DIRECTOR / PHYSIOTHERAPIST
Amit Taneja is the director of Hale Physiotherapy and Wellbeing Centre and Cuffley Clinic Limited. He also works as the Lead Physiotherapist.Having completed his Masters in Musculoskeletal and sports Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in 2007, he has worked in both the NHS and private sector.
During his career he has developed a broad range of advanced treatment techniques through numerous external qualifications. These include acupuncture, manual therapy and biomechanical analysis. Amit’s goal is to provide effective diagnosis and treatment for a wide variety of conditions. He is a member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and Health & Care professionals council (HCPC).
Amit has extensive knowledge in sports injuries, sports rehabilitation, and sports therapy. He works closely with Hertford Rugby Club. He also has vast knowledge and experience of whiplash injuries, occupational health, acupuncture, massage, arthritis, pain management and all musculoskeletal complaints.
Amit is a highly motivated individual. In his spare time, he tries to keep fit and participate in local running events and has developed a genuine interest in running related injuries. He has even completed specialist courses in this specific field. If you are a keen runner with a specific injury Amit will provide specialist assessment and treatment sessions to help you return to full fitness.
Amit’s caring and gentle nature complements his physiotherapy skills and results in his patients returning to him time after time. He has a passion to see all clients reach their full potential and will work with each client to achieve this goal within their capabilities. He prides himself in treating clients with complex musculoskeletal problems that haven’t been resolved successfully elsewhere and loves the challenge
Sophie Rawlinson has completed a Masters in Physiotherapy from King’s College London and a Bachelor in Sport and Exercise Therapy from Leeds Beckett University. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Care Professions Council.
Sophie has a vast knowledge and interest in sports injuries and is passionate about rehabilitation. She is very hands on and includes massage, pain management, and musculoskeletal injury management as part of her rehabilitation programmes.
Working within the private sector and sport clubs, including County rugby and the Great North run, has allowed Sophie to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal injuries such as muscle strains, lower back injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
Sophie is a keen sports woman herself, and currently is the vice-captain of Hertford Hockey ladies 1st team, having also played regional and BUCS premier league. She also enjoys swimming and skiing.
Women’s Health Physiotherapist
Sruthi Nair graduated from Rajiv Gandhi university of Health Sciences Bangalore in 2008 with First class Honours and worked in Mumbai for Multispecialty Hospital and outpatient departments. She furthered her skills by achieving a Master’s degree in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University.
Sruthi has worked in various public events as a Physiotherapist including the London Marathon. She has been working with us since 2014 and has been an integral part of our team.Sruthi enjoys travelling, reading and outdoor activities.
SPORTS MASSAGE THERAPIST
Fayme is a fully qualified and certified practitioner in Sports massage. Having completed a BTEC Level 5 Sports Massage and Remedial Soft Tissue Therapy course with the North London School of Sports Massage (NLSSM) to broaden her training and knowledge.
Fayme now has a good understanding of many modern ailments and can resolve postural issues and ailments. Her detailed knowledge of anatomy and postural issues helps her understand their causes.
Fayme is a delight in being able to help others on their journeys, providing help and knowledge so that they can continue, with the minimum of pain, through life.
Radhika Sharma graduated in 2003 with a physiotherapy BSc (Hons) degree. She is a member of the chartered society of physiotherapists (CSP) and registered with health and care professionals council (HCPC). Radhika has more than 18 years of specialist neurological experience within the National Health Service and private sector.
Radhika has special interest in rehabilitating clients post stroke and head injuries. She has completed various specialists’ courses in neuro rehabilitation including bobaths, functional electrical stimulation, soft cast splinting and SAEBO dynamic splint. She has experience of working with case managers and solicitors when working with clients with head injuries, spinal cord injuries and various other neurological conditions.
Radhika believes in a shared partnership with her patients and strives to help them identify and reach their goals. She follows a holistic, patientcentred approach focusing on specific goals to improve functional ability, reduce pain, promote better posture and maximize quality of life.
Radhika also provides 1:1 pilates and home visits.
Leyth graduated with a BSc Hons Physiotherapy degree from King’s College London in 2022 and is working with us as a Physiotherapist. Leyth has keen interest in both clinical and sports-related conditions and takes pride in delivering patient-focused quality service.
Leyth began his first student placement at the Hale Physio Ware Clinic and has continually developed both professionally and personally working within the close-knit team at Hale as a Rehab Assistant, having met and treated many of the Ware Clinic clients already.
Leyth has also taken on experience working with Hertford Rugby Football Club through Hale Physiotherapy and Wellness, covering weekly matches and training sessions. Alongside qualifying with pitch-side first aid, through this opportunity Leyth has sharpened skills of assessment and treatment of sports injuries alongside his studies to bridge the gap between sports and clinical skills involving cardio-respiratory and neurological physiotherapy from further student placements.
He is a diligent and motivated physiotherapist, committed to working holistically with clients to meet their personal needs and goals to keep clients doing what they love to do. As Leyth is invested in his own fitness, and wellness, he carries over this energy for improvement and performance in a way to champion his clients to be the best they can possibly be – in the way most meaningful to them.
Foot health and massage therapy
Jo is a massage therapist at The Cuffley Physio Clinic with a qualification on sports massage as well as numerous other courses. She provides massages as stand-alone treatments or as part of a wider rehab programme with a physiotherapist.
Musculoskeletal & Sports physiotherapist
Dan has completed a masters in Physiotherapy after completion of his undergraduate degree in sports therapy from the university of Essex. He is a member of the chartered society of physiotherapy, the society of sports therapists and the health care professional council.
Dan has also worked within the private sector, treating a range of musculoskeletal injuries including spinal pains, whiplash, arthritis, soft tissue and tendon injuries as well as post surgical rehabilitation.
Dan is a keen sportsman himself, having gained a scholarship to the university of Essex to play basketball while he completed his studies. He also has a strong interest in strength and conditioning
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Helen worked with my 88 year old Mum following her knee replacement. I was very very impressed. Personable, knowledgeable, supportive, she got my Mum full mobilised and back playing bowls. She had her operation in November 2018 and was she was back playing bowls in January 2019. My Mum has now had a refurbishment of her replacement hip and I have no hesitation in going back to her and recommending her to others.
An inner ear problem last July that developed into vestibular neuritis led to problems with the muscles, nerves and joints in my neck which caused nausea, dizziness, vision problems as well as the usual aches and pain. In February I came to the Physio4 You team in despair. Rachel did a thorough vestibular assessment and was able to reassure me that the vestibular problem was resolved. I was then given Helen’s details for the neck issues. She has been a real Godsend. She is calm, friendly, reassuring and professional. After a thorough exam in which she listened carefully to my history of symptoms, she took time to explain what the problem was and a plan for treatment going forward. This problem has caused me real anxiety at times. She set my mind at rest that I will get better. I am still undergoing treatment but there has been a vast improvement. She takes time to answer all my questions and I always leave feeling so positive. I would thoroughly recommend their services