Heath Physiotherapy is situated within Heath Health Care, a
multidisciplinary healthcare facility with dental, chiropody and
psychotherapy practices sharing the same building.
The physiotherapy practice is situated in a large light spacious room
with a shared dedicated waiting area.
Lynn Bryden MCSP MSc MMACP, registered with the Health Care
Lynn has extensive experience in the field of musculoskeletal
physiotherapy. She spent many years post qualification working in the
NHS culminating in managing the Acute Physiotherapy service at The
Royal Free Hospital, Hampstead, and has completed postgraduate training
in musculoskeletal therapy, and a masters degree.
She also lead a masters degree programme in Manipulative Therapy at
Coventry University before moving solely into private practice.
Lynn has particular experience in the management of Temporo mandibular
joint dysfunction (TMJ), and back and neck pain (including headaches).
Other interests include running and hockey.
What to expect from your first appointment:
The first appointment will allow sufficient time for a detailed
examination and assessment of your problem in order to plan your
It is important that appropriate time is given to allow you to discuss
your problem and to allow a thorough physical examination in order to
identify the structures giving rise to your symptoms.
This will enable a treatment plan appropriate to your needs to be
developed and any follow-up sessions to be planned.
An important part of your treatment is to address the issue of
recurrence, and to minimise the liklihood of this occurring by giving
advice , exercise and prevention strategies.
The first appointment will usually last for one hour, and follow-up
appointments will usually last for half an hour.
It is not necessary to obtain a doctors referral to have
physiotherapy, though if you plan to use private health insurance your
insurer will usually require this.
Heath Physiotherapy is recognised by the major Health Insurers and we
are able to invoice your insurer directly for your treatment.