About: Gino

Gino qualified from the West Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in 1985, went on to gain his Masters degree from University College London in 1994 before embarking on his Phd at Kings College London in 1999. He was Director of the Brunel University Sports and Dance Injury Clinic where he also worked as a Senior Lecturer on the BSc Physiotherapy course. He is currently employed as a Senior Lecturer at St Mary's University College on the BSc Sport Rehabilitation and MSc Sport and exercise Rehabilitation and is regularly involved in lecturing at a number of universities and professional conferences to Physiotherapists, Surgeons and other healthcare professionals. He has been involved with the assessment and management of injured athletes of all levels, amateur, professional, national and international including Premiership football and rugby and has recently lectured to medics preparing for the 2012 Olympics.

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Angela Cumine

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We are very pleased to welcome Ange to TW1 Physiotherapy ltd. Ange has had a long a varied career both in academia and in professional and amateur sports. She has been heavily involved in the assessment and management of a wide variety of muskuloskeletal injuries and has been heavily involved...
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Su Harper-Clarke

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We would like to welcome Su on board as the latest member of our Physiotherapy team. She is a highly experienced Physiotherapist who has worked for the NHS before moving in the private practise, professional rugby and U23 GB rowing over the past 17 years. She has also been involved...
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Price increase from January 2016

We wish to inform our clients that due to increasing costs we are having to announce our first price increase in 11 years! This brings us in line with recommended fees from our professional body and with other local physiotherapy and rehabilitation practices. Please see Prices page for further details...
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New Endurance Challenge in the pipeline

Following the success of Challenge the centre did last year, we are planning this years endurance challenge – Centre to Summit – Run/bike/run/bike to the foot of Snowdon, then up to the top of the mountain on day 5. The aim is to undertake this in September of this year...
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