About Us

About Us

Every member of our team has many years of post graduate experience and is specialist in their field.

We provide a wealth of knowledge and skill which means that you have access to accomplished and talented physiotherapists who believe in a hands-on approach to the profession they all love.

All practitioners are registered with our leading UK professional and regulatory bodies.

Anya Caskey MCSP HCPC

Lead Physiotherapist
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Anya CaskeyQualifying in 1984 from Kings College Hospital, London, Anya has over 30 years extensive and varied experience within the NHS, private hospitals and private clinics. Anya started her private clinic some 27 years ago to provide easy access to treatment for the growing demand for physiotherapy, particularly post-operatively and following sports injury. She has worked with international sports men and women, including Wasps Rugby Club, and was the Physiotherapist to the England Badminton Team for 5 years, with whom she travelled extensively including world championships in Russia, Indonesia, Denmark, and Japan, not forgetting Wembley. Anya has built up enduring relationships and works closely with some of the leading Orthopaedic surgeons both in London and further afield, nationally and internationally. She regularly attends post-graduate seminars, conferences, and courses to further her knowledge of the profession she loves, and has lectured at British Olympic Committee Seminars.

Anya has been providing workstation advice to many companies over the past 15 years, including large companies in the oil, publishing, beauty and hotel sectors. She believes in a pro-active approach to the prevention of postural and repetitive injury in the workplace, and has also lectured to schoolchildren on the importance of regular exercise and posture whilst studying.

Caroline Greenaway MCSP HCPC

Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist

Caroline GreenawayCaroline Greenaway MCSP is a highly experienced Physiotherapist in Neurological Rehabilitation, having been specialised for over ten years. She qualified in 2000 with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy from Kings College, London, having previously obtained a First Class Honours Degree in Biology in 1996 from Bristol University. Since graduating, she has developed a wealth of experience in Neurology including Advanced Bobath Certification. She has strong links with The Wellington Hospital in St John’s Wood where she worked in both Neurosurgical and Rehabilitation settings, and where she continues to work at weekends.

Caroline is passionate about delivering a caring and effective service, tailored to individual need. She loves her job and has excellent clinical and interpersonal skills. She is highly experienced in working with a wide range of clients, including those with cognitive and communication difficulties.

Following a detailed initial assessment session, Caroline will provide expert treatment and advice to achieve realistic rehabilitation goals. She is caring and empathetic and is renowned for her treatment results.

Nadine Ipoly MCSP HCPC

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Nadine IpolyNadine graduated with BSC (Hons) degree from the University of East London in 1993. Nadine has a vast experience in treating injuries ranging from sports injuries to repetitive strain injuries .

Nadine spent her early career working at The Whittington Hospital , then moved into private practice at the Devonshire Hospital, here she spent several years working within the city and with various semi-professional sports teams (football and hockey). For the last 12 years she has worked at Central Health, her last position being clinical lead at their Springdene and Chancery Lane clinics in London.

She is very hands-on with her approach and her focus of treatment lies not only in addressing the key problem, but also in correcting any underlying mechanical imbalances which can contribute to the development of the problem. Nadine believes in a holistic approach to her patients and is experienced in acupuncture which she has been using as a treatment modality since 1996.

Nadine is a qualified Pilates instructor and was one of the original APPI Pilates lecturers where she lectured to post-graduate physiotherapists; she uses her Pilates knowledge and skills to help patients with their rehabilitation programs.

Nadine is also qualified to carry out ergonomic assessments.

Christine Douglas MCSP HCPC

Specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist

Christine DouglasChristine is a specialist Paediatric Physiotherapist with years of experience in a variety of physiotherapy settings. Qualifying from The University of East London in 1998, she has worked at a number of major London teaching hospitals and a clinic in Harley Street providing, amongst other services, a Ponseti service for the treatment of club foot deformity, and running a neonatal hip treatment clinic.

Christine is experienced in providing a full and varied paediatric physiotherapy caseload including treatment for post trauma rehabilitation, management of postural back pain and scoliosis, gym based knee stability classes and developmental assessment and treatment for babies and toddlers. Christine currently works at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, and has a special interest in Paediatric Orthopaedics. She runs the Ponseti club foot service at RNOH and provides a physiotherapy service for children with a variety of conditions, including sports injuries, hypermobility and postural problems. Christine enjoys working with children and families and it is her aim to make physiotherapy exercises interactive and fun both, during therapy sessions, and with home directed exercise.

