Pippa Graham Physiotherapy

Practice details

Weekdays only
Campbell Grove, Horley RH6 8PL

51.1796732, -0.1849663

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Arthritis, Back, neck, joints and muscles, Chronic Fatigue / ME, Covid, Hand therapy, Home visits, Neurology inc Stroke, MS, Older people's care, Oncology and palliative care, Orthopaedics / Trauma, Pilates, Rheumatology, Vestibular rehab (balance)

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Pippa Graham Physiotherapy

Further information


Pippa Graham graduated in 2002 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and has worked as a Chartered Physiotherapist for the past 20 years. Initially working within the NHS at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, she quickly realised she had a keen interest in the field of neurology. In 2004 she chose to specialise in this field and worked in both the acute in-patient and community teams, where she gained a wealth of knowledge and experience.

She went on to establish Pippa Graham Physiotherapy in 2008 offering domiciliary based physiotherapy for people with neurological disorders and elderly rehabilitation within a home environment. She soon built up a portfolio of private clients gaining a reputation for the provision of innovative and therapeutic techniques in supporting patients and their families.

Pippa endorses a holistic and dynamic approach by considering the body as a whole, rather than just focusing on the specific aspects of an injury or illness. Her emphasis is on empowering individuals to improve their wellbeing by managing long term conditions.

She possesses excellent communication skills, managing a wide range of relationships with medical practitioners, patients, and their families. Her experience within both the private sector and working for NHS Trusts have honed her problem-solving and diagnostic skills. Efficacy of treatment, honest assessment and collaborative engagement underpin Pippa’s ethos and she displays emotional resilience, a calm temperament and pragmatic approach to client care.

Pippa’s inspiration is helping clients in a multidimensional capacity to improve their lives. She is an active member of the Association of Physiotherapists Interested in Neurology (ACPIN) and regularly participates in other professional networks and forums to ensure her patients receive the best possible care and interventions in line with current healthcare best practice and neurological advancement.

In her spare time, Pippa juggles her professional commitments by maintaining an active lifestyle and enjoys swimming, tennis, badminton, and Pilates.