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Our Physiotherapy Team

Rose Smith Physiotherapist Back to Health

Rose Smith, RPT

Rose is a Registered Physiotherapist from South Africa, graduating cum laude with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in 2008. She has worked for the Department of Health in South Africa as well as in the private sector.

Rose has a special interest in Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and has had the opportunity to work with some South African national sporting teams. She treats numerous conditions including neck and back pain, headaches, sprain/strains, musculoskeletal injuries, soft tissue injuries, sports injuries and pregnancy related problems. She has a very hands-on approach to treatment, utilizing various manual therapy techniques including dry needling.

Rose aims to promote, sustain and restore maximum, painfree functional ability.

Jessica Webb Physiotherapist Back to Health

Jessica Webb, RPT

Jessica has over 12 years experience as a Chartered Physiotherapist and in that time has gained a wealth of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal experience. She graduated in the UK and worked in both busy NHS teaching hospitals and the private sector.

Jessica has extensive experience in treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries from postural- related issues including low back pain and neck pain to sports injuries including muscle and ligament strains and sprains, plus post operative orthopaedic rehabilitation.

Jessica has extensive training in manual lymphatic drainage which helps to manage and improve lymphedema. She also works closely with the Cayman Island Breast Cancer Foundation.

She has developed her interests in acupuncture and pilates, encorporating these wit‚Äčh her manual skills to provide patients with an optimal treatment program enabling their transition back to full, pain-free function.

Sandeep Kumar Physiotherapist Back to Health

Sandeep Kumar, DPT

Sandeep secured his Physiotherapy education from India, and completed his Masters from the UK. He has more than 13 years of experience as a Physio and specializes in manual therapy, customized exercise prescription, and gait and posture reeducation. He has treated a wide variety of cases, mostly Orthopaedic and Neurological in nature, such as Repetitive Stress Injuries, osteoarthritis, spondylitis, frozen shoulder, sports injuries, stroke rehab, and rotator cuff injuries.

Sandeep is a new addition to our team of dedicated Physios at the World Gym location, and he will be available from Monday through Saturday for consultation and treatment. 

Lily Scarrow Physiotherapist at Back to Health

Lily Scarrow, RPT

Lily is a Registered Physiotherapist who has both trained and worked in the UK. She specializes in musculoskeletal physiotherapy where she has worked in the fast paced NHS and private sector. Lily treats a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including professional and recreational level sporting injuries, chronic back pain and post operative orthopaedic related issues.

Lily additionally has an interest in women's health Physiotherapy, including the assessment and treatment of ante and post natal musculoskeletal problems. She is able to treat a range of women's health conditions without using an internal examination process.

Lily aims to achieve full, pain free function with her patients and as a fully qualified Sports Massage Therapist and Personal Trainer she is able to utilise these skills when providing manual therapy and when prescribing exercises.

What is Physiotherapy?

The goal of physical therapy (PT) or physiotherapy is to improve mobility, restore function, reduce pain, and prevent further injury by using a variety of methods, including exercises, stretches, traction, electrical stimulation, and massage. Special tools are used, such as hot or cold packs, crutches, braces, treadmills, prosthetics, compression vests, computer-assisted feedback, lasers, and ultrasound. Patients range in age from newborns to the elderly.

Physiotherapy is commonly used for musculoskeletal injuries, joint pain or disorders, low back pain, cerebral palsy, and rehabilitation after injury or surgery, including heart surgery or mastectomy.