MEET THE TEAM
Craig is a highly specialized physiotherapist with post graduate qualifications in Acupuncture and Sports and Exercise Medicine.
He has worked with Professional Rugby sides in New Zealand and has assisted Great Britain Table Tennis at the World Team Championships and Olympic Qualifiers in Qatar and Germany. He is a consultant for the Governments Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme and has published and presented research in the Journal of Physiotherapy and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Conference.
Outside of work he enjoys participating socially in triathlon and running.
Jane qualified as a Physio in 1992 and then undertook an MSc in Neuromusculoskelatal Physiotherapy and is a member of the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapy.
She has worked in London, initially for the NHS, then in house at Marks and Spencer and Allen and Overy, and in private clinics treating elite rowers. She enjoys helping clients with complex pain pathology and functional rehab.
Outside work she enjoys swimming and sailing.
Kath has over 13 years experience as a massage therapist and is VTCT qualified. Initially she was trained in Swedish Massage before completing further courses in Sports and Remedial Massage.
During her time as a massage therapist she has assisted a large and diverse clientele including sports people, physios and the general public who enjoy being active.
Kath is passionate about the benefits of Massage Therapy - its role in injury prevention, rehabilitation and pain relief. Her goals are always to assist clients to achieve the best possible outcome for their health.
Outside of the treatment room Kath enjoys off road and distance running, swimming, going to the gym and baking.
Amy qualified as a physiotherapist in 2005 and began her career in the NHS. After 4 years of working across a variety of areas, Amy moved into cancer care, which she now specialises in.
She has a passion for helping people with complications as a result of cancer treatment, at any stage of their cancer journey. Amy is a PINC and STEEL Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist and a Pink Ribbon Programme Post Rehabilitation Breast Cancer Exercise Specialist. She is trained in acupuncture and kinesio taping and enjoys keeping up to date with current research and learning new skills.
Outside of work Amy enjoys long countryside walks and anything that involves food!
Carl is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist, Sports Science and Human Biology graduate, former Lecturer in Sport and Exercise, Personal Trainer, and Sports Massage Therapist.
He has worked as a Physio within the NHS at a senior level, sports injury clinics, his own practice, stroke rehabilitation, occupational health and chronic pain. Carl also has first hand experience of acute and chronic injuries, pain, surgery, and disability, giving him a deeper understanding how these can affect us both physically and psychologically.
He started his career in health and fitness in 2002. Empowering people to achieve their goals, overcome challenges, and reduce future problems through lifestyle/behaviour change and exercise has continued to be a big part of his approach as a Physio.
Carl has tried many sports, but mainly focused on rugby, gym training, running (5k to half marathon), and Muay Thai Boxing. He also enjoys snowboarding, home gym training, teaching his dog tricks and playing fetch, covering songs on his guitar, and has recently taken up archery.