Nilesh Qualified from the University of East London in 2002 has worked in Private Practice and within the NHS for many years and has built up a loyal patient list over the years
Nilesh Qualified from the University of East London in 2002 has worked in Private Practice and within the NHS for many years and has built up a loyal patient list over the years. Nilesh has over the years specialised in the treatment of Spine, Lower Limb and Upper limb conditions. Nilesh still also practices within the NHS as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist where he works closely with the Orthopaedic team to provide an expert physiotherapy service.
Over the years Nilesh has provided support to Professional & Amateur athletes in Rugby, Football, Cricket, Swimming, Thaiboxing & various Martial Arts to name a few. Nilesh was also selected to work as a Physiotherapist at the 'London 2012 Olympic Games' where he was based at the Athletes Polyclinic within the Atheletes Village. Nilesh was working alongside a team of medical experts from around the world treating 'track and field' stars from the wide spectrum of Olympic Sports.
Over the years Nilesh has also developed a strong working relationship with the Orthopaedic Consultants, Specialist Physiotherapists, Podiatrists and Personal Fitness Trainers which allows him to offer an holistic physiotherapy service and also is able to draw in expert support and advice as required. Nilesh has trained in Orthopaedic Medicine, Mulligans Concept, Kinetic Control, Bobath Neurology , Muscle Energy Techniques & the Australian institute of Pilates, this has allowed Nilesh to develop his manual therapy & exercise rehabilitation skills. Nilesh over the years has also served as lead Hydrotherapist within the NHS providing expert rehabilitation and often uses the Aqua facilities to rehabilitate sports injuries and neurological conditions at Contact Physiotherapy.
Nilesh has a great deal of experience treating Occupational Health and Road traffic Injuries and uses a diverse approach getting the patient back to full function quickly. Nilesh has also practiced Acupuncture since 2003 & has attended several Acupuncture courses including Acupuncture in Sport, Trigger Points, Spinal Acupuncture & Chronic . Nilesh is also member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists AACP & the North West Upper Limb Group. Nilesh regularly attends courses & conferences to maintain his knowledge and clinical skills to a high standard. Over the years Nilesh has also taken part in under graduate education for the BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy programme at the University of Central Lancashire in interviewing prospective candidates and moderating practical exams.
In his spare time Nilesh enjoys spending time with his family and friends, cooking visiting the gym and practicing martial arts.
Marie has been a HPC registered Physiotherapist since 2006 and joined contact Physiotherapy in 2011. Marie is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists. Over the years Marie has developed and interest within Musculoskeletal management and currently also currently works as a Senior Physiotherapist within a large teaching hospital. Marie has also experience working within Rugby and uses a variety of skills including exercise, manual techniques , massage , DMI Pilates and is also qualified to treat using acupuncture. Marie over the years has also worked closely with Whiplash and Road traffic related injuries . In her social time Marie enjoys socialising with family and friends and going to the gym.
Adam is a HPC registered Physiotherapist and member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and has experience of working in musculoskeletal out-patient departments of two local NHS Trusts. Adam has experience in leading classes for both upper and lower limb rehabilitation, and taking both individual and group hydrotherapy sessions. He is currently enhancing his physiotherapy knowledge and skills through working in a rotational position within the NHS. Adam also has an Honours Degree in Physiotherapy & Sports Science, and in his spare time enjoys football, cycling, running and golf.
Qualifications are: MBBS, MS (Orthopaedics), MRCS (Edinburgh), M.Ch. (Orthopaedics), M.Sc (Trauma). Mr Mittal is employed as an Associate Specialist in Trauma & Orthopaedics at a large teaching hospital, offering expert orthopaedic musculoskeletal management. Mr Mittal did his basic orthopaedic training in India. After coming to the UK, he has received further training in Liverpool & did his research fellowship under Prof. Klennerman at Royal Liverpool Hospital. Mr Mittal’s interests are, Surgery of the foot and ankle, Arthroscopic surgery of the knee and ankle, Lower Limb Joint Replacement’s and Musculo-skeletal trauma.
Mr Mittal has conducted extensive research into foot and ankle surgery and has presented nationally and internationally. He has also published several papers in peer-reviewed journals. Mr Mittal offers a specialist orthopaedic consultation for lower limb conditions at Contact Physiotherapy.