Meet the Team
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Central Health Physiotherapy since 2010,
. She spent ten years working directly alongside London’s leading orthopaedic shoulder consultants as an extended scope practitioner at Imperial NHS Trust. Sharon developed experience in the recognition and management of complex upper limb conditions, including the persistently painful shoulder, shoulder instability, the stiff shoulder, post-traumatic elbow pain and stiffness, and chronic tennis elbow.
Alongside Sharon’s current work in private practice she maintains teaching and research commitments. Sharon spent five years working in a pain clinic in a musculoskeletal role as part of a multidisciplinary team and she also has extensive experience working in the field of sports.
Graduate Diploma Physiotherapy 1988.
Postgraduate musculoskeletal membership exams for the MMACP 1993.
Sharon was awarded the British Elbow and Shoulder Society travelling Fellowship in 2012.
Sharon has a keen interest in politics and sports.
Helen Alsop, BSc MCSP
Qualified University of Teesside 1992.
Helen has built up a wide breadth of experience since qualifying. Her main interest lies in Orthopaedic rehabilitation particularly of the lower limb. She worked with Professor Justin Cobb for a number of years assisting with his research into hips and knees and intervention with regard to replacement surgery.
She worked at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore for a year working with Spinal Injured patients and then spent nearly 10 years at King Edward VII’s Hospital in London working both on the wards and in Outpatients.
Since 2009 she has worked at Sprint Physiotherapy where she continues to enjoy lower limb rehabilitation. More recently she has taken an interest in Women’s Health Physiotherapy.
She takes a holistic approach to treatment believing that each patient has individual needs and should be treated accordingly. She attends courses regularly to keep as well informed as possible regarding evidence based practice.
Helen loves her sport and mainly follows cricket, rugby and tennis.
Fleur Borrelli, Dip cPNI, BSc Nut Med
Fleur is a Nutritional Therapist and a Psycho-neuro-immunology Clinician. She provides Nutritional Therapy from a clinical psycho-neuro-immunology perspective. She views her approach as part preventative part regenerative medicine. It is based on the latest developments in the fields of psychology, neurology and immunology underpinned by nutritional medicine.
Fleur is very involved in weight management and the restoration of optimal health by providing the right environmental conditions that we are genetically designed for. To this end, she has co-written ‘The In-Sync Diet’ with the actress Glynis Barber.
She has also done a lot of work in the field of autoimmune disease, fibromyalgia and gluten intolerance. She recognizes that food contains thousands of healing plant chemicals that can make the difference between health and disease.
Her strong emphasis is on an anti-inflammatory approach and the regulation of blood sugar levels. She believes this will help to stem the tide of chronic lifestyle related illnesses such as chronic fatigue, depression, type II diabetes, cardiovascular disease and neurodegeneration.
Fleur sees clients
at The Pain Exchange.
Chantelle Adams, Admin Support
Following a corporate career, Chantelle re-trained as a Counsellor and now works part time for the Pain Exchange running a therapy group whilst pursuing her Masters degree in Psychotherapy at Metanoia Institute.
She is a mother of two, who loves to run and bake with her children.
Leidy Moreno, Art Teacher
Leidy has recently taken over the role of leading the art group. She is in her second term and the art group continue to flourish and express their creative talents.