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Mr Peter Penny

Mr Peter Penny

Physiotherapist
MSc (health sciences), BSc (physiotherapy)

Practising at

Spire Norwich Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Peter Penny at Spire include:

Physiotherapy

Other treatments

Physiotherapy
Acupuncture
Orthotics
Soft-tissue injuries
Sports and exercise medicine
Sports injury diagnosis and rehabilitation
Musculoskeletal disorders including spinal and lower limb injuries Foot and lower limb biomechanics
Gait scanning
Prescription orthotics

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Professional profile

Peter trained in Cardiff and rapidly became interested in musculoskeletal conditions. After working in the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital within the Orthopaedic Department he left to work in New Zealand where he gained invaluable experience working in the private sports injury centre in Hamilton in the North Island with an attached Accident and Emergency Clinic. This centre provided a totally new clinical experience that Peter has brought back to England. Peter has built on his clinical experience by continuing to study at the UEA for his MSc, undergoing post graduate training to provide prescription orthotics and acupuncture.


Clinical Interests

Physiotherapy
Acupuncture
Orthotics

Sports injury diagnosis and rehabilitation Musculoskeletal disorders including spinal and lower limb injuries Foot and lower limb biomechanics Gait scanning Prescription orthotics

Private contact details

Telephone 01603 255 587
Private secretary telephone 01603 255 587
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)
Health Professional Council (HPC)

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Personal Profile

Outside work Peter spends most of his free time with his wife, who is a cancer nurse at the NNUH and his three young boys. In the rare time he has to himself, Peter likes to cycle, play badminton badly and walk with his dog called Sammie.

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