Romyna Menéndez

PT CSP HCPC, GT certified and Feldenkrais practitioner

Romyna practices physiotherapy, Feldenkrais, sports massage, deep tissue, seated acupressure, Meziers 1,11, K-taping, tecartherapy.

A multi-talented therapist, Romyna works full-time for the NHS, but Hands On is lucky enough to have her three Saturdays a month. She arrived in the UK a few years ago leaving a highly distinguished position of principle therapist to one of Italy's most famous surgeons in Rome, Dr Giuseppe Constanzo.

On top of physiotherapy, Romyna is a master of the Feldenkrais Method®. This is a popular treatment in some countries and growing in the UK. It uses gentle movement and directed attention to improve movement and enhance human functioning.

Romyna is very well qualified to help loosen stiffening bodies and those recovering from chronic injury,  including conditions like, RSI, chronic back and neck pain, sciatica, senile dementia, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, post-stroke rehabilitation, joint replacement rehabilitation, spinal injury, cerebral palsy, sports injury and tendinitis… Phew! 

See our Treatments section for more information on the Feldenkrais Method® and physiotherapy.

 

Booking

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Romyna works:

Saturdays 09:00 - 18:00 (3 per month)

 

Treatments:

Feldenkrais

Sports Massage

Deep Tissue

Physiotherapy

Seated Acupressure


 
Beyond excellent - she helps every bit of your body - I cannot recommend her enough as a gentle effective treatment.
Romyna’s treatment after both knee operations has been fantastic. The improvement to full usage of the knees has been persistent and consistent.
Another fantastic session with Romyna. My back has been so much better by coming here. So glad I’ve finally found someone who makes me feel so much better after trying so many other treatments.
 

Romyna helped me to update my orthopaedic soles and to make a capital discovery: l don’t know how to walk! After years of thinking my ankles were unstable, it seems to be a mechanical confusion!