James Donaldson

Venessa Sands
Alexander Technique
Charlotte Rolleston-Smith
Claire Baker
Peter Marlow
Leigh Riley
Clinical Psychologists
Dr David Carter
Dr Gwyn Carter
Dr Elizabeth Croft
Dr Celia Lesquerre
Dr Geraldine Mulleady
Katharine Poole
Counselling and Psychotherapy
Grainne Hashemi

Anne White
Medical Herbalist
Sabrina Biscardi
Dolina Hendry

Paul Marro

Mental Health Nurse
Beverley Chapman
Annie Gill
Caroline Jack
Catherine Clair
Dr Elizabeth Kenyon
Supriya Kale
Chris Williams
Sports Massage
Emily Gayton
The Wellspring Clinic
1 Clanricarde Gardens
Tunbridge Wells
Kent TN1 1PE
01892 676214

Senior Physiotherapist
> Supriya Kale

About Supriya

Supriya completed her Bachelors in physiotherapy in 2009. Since college her interests have been in musculoskeletal and sports therapy. Later she worked with one of the leading Orthopaedic surgeons in India, Dr Niraj vora. In his team she got to treat many post operated patients. Supriya completed an MSc in Physiotherapy (neuromusculoskeletal) in 2014 from Coventry University. During the course she also completed as Extended scope practice as one of her modules. Her treatment protocol usually involves manual therapy techniques like mobilisation, manipulation and soft tissue therapy. She is now expanding her practice to become a leading Physiotherapist in Tunbridge Wells.


Physiotherapy is a fully recognised degree level medical discipline involving in-depth study of anatomy, physiology, neurology, psychology, sociology, biomechanics, rehabilitation and exercise. All Premier Physiotherapists have a minimum 5 years post-graduate experience and undergo continuous professional development training and updating. This equates to a minimum of 8 or 9 years minimum exposure to client contact and training.

What can physiotherapy help with?
What Injuries do we deal with? Anything to do with nerves, muscles, joints, discs or bone, i.e. the whole body.

When can physiotherapy help?
How do we treat them? The practice involves detailed assessment of all neuro-musculoskeletal conditions with the aim to define the cause of pain and symptoms. Once achieved, the use of many different techniques can be utilised including Mobilisation, Manipulation, Neural Dynamics, Muscle rebalancing, Postural re-education Biomechanical analysis, Exercise Therapy, Rehabilitation, Electrotherapy, Acupuncture, Muscle energy techniques, Trigger Points, Deep Tissue release, Traction, Stretching, Propioceptive neuro-muscular facilitation, Resistance training. For example: An office worker who is experiencing Lower Back Pain must not only receive treatment to clear the pain but also adapt their workstation, chair etc. to prevent recurrence.

To book an appointment
please call 020 7687 7600

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