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Emma James MD and owner and senior clinical director BSc (Hons), MCSP, SRP, HPC, APPI.
Since qualifying as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1998 Emma has worked extensively in the private sectors, treating muscular and skeletal injuries. Emma offers the highest level of service utilising the latest medical research.
Her passion and drive for a patient centric approach to care has driven her to strive to continue to develop her clinical skills over the last two decades. She has ploughed that care and passion into her stunning practice in the heart of Hemel Hempstead.
The main areas of focus of her treatments are the management of movement dysfunctions and recovery from long or complex injury. As a qualified APOS therapist and women’s health practioner these skills allow her to review the body biomechanics as a whole.
Pilates, acupuncture and biomechanical analysis anchor her diagnostics skills and enable her to treat holistically. Alongside the floatation therapy, working very closely with some of London's top private consultants and working in one of London's leading Physiotherapy Practices, twelve years ago Emma set up her stunning luxury medical centre, in a beautiful converted school house in the heart of the Chiltern Hills and has created an incredible wellbeing department using holistic therapy, focusing on inner health and mindfulness complete with fully equipped gym and state of the art Floatation Tank - the only one of its kind in Hertfordshire. Emma James Physio has also recently become an accredited Apostherapy clinic focusing on non evasive and surgery free treatment for knee, hip and back pain.
Emma believes everybody deserves a life free from pain and creates bespoke packages for every client with individual requirements being the key focus.
1 hour £90
30 min £50
Follow up £50
Mummy MOT £90
Follow up Women's Health £45
Lisa qualified in 2004 as a physiotherapist after completing an MSc in rehabilitation science. Prior to that she completed a BSc honours degree in sport and exercise science at the University of Birmingham.
Lisa worked for several years in the NHS then worked at private clinics in London and Buckinghamshire for 7 years prior to joining the team at Emma James Physio. She has also worked as a Physio at Fulham Football club.
Lisa is currently completing an MSc in advanced musculoskeletal physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire. This will give her membership to the MACP- a special interest group which requires extensive postgraduate study and recognition of an excellent standard of the treatment and management of musculoskeletal physiotherapy. In addition, Lisa has qualifications in clinical pilates and acupuncture.
Lisa uses a combination of manual (hands on) therapy and functional rehabilitation exercises to help patients achieve their goals.
Senior Physiotherapist MSc, BSc (Hons), MHCPC, MCSP
Mary qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 after completing a Masters degree in Rehabilitation Science at Glasgow Caledonian University. Prior to this she undertook a BSc Honours degree in Physiology and Sports Science at Glasgow University.
Mary worked for several years in the NHS in Glasgow whilst simultaneously working part time in football at Club and National level in both the men's and women's game respectively. After 5 years in football she made the move to London to take up a full time role as Head Physiotherapist at Arsenal Ladies Football Club.
Her interests and expertise lie in treating musculoskeletal injury and she has a keen interest in the lower limb and in particular, conditions of the knee, developed after her vast experience in football.
She utilises a mixture of manual therapy skills and prescriptive exercise to develop a patient centered rehabilitation programme to help restore function.
More recently Mary has become a Level 1 Apos Certified Physiotherapist. Apos therapy is an innovative and individual treatment method for knee and back pain and other musculoskeletal disorders. This has significantly developed her skills in Biomechanics and Gait Assessment allowing Mary to assess and treat using a foot-worn biomechanical device providing a non-surgical and drug free treatment to this patient group.