Happy New Year to you all wishing you a healthy 2012. If you have any aches or pains along the way be it neck, back, shoulder, hip, knee, ankle or any musculoskeletal problems sprains or strains I would love to be of help. Give me a call and get back to normality in every day life or sport and make the New year a good one for you.
Hello, I am Eileen Lewis, a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 20 years experience in both the Private Sector and the NHS. I graduated in 1989 with a B.Sc in Physiotherapy and, in addition, I am also qualified in Acupuncture. In my spare time I love to stay fit and healthy and am a keen runner having completed several Marathons.
I live and work in the beautiful North Beds village of Turvey(only 5 minutes from Olney). My clinic, set in tranquil surroundings, is modern, is easy to access from the local towns and villages and has free on-site parking. I offer flexible appointment times to suit busy schedules ,early morning and evening appointments are available.
My philosophy is to take a ‘whole body’ approach to my patients and at your initial consultation I take extra time to listen, assess and diagnose not just the symptoms but also the source of your ailment. Through accurate diagnosis and by focusing on establishing the root cause of your problem, follow up appointments are targeted to relieve your problem in both the short term and the long term. I take a holistic approach to treating my patients allowing them to achieve their maximum potential as quickly as possible (long-term chronic conditions and acute injuries alike). Whatever your physiotherapy needs: osteoarthritis to back pain, migraines to sports injuries, I can help. Please visit my website at www.bedfordphysio.co.uk , or alternatively, call me on 07717004361 for any further information or advice you require. I look forward to helping you.
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