Our Clinics

Chris Myers

Qualifications: Clinical Director
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP SRP
BSc (Hons) Osteopathy
MSc Sports Medicine
PGCert MSK Sonography

Chris is a highly experienced and specialised physiotherapist & osteopath in musculoskeletal medicine and sports injuries. He currently splits his time between elite sport and at Complete Physio (Moorgate & Chelsea clinics).

He has worked with England squash, British Athletics, Tottenham Hotspur FC, Reading FC, Great Britain Badminton and he worked as a physiotherapist at the World University Games in China in 2011 and to work at London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics. Chris has a Masters in Sports Medicine and uses a variety of manual treatment techniques including joint manipulation, soft tissue therapy, and acupuncture to get his clients out of pain and back to full function.

He combines his hands on treatment with well structured, and functional rehabilitation following an injury or operation. Chris is one of the few physiotherapists in the country to also be a musculoskeletal sonographer and uses diagnostic ultrasound to diagnose muscle, ligament, tendon, joint and nerve problems.

He also uses ultrasound to carry out guided joint and soft tissue injections for pain relief (see www.complete-physio.co.uk/ultrasound)

David Baker

Qualifications: Clinical Director
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP SRP

David qualified as chartered physiotherapist in 1999. Along with being clinical director at Complete Physio Ltd, David works as an extended scope physiotherapist (http://www.csp.org.uk/professional-networks/esp) and visiting University Lecturer. David is also commissioned as freelance visiting lecturer to physiotherapy and osteopathy clinics throughout the UK. David is one of the few physiotherapists to complete his training to PG Certificate level as a musculoskeletal sonographer and is Vice Chairman of professional network and national clinical interest group Association for Chartered Physiotherapists with an interest in Orthopaedic Medicine and Injection Therapy (http://www.acpomit.co.uk/).

David is also one of the first physiotherapists in the world to be fully trained as an independent prescriber of medication, being able to autonomously assess, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions with use of medications alongside his specialist physiotherapy skills. David combines these skills in performing ultrasound guided injections as a highly specialised adjunct to treatment of certain conditions as well as prescribing analgesia to assist with pain relief when required.

David has been individually recognised by the Department of Health in 2012 for his contribution in developing the scope of physiotherapy practice also represented the physiotherapy profession in the national media as part of his work - including an appearance on BBC Breakfast News.

David has wide experience in musculoskeletal clinical management working in the entire spectrum of areas from sports team and A&E through to copmlex chronic pain conditions. David is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine. Trained to masters level, David is able to bring together a unique array of clinical expertise including the traditional skills of manipulation, acupuncture, soft tissue mobilisations and sports rehab, with these advanced practice skills such as image guided injections, diagnostic ultrasound and prescribing.

David Luka

Qualifications: Clinical Director
BSc (Hons) Sport Science
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP MAACP MHPC

David initially qualified as a Sport and Exercise Scientist in 1994 and subsequently qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1999. These two qualifications have complemented each other in his treatment of a wide range of patients from the sedentary to the high level athlete. He has fulfilled roles both in a major London teaching hospital and the private sector working extensively with patients suffering from neuromusculoskeletal conditions including sporting injuries, both traumatic and overuse, work-related disorders, problems related to inactivity, and chronic pain. He has also worked alongside an occupational health team in managing work-related problems, including the assessment of task ergonomics, and has worked closely with orthopaedic, spinal and neurosurgeons in optimising post-operative recovery.

Eirian Rees

Qualifications: Clinical Director
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP SRP

Eirian has gained extensive experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy since graduating in 2000. The vast majority of his career has been spent in the private sector working in a busy sports injury and spinal clinic environment. This has allowed him to work alongside a broad spectrum of athletic abilities ranging from elite to amateur in addition to treating the regular everyday orthopaedic problems suffered by non-sportspeople. He hails from a rugby background and has worked with several teams from as far a field as Toronto, Canada, to South East London and Kent. When not at the Kentish Town clinic, Eirian still does some work for the NHS in a clinical specialist capacity taking responsibility for the training of newly qualified physiotherapists and students.

