It seems like I always knew that I want to be a physiotherapist. I was a professional Judo competitor from age 10-18 and was a member of the Israeli Judo Team. Like a lot of the professional athletes I had an ankle Injury that required physiotherapy. That was the moment I understood I want to combine two of my biggest loves- the science of human body and working with people.
In 2013, I qualified from the University of Ariel with a BSc in Physiotherapy. Over the next three years, I worked at one of the bests orthopedic departments in israel and at an MSK clinic treating mostly young adults. My work included outpatient clinics, hydrotherapy, rehabilitation and orthopaedic wards. I moved to the UK in 2016 and enjoy working in Private Practice treating patients with a range of Musculoskeletal problems and Sports Injuries.
Working at the hospital I treated patients that had gone through an elective surgery as well as management of multi trauma patients in their acute phase of recovery, providing a high standard of service to patients, including individualised assessment, the devising of treatment plans and delivering treatment accordingly.
In 2014 I also joined as a civilian physiotherapist provider of the Military service allows me to treat a wide variety of injuries, including sport injuries and postoperative, providing sport rehabilitation programs and protocols and Shock Wave Therapy treatments.
During my work I trained as a hydrotherapist and used it mostly to treat chronic pain conditions and neurological issues. In 2015 I qualified as a specialist of physiotherapy and oncology and provided a physical exercise assessments and treatments to individuals and groups.
In addition to my full-time work commitments I trained seniors with fall prevention program at their homes. Einav also has experience with working with clients who have suffered from chronic and recurrent pain.
I have a particular interest in sports injuries and post op rehabilitation. I enjoy nature trips with my two dog , keeping fit and active. Having competing in Judo at National level, I fully appreciate the importance of keeping fit and completing rehabilitation to get back to full fitness for competition. I have a lot of experience working with ACL rehabilitation and knee injuries.
“Very effective treatment by professional experts! I relied on the clinic 3 times: after I suffered a fibula fracture, after a skiing injury which caused a strain of the hip flexor and adductor, and a calf muscle strain. Einav Cohen is very good!”
“I saw Einav when I was in London on holiday and needed a physio for an unexpected injury. She was absolutely fantastic. She was thorough in her examination, proactively explained what was happening and was very clear in answering all of my questions. She even gave me her email to follow up if I had any additional questions. The treatment was also great – I felt much looser after the session. I would definitely recommend seeing Einav if you need a physio in London!”
“Needed physio following ruptured ACL. I have been looked after by Einav for the last 4.5 months. I am delighted with progress. Very professional service resulting in a full recovery and without surgery- would definitely reccomend.”
“I have just finished treatment with Einav. Her approach was successful in addressing a previously ongoing issue and she was responsive to related issues as they arose. I would highly recommend Einav.”
“Einav is fantastic. Suffering from a back spasm the appointment was easy and quick to arrange and from the first session the pain and discomfort started to reduce and over the next 3 sessions with a combination of treatment and exercises the problem was resolved. Thank you.“
“”Both Sophie and then Einav were great physios in rehabbing my knee post-ACL surgery – explaining the recovery timetable and the reason for the order of progression. They were always happy to answer my questions as we went along and were able to accelerate/decelerate my exercises as and when needed. Would recommend either as physios – thanks a lot for your help.””
“”Einav is a great physiotherapist 🙂 she helped me fix my hip injury in a couple of months. It was always very nice going to her sessions. she is very professional yet you can laugh with her aswell.
She gave me good advices on building a running plan.
She is also very involved with her patients as she has been sending me follow-up emails since my last session.
Would definitely recommend 🙂 “”
“Having been advised to seek treatment on a shoulder injury and facing a 6 week wait for an nhs appointment I went to Perfect Balance at St Paul’s, London. I had an appointment at a time that suited and quickly saw improvements after following Einav’s treatment.”
“Made a last minute booking to see Einav with an unexplained knee injury. Started the session virtually unable to climb the stairs and left feeling a different person. Was able to participate in an organised running event 2 days later.”
“Friendly team providing excellent service. As someone who is constantly breaking myself at the gym – and needing never-ending rehab – I couldn’t live without the PB clinic. They have a solid, no-nonsense approach to getting you back on your feet in the shortest possible time.”
“”I contacted Perfect Balance Clinic with a groin injury. I was delighted that Einav saw me within one day. She collected information on my training, determined the injury cause and proposed treatment and exercises. She understood my training goals and worked towards fastest recovery route in order to achieve these.
All appointments were always very efficient and punctual but at the same time allowing sufficient time to answer all my questions in depth. I would definitely recommend Perfect Balance Clinic and Einav. “”
“Einav has been great – no nonsense just good advice and persistence!”