Nicola Price MCSP HCPC

Specialist Women's Health Physiotherapist
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Nicola Price

Nicola qualified from the University of Hertfordshire in 2005 and has worked in a number of London NHS and private hospitals, as well as being a physiotherapist for an international sports gymnastics club in Rickmansworth. Prior to her career in physiotherapy, Nicola performed as a dancer and aerialist in the Central Show of the Millennium Dome, where she gained experience in a theatrical and sporting environment. During this period Nicola developed a special interest in physiotherapy in sports related injuries. Personal experience, both as a performer and as a physiotherapist, has developed Nicola’s awareness of the demands of high level sporting activity.

In addition, Nicola has pursued a special interest in Physiotherapy for Women’s Health and has attended numerous continuing professional development courses in the treatment of all areas relating to Obstetrics (pregnancy) and Gynaecology ( healthcare specific to women). Nicola is caring and sensitive in her approach ensuring that her patients feel confident and comfortable throughout their treatment. Obstetrics covers the period of time prior, during, and following pregnancy. Back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions are not uncommon at this time and can be managed well with a combination of specific physiotherapy exercises and manual therapy. In our experience, the earlier the problems are identified and treated appropriately, the better the outcomes.

Sangna Unadkat BSc(Hons)

Physiotherapist

Sangna qualified with a BSc(Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from King’s College London in 2003.

After qualification she worked at Hillingdon NHS Foundation Trust gaining experience in a broad range of hospital physiotherapy departments. Sangna then specialised as a neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapist and worked for 9 years expanding her knowledge and training in chronic pain and chronic fatigue management, providing a TENS clinic for the Pain Service, and clinics in RAF Northolt and GP surgeries, whilst also working on the emergency on-call rota evening and weekend orthopaedics rota.

During her time in Hillingdon , Sangna helped to mentor and supervise assistants and junior members of staff. Having completed her clinical educator’s course, Sangna enjoyed teaching and sharing her learning and experience to supervise undergraduate students during placements at the hospital. Sangna was also responsible for organising work shadowing placements for prospective students interested in becoming physiotherapists, working with the communications department to design information leaflets that met the trust standards and policies, as well as organising the annual therapy department Christmas Party, which she thoroughly enjoyed doing.

Sangna has continued to extend her expertise and practical skills by attending numerous courses to ensure she delivers the most current evidence practice, and is currently undertaking learning at MSc level at the University of Hertfordshire.

In 2015, Sangna went travelling and visited HK, New Zealand, Australia, Fiji, Tasmania and Bali which was a valuable learning experience On returning home, Sangna started work as a locum before she gained employment at UCL working for a tertiary based specialist Chronic Fatigue Service. Sangna chose to work part-time at UCL as she wanted to also maintain her hands on manual therapy skills and hence began working as a self-employed physiotherapist at a private clinic in Beaconsfield.

Sangna has joined the team at The Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Clinic where she will bring her years of experience of listening, assessing, advising and working collaboratively with patients to help take a holistic approach to patient’s values. Sangna believes all patients need to feel empowered in their rehabilitation; through education, manual therapy and an individualised exercise programme.

Matthew Perry MCSP HCPC

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Matthew Perry

Matthew qualified from the University of Hertfordshire in 2011 with a BSc ( Hons ) in Physiotherapy. He has worked for West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust for over five years in a number of different roles, both within Watford General Hospital itself, and also in the community, based in local GP clinics. Matthew specialised in Musculo skeletal Physiotherapy, and was involved in the supervision of both student and junior physiotherapists, receiving awards from the university for his work. He has also been recognised by the Trust, winning an award for positive feedback received from patients about his care and treatment.

Matthew has extended his skills attending courses in acupuncture, becoming a registered member of the Acupuncture Association of Charted Physiotherapists, and Pilates leading to a qualification with the Australian Pilates Institute. He has a keen interest in sports injury rehabilitation and is qualified in the application of Kinesio-tape. He is also experienced in treating patients with persistent pain, taking a holistic look at all factors that contribute to patients symptoms.

His approach to his patients is holistic ensuring they get the best of clinically reasoned care and thereby maximising outcomes. He collaborates with his patients to engage them in their rehabilitation and using patient centred goals, devised together, he can enable return to function.

Matthew also works for Spire Healthcare as a senior physiotherapist in Bushey where he treats an array of musculoskeletal disorders.

Matthew will be leading two Clinical Pilates classes on a Tuesday, in addition to a weekly clinic at The Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Clinic.

For further information about our services or the conditions we treat please call 01923 897 514 or email
reception@physio-rehab.co.uk