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ANDREW completed his physiotherapy training in the Army & then served in the Royal Army Medical Corps. During this time he found himself working in the two Rehabilitation Units that the Armed Services had at that time (RAF Chessington & RAF Headley Court), in the Falkland Islands as the sole physiotherapist on the Islands, in Military Hospitals as well as at busy Army Training establishments (notably with the Parachute Regiment & with the Guards). 
On leaving the Army Andrew went into Private Practice establishing The Clere Physiotherapy Clinic. Having always been a keen sportsman he quickly became a playing member of Newbury RFC (going on to become 1st Team Captain) & began offering his services as a physiotherapist. When he stopped playing rugby he continued in his role as club physiotherapist, going on to complete 14 years in that position. This only stopped when he took on the role as the 1st Team manager. 
During all of this time Andrew has gained a great deal of knowledge & experience in treating musculo-skeletal injuries & especially those related to sports injuries. This knowledge & experience was complemented by the completion of a Diploma in Academic & Practical Physiotherapy in Sport in 1992. 
LYNNE completed her training at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington. Following her qualification she had two spells working at Basingstoke District Hospital (now called North Hampshire Hospital), initially as a Junior Physiotherapist but also became a Senior 1 physiotherapist responsible for respiratory care which included working on the Intensive Care Ward. 
Inbetween these two spells she also worked at Kingston General Hospital as a Senior Physiotherapist working in Out-Patients. In recent years Lynne has built an excellent relationship with many of the local Nursing Homes & if required goes into the homes to see patients who need help with mobility issues. A similar service can be arranged for patients requiring treatment in their own homes.  
Lynne is also responsible for the massage therapy offered by the Clinic. Massage can be used as a treatment modality in relieving symptoms or as a preventative modality in reducing muscle tension or tightness before they become problematic. 
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