Our Team

Qualified physiotherapists in
Laleham and Staines

The experienced physiotherapists at Laleham and Staines Physio can help you recover from a range of sporting injuries and accidents.

Rely on our experience and expertise

When you are recovering from a sports injury, take help from experienced professionals. We will carry out a full assessment of your condition, and then suggest the best treatment for your condition. We will deal with all cases effectively and ensure you are back on your feet in no time. At Laleham and Staines Physio, we have a very comfortable and caring environment, so as to make your experience with us that much better.
Physiotherapy
David barton

David Barton
PGDHSc (Manip) BHSc (Physio) MCSP

Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists
Member of Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics
Member of The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice

David Barton has an outstanding reputation and is the head of our physiotherapy centre. He trained in New Zealand after completing a 4 year degree in Auckland in 1995. He has since specialised solely in private practice physiotherapy within the musculoskeletal field. A keen sportsman himself David has worked with a number of sportsmen, and he specialises in sports injuries. 
Denis Murphy

Denis Murphy 
MCSP

Denis Murphy qualified from Keele University as a Chartered Physiotherapist and has years of experience treating musculoskeletal disorders in NHS, sport and private practice settings. He is registered with the Health Professions Council (PH 90835), Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the ACPSM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine). Denis specialises in running related injuries, neck/shoulder conditions and chronic lower back pain. Regular clients include anyone from the avid weekend runner to the elite Olympic marathon athlete. Denis is trained in the use of medical acupuncture, spinal manipulation and the application of Kinesio tape. In addition to this, a functional movement based approach is used to assess and treat many clients before their return to sporting activity.
Michelle Bradbury

Michelle Bradbury

Michelle trained at Kingston College in 1999 gaining ITEC qualifications in Massage, Indian Head Massage and Aromatherapy. Since qualifying Michelle has taught massage, worked in both Salons as well as setting up her own massage business. Her expertise lies in Deep Tissue Massage along with blending aromatherapy oils to gain the best benefit for her clients.


Looking for experienced physiotherapists?
Get in touch with Laleham and Staines Physio on 01784 817 812

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