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Mrs Kate Robertson

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Written by a private patient at ProPhysiotherapy
14th January 2021


Kate is excellent! Gives great advice and will always accommodate you.

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Written by a private patient at ProPhysiotherapy
23rd December 2020


Kate listened carefully, provided a clear initial diagnosis and gave me great advice on how to resolve the problem. She has been quick to respond to emails and co-ordinates effectively with the specialist treating my injury. I am incredibly impressed by her care and professionalism.

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Written by a private patient at ProPhysiotherapy
18th November 2020


I can't recommend Kate highly enough. Kate listens, provides a safe and friendly environment, and genuinely seems to care about helping you recover. She has treated me with massage, exercises, acupuncture, ultrasound therapy and helped refer to a specialist consultant when required. I've been treated for a couple of things now and travel from the other side of London to be treated by Kate when I need help.

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Written by a private patient at ProPhysiotherapy
3rd October 2020


Mrs Kate Robertson is excellent, she listens attentively and is very kind and thoughtful and if you are in pain and needs physio quickly she will do her best to accommodate you. I strongly recommend her.

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Profile

Kate achieved a distinction in her Physiotherapy Masters in Sports Injury and Therapy from Manchester Metropolitan University. She works closely with the orthopaedic consultants at St.George’s Hospital, London, as well as having a special interest in lower limb rehabilitation and biomechanics. She has over 18 years experience in treating patients. www.prophysiotherapy.co.uk

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