Nicky is a leading specialist within the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. With a vast wealth experience spanning 25 years Nicky has worked in the NHS and private sector, abroad and in the UK.
Having advanced qualifications in Manipulative and Manual Physiotherapy, Nicky applies a holistic approach to her treatment of injury and pain with a breadth of experience ranging from elite sport people and to chronic musculoskeletal conditions.
Nicky’s attention to detail often allows her to find the source of the problem which other treatments may have missed in the past. She is passionate about her work and is dedicated to continually updating her knowledge and skills.
JEMS Biomechanical Movement Specialists
JEMS (Joanne Elphinston Movement Systems)
Nicky has done an extensive course in the study and analysis of movement to understand injury prevention and rehabilitation.
JEMS training involves looking beyond assessing the site of pain or injury, instead looking at the interactions throughout the body to find out why it is happening, and therefore how to prevent it. JEMS draws from biomechanical, neuromuscular, sensory and behavioural principles to create the keys to effective, efficient movement. Movement is created with balance and symmetry, efficiency of muscle action, timing, control and awareness. It needs to integrate all the body systems to be responsive and adaptable to change.
The JEMS approach can be used to treat people from all walks of life from the elite sports person to the sedentary individual.
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Physiotherapy Bridgend is recognised by many of the major Private Health Insurance Providers. If you are covered by insurance please be sure to bring you Membership number and Policy code with you for the initial treatment session. We can provide you with a Provider number. Alternatively we can provide you with an invoice/receipt with all the details you will need to be reimbursed by your Insurance provider.
Nicky is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), Health Care Professions Council( HCPC) and Physio First.
What to bring.
Wear loose comfortable clothing. If you are coming regarding a neck or shoulder problem, a sleeveless top is beneficial or a pair of shorts if it is a hip or knee.
A child under the age of 16 requires an adult to accompany them.
You are welcome to bring a family member or friend to the treatment sessions.