“This summer I suffered a broken collarbone after a cycling accident and I began treatment with Einav five weeks later. I felt she did a great job at understanding my goals and recovery expectations, particularly with relevance to my desire to resume playing basketball. The rehab programme that Einav developed for me felt well-balanced — exercises were both simple and challenging at times. I appreciated her thorough responses to any questions I had as well as her positive outlook. I would definitely recommend working with Einav and won’t hesitate to reach out for further appts if required.“
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Data protection contact:
Last updated: February 2018
Here at Perfect Balance Clinic we take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to administer your account and to provide the products and services that you have requested from us. We are committed to protecting your and your family’s personal information when you are using any of our services. The Privacy and Cookies Policy relates to our use of any personal information we collect from you via the following services:
Any Perfect Balance Clinic Website that links to this Privacy and Cookies Policy
Social media or official Perfect Balance Clinic content on other websites
It also relates to our use of any personal information you provide us by phone, SMS, email, in letters and other correspondence and in person. Perfect Balance Clinic works hard to safeguard your personal information. Whenever you provide such information, we are legally obliged to use your information inline with all applicable laws and regulations concerning the protection of personal information including the current Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulations introduced in May 2018. In order to provide you will a full range of products and services, we sometimes need to collect information about you. You can trust us with your information - we have created this policy to help you understand what data we collect, how we collect it, what we disclose and how we use, store and transfer it.
Our Privacy Commitments:
For as long as we keep your data we will work with you to keep it up to date and we will protect it with the appropriate security and safety measures
We will be as transparent as we can with you on what personal data we collect, how we use it and how it will be processed
Remember you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to update your privacy preferences, alternatively, you can change your settings via our reception team or using our ALICE system, located in the reception area of any one of our clinics. If you have any questions at all about our privacy or cookies policy you can contact us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at email@example.com. These policies apply to:
All visitors to our website
All prospective job applicants
All clients who use our products or services
Sports massage and therapy
Podiatry and foot clinics
Laser and shockwave therapy
Bespoke pregnancy, corporate and athlete services
We are recognised by all major insurers and all our therapists are covered by private health insurance policies.
1.1 Compliance with Regulatory Authorities:
We regularly review our compliance with our Privacy and Cookies Policy. When we receive formal written complaints, we will contact the person who has made the complaint to follow up. We will also work with the appropriate regulatory authorities, including local data protection authorities such as the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of personal data. As a Data Controller who is processing personal information and who meets certain criteria, we are registered with the ICO. You can click here to view our registration details.
2.0 Compliance with Data Protection:
2.1 What information we collect about you:
We collect information to provide better products and services to all our service users. We collect information in the following ways:
The information you give to us: Many of our services require you to provide us with personal information as part of our client registration, appointment booking or marketing processes. When you sign up to receive any of our products or services we will ask you for information such as your name, email address, residential address or telephone number.
The Information we get from your use of our services: We collect information about the services that you use and how you use them, like when you visit one of our clinics or visit a website that uses our advertising services or view and interact with our ads and content.
The types of personal information we use may include:
Personal details such as names, addresses, telephone numbers
Family details for example next of kin
Services, for example, details of services accessed or offered by providers
Lifestyle and social circumstances
Physical and/or mental health details
Visual images, personal appearance, and behaviour, for example if CCTV images are used as part of building security
Details held in the client's records, where we hold or manage the clients' records
Responses to surveys, where individuals have responded to surveys sent by Perfect Balance Clinic
Our legal basis for collecting and processing this data is because you have either given us consent to process this data as part of the provision to you of the services purchased by you or because the processing of your data is necessary for a contract we have with you. All sensitive data is encrypted and stored securely using industry-standard data encryption, multiple layers of firewalls are in place, and we perform regular security audits.
2.1.1 Information for job applicants and employees:
Racial and ethnic origin
Trade union membership
Religious or similar beliefs
Employment tribunal applications, complaints, accidents, and incident details
Criminal Offence data (including alleged offenses), criminal proceedings, outcomes, and sentences
This information will generally relate to our job applicants (if successfully offered a position with us) and our employees, this is covered by the Privacy Notice for Employees, or for those health professionals we manage.
Our legal basis for collecting and processing this special category data is because the processing of your data is necessary for a contract we have with you and our additional special condition for processing this special category data is that it is necessary for the purposes of carrying out the obligations and exercising specific rights of the controller or of the data subject in the field of employment and social security and social protection law in so far as it is authorised by Union or Member State law or a collective agreement pursuant to Member State law providing for appropriate safeguards for the fundamental rights and the interests of the data subject. All sensitive data is encrypted and stored securely using industry-standard data encryption, multiple layers of firewalls are in place, and we perform regular security audits.
