PhysioMotion Limited is a Physiotherapy service based in south-west and central London that provides treatment at a location that is convenient for you. PhysioMotion is based in both Mayfair and Aldersgate Virgin Active Health Centres, but we can also perform effective rehabilitation in your home or place of work.
We can assist with your recovery of musculoskeletal injuries, including sporting and post-surgical rehabilitation. We regularly work with leading consultants in Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Pain management services. Our services are covered by most private healthcare insurers.
Your treatment and rehabilitation from PhysioMotion Limited is a bespoke service, tailored to your personal goals and hobbies, thus ensuring that your recovery allows you to return to normal daily actives and sporting endeavours.
Zoe Birch BSc (Hons) mCSP HCPC
Zoe graduated from Brunel University in 2008 with BSc (Hons) in Chartered Physiotherapy and worked in NHS hospitals and the community, and a private hospital in Hampshire.
Zoe trained to become a physiotherapist because she enjoyed working with people and had a particular interest in the way people moved and studying the transition from everyday to sporting activities. She has a passion for assisting people back to fitness, keep them healthy and making a real difference to her patients’ lives.
Zoe was inspired to found PhysioMotion to provide a first class service with a more personalised approach to her patients’ care. Tailoring treatments to the specific needs of each individual, to their lifestyle and at different stages of recovery allows her to do this. Providing a mobile service alongside her clinics makes this a more efficient process.
Since graduating she has completed and regularly attends a variety of post graduate courses including pilates, spinal manual therapy, acupuncture and hydrotherapy to assist with treating and rehabilitating her patients pre- and post-surgery; and to assist with musculoskeletal and rheumatological problems. Zoe participated from a young age in performance dancing, and now regularly takes part in cycling and running events throughout the year.
Sam Birch BSc (Hons) mCSP HCPC
Sam Birch graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Physiotherapy from Brunel University, London, in 2013. He has since worked in various disciplines and levels of physical rehabilitation including League-level Rugby and Australian Rules Football teams, and as a senior therapist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust. Sam has a special interest in sport-directed Physiotherapy; he has had extensive exposure to sport-related injuries, their pitch-side management and subsequent rehabilitation in a gym based environment. He has successfully rehabilitated high-level individuals, including triathletes and international grade Australian Rules Footballers, to their former competitive levels following a bespoke treatment plan set alongside the athlete.
He regularly attends courses and conferences to remain up to date in the latest research and treatment techniques, often passing this knowledge onto student Physiotherapists whom are assigned to shadow him from various universities, including King’s College London.
In addition to being a keen Physiotherapist, Sam’s hobbies include long-distance competitive cycling. He is currently training for his third consecutive participation in the Prudential Surrey Classic event.