Pilates Health Physiotherapy Clinic

Level 2, Merritt House, Hill Avenue,

Amersham, HP6 5BQ

Tel: 01494 725 718

Mob: 07789 465 383

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Pilates Health Physiotherapy

Pilates Health Physiotherapy is run by state registered physiotherapists who provide physiotherapy services with an emphasis on delivering preventative & therapeutic exercise programmes for people of all ages who want to learn to move well and stay well!

Our Approach

Pilates Health Physiotherapy is a professional assessment, management and exercise programme based in the Pilates tradition.

Pilates Health Physiotherapy is about learning better postures, re-learning better breathing patterns, discovering the art of relaxation, improving body awareness and how you use your body in your everyday life, and about how to improve the quality of your movement. Movement is central to our lives - it effects our health in every possible way.  We rely on movement for attending to all our basic needs.  Movement helps us to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system; a healthy cardiovascular system in turn, keeps all our organs healthy, not the least of which is our brain.  A healthy and active brain gives us the motivation to work, learn and engage in our surroundings and with others.

Pilates Health Physiotherapy therefore offers an holistic preventative and therapeutic approach to better movement.

Suited to all ages and abilities...
Movement is life...
The Team

Principal Physiotherapist

Helen E Hartley BPhty, Cert Pilates Instructor APPI, HCPC Registered MCSP

Administration

Anita Twiddy, BCom (Hons), ACA

Physiotherapists

Liz Yull  BSc(Hons) Physio,  BSc Sports & Exercise Science & Physiotherapy, Cert Pilates Instructor APPI, HCPC Registered, MCSP

Louisa Hartley BSc (Hons) Physio, APPI Level 3 Training, HCPC Registered, MCSP

Helen Lammin   BSc (Hons) Physio, APPI Level 3 Training, HCPC Registered

Heather Thornton EdD, MBA, PGCert, Grad.Dip.Phys., SFHEA, MCSP, HCPC Registrant

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About HCPC

HCPC are the Health and Care Professions Coouncil.  They are a regulator, and are set up to protect the public. To do this, they keep a Register of health and care professionals who meet our standards for their training, professional skills, behaviour and health.

http://www.hcpc-uk.co.uk/