Alexandra Chambers and Jesse Holloway set up Billericay Physiotherapy in 2009. Billericay Physiotherapy is operated from a clinic in South Green in Billericay. 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.
Meet the team
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.
Rob Thickpenny – Performance Coach
Rob graduated from Brunel University in 1998 with an honours degree in Sports Science where he focused on biomechanics and exercise physiology. He is an experienced strength and conditioning coach with a demonstrated history of working in elite and grassroots sport for 18 years. He provides performance solutions to international athletes, professional rugby players, professional squash players, elite cyclists, academy footballers and international dressage riders.
Rob is a former England Athletics Physical Preparation lead where he delivered a world class programme of coach and athlete development across all events. He personally coached and supported athletes who competed at the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, and is experienced at working as part of an inter-disciplinary team including physiotherapists and sports physicians.
Linda Griffin –
Since qualifying in 2003, Linda Griffin has worked within the NHS, initially as a junior rotational post. This enabled her to consolidate her knowledge and then develop a breath of experience treating both acute and chronic conditions. It was during this period Linda had the opportunity to rotate into women’s health.
Having worked as a night sister on a busy gynaecology/surgical ward since 1994, it was a great opportunity for Linda to combine experience gained from both of her professions. It has and always will be an area she has a special interest and passion for.
Currently Linda works as the clinical lead therapist in women’s health Physiotherapy department in Southend Hospital, she has been in post there since 2005.
Linda has completed her ACPWH Ano-retcal and vaginal assessment and management course. Completion of a Manual pelvic floor therapy course has provided her with an array of treatment options for those with chronic pelvic/vulvar pain. She has also completed matwork 1+2 APPI course and uses this regularly within her practice.
Linda joined Nuffield Health in 2011 and has been given the opportunity to develop this service, which now offers assessment and management of bladder and bowel dysfunction, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain to men and women. She also offers ante and post natal care.
Steve Jay –
Following consecutive serious knee injuries during a year as a professional rugby player with Harlequins, Steve Jay completed a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy at Brunel University in 2009.
Steve has previously worked as a senior physiotherapist for NELFT in the NHS, and has a keen interest in cognitive functional therapy (CFT), with a particular interest in the assessment and treatment of persistent low back pain disorders.
Steve has attended a variety of post graduate courses and is soon to commence an MSc in Neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy
For appointments and enquiries
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