Who we are

h2o physio, based at Teddington Hydrotherapy Pool, was set up by two Chartered Physiotherapists, Emma Peppiatt and Tamsyn Burchell, who have both had many years of working in aquatic therapy.  

h2o physio provides individual aquatic therapy treatment for a variety of conditions, including sports injuries, back pain,  joint replacement surgery, post fracture or orthopaedic surgery, arthritis, neurological disorders and balance problems. 

Emma Peppiatt

EmmaEmma Peppiatt trained as a physiotherapist at St Thomas’ Hospital, London and graduated in 1991. Since qualifying she has worked in London at The Royal Free Hospital, St George’s Hospital and The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital.  Emma has also worked in Private Practice in Geneva, Switzerland.

She currently works a physiotherapist at The New Victoria Hospital in Kingston and h2o physio in Teddington.

Emma has been practicing hydrotherapy for over 20 years, including various private hydrotherapy companies in SW London treating a variety of conditions.  Since qualifying as a physiotherapist she has completed recognised courses and accreditation in aquatic therapy, including the Bath Hydrotherapy Course, ATACP courses and the post-graduate ‘Aquatic Rehabilitation’ course at the University of Hertfordshire

Tamsyn Burchell

TamsynTamsyn Burchell trained as a physiotherapist at The West London Institute of Higher Education and graduated in 1991. Since qualifying she has worked at Epsom Hospital, Ashford Hospital, The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, West Middlesex University Hospital and Charing Cross Hospital. 

She currently works as a physiotherapist at The New Victoria Hospital and an aquatic therapist at h2o physio in Teddington.

Tamsyn has been practising aquatic therapy for 19 years in both the private and NHS sectors treating a wide variety of conditions. She is a member of the Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and has completed all relevant recognised post graduate courses in aquatic therapy.

Aquatic Therapy and Hydrotherapy