“ It’s a great feeling when you’ve worked with someone through their injury from beginning to end, seeing them back to full fitness so they can get on with things, be it on the professional sporting field or in everyday life ”

Christian van der Merwe

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member

Christian qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2000 and has gained significant clinical experience since then in treatment of musculoskeletal disorders, orthopaedic medicine and sports injuries. He is currently studying his masters in Sport & Exercise Medicine and has gained experience working with elite and amateur athletes, which includes British Judo, Blackheath RFC and his local SE London club, Old Colfeians' RFC. He also works closely with professional international wake borders and golfers from the SE London area.

Prior to working in the private sector, he spent 9 years working in the NHS, more recently as a lead therapist at a large teaching hospital, where he was responsible for a mixed orthopaedic case-load and a team of junior therapists.

Christian is skilled in manual therapy techniques including joint mobilisations & manipulations, as well as soft tissue treatments, Kinesiology Taping, as well as both functional & sports rehabilitation. He also uses acupuncture as an adjunct to his physiotherapy based treatments.

He is currently researching the biomechanics of the golf swing and its effect on the body, in relation to injury prevention and injury management. As a result, he works closely with a number of amateur and professional golfers.

“Providing someone with the information and tools to help manage their condition is an important component of their recovery. I aim to use my manual and exercise based skills to enable a patient to take control of their condition and return to where they really want to be.”

Emerson Fernandez

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP SRP

Emerson has gained a diverse knowledge of assessing and managing a wide variety of musculo-skeletal conditions whilst working at large teaching hospitals in Essex and London, GP practices and accident & emergency. He also works privately with professional football / rugby players and dancers. His main interests are sports injuries including the ankle, knee and shoulder as well as pre / post operative rehabilitation and with a background personal training, is well placed to progress you from initial injury to return to function seamlessly. As an experienced physiotherapist, Emerson has attended numerous post graduate courses including spinal manipulations, soft tissue techniques and acupuncture and is now studying advanced neuromuscular practice at Masters level.

“ After diagnosing the cause of the problem, the main aim is to get the patient back to work, sport or everyday activity as quickly as possible. Giving the patient the right information early is the key and developing a specific plan that can fit around some one's busy schedule is paramount. ”

Alexei Roszkowiak

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist

Alexei graduated in 2001 from the University of East London and has since gained a majority of his experience working within an orthopaedic and outpatients setting. Alexei has worked at a number of private hospitals in and around the Hampshire area, treating a wide range of post operative patients and musculo-skeletal conditions. He also currently works as part of a large medical team within a private boarding school, working with children aged 11 to 17yrs.

Alexei has also worked privately with many professional sports people, treating a large range of sport related conditions. He also currently runs weekly clinics at 2 local semi-professional rugby clubs.

"Two areas of particular interest are working with hand complaints and TMJ (jaw) issues. Over the last year I have worked closely with two maxilo-fascial surgeons providing pre and post-operative care".

As a fully qualified physiotherapist Alexei has attended numerous post graduate courses and has recently been involved in a large published medical research study investigating Achilles and Patella tendon rehabilitation.

Jarrod Lee Antflick

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
BAppSc (Physiotherapy)
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Jarrod graduated from both the University of Technology, Sydney, with a BHSc in TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) and then from the University of Sydney with a BAppSc in Physiotherapy. He has also complete a Graduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy from Lat Trobe University, Melbourne. Having worked closely with orthopaedic spinal, ankle, knee and shoulder surgeons in Australia, Jarrod has extensive experience and knowledge of rehabilitation protocols and milestones for post-operative surgery.

Jarrod currently works as a consultant physiotherapist for British Athletics sharing his time in the clinic and at major championships. He has worked as consulting physiotherapist for members of the US Track and Field Team in preparation for the London 2012 Olympics, aswell as working in in Rugby Union and Rugby League in Australia.

I believe that Physiotherapy is a profession based around the concepts of obtaining a correct diagnosis first and foremost, followed by the implementation of an effective treatment by utilising the most clinically proven, evidence based techniques. This is followed closely by the most appropriate rehabilitation for the level of athlete or patient for a successful and outcome.

