Physiotherapy in Sketty
Key Therapies
Cheryl is a Chartered & Registered Physiotherapist. She  trained at the Oswestry & North Staffs school of Physiotherapy and has  20 years experience in the NHS and 10 years as a private practitioner.
Her special interest is in Musculo skeletal problems.
Tel: 01792 449822  /  07854 732 716
Tel: 07854 732 716
Chartered Physiotherapist
Registered Craniosacral Therapist
Chartered & Registered Physiotherapist with 20 years experience in the NHS and 10 in private practice. Special interest in all musculo skeletal problems including back & neck pains, sports injuries, sciatica & nerve pains, headaches, joint and muscular pains, fibromyalgia etc.

Cheryl worked for 20 years in the NHS and became a Clinical Specialist and Extended Scope Practitioner alongside the Orthopaedic Surgeons. I use all hands on techniques, including Myofascial release, Positional release, Muscle energy techniques, Acupuncture etc as well as Proprioceptive sports taping and tailored exercises to enhance recovery.

I always look for the source of problem as often this is located away from the actual site of pain and if not treated the problem will continue to reoccur.

Professional & individually tailored treatments in relaxed surroundings.

Why stay in pain when you can do something about it today!

About Me
I  qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1989 at Oswestry and North Staffordshire school of Physiotherapy. I worked in the NHS for 20 years in south wales hospitals.  In 2008 I set up Key Therapies initially renting therapy space but in 2010 I set up my own practice in Sketty and have never looked back. I am able to give clients the time and high level of service they expect. 
In 1996 after travelling around the world I studied the technique of Myofascial Release which in turn led on to a Diploma in Craniosacral Therapy. I combine all the specialist skills of physiotherapy with the soft tissue techniques to enhance my treatments and hence recovery. I also use acupuncture, proprioceptive taping, specific strengthening and mobilising exercises.