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All Clinicians have strong links with various surgeons in the West Midlands through the prIvate clinic and the NHS. All clinicians have a vast amount of experience rehabilitating patients back to their normal levels of fitness. Strict protocols are adhered to.
My name is Dean Muldoon and I have been a Chartered Physiotherapist since the year 2000. I work partly for the NHS at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham as an extended Scope Practitioner in Physiotherapy. My job involves managing and rehabilitating complex spinal, upper and lower limb musculoskeletal conditions. This may involve referral to other specialities and diagnostics such as MRI scans. I work alongside Orthopaedic Consultants’.
My role entails carrying out Lumbosacral spinal injections, soft tissue and joint injections. I have been treating patients with Acupuncture since 2003 and I am a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
I have previously worked for the army and the Premiership Football club West Bromwich Albion.
My name is Leon Mackenzie and I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2011. I work as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist at the Royal Orthopaedic hospital in Birmingham.
My job role involves the expert assessment, treatment and management for spinal, lower limb and upper limb musculoskeletal conditions. I refer for investigations such as XRAY’s, MRI’s and ultrasound scans when it’s appropriate.
As part of my advanced practice role, I perform joint and soft tissue injections when they are indicated. I have experience rehabilitating patients with complex musculoskeletal conditions.
My advanced practice skills allow for me to assess, diagnose, treat or triage a patient ensuring they receive the best possible care.
My name is Steven Hakner and I have been a chartered physiotherapist since 2004.
My speciality is the assessment and treatment of MSK conditions, an area which I have focused on over the last 10 plus years. My previous experience includes working at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, managing and rehabilitating complex spinal, upper and lower limb MSK problems, as well as working in several MSK settings.
I use a variety of treatment techniques, including manual therapy, acupuncture and exercise-based therapy. Whether the problem is acute, a longstanding issue or post-operative, I will ensure the best approach is taken, so maximum recovery is achieved.
On your first visit you will have a detailed assessment whereby the findings will be discussed together with management options. You will be given treatment during the first session. Before your first treatment remember to bring with you information regarding your condition and suitable clothing to allow the problem area to be exposed.
If you are a runner or wear specific sports shoes please bring them along with you.
Payment is required in full at the end of each Physiotherapy session. A receipt will be given at the end of each session.
The Clinic is insured with all major Health Insurance companies.