For over 25 years the physiotherapists in the Juliet Moss and Associates Physiotherapy Clinic have been committed to delivering an excellent and caring service. The team ethos is of helping healing through education, encouragement and enablement.
The South London based team also specialise in pilates and rehabilitation after surgery or injury.
Juliet has gathered a dedicated and highly skilled team of senior physiotherapists with additional qualifications in sports injuries, rehabilitation, acupuncture, women’s health, chest physiotherapy, paediatrics, biomechanics and research.
We offer appointments from…
7.30 am to 8.00 pm, Monday to Thursday
7.30 am to 5.00 pm on Friday
Ring 0208 675 5633 for an appointment.
Juliet Moss (MCSP SRP Dip Manip Th Dip MDT) qualified in New Zealand in 1976. She went on to gain a Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 1980 and to train in acupuncture in 1981 in Sydney.Juliet moved to London in 1983 and took a Diploma in Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy in 1985. A founding member of the McKenzie Institute, she has taught Spinal Mechanical Therapies in the UK and Europe. Juliet specialises in chronic pain, women’s health, child and adolescent mechanical pain and sports injuries. She is currently teaching the physiotherapy component of a new parents’ course at the Thurleigh Road Practice.
Jennifer Dennis qualified as a Physiotherapist in New York State in 1991, then doing a Masters in Applied Physiology. Since moving to London in 1993 she has worked in medical/surgical rehabilitation and community care.
Jenny qualified as a Pilates Instructor with APPI in 2003 and runs local pilates classes.
Her main interests and expertise are Clinical Pilates, core stability with low back and pre and post natal pain, women’s health and community assessment.
Claire Hahn graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2003. Since then she has completed a one year post-graduate course in orthopaedic rehabilitation therapy and has worked in private practice, treating both acute sports injuries as well as chronic problems brought about by bad work postures.
Claire is an avid runner herself and has therefore found this to be an area of interest in terms of treatment and rehabilitation. Claire has also completed her full APPI Pilates certification and enjoys using pilates as a great addition to manual therapy.
Victoria has been working in private practice since graduating from her physiotherapy degree in New Zealand in 2000. She is a “hands on” practitioner with a caring approach, who has built up a wealth of experience in treating musculoskeletal conditions, post surgery rehabilitation, postural dysfunction, sports injuries, headaches and acupuncture. She has always had a passion for working in healthcare and well being, and enjoys helping each patient achieve their goals and full potential.
When not working, Vicki likes to spend her time walking, sailing, practising pilates and travelling.