Our Physiotherapy Team
We are a small family practice. We pride ourselves on providing a person-centred approach, delivering the highest quality care to help our patients maintain their independence and improve their quality of life.
Chartered Physiotherapist & Village Physio
Wife & Business Director
Animesh Sundas – Village Physio and Chartered Physiotherapist
I am passionate about physiotherapy and helping older adults to keep active, autonomous and able enough to enjoy their retirement. Although I am new to private practice, I have over 7 years’ experience working for the NHS in a wide variety of settings, such as care homes, rehabilitation and palliative care units. I have completed a physiotherapy master’s degree at Sheffield Hallam University.
For my current NHS day job, I work with adults with learning disabilities in the Doncaster community. I am a falls prevention and awareness trainer. During the early stages of the pandemic I volunteered to support the NHS with assessments and treatments of patients recovering from Covid-19. Prior to this I worked at the Assessment and Rehabilitation Centre in Sheffield treating older adults with Stroke, Parkinson’s, spinal cord and brain injuries.
I worked in an intermediate care hospital in Nottingham rehabilitating older adults who had been admitted to hospital with a view to support them back into their own home environment. I have also worked as the inpatient ward specialist Physiotherapist at Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, helping older adults’ complete treatments and assessments to safely discharge them with a care package. Prior to moving to the United Kingdom, I worked as a rotational physiotherapist in India.
I have a current Disclosure and Barring Service Certificate. Scroll down to see my professional affiliations.
Samantha Logan – Wife and Business Director
I assist Animesh to run the group physiotherapy sessions, and look after the business behind the scenes e.g. I am responsible for business administration, finance and marketing. I come from a Higher Education background, working part-time at one of the UK’s largest universities. My qualifications include MSc Coaching and Mentoring, BA (Hons) Enterprise Management and OCN Level 2 in Life Coaching and Psychology. I am currently working towards Level 2 Falls Prevention Awareness.
Zen and Kenji – Our beautiful boys
They like to keep us very busy outside of running Village Physio and sometimes visit our group physiotherapy classes to say “hello!”.