Alexandra Chambers and Jesse Holloway set up Billericay Physiotherapy in 2009. Billericay Physiotherapy is operated from a clinic in South Green in Billericay and the Pilates classes run from Noak Bridge Village Hall. The clinic aims to provide a thorough, professional assessment and treatment in a relaxed and comfortable environment.
We accept referrals from GP’s, Consultants, Insurance Companies and Occupational Health Practitioners. If you do not want to visit your GP or other Health Practioner you can refer yourself for physiotherapy.
Most insurance companies insist that you have been referred by a GP or Consultant and patients are responsible for all payments not met by their insurance company, so please check your cover. We need to have your insurance membership number and authorisation code prior to physiotherapy beginning.
Alex Chambers – physiotherapist
Alex qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2002 at Colchester Institute. She completed her junior rotation at Southend Hospital, experiencing a broad range of departments to obtain a sound knowledge base before specialising as a senior physiotherapist in musculoskeletal adults and paediatrics.
In November 2011 she started working at Nuffield Hospital in Brentwood to continue her role, combining with orthopaedics. The Nuffield has allowed close professional relationships with the consultants and since 2008 she has specialised in Pilates and is a fully qualified APPI and Fit back and bumps instructor.
Jesse Holloway – physiotherapist
Jesse Holloway qualified in 2000 from The University of East London. He formed a solid knowledge base by completing all the available rotational options as a Junior Physiotherapist and then Senior posts in Paediatrics, Outpatients and Orthopaedics at Southend General Hospital.
Jesse moved and still works at The Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital, where he has been Outpatient Lead Physiotherapist since September 2011. His speciality in Musculoskeletal Outpatients and Orthopaedics has grown in close conjunction with local Consultants. With a sporting Background, Jesse has experience in treating a range of acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions; maximising rehabilitation in a way that clients understand.
Linda Griffin – physiotherapist
Linda qualified as a Nurse in 1994 and went on to specialise in gynaecology at Basildon Hospital. After graduating as a Physiotherapist in 2003, she joined the Women’s Health Physiotherapy Team at Southend Hospital as a Senior Physiotherapist in 2005.
Her main interests are in pelvic floor re-education, bladder and bowel dysfunction, vaginal prolapse and ante/post natal conditions. Linda is a fully qualified Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) Pilates Instructor and is currently undertaking a postgraduate ACPWH women’s health course at the Bradford University.
Kieron Phelan – physiotherapist
Graduating from University of East London in 2003, Kieron spent two and a half years as an inpatient physiotherapist within the NHS gaining extensive experience in acute medical, orthopaedics, ITU and surgical care. Growing up with a grandfather with Multiple Sclerosis (M.S) and with a family heavily involved in the Havering MS society, Kieron spent a year within the neurological rehabilitation speciality in the NHS, during which time he completed his introduction to Bobath neurological rehabilitation training.
Kieron finally decided to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and since then he has completed extensive post graduate training in manipulative manual therapy, Dynamic movement screening & functional exercise, Level 1 clinical Pilates and chronic pain management. He is currently looking to complete his post graduate diploma in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire after already completing MSc level study, including Acupuncture.