Kerry Williams Physiotherapy


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Specialises in

  • Acupuncture (MSK)
  • Back pain (MSK)
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Pain management
  • Sports injuries (MSK)

About me

I trained as a Physiotherapist in London at Kings College Hospital and qualified in 1985. I worked in the NHS in London Hospitals and Trusts for 15 years specialising in musculoskeletal work in the outpatient setting. When I left London I was a Physiotherapy Lead Clinician and Manager in a large Community Trust based in West London.

In the private sector I set up with another physiotherapist a sports injury clinic at the West London Stadium (now The Linford Christie Stadium) treating athletes and sportsmen/women. We also travelled with some on their warm weather training trips abroad and to sporting venues. These athletes included Linford, Colin Jackson and John Herbert.

I moved back to Wiltshire in 2000 and continued work in the Musculoskeletal field.

My particular areas of expertise are the sacro-iliac joint and pelvis; spinal and lower limb dysfunctions. These are often associated with muscle imbalance, poor neural patterning and pain. Treatments focus on posture evaluation; restoration of joint function, muscle balance and neural control; pain relief and self-management programs.

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Procedures completed

  • AA361

    Follow on musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

  • AA360

    Initial musculoskeletal session (physiotherapy) - (5-50)

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