Miss Eszter Lengyelne Jauch
Eszter Qualified as a Physiotherapist at University of Pecs in 2011 in Hungary and moved to the UK in the same year. After moving to England and getting registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, she started volunteering for the Disability Foundation Stanmore. In the meantime she started working full time for a private Osteopath Clinic in London as an MSK physiotherapist.
She has extended her skills by completing postgraduate courses in acupuncture, deep tissue massage, myofascial release, manual lymphatic drainage massage, kinesiology taping and mobilisation of nervous system. In 2017 she joined Spire Thames Valley Hospital and works both in our inpatient and outpatient service. She is interested In Woman’s Health She has completed postgraduate training with POGP in various aspects of women’s health physiotherapy and specialises in the treatment and management of stress urinary incontinence, urinary urgency, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic pain.
Eszter’s treatments combines all techniques that are needed, avoiding focusing only on one area of the body and only on one technique. She always sees the “whole picture” instead of just the painful areas, therefore being able to identify the root of the problems and treat the real cause of them. If needed, she will refer you to a specialist as well.
Courses: 2015 Manual Lymphatic Drainage massage course, 2016 Clinical Whiplash & Neck Pain Course, 2016 Core Stabilisation Course, 2016 Fascial Movement Taping course Fundamental FMT1 and Advanced FMT2 by Rock Tape, 2016 McKenzie method part A, 2016 Mobilisation of the Nervous System with NOI Group, 2016 Soft tissue mobilisation (SSTM) and rehabilitation in the management of muscle and tendon pathology.
Courses 2: 2016 Myofascial Release Course with John Annan, 2017 AACP Foundation Acupuncture course, 2017 Making sense of back pain… Cognitive Functional Therapy with Peter O’Sullivan, 2017 Acupuncture in Woman’s Health, 2017 POGP Physiotherapy assessment and management of female urinary dysfunction, 2018 POGP Understanding pelvic organ prolapse – assessment and conservative management, 2018 Autodecompression therapy (ADT) for discs pathology.
Spire Thames Valley Hospital is only able to provide Covid-19 tests to patients undergoing surgery at our hospital. Covid-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service.
Bsc / University Of Pecs-Hungary / 2011
Bachelor of Science in Physiotherapy