Avenue Clinic

Avenue Clinic

Avenue Clinic At St Julians Avenue

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The Team at St Julians Avenue

Dimi Argyros

Dimi has over 20 years experience as an Osteopath and is passionate about treating the whole person. She enjoys treating all ages but finds treating babies to be particularly rewarding because the whole family often seems to benefit.

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Gemma Piercey

Gemma is an Osteopath with more than 7 years experience working in the NHS and on Island. She is a keen hockey player and it is her enthusiasm for sport that leads to her interest in treating sports injuries.

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Emeline Muhawenimana

Emeline loves the diversity of each patient and takes a holistic approach to each treatment placing great emphasis on patient education as this is a sure way of achieving and maintaining good health.

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Dan Bihet

As a Guernsey local, Dan enjoys the pace and beauty of Island life; only leaving to further his education in the UK. He completed his Masters Level Osteopathy degree in 2017 from the prestigious British School of Osteopathy in London. This added to his Honours degree in Sports Therapy, where he worked with a number […]

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Jo Vessey

Jo our acupuncturist trained at the University of Westminster in London graduating in 1999 with a BSc in Traditional Chinese medicine: Acupuncture. After qualifying she returned to Guernsey and has been practising at Queens Road Medical Practice for the last 16 years and at Avenue Clinic since it opened 5 years ago.

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Janine Santer

Janine has strong manual skills and a rehabilitation background which means she can contribute to the entire patient journey.  She has worked extensively and collaboratively with some of the leading Orthopaedic and Neuro Surgeons in England and feels privileged to have worked with a wide spectrum of patients across the globe.

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Elaine Strappini

Elaine is a Neurophysiotherapist, she can help people with neurological conditions such as Stroke, MS, Parkinson’s disease and Traumatic Brain Injury move and function more freely.

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Hannah Lord

Hannah has a wealth of knowledge and experience that can help both children and adults who have a respiratory condition such as COPD (emphysema/chronic bronchitis), asthma, chronic cough, unexplained episodes of breathlessness and air hunger, and bronchiectasis, to live well and be more in control of their lung condition.

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Shane Clark

Shane has been practicing on the Island as a Physiotherapist and Pilates instructor for many years and recently retrained to become a Nutritional Therapist .

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Sarah Thackeray

Sarah is our massage therapist and reflexologist. She works in an holistic way, considering each client’s individual needs – physically, emotionally and energetically. She enjoys helping patients to achieve and maintain a balanced physical wellbeing.

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Andrew Shilling

Andrew is a Podiatrist/Chiropodist who promotes preventive foot health care and early intervention wherever possible. He takes the patient’s lifestyle and activities into account and also works with other professionals to help ensure the best treatment plan.

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Sarah Craske

Sarah is a qualified and experienced family, couple and individual Psychotherapist. She sees people with a very wide range of personal, emotional and relationship problems. Sarah practices a number of models including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which is effective for a range of mental health problems including anxiety, depression and employment related stress. (the above is a stock photo and not an actual photo of Sarah).

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Claire de Gruchy

Since 2003, as a Neuro-Developmental Therapist, Claire has been working with children and adults with a range of developmental and learning difficulties, using movement exercise programmes and specialised listening programmes. In April 2010, she qualified as a Health Kinesiology Practitioner and became a Kinesiology Federation Associate and later a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists.

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Zara Betts

Zara graduated as a Speech and Language Therapist from The University of Manchester in 2005. She has experience supporting children aged 0-11 years with a range of difficulties including delayed speech and language skills, social communication difficulties and dysfluency (stammering). Zara likes to take a family centered approach working closely with parents/carers, education and health professionals and she also has a keen interest in providing training to nursery and education staff.

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From the blog...

Skiing/Snowboarding injuries and prevention

Thousands of skiers and snowboards enjoy the snow-sports every year; of these very few prepare for the physical demand these sports place on the body. We take a look at common injuries, their causes and prevention. Free Downloadable skiing/snowboarding preparation programme.

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Winter Feet

Our feet form the foundation for our entire body so it is important to keep them healthy all year round. During the colder winter months feet are generally covered up and out of sight as we try to keep warm with thick socks, slippers and boots. However out of sight should not mean out of […]

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Tummy Time

What is Tummy Time? Placing your baby on their front to play when they are AWAKE and SUPERVISED! Babies should still be placed on their backs to sleep! Importance of Tummy time Provides new sensory experiences, increases physical challenges, and provides much needed relief from constant pressure to the back of the head. It also helps strengthen neck, […]

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Taking Care of Yourself After Childbirth

After you hold your bundle of joy in your hands. It is easy to get carried away taking care of them that you forget to take care of yourself. Remember, only if you are in good health are you able to give your best to your child and family.

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