About our physiotherapists in Norwich and South Norfolk
Total Care Physio in Taverham in Norwich & Loddon in South Norfolk are clinics set up by Physiotherapists, Claire & Sarah with the same aim: to provide quick access to treatment and fast results.
They want to treat the whole person and find the true cause for their pain. For example, headaches and dizziness can be caused
Claire and Sarah met over ten years ago whilst working together on a weekend shift in an orthopaedic ward. Along with their
Expert physiotherapist knowledge and experience
Together they can boast over 30 years experience, have an excellent reputation within physiotherapy, and have worked in different aspects of the NHS, private hospitals and private clinics, both within busy city centres and GP clinics. They are both HCPC, AACP and CSP registered and have undergone additional extensive postgraduate training and will continue to do so. They both believe that this is important and pride themselves on keeping up to date with
Together Claire and Sarah bring expert knowledge and experience to a whole range of medical conditions, from an older arthritic joint to a young sporting injury. They carry out skilled assessments to diagnose quickly and accurately to improve health, wellbeing and quality of life of each person who attends the clinic. They are able to liaise with your GP or consultant as and when necessary. Talk to us today!
Claire Stroud (nee Emerson) started working as a physiotherapist within a private hospital in an inpatient orthopaedic setting before transferring to an outpatient musculoskeletal clinic.
Professionally she has developed her Pilates teaching skills and runs many classes at different levels and 1:1
Claire’s career has been heavily influenced by her own sporting background in horse riding and long distance running. After beginning to compete at the age of 11 in track and field and cross country running, she went on to compete at a National level in the USA through her years at University. Claire feels this personal experience of
Claire enjoys spending time with her two young sons and she loves to spend any spare time she has either in a gym or running around the streets of Norwich.
Sarah Considine qualified as a physiotherapist in London and began working within the NHS in Surrey. It became apparent, very early on in her career, that she was interested in musculoskeletal pains and injuries, and she became Team Leader within a very busy outpatients department. Sarah is a Norfolk girl and on moving back home she began working closely with Orthopaedic Consultants in a private hospital, helping Spinal Consultants in Norwich to develop protocols for physiotherapy rehabilitation following surgery to the neck and back.
Sarah enjoys the challenge of treating aches and pains, within any area of the body, finding out why symptoms have begun and treating them and advising on preventing their reoccurrence.
Sarah has a keen interest in the causes and treatment of conditions causing symptoms described as dizziness, vertigo, labyrinthitis, neuritis, BPPV (Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo) and motion/travel sickness. These problems can be very distressing; they often arise from your inner ear (known as the vestibular system). Sarah has been on many courses to enable her to effectively treat these conditions and enjoys the challenge of improving the wellbeing and quality of life for her clients that suffer from vestibular related conditions.
Sarah has knowledge and experience of