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Mr Anthony Padgett is a chartered musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Before going into private practice at Sloane Square Clinic, he garnered a multitude of specialist expertise as a health professional. He qualified from Kings College Hospital as a physiotherapist in 1987 and then undertook postgraduate courses in orthopaedic medicine. He went on to work at the NHS after becoming a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
“I want to run a clinic that treats people in the same way that I want to be treated: by a passionate team that cares and delivers excellent medical service…”
Mr Padgett also spent four years treating some of the world’s greatest athletes at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre and has lectured for the M.Sc. Sports medicine course at the London Hospital. His belief is that clinical treatment should be void of any elitism and his medical approach works in direct correlation with this philosophy.
His outside interests span many spheres and include being a co-founder of the charity, Ordinary to Extraordinary, which he set up with his wife in 2007 raising money for chronicaly ill and terminally ill children. To date they have raised over £1.1 million and in the process have got hundreds of people working outside there comfort zone to experience life in a way they may never have done with out the drive to raise money. Added to this, Mr Padgett is also the designer of ‘Aerocise’, a series of exercises that prevents health issues in long-haul travellers.