Sherry Bingham

Chartered Physiotherapist

Sherry is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with numerous special interests. She qualified as a Personal Trainer/Massage Therapist in the 90's where she spent many years working as a Therapist/Trainer and Manager within the Health and Fitness industry.

Sherry later trained as a Physiotherapist in London at St George's Hospital Medical School.  Since qualifying as a Physiotherapist she has worked in Australia and predominately in the UK in a variety of Government, NHS, Mental Health, Private Practice and Ministry of Defence positions.

Sherry has invested her learning and development into further post-grad study in human movement and the optimisation of the mind-body connection.  Every encounter with a patient is unique; Sherry will invest in her patients to ensure the most appropriate treatment is offered at the most appropriate time.  Sherry looks forward to each day she spends as a Physiotherapist and all the challenges and successes it brings.

 

Special Interests:

Lower back pain or spinal pain

Foot function and optimising foot biomechanics

Young Athletes

Cross Fit

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Post-operative Orthopaedic

 

Testimonials

 - ChartRon Crosby - NZ author and Lawyer, LLB(Hons)

"In 1987 as a 38 y/o I crushed the nerve supplying my serratus anterior muscle underlying my shoulder blade while in the NZ bush on my own carrying a very heavy pack with supplies for 14 days.

After some 6 months I was told by a Neurosurgeon that the nerve receptor having died, the muscle would never work again.  He said I had to accept I would have my shoulder blade winging off my back permanently, as despite other higher and smaller shoudler muscle groups trying to compensate they would become tired on extended exercise.  And so it proved at cricket, squash and tennis for the next 25 years, with the result that I could not extend my arm above my shoulder to touch my ear - instead it remained fixed at about a 70-75 degree angle at best.

Until I met Sherry, who on being told by my daughter of that situation, inserted needles under the shoulder blade and somehow miraculously freed up the muscle and allowed me to bring the arm up to my ear for the first time on 25 years!

Extraordinary skill and knowledge for which I am grateful - constant repetative exercise has kept my shoulder blade movements flexible ever since.

And added to those advantages Sherry has a deligtful, cheery and witty disposition which actually makes one comfortable at being persuaded to undergo the needle therapy - again something I had never previously done.

Cheers"

Other Team Members
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Gordon Bosworth
Clinical Director
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David Jones
Chartered Physiotherapist
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Catherine Tomkies
Chartered Physiotherapist
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Amy McQuitty
Chartered Physiotherapist
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Caitlin Tinn
Chartered Physiotherapist
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Sharon Simpson
Chartered Physiotherapist
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Sophie Gwilym
Neurological Physiotherapist
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Jenny Page
Neurological Physiotherapist
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Caroline Hyne
Neurological Physiotherapist
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Ruari Scott
Osteopath
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Paul Ledger
Soft Tissue Therapist - Performance Trainer
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Neil Greig
Rehabilitation Specialist
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Bryony O'Dowda
Soft Tissue Therapist
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Autumn Rowan-Hull
Fascial Stretch Therapist
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Kate Layton
Soft Tissue Therapist - Pilates Instructor
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Helen Money
Nutrition & Sports Nutrition
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Mark Bellamy
Performance & Sports Psychologist
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Tillie Snell
Practice Manager
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Naomi Bosworth
Assistant Practice Manager