a variety of settings for the NHS in London and Manchester. She specialises in rehabilitation, neurological conditions and the Care of the Elderly, promoting independence and well-being.
Faye Burge, Chartered Physiotherapist
Faye graduated her MSc in 2009 and has specialised in private MSK ever since. In conjunction with her physiotherapy training she has gained a diploma in acupuncture and teacher qualifications in both yoga and Pilates. Faye takes great delight In treating a varied case load from care of the elderly neurological to post operative care.
Patricia Smith, Chartered Physiotherapist
Patricia is an HCPC and CSP registered Physiotherapist with over 30 years of experience. She has a degree in physiotherapy from the University of the West Indies and an MSc and PhD from the University of East London. Patricia specialises in Neurological and Musculoskeletal conditions and has vast experience in domiciliary physiotherapy, post-operative care, and Geriatrics. Her doctorate in physiotherapy is on Community Based Rehabilitation and she continues to research the subject.