Eva Hadjidemetri Chartered Physiotherapist M.Sc. HPC CSP ACP
I qualified as a physiotherapist in 1980 and gained a Masters in Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation at the Academy of Physical Education in Warsaw. I developed a passion for paediatrics working in the prestigious Institute of Rehabilitation for Children with Chronic Disabilities, Poland.
Since moving to the UK in 1986, I have attended numerous postgraduate training courses in manual therapy, gaining extensive knowledge of Maitland, Cyriax, McKenzie and Neurodynamics.
I am an active member of the AACP (Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists)
I have over 30 years of experience in treating a wide range of muscle-skeletal conditions, and since 2014 I have also been treating visceral adhesions.
I work within an extensive network of outstanding surgeons, consultants, general practitioners , podiatrists and naturopaths in London.
I have been working closely with a Gainesville Clear Passage Clinic in the USA and regularly attended international symposiums in FSM.
My special interest is Hypermobility Syndrome in paediatrics and adolescence.
I use many modalities in my treatments, such as mobilisations, manipulations, connective tissues massage, muscle energy techniques, Bowen, and acupuncture and create exercise programmes tailored to each patient’s needs.
In 2013, I trained and certified in a unique method treating visceral adhesions in Gainesville, Florida, USA. Since then, I have been seeing patients from all over Europe, Middle and Far East treating small bowel obstructions, infertility due to blockage in Fallopian tubes and chronic pain due to visceral adhesions.
Since 2014, I have attended numerous courses in FSM (Frequency Specific Microcurrent) and finished it with an Instructor degree.
FSM is a gentle but powerful method of treating the body on a cellular level using a phenomenon of body bio-resonance.
This method can be used in infinite medical pathologies.
I enjoy the clinical side of my job as well as the managerial side and the ability to use my creative skills. The new model of leadership, which allows one to empower and inspire colleagues, has been a topic that has often been on my mind.
Over the course of my working years, I have been looking for ways to enhance my knowledge in order to benefit my patients and colleague practitioners and our loyal staff.
Publications: The BMA guide to Back Care Preventing, Diagnosing And Treating Back And Neck Conditions
MSc HCPC MCSP AACP APCP
Clear Passage Practitioner
FSM Practitioner and Instructor