We are a local KT2 practice offering the highest quality service to people living in and around Kingston Upon Thames and Surbiton.
We are a growing practice that prides itself on clinical excellence. We aim to provide you with the most thorough orthopaedic assessment making sure we always rule out any non-physiotherapy causes to your pain. Following each assessment, we will always offer you a diagnosis as well as a treatment plan with an idea of time scales. With our many years of experience and research knowledge we can advise on how long injuries take to recover and offer you an idea of the number of treatments.
During your treatment we will always endeavour to keep you active and build up your strength in the areas that we can so that you do not loose your fitness through the process. We also run a number of Clinical Pilates classes to suit all ages and levels.
After a thorough initial orthopaedic assessment your physio aims to give a possible diagnosis and therefore have an understanding of how long it may take to improve and offer a plan of action.We aim to provide you with some relief through physiotherapy, to allow you to get MOVING and reduce the reasons that the injury occurred.
Many physiotherapists now use Pilates methods for rehabilitation of injuries as well as improving clients posture, maintaining mobility and flexibility. Much of the current research into injury prevention and management advocates movement and exercise as part of the management.
Pilates is a good way to maintain good movement patterns, build strength and flexibility. It is important that your instructor works closely with you to make sure that you are performing the exercises correctly.
Sports massage therapy is a discipline which practitioners are trained to mobilise the soft tissues of the body, these are your muscles and the fascia around your muscles. They are trained to use techniques that include, deep massage, fascial stretching, rolling and kneading the muscles.
We understand how pregnancy and motherhood can take its toll on your body. We provide many different services for ante-natal and post-natal women:
• Physiotherapy for Pelvic Girdle Pain during pregnancy
• Physiotherapy for Low back pain
• Physiotherapy for pubic symphysis pain
• Physiotherapy for mid-back pain
• 1:1 Pilates for pregnancy
• Pregnancy Pilates Group Class
Jehan has spent many years working in both NHS, private and elite sports settings and now specialises in 3 main areas; low back and sciatic pain, hamstring tendon injuries and in hip and groin pain.
After spending 6 years practicing in elite sport, and leading the Sports Medicine Team for GB Kayak to the BEIJING 2008 OLYMPICS, she continued her career in a prestigious Sports Medicine Clinic in London before establishing JY Physiotherapy in 2014.
Jehan’s interest in research and keeping up to date with the current principles for management of injuries, is a high priority. She regularly mentors other physiotherapists and has lectured on a number of physiotherapy courses.
Jehan works closely with Surbiton Hockey Club, she works with the juniors and advises on injury prevention strategies to the club as a whole. Working as a hockey physiotherapist and embedded in the sport allows her to be able to offer expert advise on injury management.
Jehan is highly experienced and will be able to give you an accurate diagnosis followed by a schedule of ‘hands on’ treatment, specifically tailored to your individual needs, as well as a rehab programme to get you back to full fitness. Teaching both 1:1 and classes, Jehan also uses concepts of strength training to design a rehabilitation programme.
Mandy worked in the food industry as Nutrition Manager for 10 years before broadening her skills to include sports nutrition and sports massage.
Passionate about health, sport and nutrition, Mandy wants to help clients achieve their ambitions from simply eating more healthily to running a marathon or preparing for an event. She is fascinated about anatomy, physiology and keeping the body fit, healthy and functional. Her philosophy is to nourish the body inside and out, enabling a healthier life, longevity and greater energy for your pursuits and hobbies.
Mandy also works with Richmond Rugby Football Club, and has worked with physiotherapists and private massage clients for over 3 years now.
A keen sports enthusiast, Mandy enjoys hockey, tennis, golf, running, yoga, skiing and catching the occasional wave! Recently she took part in the London Marathon, several open water swims and triathlons.