The Limes Clinic

Practice details

Week days 9am - 5pm, evenings available on request
116 The Street, Boughton under Blean, Faversham ME13 9AP
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51.2955849, 0.9545795

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Specialities

Acupuncture, Arthritis, Back, neck, joints and muscles, Children's physiotherapy, Continence management, Chronic Fatigue / ME, Home visits, Hydrotherapy / Aquatic Therapy, Men's Health, Orthopaedics / Trauma, Pain management, Pilates, Sports physiotherapy, Women's health, Workplace health

Payment options

Private

Further information

Jacqueline Swift attained a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy in 1999. Since then she has spent 15 years in the NHS furthering her education to be able to eventually take up the post of Clinical Specialist. She worked as lead clinician, setting up the Women's Health Physiotherapy Services at the Kent and Canterbury Hospital. She has a Masters Level Accreditation in Continence Care, is Registered with Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), is a Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and is a Member of Institute of Functional Medicine.
Jacqueline is committed to optimising her clients function and wellbeing and as a result is constantly developing skills and knowledge through continuing professional education. She has studied, and continues to study, with a variety of Institutes; Barral Institute of Visceral Manipulation, Integrative Women's Health Institute, Burrell Education, The Institute of Functional Medicine and with Diane Lee: Integrative Systems Model and LJ Lee: Connect Therapy.
Jacqueline strives to provide a holistic approach at The Limes Clinic and as such works closely with an amazing team of Professionals offering: nutritional therapy, acupuncture, counselling, reiki, reflexology, massage therapy and mindfulness tuition.

Areas of interest

musculoskeletal conditions; sports injuries and rehabilitation; pilates for antenatal and postnatal; pilates for rehabilitation; pregnancy and post partum related condition; incontinence; prolapse; pelvic floor dysfunction including chronic pelvic pain, vulvodynia, sexual dysfunction; Functional Medicine, combining nutrition and lifestyle medicine science with physiotherapy to aid recovery from injury, illness, trauma; soft tissue techniques including visceral manipulation, massage, trigger point; acupuncture