Aaron graduated in 2005 from The University of the West of England, Bristol. Aaron began his career in the NHS working at Maidstone Hospital, where he rotated through all areas of physiotherapy, neurology, musculoskeletal, intensive care, respiratory, paediatrics and orthopaedics. Since specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy Aaron has dedicated himself to his profession and enjoys taking every opportunity he can to further develop himself as a physiotherapist. Aaron keeps up to date with regular training courses, including his post-graduate qualification in acupuncture. Aaron has developed good working relationships with the Kent based orthopaedic consultants and also has good links with some London-based specialists.
Aaron spent 2 years working in Australia and New Zealand furthering his orthopaedic, acute injury and rehabilitation experience and skills. Aaron has worked in private practice in the UK since returning from Australia in 2012. He is a keen sportsman and has enjoyed success in multiple sports, from Badminton to Rugby, Swimming to Golf. Having experience in almost all racket sports. Aaron currently has a specialist interest in Golf and Racket sport injuries. Taking any opportunity to advance his treatments in those areas. Having previously coached Badminton he has expertise in movement analysis, injury prevention and management. He is a highly experienced skier and attempts to get away to the slopes at least once a year. Aaron keeps himself fit with regular squash, touch rugby and golf.
Aaron prides himself on the level of service he provides to his patients. He will always try to achieve as much as he can with his clients in as short a time frame as possible. His hands-on skills are advanced and as he has been practising for over 20 years his level of experience sets him apart from others.
Victoria is a clinical specialist respiratory and rehabilitation physiotherapist. She graduated in 2005 from the University of the West of England Bristol and started work at the William Harvey Hospital in Ashford. She progressed to working as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Pulmonary Rehabilitation where she jointly set up the East Kent Service. Victoria furthered her Hyperventilation and Chronic Lung Disease management skills and experience when working in New Zealand and Australia. On return to the UK Victoria worked at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS trust, running outpatient respiratory clinics, assessing, progressing and rehabilitating patients on the intensive care unit, respiratory and general wards.
Victoria left the NHS in November 2021 to focus on her private work. In the private sector she treats a range of respiratory disorders from Bronchiectasis to Breathing dysfunctions in elite athletes. She also provides a home physiotherapy service for individuals who are unable to get to clinic. In this she treats people with a wide range of issues, recovery from fractures, hospital stays, intensive care recovery, mobility and balance issues.
Victoria loves focusing on providing the very best quality service that she can for her clients, she loves to see them progress and achieve their goals. Working in her own private practice allows her to give the clients the time and attention that they need to achieve their best potential.
In her youth she competed for Great Britain in Judo. Unfortunately injury pushed her into retirement but sparked her interest in physiotherapy. She now enjoys spending time with her family as she is mother to three daughters. She loves to stay active, enjoying skiing, walking and working out at the gym as well as singing in an occasional choir.