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Our Practitioners

Our Doctors

Dr Ed Hatley
Dr Hatley is the Chief Clinical Adviser at Qured. He has been practicing medicine for nearly 20 years primarily as a GP. Ed is a GP partner and also runs a successful surgery based in Harley Street.
Dr Caroline Bibby
Dr Caroline Bibby is a hospital doctor and completed her training in Liverpool in 2012. She has since worked in central London and at Hillingdon Hospital, where she continues to locum in Accident and Emergency.
Dr Tom Kaier
Dr Tom Kaier is an experienced hospital doctor in general medicine. He has a particular interest in cardiology and is researching a new blood test to transform the way heart attacks are diagnosed.
Dr Safina Dewan
Dr Safina Dewan completed her medical training at St George's University of London in 2011. She enjoys working as a private GP in West London. In her free time, Safina loves to ski.
Dr Kpakpo Acquaye
Dr Kpakpo Acquaye qualified from University College London in 2005. He has worked as a specialty doctor in emergency medicine across London and the South East since 2009, and starred in the first season of Channel 4's '24 Hours in A&E'. He has a special interest in trauma and treatment for minor injuries.
Dr Richard Sykes
Dr Richard Sykes is a hospital doctor working at St. George's Hospital in general medicine. He was trained at Oxford University and Imperial College in a wide range of specialisms, as well as in community general practice.
Dr Alexandra Woodward
Dr Alexandra Woodward completed her training in London in 2013. She now works in a GP surgery in South London, alongside working for a London hospice. Alexandra has a particular interest in palliative care and psychiatry.
Dr Hajra Ashraf
Dr Hajra Ashraf trained in London, qualifying in 2013 and has worked extensively in A&E in West London ever since. She has a keen interest in medical aesthetics work and has completed her training in this.
Dr Waseem Hameed
Dr Waseem Hameed graduated in 2013 from Barts and the London Medical school and has been working in the NHS ever since as a specialist registrar. He joins us with a wealth of experience in managing acute ailments, and is one of our most busiest doctors.

Our Physiotherapists

Trudy Wood
Trudy is a qualified physiotherapist and has worked both for the NHS and privately. She trained at Imperial College NHS before specialising in musculoskeletal medicine. She is our Head of Physiotherapy at Qured, looking after the team of therapists.
Mark Wilkinson
Mark qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2009 from Coventry University. Mark has completed multiple courses to learn new skills including Acupuncture, Anatomy in Motion, Neurokinetic Therapy and Body Mind Workers. Mark combines clinic hours in his own private practice with home visits for Qured.
Danny Keohane
Danny is a Current Specialist Musculoskeletal practitioner working for the Royal Marsden Community Services. He has experience in the assessment and treatment of complex disorders of the neuromusculoskeletal system and interest in promoting long term health and well-being through movement and exercise.
Derrick Ho
Derrick is a Specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 4 years’ experience in the NHS, private sector and sport. He gained his Physiotherapy BSc (Hons) from St George’s University and has extensive knowledge in managing musculoskeletal problems, orthopaedic fractures and soft tissue injuries.
Abu Ambia
Abu qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from St George’s University of London in 2009. He has worked within the NHS and private sectors – specialising in Musculoskeletal Medicine, Orthopaedics, Elderly and Dementia Care.
Maninder Vaid
Mani has 17 years of physiotherapy experience and has expertise in elderly care, musculoskeletal conditions, elective and trauma orthopaedics, falls, oncology, palliative care and neuro-rehabilitation. Mani is a trained Dementia specialist and possess excellent knowledge about the condition including the techniques to engage with patients. Her approach is holistic thus, treating patient as a whole to achieve optimal health.
Marco Foti
Marco is a chartered physiotherapist who has treated a wide variety of musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory conditions. He qualified in 2013 from St George’s University of London and has worked in both NHS and private sector. People say of Marco that he is committed, dedicated and a good listener.
Vinoth Ketheeswaran
Vinoth is a senior musculoskeletal specialist who works in the NHS and privately. Vinoth has a wealth of experience having previously worked at the biggest NHS trust in England, Barts Health. He has worked in elderly care, community rehabilitation, intensive care, acute assessment units and orthopaedics before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.