Emma Jane Harding

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Having worked as a physiotherapist in the UK, New Zealand and Australia, Emma-Jane has developed extensive experience in the management of musculoskeletal disorders.

Since returning to the UK she has completed a masters degree in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at King’s College London as well as the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists exams.

Emma-Jane currently works part-time as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist in the NHS. Emma-Jane implements a systematic approach to assessing movement patterns, joint, nerve and soft-tissue problems and integrates manual therapy, soft tissue treatments and structured rehabilitation strategies to provide bespoke treatments and achieve client goals.

Michael Crebbin

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
MSc. BSc (Hons). MMACP
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Since undertaking a pre-registration Masters degree in Physiotherapy Michael progressed rapidly within the NHS and worked as a Highly Specialist Physiotherapist where he also developed and ran Pilates and Back Rehabilitation classes. He previously studied an undergraduate degree in Sports Therapy, which incorporated extensive Sports Massage training and has also worked in professional football.

Now in full-time private practice, Michael specialises in the assessment and management of cyclists as well as recreational and professional athletes from a range of sporting disciplines. He worked as a Physiotherapist at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and will take a lead role at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Whilst working as a Physiotherapist Michael has studied postgraduate courses in Osteopathic Techniques, Manipulation, Kinesiotaping and Acupuncture and is nearing completion of an additional MSc in Manual Therapy.

Michael is an active club cyclist but has previously played football and tennis to county standard as well as competing in national freestyle karate tournaments.

Scott Newton

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP
BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Scott is a highly specialised musculoskeletal physiotherapist dividing his time between Complete Physio and Croydon University Hospital.

Scott has gained wide ranging experience in the area of musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy since qualifying with a first class degree in BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2005. He has a special interest in the management of running related injuries and has recently worked as part of a multi-disciplinary Sports Medicine Clinic at a large teaching hospital, where he established a Physiotherapy Running Gait Clinic. Scott has experience of working with a wide variety of sports, which includes the England Blind Cricket Team, Nottingham Panthers Ice Hockey Team and national level mixed martial arts and thai boxing competitors.

Scott is a keen distance runner with a marathon personal best of 2 hours 45 minutes. Prior to running, Scott competed at a national level in field hockey and Muay Thai where he held the WAKO Pro Super Featherweight north-west area title.

Ian Jones

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member
Works at: Shoreditch EC2

Since graduating from the University of Nottingham, Ian has gained a wide range of expertise managing a variety of conditions from post operative rehab to elite sports injuries.

The majority of his time is spent working within a busy London physio department, however his strong sporting background has led him to work alongside a a variety of rugby and hockey players ranging for elite to amateur level.

To further his knowledge within this arena Ian has become a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine, as well as completing a variety of post graduate courses in kinesiology taping,acupuncture and soft tissue mobilisation techniques.

Having played rugby to a high standard himself,Ian is more than aware of the importance in treating both sporting injuries and everyday complaints in the most time efficient manner and gains no greater satisfaction than seeing his patients return to full capacity as quickly as possible.

Rauri Hadlington

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Rauri comes to physiotherapy from a sporting background having represented England Rugby at school boy level and been a member of the Harlequins Academy. After graduating from Kings College London he quickly specialised in treating musculoskeletal conditions and has worked along side some of London's top clinical specialists in the city's biggest NHS trusts.

Rauri has a passion for exercise and rehabilitation which he combines with extensive hands on manual therapy and soft tissue techniques to optimize your recovery. He has experience of treating everything from long standing aches as pains to acute problems, whatever their cause.

Having had to treat himself following countless injuries and a couple of surgeries of his own, Rauri's main area of interest is high level rehabilitation. Rauri has worked extensively with patients following a wide range of surgeries and recovering from all manor of musculoskeletal injuries aiming to return to a high level of sport and function. So, whether you've had an ACL reconstruction, a shoulder stabilization or you've pulled, twisted or tweaked anything else, Rauri can help you achieve your goals, however high your aiming.

