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The physiotherapy team

Roodlane Medical has 10 full time physiotherapists.

List of physiotherapists:

Aaron Sue
Cailynn See
David O'Hanlon
Karen Chan
Luke Hollings
Nancy Jones
Nkechi Odor
Sangita Patel
Sarah Atherton
Tracey Nguyen

Aaron Sue
PgDipHSc(Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy), PgCertHSc(Western Acupuncture), BHSc(Physiotherapy), MCSP, SRP.P

Aaron graduated from the Auckland School of Physiotherapy, New Zealand in 2000. Since then he has worked exclusively in the musculoskeletal field both in New Zealand and the United Kingdom. In 2002 he completed his postgraduate qualifications in acupuncture and in 2004 his advanced training in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. He joined Roodlane in 2006.

Aaron has a special interest in treatment and prevention of tendinopathy, having worked with athletes ranging from the weekend warriors to world-class sportspeople. He also has considerable experience in rehabilitating the long-term injured back to work.

Outside of work, Aaron uses his rather limited ability in golf to hack around the course, likes to play the odd game of football and of course follows the All Blacks!

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Cailynn See
BSc (Physiotherapy), MCSP

Cailynn graduated from the University of South Australia in 2004. Cailynn has always had a special interest in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and began working in a city based clinic in Sydney from 2005-2008. During this time, she developed her expertise in the treatment of sports and spinal injuries and formed a special interest in exercise prescription. Cailynn has a specific interest in core stability training and strengthening rehabilitation. Cailynn gained experience with developing specific core exercises and started her own Swiss ball exercise classes.

In 2008 Cailynn moved to London and has worked in a variety of settings ranging from the NHS to private outpatients. Cailynn joined Roodlane Medical in 2009 and has quickly proven to be a valuable member of our team.

Cailynn has a passion for travelling and has ventured to many destinations around Europe since arriving in London. She is also a big music fan and enjoys many outdoor activities such as scuba diving and kayaking.

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David O'Hanlon
BSc (Hons), Post GradDip (ManipTher), CPS (SportsPhysio), MMACP, MCSP

David graduated from Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 1996. He has more than 15 years' experience of Musculoskeletal Medicine, initially working within the NHS at Central Middlesex Hospital, and then taking up a post of Clinical Specialist ESP within the Orthopaedic Department at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington. This was combined with working within Private Physiotherapy practices.

David completed his postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2002, and has since extended his skills within the manual therapy and manipulation areas of treatment. He also holds a post graduate certificate in Sports Physiotherapy.

Since 2004 David has worked exclusively within the Private sector, specialising in manual therapy, with a particular interest in the treatment of headaches, neck and back dysfunctions, and shoulder and elbow pain.

Away from work David's time is taken up with his two young children and golf (when time permits).

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Karen Chan
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP

Karen graduated from Kings College London in 2000. Following her training, Karen worked in Kent for 7 years and has gained a wide knowledge in the musculoskeletal field acquiring skills in the use of acupuncture as well as helping people manage chronic pain. Karen has also worked at a private hospital treating mainly post-operative orthopaedic surgical patients. Karen joined Roodlane Medical in 2008 and is enjoying the change of environment!

Karen enjoys treating a variety of conditions especially orthopaedic surgery as she likes the challenge of helping people reach their goals. Karen also has a keen interest in treating wrist and hand injuries and enjoys helping people manage their long-term conditions with different coping strategies. Her philosophy is to identify the cause of the problem to better structure her treatment around it.

Karen is continuing to work towards her post-graduate diploma at the University of Brighton and is enjoying the challenge of juggling study, work and play! During any remaining spare time, Karen can be found to be heading to a spin or pump class and likes to go abroad to ski, snowboard and scuba dive.

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Luke Hollings
Luke Hollings
BSc (Physiotherapy), MCSP

Luke completed his degree at Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia in 2008 and continues to pursue professional development within his field. Prior to joining Roodlane Medical, Luke has worked as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in various settings including sports and corporate health centres and treating QANTAS staff onsite at Perth airport. With a particular interest in neck and back pain, his diverse experience and attention to detail will aim to have you back to your desired activity in a timely manner.

Luke enjoys treating all types of injuries from sports related to the workplace and sees the importance of working together with patients to formulate the best plan to manage injuries quickly and thoroughly. Luke believes in the importance of not just treating 'symptoms', always looking to address contributing factors which can lead to injury, as prevention is the key.

In his spare time Luke enjoys keeping active and may be seen running around one of London's many parks, or exploring Europe.

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Nancy Jones
MSc (Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy)
BSc (Physiotherapy) MCSP MMACP AACP

Nancy has recently joined Roodlane, bringing her expansive skills to the physio team. She is an experienced manual and manipulative physiotherapist whose analytical and evidence-based approach allows tailor-made treatment for each individual, from athlete to office worker. Nancy is a member of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

Nancy originally trained in London qualifying with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2000 from Kings College, London. She then worked in the NHS for Charing Cross and Hammersmith Hospitals, gaining a wealth of knowledge and experience in one of London's biggest teaching hospitals.

