Kulmeen Chadha MSc.
MCSP, AACP, HCPC registered
Kulmeen qualified in 1996 with a Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy and has worked at Ashberry Physiotherapy clinic since 2007. Previously she worked with British Transport Police and City of London Police treating a range of conditions and injuries.
In 2002 Kulmeen completed a Masters degree in Manual Physiotherapy and has a specialist interest in the treatment of neck pain, whiplash and low back pain with a strong emphasis in the use of core stability rehabilitation.
Kulmeen is a keen manual physiotherapist and treats every condition as a problem solving challenge. Kulmeen also uses acupuncture and is an enthusiastic holistic practitioner. Kulmeen is a verified Rockdoc.
Kate Martin BSc. (Hons.)
MCSP, AACP, AAPI, HCPC registered
Kate qualified from the University of East London in 1999. She worked in London within the NHS (both in hospitals and GP practices) for the following 6 years.
After leaving the NHS, Kate worked in the private sector for an occupational health provider where her caseload included acute and chronic conditions, various sporting and occupational related problems as well as post surgical rehabilitation.
Kate specialises in acupuncture and has been a member of the AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists) and practising the treatment since 2001. She finds this an extremely effective adjunct to her other therapeutic skills.
Having specialised in the musculoskeletal field for the past 13 years, Kate has a broad spectrum of diagnostic, manipulative and rehabilitation skills enabling a holistic approach to her client care.
Kate also specialises in Pilates.
Alison Rosborough Grad Dip Phys
MCSP, HCPC registered
Alison gained her diploma in Phyisotherapy from Sheffield in 1978 and began her professional career in the NHS in West London.
Alison has since worked for various private hospitals including the Clementine Churchill Hospital in Harrow and the Churchill Hospital in Oxford. She was Head Physioptherapist at Bishopswood Hospital in Northwood and Runnymede Hospital in Chertsey. She has provided onsite physiotherapy clinics at a variety of corporations including Tate & Lyle, Visa Europe and British Airport Authority working in Occupational Health clinics.
Her particular areas of interest include shoulder and limb conditions.
Ashley Tame BSC. (Hons.) PgDip.
MCSP, AACP, HCPC registered
Ashley qualified in 1995 from King's College, London and gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Health Ergonomics from the University of Surrey. She has worked in various private hospitals including the Princess Margaret BMI Hospital as Senior and Lead Physiotherapist.
She has a broad base of clinical diagnostic skills and has further qualifications in ergonomic assessments, sport injury management and acupuncture and more.
Ashley has specific interest in workplace health, ergonomic assessment and also provides onsite clinics at various multinational companies. She manages her own companies providing high quality care and assessment and advice.
James Thomas BSc. (Hons.), PgCert. Manips
MCSP, MAACP, HCPC registered
James qualified in 2006 from Hertfordshire University and gained a Post Graduate Certificate in advanced NMR Physiotherapy in 2013. Before training as a Physiotherapist he worked as a Fitness Instructor and a Personal Trainer after serving in the British Army where part of his role was as a Military Ski Instructor.
James holds a range of post graduate qualifications including the use of kinesiology taping, acupuncture, lumbar spine rehabilitation and more.
James is a full time specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist for the RAF and works with us at our evening clinics. He has also worked for West Middlesex University Hospital as a Senior Physiotherapist and at the Royal Free Hospital.
He is a keen runner, triathlete and enjoys winter sports.
Caley Toomey, BSc. (Hons).
MCSP, AFAP, HCPC
Caley qualified in 2010 from Brighton University. She has previously worked as a physiotherapy volunteer in Sri Lanka.
Caley is a full time specialist rotational musculoskeletal physiotherapist for the NHS and works with us on Monday and Thursday evenings. Her particular areas of interest include post-operative rehabilitation, shoulder rehabilitation, long term management of joint hypermobility syndrome and paediatric rehabilitation.
She holds a range of post graduate qualifications including the use of kinesiology and McConnell taping, acupuncture, joint mobilisations and Clinical Pilates.
She enjoys running, cycling and mountain climbing.
Sangna Unadkat, BSc. (Hons).
MCSP, HCPC, AACP Registered
Sangna qualified in 2003 from Kings College London & has since wroked in the NHS in Hillingdon Borough in various roles before specialising in neuro-muscularskeletal physiotherapy in 2006.
In the past 10 years, Sangna has gained extensive experience in treating musculoskeletal pain, rheumatological conditions, post-operative/trauma rehabilitation as well as working as part of a multi-disciplinary team in helping patients living with chronic pain and chronic fatigue. She also hold post graduate qualifications in acupuncture & currently specialises in chronic fatigue at UCLH.
Sangna believes in working by empowering patients in managing their condition and lead where possible a pain-free full life, through a combination of manual therapy techniques and an individualised rehabilitation exercise programme.
Sangna enjoys running & spending time with her nephew.