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JOANNE BALACHANDRAN

BSc PGDip mCSP mHCPC mAACP

Jo has had over 15 years experience within the healthcare industry since completing a BSc in Human Biology from Loughborough University and subsequently gaining Post Graduate Physiotherapy registration from the University of Brighton. Jo specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, with a passion in ante and post natal rehabilitation, women’s health and elderly care within care or own homes. 

Jo is a qualified APPI Pilates instructor. She is a member of the AACP and can offer acupuncture therapy for pain relief.  She also works within the NHS as a first contact practitioner alongside the team at Oaklands Health Centre. Jo is studying towards a masters degree in advanced physiotherapy to enable her to offer joint injections later in 2021.

"I love my job, I love meeting new people and using my skills to relieve pain, manage long term conditions, treat injuries and promote good old fashioned healthy movement. Most of all, I am approachable and always ready for a chat!"  

 
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EVE DAVIES

BSc mCSP mHCPC

Eve is a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist working both within the NHS and private sector. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Eve gained valuable experience in a variety of specialist areas: Musculoskeletal Outpatients, Hand Therapy, Neuro-rehabilitation, Respiratory, Medical and Community Physiotherapy. Eve now specialisesin Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and is currently working as a Band 7 Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist at the William Harvey Hospital alongside her work with Oaklands Physiotherapy.
Eve has completed several post graduate courses to develop her management and treatment skills including APPI Pilates (Matwork Level 1 and 2), AACP Acupuncture and has a diploma in Sports Massage and Sports Taping through ProActive training.
In her spare time Eve enjoys playing Netball and Tennis and is also an LTA level 2 tennis coach. She volunteered at the London Marathon for several years, providing course side Physiotherapy treatments, which inspired her to run the marathon herself in April 2017 for Parkinson’s UK. 
Eve has experience working with patients in rehabilitation post injury and the management of more chronic conditions to restore function, promote self-management and thereby enhance quality of life.