2.1.2 Personal information from you about others:
Through your use of our services, we may also collect information from you about someone else, such as friend referrals. If you provide Perfect Balance Clinic with personal information about someone else, you must ensure that you are authorised to disclose that information to Perfect Balance Clinic and that, without Perfect Balance taking any further steps required by applicable data protection or privacy law, Perfect Balance may collect, use and disclose such information for the purposes described in this Policy. This means that you must take reasonable steps to ensure that the individual concerned is aware of and/or consents to the various matters detailed in this Policy, including the fact that their personal information is being collected, the purposes for which that information is being collected, the intended recipients of that information, the individual’s right to obtain access to that information, Perfect Balance Clinics’ identify, and how to contact Perfect Balance. Where requested to do so by Perfect Balance Clinic, you must also assist Perfect Balance Clinic with any requests by the individual to access or update the personal information you have collected from them and passed on to us for the service.
2.2 How we use the information we collect about you:
Your information may be used to:
Check and report internally how effective Perfect Balance and the products and services we offer has been
Investigate complaints, legal claims or important incidents
Make sure Perfect Balance Clinic continues to meet our clients needs both now and in the future
Review the care provided to make sure that this continues to be of the highest possible standard
Manage specialised services that Perfect Balance Clinic provides through third parties
We may keep your information in written form or on a computer. Whenever possible all information that identifies you will be removed. Our legal basis for collecting and processing this information is our legitimate interests in knowing more about our clients or it is necessary for a contract we have with you. Perfect Balance Clinic is a Data Controller for the TM2 System; provided by our third party processor (TM2). This system holds personal health-related data of all clients registered with our clinics. Our legal basis for collecting and processing health-related information obtained from our clients (special category data) is because the processing of your data is necessary for a contract we have with you and our additional special condition for processing this special category data is that it is necessary for the provision of health or social care or treatment. For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
2.2.1 Sharing your information:
There are a number of reasons why we may share your information. This can be due to:
Our obligations to comply with current legislation
Our duty to comply with a Court Order
You have consented to disclose
To read more about our Frequently Asked Questions, please click here.
4.0 Information Security:
We are committed to protecting Perfect Balance Clinic and our service users from unauthorised access to or unauthorised alteration, disclosure or destruction of information that we hold. We do this through:
Encryption of many of our services using SSL
We review our information collection, storage, and processing practices, including physical security measures, to guard against unauthorised access to systems
We restrict access to personal information to Perfect Balance employees, contractors, and agents who need to know the information in order to process it for us and who are subject to strict contractual confidentiality obligations. They may be disciplined, their contract terminated or appropriate legal action taken if they fail to meet these obligations.
Our induction process and regular training ensure that all our employees are aware of their responsibilities and best practice guidelines; ensuring the necessary safeguards and appropriate use of person-identifiable and confidential information. Under the Perfect Balance Code of Conduct, all our employees are also required to protect your information and inform you of how your information will be used. This includes, in most circumstances, allowing you to decide if and how your information can be shared. Everyone working in Perfect Balance Clinic is subject to the common law duty of confidentiality. Information provided in confidence will only be used for the purpose advised and consented to by the service user, unless it is required or permitted by the law.
5.0 Accessing Perfect Balance Clinic Website from outside the UK:
Perfect Balance Website is published in the UK by Perfect Balance Clinic at PerfectBalanceClinic.co.uk. The international version of the website, PerfectBalanceClinic.com, is made available to international users accessing the website outside the UK by Perfect Balance Clinic. All personal information submitted by users outside the UK will be processed in accordance with this Privacy and Cookies Policy.
6.0 Transparency and choice:
People have varying privacy concerns and our goal is to be as clear and transparent as possible with regards to the information we collect so that you can make choices about how this is used. You can:
Adjust/update your preferences with regards to how we market our products and services to you by contacting email@example.com
Set your browser to block all cookies, including cookies associated with our services or to indicate when a cookie is being set by us
8.0 Contacting Perfect Balance Clinic:
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Terms and Conditions
Perfect Balance Clinic values the views of all clients, and welcomes comments and suggestions from our clients. We endeavour to provide a service of the highest standard at all times, in relation to service delivery and our commitment to work in partnership with our clients, to deliver their healthcare in a way that meets their needs.Our company director will ensure all comments and suggestions are communicated to the lead clinician and produce a quarterly and annual report for The Board of Directors. Our company director is the key contact for our clients to deal with any problems that may arise, including client complaints.A formal complaints policy is available to all clients upon request. Below is an outline of our complaints policy.
Clients are encouraged to give their feedback, at times when clients wish to make a complaint; the process will be managed by the company director. If a client raises a matter of concern with a member of staff, the members of staff should advise the client of the complaints policy and direct the client to the company director. When the company director is on planned or unplanned leave alternative arrangements will be made to manage the complaints procedure.
