James Lee-Barrett BSc(Hons) AACP MCSP & Associates
The aim of Physiotherapy is to assess, maintain or improve functional ability.
Problems commonly treated by Physiotherapists are;
Joint Pain and Stiffness
Muscle Strains and Tears
Low Back Pain (LBP)
Herniated disc (Slipped disc)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Vertigo (Dizziness brought on by movement)
Post-surgical rehabilitation (e.g. Knee/Hip replacement)
James specialises in Knee injuries and Spinal problems including Low Back Pain, Sciatica and Whiplash.
James Lee-Barrett is a self-employed Physiotherapist who works from home in a purpose built clinic. James trained for 3 years at the University of Hertfordshire and undertook 1000 hours of hands-on Clinical Placement. James is qualified in the use of Acupuncture and the use of Ostepathic techniques, and is also a registered Kenisiotape Practitioner.
James works with a variety of clients including the young, the elderly and local sports clubs (football, badminton & running clubs), as well as Professional Athletes and Elite youngsters at Ipswich Town Football Club.
He is a health professional accredited by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council. James is also registered with the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
James has experience in Outpatients, Neurological Rehabilitation, Orthopaedics, Elderly Care, Intermediate Care, Surgical Respiratory and Medical Respiratory.
James enjoys spending time with his young family, keeping fit and competing in Triathlon.
Mon-Fri All day
Address: (click for map)
154 Colchester Road
(01473) 718552 (mon-fri 845-1745)
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The RPC is located in a purpose-built therapy suit situated on the outskirts of Ipswich, down the road from Ipswich Hospital, at 154 Colchester Road. (Previously 249 Humber Doucy Lane). Providing Physiotherapy Treatment for Ipswich and the surrounding areas.
All Physiotherapists at RPC are Chartered and registered with the Health Professions Council
The clinic is easily accessible down the drive of the house. There is plenty of off-road parking, please park to allow enough space for others.
Mark qualified in 2005 from the University of London with an Physiotherapy honours degree. Mark currently works in private clinics in Bury St Edmunds, Stowmarket and at the Rushmere Physiotherapy Clinic.
With a wealth of experience Mark enjoys treating all conditions.
Mark is a qualified acupuncturist and has a special interest in manual therapy. Away from work Mark enjoys running and strength training.
Kimberley qualified from the University of Essex in 2013 with a BSc in Physiotherapy.
She has experience in many NHS areas including cardiac, respiratory, oncology and haematology, care of the elderly, stroke, trauma and orthopaedics, women’s health, musculoskeletal outpatients and cardiac rehabilitation.
In addition to this Kimberley provides physiotherapy to the ITFC academy team, and has completed the FA Intermediate First Aid for Sport Course.
Additional qualifications include a Diploma in Sports massage, and Acupuncture.
Andrew Bannan qualified as a physiotherapist in 2000 and has gained a wealth of clinical experience most notably at multi sports events such as the Olympics, Paralympics, Commonwealth and European Olympic Games.
Andrew combines his clinical work with a lecturing role at The University of Essex. He has extensive experience working with rugby at Bury St Edmunds RUFC, Academy football at Ipswich Town FC and with runners, cyclists and triathletes as well as professional dancers and performers.
Andrew keeps fit mainly by running but also enjoys cycling and has completed several triathlons up to Olympic distance.
Ryan qualified in 2005 in the Philippines and started working in the UK in 2007. His physiotherapy career started with neurological rehabilitation then moved to elderly community physiotherapy and now in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Ryan is trained to practice Acupuncture, kinesiotaping, Return to work assessment, and Functional capacity assessment. He splits his working week as a Clinical Case Manager for a private independent clinical company and as a private physiotherapist in Rushmere physiotherapy clinic. His special interests are treating various sports-related injuries, persistent lower back pain, and Whiplash associated disorders.
In his spare time, Ryan enjoys his gym workouts, running, and spending time with his family.