Kimberley Hughes has a Masters degree from Essex University in Physiotherapy together with an honours degree in Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation from Kent University. She has a vast knowledge of how the body works and the treatments needed to bring a patient back to full health.
Although Kimberley works with several elite athletes she also spends time treating the weekend warriors, patients injured at work or leisure and those recovering from surgery. She can advise on injury prevention, assess and treat those that do occur, as well as helping with the rehabilitation process. Kimberley trained with APPI (Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute) and is a qualified Pilates teacher who offers individual one to one pilates session.
As a top level athlete and title holder, Kimberley is a 1st Dan and competed in Karate at both national and international level. She was a highly motivated and committed competitor and understands from personal experience the frustration for any athlete when sustaining an injury. Kimberley is a member of both the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and Health & Care Professions Council. She is a physiotherapist at Southend Hospital.
Kimberley works at Cedar Hall Clinic Benfleet.