Article from the September edition of the Earlsdon Echo:
Kiran Sharma is the director and owner of Physio and Health matters. Built on its reputation and quality of care, the privately run physiotherapy practice has treatment centres in Balsall common, Ross-On-Wye and Redditch.
A new clinic based in Earlsdon Medical Centre, Moor St., will be an exciting new addition to the growing business. The clinic will be run by Kiran and another experienced physiotherapist, Amy Raye and will be opening in the next few weeks, the opening date will be announced shortly.
Kiran’s experienced practitioners offer a bespoke approach to determine the best possible treatment pathway. Believing in treating the individual with a collaborative approach to restore function, fitness and promote an active, healthy lifestyle.
The team boast an excellent client recovery record and work very closely with local consultants, GP’s and other medical service providers.
Kiran leads from the front, her passion to deliver the very best treatment has recently been recognised by being voted into the final stage of the 2020 Ladies First, Making a Difference Award. Additionally, the practice has been evaluated as being in the “Three Best Rated” physiotherapists in Coventry.
In addition to the expected range of treatments, Physio and Health Matters boast specialist knowledge in the areas of neurological rehabilitation and biomechanical assessment and treatment among many others. It is Kiran’s vision to develop this knowledge both within the practice and beyond by delivering specialist education.
Physio and Health Matters also offer classes – Pilates (which are currently on zoom and proving really popular) and Be Strong, Be Steady which have been specially created, aimed at older adults they help improve balance, stability, and strength..
To get to know more about the treatments and services on offer visit: www.physioandhealthmatters.com
To book an appointment call us on 01676 533106, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org