Beauty therapy, sports injuries … need a massage?
We have two therapy rooms at Coolhurst where the following therapists practice. All treatments are by appointment and should be booked with the therapist directly.
- Marcel Peen – Physiotherapist
- Frankie Baxe – Sports Therapist
Marcel Peen – Physiotherapist
Marcel Peen is able to draw on more than 20 years experience to guide you through a comprehensive history and physical examination to determine exactly what your problem is and outline the best and most effective treatment programme possible.
At the end of your initial assessment we will discuss a detailed action plan and estimated recovery time – so you know exactly what to expect.
Using a combination of joint mobilisation, stretching, manual therapy, strapping techniques, and structured exercise programme (including Clinical Pilates), the aim will be to get you to a full recovery fast.
Physiotherapy treatments are used to correct and rehabilitate the following problems:
- back and neck pain
- all joint and muscular injuries
- sporting injuries and pain
- ligament and tendon injuries
- chronic pain and weakness
- running injuries and problems
- work related injuries
- post surgical rehabilitation
- exercise program review and design
- motor vehicle accident recovery programs
Marcel Peen is registered with most private health insurance companies.
In order to book an appointment, please contact Marcel Peen on 07831235678, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Frankie Baxe is a professional Sports Therapist, who qualified in 2003, following a 3 year BSc degree course and clinical practice at the London Metropolitan University.
She has gained extensive experience, working in Europe with a highly reputable clinic, working with various London Metropolitan University Teams, The Salsa Cubana Dance Company, while on tour as their massage therapist and at Georgians Tennis Club.
As a Sports Therapist she deals with the treatment and prevention of injuries, rehabilitation and returning people to optimal levels of their functional fitness.
The treatment combines specific soft tissue manipulations, stretches, mobilisation of joints, deep tissue massage and electrotherapeutic modalities. In addition to treating the symptoms, her techniques also focus on the causes of each particular injury and how to prevent it from reoccurring, by implementing a structures rehabilitation program. This consists of techniques to improve core stability, muscle strength, proprioception (balance and coordination), flexibility, posture and muscle imbalance.
She specialises in the following conditions:
- Muscle, tendons and ligament strains or tears
- Muscle & Joint stiffness
- Impingement syndrome