In 2006 Nancy undertook an MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at University College London, further enhancing her skills as well as updating her research and theoretical base in this fast moving profession. Since then she has worked in private practice in South-West London and the City.

As a true Londoner, Nancy spends much her spare time escaping the city to travel. She also adores skiing and all things musical.

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Nkechi Odor
BSc (Physiotherapy), MMACP, MCSP, SRP.

Nkechi qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Ibadan in 2006. Since then she has practised physiotherapy in both private practices and major hospitals in Nigeria, and the U.K, where she honed her physiotherapeutic skills in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation.

Her special interests lie in neuromusculoskeletal conditions and manipulative therapy. She is currently in the process of completing a master's degree in manual therapy at the University of Nottingham and is a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP). She also has postgraduate qualifications in acupuncture and dry needling.

Nkechi believes physiotherapy bridges the gap between injury and optimal function; so she loves working with her patients to enable them achieve their specific goals of therapy.

When not working, Nkechi enjoys swimming and travelling.

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Sangita Patel
BHSc (Physiotherapy), PgDip(Sports Med), MCSP.

Sangita qualified in 2007 from the Auckland University of Technology, in New Zealand. Since then she has worked in New Zealand, Australia and the UK. She has worked in private practice, aged care and public health care. This has allowed her experience with a wide variety of musculoskeletal issues.

She completed her post-graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine, through Otago University, and has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy. Sangita has provided physiotherapy services for various rugby league, rugby union and hockey tournaments, including the NRL 9's tournament. She has worked with Auckland Cricket, overseeing the Auckland women's team, and assisting with the Auckland men's team. She has also worked with rowing squads and with a professional wrestling company.

Outside of work, Sangita enjoys travelling, music, keeping fit and active and photography. You will find her out and about taking advantage of London's museums, foodie scene and all the other allures of London.

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Sarah Atherton
BSc (hons) physio MCSP SRP

Sarah qualified as a Physiotherapist at Sheffield Hallam University in 2001. After graduating, she worked in the NHS for six years in north east London and quickly specialised in musculoskeletal complaints and conditions. From this early stage Sarah was keen to develop her love of sporting injuries and worked every weekend with her local rugby team providing pitch-side cover.

Sarah joined Roodlane Medical in 2013 after working privately in the City for the previous six years. She has worked in several private clinics and corporate in-house environments. In this time Sarah has also had the opportunity to volunteer at many sporting events such as the Bloomberg Square mile relay, the Standard Chartered 5K and at the London Marathon.

Her specialist interests include lumbar spine instability, running overuse injuries and shoulder conditions. Sarah believes that finding out the root cause of the problem is the answer to relieving a patient's pain and to prevent it from reoccurring. This is led by a holistic approach, looking at the way patients move and understanding what activities they take part in on a daily basis.

Sarah has been an accredited member of the Acupuncture Society for the last ten years and uses this as a successful accompaniment to her conventional physiotherapy skills. Another string to Sarah's bow is that she is a fully qualified Pilates instructor and has regularly taught both mat and equipment based Pilates.

In her spare time Sarah enjoys spending time with her family, reading a good book or pounding the streets on London in training for half marathons.

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Tracey Nguyen
BSc (Physiotherapy), Polestar Pilates Rehab Cert, MCSP

Tracey grew up in Australia and completed her Physiotherapy degree at the University of South Australia in 2005. Since then she has worked predominantly in private practice dealing with various conditions; from everyday aches and pains, to sports injuries and major operations.

After graduating, Tracey worked in a large private physiotherapy clinic in Sydney and gained valuable experience in musculoskeletal injuries. This helped her develop an interest in spinal injuries including neck and lower back pain. Tracey feels that, although treating these areas can be quite challenging, the results are equally as rewarding.

After Sydney, Tracey spent some time in Singapore where she continued to expand her skills by taking up Pilates exercise training and teaching after experiencing the benefits of Pilates exercise for herself. She is now a big advocate of Pilates and likes to integrate it with her physiotherapy treatment.

In her spare time, Tracey likes to try and see a little more of the world. She is still new to London and looks forward to experiencing and seeing more of the UK and making the most of having Europe at her doorstep.

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PHIN's goal is to help patients make more informed choices about where to go for treatment.
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International transfers
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Information will be kept in in accordance with the retention periods outlined in the Information Governance Alliance (IGA) Records Management Code of Practice for Health and Social Care (2016). Information may be held for longer periods where the following apply:
Retention in case of queries. We will retain your personal data as long as necessary to deal with any queries you may have.
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Your rights under applicable data protection law.
Your rights are as follows (noting that these rights do not apply in all circumstances):
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