About Hillside Physiotherapy
Kooi Westgeest-Teoh Chartered physiotherapist graduated from Bachelor of Applied Science in Physiotherapy at Cumberland College of Health Sciences (Sydney University) in 1989. Since graduation, she worked in Australia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia and UK.
In Australia, Kooi consolidated her clinical training thoroughly in a wide array of settings ranging from intensive care unit and fracture clinics in hospitals to schools, and community.
She returned to her native soil Malaysia where she set up and run a physiotherapy department in a 160 bed private hospital treating the infants to the elderly in hospital wards and outpatients.
Kooi then joined a military hospital in Saudi Arabia during the Desert Storm where she treated many war victims such as injured soldiers and civilians.
After that, returned to Malaysia again where she and her husband successfully established another physiotherapy department in a 200 bed private hospital. She co-founded the National Stroke Support Group.
Kooi and her family relocated to UK in 1997 where she has been practicing in all settings in NHS and private works.
In 2004, she gained a postgraduate diploma in Acupuncture from Coventry University.
She began her private practice at Hillside Physiotherapy and Sports injury which is a striving practice with thousands of patients undergone her caring hands.
Kooi has special interest in treatment of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems. With her advance training in acupuncture both medical and traditional Chinese medicines, Kooi succeeded in integrating Eastern principles into Western physiotherapy. This culminating in a holistic and the most unique approach to well being.
My name is Sheli Sacker, I am a chartered physiotherapist and qualified from the Manchester Metropolitan University with a BSc (Hons) in 2007.
I worked in the NHS for over 5 years in the Royal Free Hospital in London, completing rotations in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic and trauma, respiratory and intensive care, neurology and health care for the elderly, before developing a passion for paediatrics and specialising in the brand new Manchester Children’s Hospital in intensive care and children’s outpatient departments.
I became a senior in paediatric Neurosurgery in King’s College Hospital, before returning back to the Royal Free to work in the Private Patients sector and continue my skills in musculoskeletal disorders, sports injuries and rehabilitation.
I have completed a foundation Masters level course in medical acupuncture and integrated it in treatment with great success.
I was the physiotherapist in charged and a member of the medical team for the 2009 Maccabiah games for the youth Great British team.
I believe in a holistic approach to rehabilitation and healing which makes physiotherapy appropriate in all areas of medicine.
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