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About Us

Since opening the clinics’ excellent reputation is steadily growing built upon a professional ethos of high quality advice, treatment and rehabilitation for all patients. A strong client base continues to develop from personal recommendations by existing patients and referrals from G.P’s, Doctors and Consultants.

Physiotherapy in Stock has been established and run by Paul Lovewell BSc (Hons) since 2007, the clinic is located in the outskirts of the popular Essex village of Stock, a country location within eight minutes of the A12. The purpose built clinic provides a clean and safe environment with ample off street parking, daytime, evening & Saturday morning appointments are available.

Paul qualified from the University of Hertfordshire (Colchester campus) in 2007 attaining a BSc honours degree (First class) in Physiotherapy and subsequently opened Physiotherapy in Stock the same year, with the aim to provide ‘a complete professional experience for musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and sports Physiotherapy’.

Paul continues to develop his practice skills by regularly attending professional development courses, seminars and conferences, these have included: ACPSEM lower limb injury conference, Podiatric biomechanical assessment, advanced shoulder assessment and treatment and completing a Masters level module in Orthopaedic Medicine.

Paul is a member of following professional organisations and networks

Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP)
Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Society of Musculoskeletal medicine (SOMM)
Association of Chartered Physiotherapist in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM)
Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (Physio First)
Electro-physical Therapy & Diagnostic Ultrasound Network (EPDUN)

“For professional Physiotherapy - You couldn’t be in better hands”

Registered with HPCP and Physiofirst
Recognised by most Health insurance companies

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