Sally WatersChartered Physiotherapist

Sally is a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 30 years experience since qualifying from St Thomas’s Hospital. She has worked both in the NHS and the private sector and has been at Ethos since 2009.

Sally has been trained by the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists which means that in addition to her undergraduate training she has undertaken extensive specialised post graduate training in neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She is therefore a specialist in examination, diagnosis, manual therapy (hands-on) treatment and management of people with neuromusculoskeletal problems. These include sports injuries, any joint, muscle, tendon or ligament problem acute or chronic and especially back and neck pain.

In the past, she has been employed as a Senior Physiotherapist at Charing Cross Hospital and the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. Since 1992 she headed up the Physiotherapy service at the Imperial College Health Centre where she worked alongside the Consultant for Arsenal FC. There she treated Imperial College staff and students and also worked for the Royal College of Music. She has lectured in College on Manual Handling, back/neck care, workstation advice and sports injury management. She has been appointed as a Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme (TASS) Physio and has worked extensively with the Sport Scholars at Imperial.

Privately Sally has worked at the Harley Street Clinic and the Royal Ballet School. She acted as a consultant to the English National Ballet, treating the dancers and carrying out orthopaedic assessments. Sally is registered with all major healthcare insurers. Please check with your insurer that they will authorise treatment.

Initial consultation
Standard rate: 
Imperial Staff: £65.00
Imperial Students: £55.00

Follow up
Standard rate: £50.00 
Imperial Staff: £45.00 
Imperial Students: £40.00

Sally is available on Monday and Friday from 10.00 - 16.30. To book a session with Sally, please call 07747 056 761 or email

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