Andrew Leggett

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member

Andrew qualified as a physiotherapist in 2001. Since then he has worked in some of the largest NHS Trusts in London as well as the south-west of England, specialising in the management of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries.

Andrew has gained extensive knowledge and experience in the treatment of a wide range of conditions, ranging from post-operative rehabilitation, peripheral and spinal injuries, sports injuries, work related disorders as well as more chronic conditions.

Andrew is qualified to Masters level, as well as having completed multiple manual therapy courses. He is qualified in acupuncture and uses this to complement his manual skills and soft tissue techniques.

Andrew combines manual therapy with patient-specific rehabilitation programs to help patients achieve their goals and return to function as quickly as possible.

" A thorough assessment and attention to detail is key in not only identifying the problem itself, but in determining what might have caused it. Treatment can then focus on optimising recovery and helping prevent recurrence."

George Rogers

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
HPC & CSP Member
Works at: Moorgate EC2

George qualified as a physiotherapist in 2005 from the university of Brighton. Since then he has worked in a busy London NHS Hospital. In this environment he has gained a large amount of experience assessing and treating various rheumatological, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions.

George had completed a wide range of postgraduate qualifications including massage, Pilates and Acupuncture. These skills have given him the flexibility to effectively manage both acute injuries and those with long term chronic conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia, tailoring his treatment appropriately to meet the needs of the client.

Amelie Leroy

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist

Amelie qualified as a physiotherapist in 2005 in Switzerland and has since worked in various hospitals and sports clinics. In particular she has worked with pre & post – operative patients, those with complex work injuries, sport related injuries and chronic pain. She is registered with the HCPC and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Her main aim is to find the source of the problem and to pinpoint hidden triggers. Her treatments involve readjusting joints with various manual therapies, soft and deep tissue techniques, as well as Tom Bowen Therapy, and finding the most efficient exercises to address muscular imbalances.

As a keen sports person herself (martial arts, contemporary dance, pole dance, yoga and free weights training), she has also trained as a performer and been part of various physical theatre productions. Amelie is a specialist in treating performers (dancers, actors & puppeteers) and understands the specific needs and strains this profession brings.

With her European charm, she is fluent in English, French, Swiss German and German.

Dan Boyd

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Dan started out completing a Sports and Exercise Science degree, progressing directly into an MSc in Physiotherapy. After graduating he began work in professional football and at the University College London Hospitals (UCLH).

He combines his time now between Complete Physio and as a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapists at UCLH. It was here where he progressed into working within the 'Institute of Sport, Exercise and Health' (ISEH). At the same time he was progressing within sport moving froto Tottenham Hotspur F.C.

After four years working within sport and the NHS Dan moved into private practice and also gained a musculoskeletal specialist position with Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals.

Dan stays active and competes in Triathlons and has completed several Ironman events and is participating in the ultra endurance event 'Celtman 2015'. He also participates in football and competition level Boxing.

Jemma Watson

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
BSc (Physio)
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Jemma has undergraduate and postgraduate physiotherapy training in Australia. She has worked in sports medicine clinics in Australia and London since 2002. She has successfully treated a wide variety of conditions in amateur and professional athletes, especially knees and shoulders. Jemma worked at the London Olympics in 2012 in swimming. She has specialised practice further in neck, head, face and jaw conditions with treatments including acupuncture, reflexology, manipulation, soft tissue release,and rehabilitation exercises.

Jemma is currently completing a Masters in Nutritional Medicine at the University of Surrey.

Jonny Bradshaw

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
Works at: Shoreditch EC2

Since graduating from the University of East London in 2008, Jonny has gained extensive experience at assessing and treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions working within some of the largest NHS trusts in London. Identifying early on in his career that musculoskeletal Physiotherapy was his main area of passion within the profession, he has subsequently gone on to study at masters level and is currently working towards a masters in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy. Jonny is also qualified in acupuncture and uses this to complement his other treatment skills.