Clients are advised to address their complaint in writing to Perfect Balance Clinic David Lloyd Hatfield Mosquito Way Hatfield Herts Al10 9AX
All complaints will receive written confirmation within two working days upon receipt of the complaint, outlining the stages of the investigation.
A full response will be made in writing within 20 days of receipt of the complaint, outlining the investigation process, steps taken and outcomes and actions taken following the investigation of the complaint.
All complaints will be investigated by the company directors, with an investigation report to be presented to The Board of Directors. Complaints will be correlated with the annual results of the client satisfaction survey, to enable the directors to review and assess service delivery and the views of our clients.
Perfect Balance Clinic acknowledges complaints as a serious matter, and is committed to rectify areas that may cause concern or dissatisfaction for our clients.
A summary of complaints and the outcomes will be presented at team meetings, to ensure relevant areas of concern, action taken, and changes in practice as a result of the complaint investigation, are communicated to all members of staff and associates.
A parent or legal guardian present will need to be present during all appointments, unless prior written confirmation has been provided to the clinic.
payment must be made in advance of treatment for all services unless you have an exclusive account with us. Payment must be made in advance for all running clinic sessions and some group sessions that we offer
Late payments policy
please note that with effect from 1 June 2015, late payment of invoices (30 days after treatment) will be subject to an additional charge on the following basis: £10 for appointments in our Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire or Cambridgeshire clinics and £15 for appointments in our London clinics
Offers and promotions
All offers and promotions cannot be exchanged for any cash value. The promotion and offer or voucher should only be used by the intended person and as such we may ask for ID proof from the person producing the voucher to verify they are the recipient. Promotions and offers cannot be shared between individuals.All vouchers unless otherwise dated are to be used within 1 year of their receipt or known release from the clinic to an event or promotion.All offers and promotions may be subject to special arrangements or exclusions and Perfect Balance Clinic reserve the right to offer ‘introductory’ sessions to specific practitioners which may exclude some self-employed practitioners and the company directors. Where possible a full list of who the offer applies to can be provided in writing prior to your appointment.
Refund and cancellation policy
24 hours notice is required for cancellation of appointments, otherwise a full charge will be incurred. Missed sessions without the 24 hours notice will be fully chargeable, as if intended. For refunds of equipment purchased equipment must be returned (unopened, unused and not damaged) within 14 days of purchase with proof of purchase.
Using your Private Medical Insurance Policy
If you are planning to use private medical insurance (pmi), please contact your insurer as soon as possible and before your first Perfect Balance appointment to ensure you meet the terms of your policy.The procedures of insurance companies differ and some require the policyholder/patient to obtain a GP referral before they grant authorisation to commence treatment. Most private medical insurers cover osteopathy, physiotherapy and podiatry but other treatments, eg sports massage, pilates and rehab will not be covered. Please check the terms of your policy with your insurer.Naturally, if you are in pain you wish to be treated as quickly as possible and we wish to offer the earliest available appointment to start you on the road to recovery. However, please be aware that insurance authorisation can not necessarily be applied retrospectively. Please tell us when you book your first appointment that you intend to use pmi to claim for your treatment. In order to book your appointment with an appropriate practitioner, we need to know which insurance company it is.We need you to provide us with the following:
Name of insurance company
Policy or Membership number
Claim reference/Authorisation code for this course of treatment
Which part of the body (eg left shoulder, lower back, etc)
Number of sessions/budget authorised
Details of any Excess due
Some insurers do not cover the full fees for treatment. Once we have your authorisation details we can invoice at the fee agreed by Perfect Balance with your insurer. Until we receive the authorisation details we will invoice at our standard rates and you may be liable for the costs.We will send your invoices to your insurance company directly for payment once we have all the details. Your insurance company may inform us that the invoices are your liability, for example, due to excess, shortfall, benefit limit exceeded. In this case, please settle your account with Perfect Balance within 30 days of notice.Your practitioner may recommend an alternative treatment to speed your recovery and this may not be covered by the original authorisation. For instance, an osteopath may recommend you go on to see a physiotherapist or podiatrist or vice versa. Please check with your insurer and obtain a fresh authorisation if necessary.Sometimes it may be a simple matter of holiday cover by one practitioner for another; it is preferable for you to be treated by another practitioner recognised by your insurer so you can continue claiming. Please remind us to book you with an appropriately recognised practitioner.If you have any questions relating to your private medical insurance it is best to direct them to your insurance company in the first instance. We will do our best to assist you in the claim process.
Data Protection Policy
We take data protection seriously; please let us know of any changes to your personal data e.g. name, contact details, insurance company, person registered on account, this helps us ensure your records are kept accurate and up to date.