About US

Emma Bradley

BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Sports & Exercise Medicine

MCSP HCPC MAACP POGP APPI FEA


Emma is a highly skilled physiotherapist with over 10 years’ experience in the industry. First gaining a degree in Physiotherapy, before completing a Master’s degree in Sports & Exercise Medicine in at Queen Mary’s University London, Emma has developed her skills under the instruction of some of the most renowned sports medicine doctors and physiotherapists in the country.

Emma is used to working in elite sporting environments, as well as in private clinic seeing clients of all ages, with a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Her own interest in the therapeutic use of Pilates led her to qualify as a clinical Pilates instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute. Supplementing traditional ‘hands-on’ therapy techniques, Emma is also qualified to use medical acupuncture, taping to support, protect or facilitate movement, and functional exercise prescription to help you maximize your performance, or recover as quickly as possible.

Emma has taken her career experience and progressed to specialise in Women’s Health Physiotherapy, and is a Certified Mummy MOT practitioner - addressing ante- and post-natal conditions, pelvic pain, low back pain, sacroiliac pain, diastasis recti, pelvic floor dysfunction and urinary and bowel incontinence. She treats women at all stages of life, often during peri-menopause, the menopause and after operations such as hysterectomy.

You can expect an advanced level of assessment and holistic treatment during your appointment, with the focus entirely on your personal level of function to help you achieve your goals.

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As an addition to her physiotherapy and anatomy background, Emma has trained in Facial Enhancement Acupuncture (sometimes known as Cosmetic Acupuncture). This treatment works by stimulating blood flow and improving circulation to give a ‘glowing complexion’ and stimulating natural collagen production to reduce fine lines, wrinkles and scars. Dark circles and puffiness in areas such as the eyes and mouth can be addressed by improving lymphatic drainage and hydrating the skin. Facial acupuncture can also address areas of inflammation, acne and other chronic skin conditions without using chemicals or medication. It tones and stimulates muscles in the face to firm and tighten the skin. This relaxing and stress-busting treatment leaves you feeling energised and calm.

 
 
 
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