Having played hockey to county level, played 1st XV rugby at University and as a keen runner up to marathon distance, he has always had a passion for sport and working with sporting injuries, and works hard to return patients to their chosen activity quickly, but to also reduce their risk of re-injury in the future. Having previously worked on a day surgery unit, he has treated patients from their first day following surgery through to a return to their full activity, and can guide you along the way to maximise your recovery and achieve your goals.

Lucy Oliver

Qualifications: Hand Specialist
BSc (Hons) OT
Accredited Hand Therapist (BAHT)
M-Level Accredited Acupuncture Certificate
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Lucy has worked in the specialist area of Hand Therapy since 2004 and in this time assisted in leading the Hand Therapy Team at University College London Hospital before joining a private clinic in London in 2009. In 2012 Lucy gained her Accredited Hand Therapy certificate with the British Association of Hand Therapists and went on to gain her M-level Accredited Acupuncture Foundation certificate endorsed by the university of Hertfordshire in 2013.

In 2014 Lucy founded All About Hands to expand the private world of hand therapy providing treatment to upper limb injuries and conditions. Since 2004 Lucy has gained experience with plastic surgery, orthopaedics and rheumatological conditions and her areas of specialist interest include: thumb injuries and conditions, reconstructive surgery and sports medicine.

As an ardent sports player Lucy competitively plays hockey and netball and enjoying golf and snowboarding when the opportunities arise. Lucy has a keen interest in sports injuries whether it is a patient's career or leisure pursuit and she is committed to developing treatment plans to ensure a swift return to action wherever possible. Lucy has gained experience and had the privilege of working with premiership rugby players, european golf players and GB Judo players.

Over the last 4 years Lucy has had the fortunate opportunity to increase her experience and knowledge with professional and amateur musicians. During this time it has highlighted the similarities between a sports player and musician as they are both athletes in their own right.

Luke Millward

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist

HPC & CSP Member

Luke Millward is an experienced senior Physiotherapist, with a First Class Degree in Physiotherapy, post-graduate training in Pilates, Acupuncture and muscle control and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

Luke specialises in muscle rehabilitation to help you both reduce your pain levels and enhance your sporting performance. Luke achieves this with both highly specific rehabilitation alongside excellent manual therapy techniques including manipulation, soft tissue release and acupuncture. He is currently about to embark on a masters in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

Luke is a keen sportsman who enjoys running, cycling, weight training and surfing. He also holds two black belts and has fought competitively in mixed martial arts.

Nicholas Clark

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
Consultant Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist

I became interested in the human body more than 20 years ago after I dislocated one of my joints playing football and was admitted to hospital to undergo surgery. I remember being in pain, feeling afraid, and wondering if I would ever get back to normal again. I’ve also sustained major sprains of my knee and ankle ligaments playing rugby, and severely injured my lower back in the early months of my physiotherapy career.

Since then, I’ve gained more than 15 years of experience in the U.K., including work at the Royal Free Hospital, Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals, and Saracens Rugby Union Football Club. I’ve also worked for the British Army as a Clinical Specialist with the Parachute Regiment and redesigned the Musculoskeletal Outpatients service for the Infantry. My teaching roles have included being a Visiting Lecturer and External Examiner to Sports Physiotherapy degrees at University College London and King’s College London. In the U.S., I’ve performed cutting-edge injury prevention and injury rehabilitation research at one of America’s premier universities, and provided sports medicine support services to professional athletes in the NFL.

In the past, I’ve been injured playing sports and at work, and have undergone three major surgeries. Now, I’ve integrated the most up-to-date research and effective physiotherapy treatment techniques into every aspect of my work. As a result, I can help you get your best possible results in a way that is safe and effective, and that minimizes your risk of re-injury.

Nina Jewell Morreau

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
PG Cert. (Acupuncture)

Nina has specialised in musculoskeletal, sports and orthopedic Physiotherapy since graduating in New Zealand in 2008. She completed a post-graduate Certificate in Western Acupuncture in 2011 and has maintained an interest in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions including acute and chronic low back, neck and knee pain and migraines and headaches.

