Josh Coles

Chartered Physiotherapist

Josh qualified from Kings College London in 2015. Since then he has developed expert clinical skills whilst working in some of London’s leading teaching hospitals including Charing Cross, St Marys and Hammersmith. Alongside working in private practice, he also divides his time between a first contact physiotherapy role based in Chiswick GP practices and as an advanced physiotherapy practitioner at West Middlesex Hospital. These roles have all helped hone his diagnostic and triage skills. When rehabilitating people he enjoys problem solving and getting to know what makes them tick, utilising approaches such as manual therapy and exercise.

He is close to finishing his Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire and has a specialist interest in treating shoulder and knee injuries, tendinopathy and post operative procedures such as anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his young family, keeping fit in the gym and watching any type of sport, having previously played semi professional rugby himself.”

Lawton Gate House,
7 Hill Street, Richmond,
London, TW9 1SX

020 8332 1132

clinic@richmondphysio.co.uk

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Recognised by all major private health insurance providers. As of Nov 7th 2016 Richmond Physiotherapy will be accepting AXA PPP claims. We will also continue to accept all major insurers and any patient who wishes to self pay including: AXA, BUPA, WPA, HSA and Norwich Union. Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Chartered State Registered Physiotherapists and MLACP.

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Lawton Gate House,
7 Hill Street, Richmond,
London, TW9 1SX

020 8332 1132

clinic@richmondphysio.co.uk

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