Jo Inman (Practice Principal), graduated from the St. Mary’s Hospital School of Physiotherapy in 1990 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and spent 10 years working in the NHS in a variety of settings including large teaching hospitals, G.P. surgeries and community hospitals before establishing the Whitstable Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic in 2000. She has forged strong links with the local G.P’s and orthopaedic surgeons who regularly refer patients to the clinic. Jo believes in a holistic approach with her patients to ensure each patient is treated as an individual. Combining this approach with manual techniques and exercise therapy she aims to enable a successful return to function and sports/hobbies. Her manual therapy skills are complemented by her qualification in Acupuncture gained over 15 years ago.
Kate Clark graduated from The University of Brighton in 2005 with a first class BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Kate completed junior and senior rotations at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. She then relocated home to Kent and is a Paediatric (Neurodisability) Physiotherapist for Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust where she specialises in the assessment and treatment of children of all ages. Kate has been an Associate Physiotherapist at Whitstable Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic since April 2014 and thoroughly enjoys manual therapy and rehabilitation for adults and children with a wide range of injuries and conditions. Specialist skills include a previous background in dance, APPI Pilates Instructor, Bobath trained therapist, hydrotherapy and acupuncture. She regularly updates her clinical skills by attending courses and conferences.