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In July 2019 I I had a problem getting up from a sitting position in a chair. I made an appointment to visit the Physiotherapist Suegnet Meyer. My husband was already consulting Suegnet with a back problem. She took one look at my knee and noted that I had an acute valgus of my right knee. This is the right knee is tilted towards the left and the leg from the knee to the ankle is at a right angle. She suggested that I have an MRI scan and then take it to the renowned knee consultant.
In the meant time I was given exercises to strengthen my quads (thigh muscles). They were really challenging. We also purchased an exercise bike for home. I worked very hard at the exercises everyday. I went for a consultation with Mr Trikha who recommended a Total knee Replacement.
Suegnet recommended that after the operation I went to The Claverdel rehabilitation convalescence in Guildford for two weeks. The amount of pre-operation exercises that I did proved their worth. I was mobile and benefitted fully from the Claverdel rehabilitation sessions. I am now 6 weeks since the operation. I am continuing my rehabilitation with Suegnet. No longer using crutches I am now looking forward with confidence to an exciting future free from pain, looking good with two lovely
straight knees!

CW – Total Knee replacement

Two months out from my latest marathon, a recurring hamstring strain put my participation in doubt. I sought Suegnet’s help and have found it invaluable. I have not only successfully completed the marathon but have now have embraced a substantial change in my training to prevent future injury and also to improve my times. Suegnet changed my mindset in relation to the importance of strength and conditioning, core and stretching. Whilst I knew previously that these are important, I neglected them as too impractical/time consuming. Suegnet has broken down these barriers for me and worked with me to establish a practical & prioritised approach to my rehabilitation and future development, which works well with my lifestyle (‘spare time poor’ as I have a young family) and I am extremely grateful for this.

Graham – Marathon runner

Suegnet is absolutely brilliant and have made a huge difference to my quality of life. And, I much enjoy her company at the same time! She is much more than what I think of as a Physiotherapist – with your huge knowledge of medications, various treatments and maintenance and keeping me on the straight and narrow! Suegnet is much appreciated by many of us. Looking forward to my next visit!

Harriet – Weybridge

Not only is Suegnet completely knowlegable and skilled in her work (she has treated me successful with two separate injuries) but she is extremely helpful, supportive and positive. I always leave my appointments with a smile of my face and the certainty that I have received the best treatment and advice. I have no hesitation in recommending her, and her business, not only for their clinical expertise, but for the excellence of their personal service.

Sue from Walton-on-Thames

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Diagnostic Ultrasound Scans & Guided Injections

We are proud to announce that we are now equipped to perform musculoskeletal diagnostical ultrasound scanning during the physiotherapy assessments in the clinic. The scanning will be performed as part of the assessment and is currently included in the treatment tariff.

MSK Assessment using diagnostic ultrasound

How does Diagnostic Ultrasound work?

Diagnostic Ultrasound in musculoskeletal and sports medicine is used to identify more objectively where pathology is located. To perform a Diagnostic Ultrasound, ultrasound waves are produced by a transducer or probe. The probe is placed on the patient. Non-audible sound waves are then emitted into the body-region that is being assessed. Acoustic properties are then sent back to the probe and transferred into electrical energy that are analyzed by the ultrasound equipment, to produce an ultrasound image.

What are the Advantages of using Diagnostic Ultrasound ?

  • Soft tissue structure can be assessed non-invasively up to a depth 4-6 cm.
  • Safety first! No damaging radiation as compared to other imaging modalities for instance X-ray imaging.
  • Easy comparison can be made to the opposite side to determine what is normal and abnormal.
  • Immediate ‘Real-time’ dynamic assessment of movement to determine where the pain or pathology is located. This is not possible on MRI!
  • To measure progress during rehabilitation and the healing response.
  • Safer and objective decision making when to return to sport after injury.
  • Doppler signalling to establish changes in vascularisation that indicated inflammation. This is not visible on MRI!
  • Children can safely be assessed.
  • Avoid other unnecessary and costly imaging modalities.
  • Proactive approach to manage sports injuries.
  • Rapid accurate diagnosis can be established to avoid unnecessary time wasted, where conservative treatment is not indicated and onwards referral is warranted.

Sonography Training:

Diagnostic Ultrasound is a specialised radiological assessment modality that requires extensive training and experience. Sonography is not a protected title and can be performed by any practitioner. To ensure quality patient care, I have joined Brunel University and currently completing a CASE-approved post-graduate Sonography course. To optimise my diagnostic skills, I am receiving ongoing mentoring and guidance from an MSK consultant radiologist with the aim is to complete and report over 250 scans.

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Scans are performed with a GE Next Gen Logiq E machine in the clinic.

Examples of MSK Cases performed in clinic:

All images are used with permission from Meyer & Associates patients.

Achilles tendinopathy:

A mid-portion tendinopathy of the Achiiles tendon is evident.
Hypervascularisation due to the tendinopathic changes on power Doppler signalling.

Tennis Elbow /Lateral epicondylitis:

Plantar Fasciitis :

Shoulder Images:

Subscapularis
Supraspinatus
Long Head of Biceps tenosynovitis
Sub-deltoid bursal thickening

Gluteal tendinopathy and Greater Trochanteric bursitis

Lateral Hip – Gluteal tendinopathy and Greater Trochanteric bursitis

Thumb Osteoarthiritis

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