Physio Answers Leyton
Our clinic in Leyton is conveniently located on Leyton High Road, 5 minutes’ walk from Leyton tube station, opposite Coronation Gardens. We have two treatment rooms fully equipped with everything from ultrasound to Swiss balls. We also stock a wide selection of rehabilitation products and fitness aids that your physiotherapist may recommend to optimise your treatment plan and subsequent recovery.
We are easily accessible by public transport or driving from Stratford, Walthamstow and Leytonstone.
Local parking vouchers are available to purchase at the clinic.
- Sport Injury Treatment
- Sciatica Treatment
- Neck Pain Treatment
- Shoulder Pain Treatment
- Back Treatment
- Hip Pain Treatment
- Knee Pain Treatment
- Ankle Pain Treatment
- Sports Massage
- Hand Treatments
- Dance Physiotherapy
How to Find us
Leyton tube station on the central line is 5 minutes’ walk from the clinic. Leyton Midland Train Station is a short bus ride away. Leyton is one stop on the central line from Stratford for links with for the, DLR, Jubilee line and mainline trains. Buses: Nos. 58, 69, 97 and 158 run along Leyton High Road. Stop at Coronation Gardens.
By Car: We are directly on Leyton High Road, near the Leyton Orient Football stadium. There is paid parking nearby and parking vouchers can be purchased at the clinic for up to 2 hours.
Meet the Team
CLINIC OWNER AND PRINCIPAL PHYSIOTHERAPIST – Ann Petherbridge BSc (Hons), MCSP
Ann Petherbridge BSc (Hons), MCSP practices at both Southend and Leyton. She graduated from Brunel University in 1999 and soon specialised in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy in the NHS. Here she gained valuable experience in treating an extensive variety of patients and conditions. She was also involved in training under-graduate physiotherapy students.Ann has worked in the private sector for the last 20 years including treating patients involved in litigation cases. She completed post-graduate training in acupuncture in 2000 and regularly attends lectures and courses to update her knowledge in all aspects of physiotherapy. She has a special interest in hypermobility syndrome and its effects and spinal conditions.Ann moved from London to Southend 12 years ago and enjoys spending a quieter time in nearby Southchurch Park and the beach… She used to be a keen horse rider, skier, windsurfer and mountain walker but now spends most of her time taking her 3 boys to their various sporting events and activities!
Arthur Byemaro Kugonza MCSP BSc (Hons)
Arthur graduated with a Higher National Diploma in Physiotherapy at Mulago Hospital, Uganda, East Africa. He then completed another physiotherapy degree in 2001, this time at the University of East London, to obtain BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. He is awaiting accreditation with the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine (SOM) having completed an extensive course of education in upper and lower limb disorders. He is also currently studying for an MSC in Advanced Neuro-musculoskeletal Management at the London South Bank University. Arthur has extensive experience working with Orthopaedic and Rheumatology consultants at the North Middlesex Hospital, North London with patients suffering from acute, chronic and complex presentations. Working in the pain clinic led by anaesthetists has given him invaluable experience in dealing with patients with long standing problems.Arthur has a special interest in sports injuries, back pain and chronic and complex pain presentations. With his multiple qualifications and widespread practical experience his manual therapy skills are superb and he takes pride in getting the best possible results. Arthur lives in Chingford and enjoys travelling to exotic overseas locations and locally making the most of London’s social life!
Ayushi Parihar.BSc Physiotherapy. MSc Sports and Exercise Medicine
Ayushi graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy in India and then pursued her specialist interest in sports physio by completing her masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine in the UK.
As well as experience in a variety of neurological and musculo- skeletal conditions Ayushi has also provided pitch side physio at the World Masters Hockey World Cup in 2022 and is also Certified in Intermediate Trauma and Medical Management in Football (ITMMiF) by the Football Association (FA)
Ayushi says she is’ a passionate and driven individual trying to help people with evidence based science’ applying a combination of hands on therapy and rehabilitation exercise to get the best results for her clients.
When she isn’t working Ayushi enjoys photography and basketball and is looking forward to settling into her new home in East London
Molli Wilson Practice Manager
Molli works at the Leyton clinic which also serves as our head office. She is from the East Coast of Australia but has called London ‘home’ for the last 16 years. Molli studied nutrition which lead her to discover anatomy, physiology and the importance of movement. Molli says: ‘I truly believe that we need to take responsibility for our own health which is why I loved the approach Ann and the team took towards clients who came to the clinic – It wasn’t just about what happens in the treatment room but what happens when it comes to exercise, stress levels, hobbies, office environment and sleep!’ Molli has also experienced back pain for years, but by taking this holistic approach to her health and wellbeing she found she can manage the pain without relying on medication. Dance is a huge part of helping her manage my pain – I’m very passionate about it being a great activity for all ages and abilties! Naturally, being an Aussie, she loves to help! So if you’re experiencing pain give Molli a call on 0203 5383808 and she will point you in the right direction!
Debbie White – Practitioner in Rosen Method Bodywork
Debbie first encountered Rosen Method Bodywork in 2006 initially for help with her own chronic muscle tension. So inspired by the positive changes she noticed both in her body and her life, as a result of Rosen Method, she decided to train as a practitioner and to share this wonderful work with others. Whilst most of Debbie’s training took place with the UK Rosen School, she is fortunate to have been able to attend a week-long workshop in Berkeley, California, with Marion Rosen (2014-2012), who developed Rosen Method.One of the few qualified Rosen Method practitioners in the UK (Rosen Method is established across much of Europe and the United States; practitioners include a Norwegian princess!), Debbie is a member of the Rosen Institute, the body that sets standards for and regulates the profession worldwide. She is also a trained actor and company member/prop-maker for Foreign-Affairs Theatre Company based in Hackney, and enjoys dance, movement, singing and body-percussion. Rosen Sessions with Debbie are available at our Leyton clinic on Thursday evenings. Other times are available by arrangement.To book or for any other information please contact Debbie directly at [email protected]
you would like to learn more about the Rosen method then go to their website for further information: