Change of Address

We are moving to Mortlake from 9th July 2018.

Richmond Park Clinic at Suite 112,
Mortlake Business Centre,
Mortlake High Street, SW14 8JN.

We have the same number - 020 8892 1380.


Thank you for your support in East Sheen.
Come and see us in our new Mortlake clinic.

About Us

Cathy Rowlandson established St Margarets Clinic  in 1992  before evolving the business into Richmond Park Clinic in 2015. As a physiotherapist interested in complementary therapies she was keen to provide a holistic service to the wider Richmond community, believing passionately in the concept of integrated medicine to provide choice in health care management.

Physiotherapists

Cathy Rowlandson MCSP

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Cathy qualified as a physiotherapist in 1972 at St. Mary’s Hospital Paddington.

She began her career specialising in treating handicapped children and spent a year doing VSO in Kenya in 1976.

She subsequently became interested in general ‘outpatient’ physiotherapy and sports medicine and began working at Wimbledon during the tennis tournament in 1982 and has been privileged to treat and advise the lady players in the tournament including all the finalists ever since then, and is highly respected by them for her expertise.

Through experience and study she has expanded her scope of practice to include acupuncture, Vega testing, mindbody energy healing and journey work, qualifying as a journey practitioner in 2001.

She treats all her patients as individuals and with her experience often combines these different modalities. Her eclectic approach is popular with those prefering a holistic model and her intuitive sensitivity solves many complex problems.

Alison Hull MCSP

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Alison qualified in 1979 and worked in London teaching hospitals for 7 years to senior level in outpatients at St Marys , Paddington. Since then she has worked with Cathy Rowlandson, being part of the team at the opening of St Margarets clinic.

She has developed her career gaining a qualification in acupuncture in 1994 and is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists.

In 2012 Alison qualified as a Jems certified Rehabilitation Practitioner. Observing particular movement patterns Alison is able to isolate specific areas of weakness or poor movement patterns which can lead to injuries and pain. Correcting these patterns can alleviate pain, improve function and performance and prevent injuries. The carefully chosen exercises will help you to move in the most efficient way whether you are recovering from surgery or returning to sport after injury. 

Mind, body and spirit incorporates the holistic approach of St Margarets clinic and her years of hands–on experience has allowed her to develop an emotional understanding of the body and its influence on our physical problems.

Alison believes physiotherapy has a vital role to play whatever your age or occupation, from athlete to the elderly.

Anne Kan MCSP

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Anne qualified at Kings College Hospital London, remaining in the NHS for 9 years. She worked at 3 major London teaching hospitals including managing the Spinal Outpatient Department at St Marys Hospital Paddington.

She specialised in musculoskeletal and spinal conditions including repetitve strain injuries (RSI). She joined St Margarets Physiotherapy Clinic in 1992 and has also worked at the West London Athletic Stadium and the Vanderbilt Tennis Club.

Anne is a keen runner and has practised yoga for 9 years. She often incorporates her yoga experience and knowledge into her physiotherapy treatment. She believes understanding the mind, body and spirit connection can lead to a more complete rehabilitation.



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