I am a chartered physiotherapist with over 25 years of clinical experience. I divide my time between NHS clinics and my own Mobile Joints Physiotherapy business.
I offer individual assessment and management for all muscle, joint and mobility problems. I have additional expertise in the following fields:
Don't want a home visit?
In response to those who wish to see me but prefer to attend a clinic, I have teamed up with West Kirby Physiotherapy Practice and will have a clinic session there every Thursday starting from 6th Dec 2018. Click 'contact' for details.
I offer comprehensive assessment of any musculoskeletal or mobility problem.
Assessment involves first listening carefully to your history, how your problem affects you personally, and what your goals are. Whether your aim is to return to sport, or simply to be able to reach your top shelf in the kitchen, I can work with you to help you achieve this.
The next step is to assess your movement and perform specific tests to identify your problem. I will always explain my findings and outline the different options available so we can plan your treatment together.
My home visit service is suitable for anyone who has trouble accessing conventional clinics - whether due to mobility problems, work, or childcare commitments. Seeing you at home means that I can assess your mobility and function in your own environment. Any advice or exercises I may recommend can be tailored with this in mind
Do you experience dizziness when you move your head or turn in bed? You could be suffering from vestibular vertigo. This is caused by a dysfunction of the inner ear (the vestibular/balance system) and can often be helped with specialist physiotherapy.
If you have had your ears examined for persistent pain or tinnitus and been told there is nothing wrong, it's worth considering physiotherapy.
It is possible that your symptoms are due to a problem with muscle tension or neck/jaw stiffness. These can lead to ear symptoms because of the shared nerve pathways between these systems.
This is the joint between your lower jaw (mandible) and the temporal bone of your skull. If you place your fingers directly in front of your ears you will feel this joint move as you open and shut your mouth. In addition to jaw pain, TMD may also cause clicking or locking of the jaw, earache, tinnitus, headache or vertigo.
Click on the picture for an animation of normal TM joint movement.
Please contact me directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
mob: 07747 811335
My hours are flexible to work around NHS clinics:
Mondays and Fridays from 08:30 - 19:30
Wednesdays 14:30 - 16:30
Saturdays 09:00 - 12:00
You can leave a message for me anytime. If I can't answer straight away I will get back to you as soon as I can.
Don't want a home visit? - from 06.12.18 I will have a clinic session at West Kirby Physiotherapy Practice every Thursday from 15:00-19:00
Please contact WKPhysio directly to book an appointment: