Provides physiotherapy, massage therapy and acupuncture. Specialist in dance medicine, musicians’ musculoskeletal related injuries, and professional voice users with laryngeal tension and voice problems. Part of the team at Complete Physio.
Isaak Tyros is a highly trained physiotherapist specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, a researcher and a member of faculty at the University of Birmingham where he teaches full-time in the Physiotherapy department. He is a semi-professional musician (bass guitarist) who treats musicians and dancers regularly.
Jenny Nash is a performing arts specialist physiotherapist. She has always had an interest in acute musculoskeletal injury management, and also provides specialist vocal physiotherapy and acupuncture. She has extensive experience helping all kinds of performing artists at PhysioEd Medical in Belsize Park.
Jenny also has a background in music and enjoys working with singers and professional voice users in assisting them to achieve optimal vocal health. Outside of work Jenny enjoys singing/songwriting, running and horse riding.
Katy Chambers is a highly experienced Physiotherapist with a holistic approach to working with performing arts professionals. Katy supports clients with a broad range of conditions, working with performers, elite athletes and the general population. Katy’s areas of specialism include hypermobility spectrum conditions, temperomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction, cervicogenic headaches and biomechanical analysis for dance, physical performance, sporting and day to day activities.
With a focus on pain management, reduction of dysfunction and optimising of performance, physiotherapy treatment may include:
Tailored Exercise Prescription
Katy has worked with many performing artists and is a specialist within the field. She works with Trinity Laban Conservatoire – as part of the National Institute for Dance Medicine and Science – and is involved in injury screening and support for further industry developments. She is also listed on the One Dance UK directory, is a member of IADMS and presents regularly at performing arts medicine conferences, including IADMS, ISPS and PAMA.