Harry (Charilaos) Kardamilas (HCPC PH80868)
Harry is a Consultant Consultant Physiotherapist and founded Homephysio247 in 2019. He has gained significant experience in assessing Musculoskeletal problem and has administered over 10000 injections the last 13 years.
He qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2005 and completed an MSc in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2009. He is a member of Musculoskeletal association of Chartered Physiotherapist (MACP) since 2008. He is also a legal expert and provides reports for the court and an end-point assessor for Manchester Metropolitan University.
For the last 13 years Harry has been working in a CATS service (Clinical Assessment and Treatment service) for NHS and has gained significant experience in US scanning and administering all type of injections. He has worked closely with upper and lower limb Orthopaedics, and he is able to assess the most complicated cases.
Throughout his career progression, he has been responsible for the ongoing development of the services he worked for, utilising specialised evidence based clinical skills to ensure that patient pathways are evidenced based, efficient, and effective. He has advanced skills in ultrasound imaging and injection therapy including procedures that require high training and specialisation like Glenohumeral joint Hydrodilatation, Tendon Calcification Barbotage (single clinician technique), Achilles tendon high volume stripping, Sacroiliac joint injections and Suprascapular nerve blocks.
Research activities: Harry presented at the APPN (Advanced Practice Physiotherapy Network) conference in 2017, winning first prize for his landmark-guided injection audit. He has been working closely with Oxford University, recruiting patients for their GRASP (Getting it Right: Addressing Shoulder Pain) study. He participated at the Physio18 CSP Conference in Birmingham with presenting two posters. He presented a virtual session the TherapyLive 2021 and in 2022 he was a speaker in Therapy Expo Musculoskeletal Conference.
Harry provides comprehensive assessment and diagnosis of the most complex musculoskeletal conditions. He would then draw a treatment plan, advise you about all the available options and guide you to the right clinician if required. A report for your GP can be provided if requested.