Tina Nielsen Talbot Physiotherapy

Practice details

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday between 7am - 9pm
Dulwich College Sport Centre, Pond Cottages, West Dulwich, London SE21 7LE

51.4403496, -0.083637

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Arthritis, Back, neck, joints and muscles, Children's physiotherapy, Chronic Fatigue / ME, Home visits, Occupational Health / Desk assessment, Orthopaedics / Trauma, Pain management, Rheumatology, Sports physiotherapy, Workplace health

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Tina Nielsen Talbot Physiotherapy

Further information

I work as an integrative holistic physiotherapist specializing in and doing:

  • Spinal and sport Injury prevention and treatment.
  • Sports assessments for prevention of injuries and mastering sporting excellence
  • Hyper-mobility management in life and sport
  • Pre- and Post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Cranio-Sacral Therapy and Clinical Reflexology
  • Myofascial Release

All with the purpose of treating the cause, not the symptom and I love what I do. 

My physiotherapy treatment is evidence based and empowers you with the knowledge of how to safely and properly recover from your injury.

I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist from Brunel University in 1994 and started working in the NHS gaining experience in orthopaedics and outpatients, but my love for sport and the biomechanics of the body meant that I gravitated very early towards musculoskeletal injuries and sporting excellence. I have over the years worked with Surrey County Cricket Club, The Wessex Cricket Academy, Weymouth Football Club, The Danish National Cricket team, The BMX World Cup in Copenhagen, Harriers Athletic Club, Chickerell Football Club amongst other and have looked after several sports professionals preparing for the Olympics as well as VIPs in London. In 1997 I qualified in Cranio-Sacral Therapy and in 1999 in Clinical Reflexology. Combining physiotherapy and holistic medicine enables me to leave no stone unturned in helping clients who have more complicated injuries. I will always examine and look at the whole body to ensure that I am not just patching up an injury, but get to the bottom as to why it happened in the first place. Everything is connected and will therefore affect each other.

I want to share my 29 years+ knowledge with you and am looking forward to helping you.

Tina Nielsen-Talbot, Holistic and Integrative Physiotherapist in Sport and Rehabilitation