About our Therapists & Support Staff:

Physiotherapy / Chiropody & Podiatry / Osteopathy / Advanced Skin & Beauty Therapy


Keith Palmer

Chartered Physiotherapist & Practice Principal

Keith qualified as a physiotherapist in 1996 and has been at the Eagle House Physiotherapy Clinic since 1998. He studied at the University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich, before going on to work in the NHS at Colchester and Southend, and in the private sector for BUPA and Nuffield Hospitals. From August 2000 - July 2003 Keith was the full time Physiotherapy Manager at Essex Nuffield Hospital. Since July 2003 he has been working full time at Eagle House Physiotherapy Clinic. Keith took over as Principal of the Practice in January 2006.
Keith's special interests include sports injuries, he is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine and he was the tournament physiotherapist for the Eastern Counties Hockey Association between 1996 to 2001. Keith treats many athletes, dancers and sports men and women from the local athletics and sports clubs. He also has a particular interest in treating neurology and the elderly, which stems from helping in the care of his father who sufferered a severe stroke which led to Keith becoming a physiotherapist. Keith visits a number of local nursing homes to treat their residents or in their own homes if they are unable to get into the clinic. Keith is also qualified in the use of acupuncture and is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists www.aacp.uk.com. Keith is professionally registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) www.csp.org.uk, The Health Professions Council (HPC) www.hpc-uk.org, and The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP) www.physiofirst.org.uk

A keen sportsman himself, Keith has a special interest in athletics where he competes internationally in the Masters age group over 100m, 200m & 400m, and is a level 3 UK Athletics sprints coach at Southend-on-Sea Athletic Club. He also competes at ballroom and Latin American dancing.

Connie Sibona
Chiropodist / Podiatrist

Connie studied Podiatric Medicine at New College Durham, graduating with a BSc (Hons)in 2010.  After graduating she worked for the Nhs where she has gained all round clinical experience diagnosing and treating a variety of foot pathologies. 

Connie worked within the High Risk Diabetic Centres, both in Newcastle and South East Partnership Trust, treating critical care patients.  She also has vast experience in musculoskeletal foot related problems.  She had a private practice in Newcastle before moving to Southend-on-Sea, where she worked with the rugby and cricket teams providing advanced gait analysis.

Areas of speciality include; Sports Injuries, Biomechanics and Gait Analysis, Orthoses, Nail Surgery and Diabetic Foot Complications.

Connie is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists and is HCPC registered.  She continues to work for the Nhs as a Senior Podiatrist and joined Eagle House in August 2016.

Celine Delgrange


I graduated with an Integrative Masters degree from the European school of Osteopathy in 2014. I have always been keen in helping others and having received Osteopathic treatments as a child and following sports injuries, Osteopathy was for me the best filing profession. Since I graduated, I practiced  as Osteopath in Kent for three years in three different Osteopathic clinics. I have now relocated to Southend-On-Sea and have been building my Osteopathic clinic since March 2017.

​As a fully qualified and registered Osteopath, I use osteopathic techniques such as manipulations, articulations, soft tissue massage and stretching, as well as cranial osteopathic treatments, Kinesiology taping and Dry needling in order to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal and health problems with the aim of helping recovery and preventing further occurrences. I provide treatment and care for people of all ages from newborns to the elderly, as well as pregnant women, sports people, athletes, office and manual workers.

I am also a sport and exercise nutritional advisor and offer sport nutrition consultations (See "Sport nutrition" in the menu section)

I can offer consultations in both French and English.

​To satisfy the code of ethics and standards,  I am fully registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOSC) and fully insured with the institute of Osteopathy. By law, I am also committed to continuing professional development.

Madiha Kahokhar


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Madiha is a qualified Osteopath and is registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC) and the Institute of Osteopathy (iO).

She studied Osteopathy in Paris and London, where she completed her Masters in Osteopathy. She feels very lucky for her unique training journey and great exposure, which allowed her to become a highly-skilled osteopath. She can master a great variety of osteopathic techniques, including structural, cranial, fascial and visceral osteopathy. Her treatments are tailored according to her patients' needs. She can offer consultations in English, French or Urdu/Hindi as required. 

Madiha enjoys treating people of all ages and all backgrounds. She gained experience while working in different clinics across Paris and London. She treats elderly, adults, teens and children, and is currently working on expanding her skills in paediatric osteopathy to treat babies soon. 

She has a particular interest in treating women around a special time of their lives - pregnancy. She likes to closely accompany women on this journey, both before and after giving birth.

Generally, she treats a variety of conditions, from low back pain to frozen shoulder or sciatica. But she noticed that recently, neck, shoulder pain and headaches related to work and stress are increasingly common, and she does get great treatment results and feedback.

Madiha thoroughly enjoys being an osteopath, always trying to establish positive relationships with patients, and trying to bring the best possible results. It gives her a sense of contentment when she sees her patients improving and finding health back again. 

Sally Jackson-Robins

Skin Quest Clinic

Harley Street Skin Clinic ( renamed Skin Quest ) was established in 2006 by Sally Jackson-Robins in Leigh on Sea and has recently moved to a tranquil, newly renovated Beauty Aesthetic Clinic within Eagle House.

What distinguishes Skin Quest apart from other larger clinics is the aim to make clients feel that their skin care wishes are listened too and addressed, with a range of treatments and techniques that are trusted and respected within the beauty industry.

Encouraging a fresh modern look at the way we use skincare, Harley Street gives you the freedom to combine and develop together a programme of treatments with your very own signature.

To support the in-salon treatments we use a range of skincare products endorsed by the beauty industry, medical profession and dermatologists. Together we can translate your look, depending on how you feel, the look you desire or even the reaction you want.


Amanda Rogers

Skin Therapist

Joined November 2018
NVQ Level 2 Beauty Therapy
VTCT level 2 Facial Electrotherapy
ITEC Level 3 Body Massage


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