Nina believes in a holistic approach to care, aiming to address both physical and psychological aspects of pain. She understands the importance of attaining a clear diagnosis, providing evidence based rehabilitation and identifying predisposing factors to prevent recurrence of injuries for a successful long-term outcome. She enjoys a hands-on approach to therapy including mobilisation, manipulation and deep tissue techniques in conjunction with Education, Acupuncture, Pilates and Biomechanical analysis using a multidisciplinary approach.

Working at a number of hospitals in London has exposed Nina to a wide range of post-operative conditions. In the private sector she has gained experience working with the amateur to elite athlete in various sporting disciplines including the World Rowing Championships 2010 and with elite level Football and Rugby teams in New Zealand.

Nina loves rowing and practices yoga with the view of completing a yoga teacher-training course.

Paul Holmes

Qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist
Works at: Angel N1

Philip Ashcroft

Qualifications: Registered Osteopath
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Philip Ashcroft is one of the leading Central London osteopaths.

An accomplished osteopath, Philip underwent five years extensive training at the British School of Osteopathy in Central London, respected throughout the world for the calibre of its practitioners.

He consulted for the NHS in Essex 2008-2012, advising and treating a wide range of patients referred by their GP, and has had consulting rooms in Covent Garden since 2007 to meet the needs of those working from offices and in 'the arts'.

Assessing and treating a wide range of conditions particularly neck, back pain and headaches, Philip is eligible to treat patients privately and those with healthcare insurance.

Genevieve Watson

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Genevieve's passion for movement and working with the human body stems from her years of touring as a professional dancer. Genevieve now combines her clinical hours as a Sports Massage Therapist with her work as a Pilates instructor, specialising in injury rehabilitation.

Genevieve provides treatment to relieve many day to day problems of non-sporting people as well as those of sports performers, covering preventative treatment and injury recovery from repetitive strain injury, sprains, tension and fatigue that we all suffer from.

Genevieve has experience working with athletes such as cyclists, runners, dancers and footballers, providing pre/post event treatment, helping with muscle imbalance, stretching, and reducing the effects of overtraining. She has provided support at the London marathon and many worldwide cycling events.

With experience of treating many individual clients and their specific needs, Genevieve tailors every treatment to suit the clients’ own body and needs, depending on the nature of their injury or their condition. She has worked alongside other medical professionals, including Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and Acupuncturists and has seen some amazing results with clients.

Genevieve is a fully qualified Sports Massage Therapist, with an ITEC Diploma L3, and is a full member of the Sports Massage Association (SMA).

Robert Parry

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Rob has been a practicing clinical massage therapist for ten years. Originally from Australia, he specializes in Sports Massage and the clinical treatment of muscular pain and dysfunction. Rob has previously worked with Tennis Australia and the Australian Football League is very confident treating a wide range a muscular conditions. Whether it be relaxation, sports or clinical massage, Rob is passionate about the human body and assisting people live pain free.

Sanj Chott

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist
Works at: Moorgate EC2

Sanj Chott has always been passionate about people participating in any physical activity. He has an extensive background in Shaolin Kung Fu and works full time as a Sports Massage Therapist. This has allowed him to turn his passion into a very rewarding and enjoyable career.

Sanj qualified at Body Basics, School Of Body Therapy in London and has experience in Remedial, Deep Tissue and Sports Therapy. He specializes in Deep Tissue pressure and stretching to release difficult muscular adhesions.

Sanj works with recreational sports people and non sports people to help them relieve muscle tension and any problems associated with their daily activities, work stresses, posture, strains etc.

Sanj has a unique tailor made style making massage an integral part of your wellness plan.

Wendy Hilton

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist
SMA registered
Works at: Chelsea SW10

Wendy gained her qualifications in Sports Massage from the New Zealand College of Massage and has been an accredited member of the NZ Academy of Sport since 2000 and is Sports Massage Asspciation (SMA) registered. She has worked with the English Institute of Sport since 2005 and has travelled extensively with sports squads providing massage at a variety of events, such as: Athletics, Ironman, Marathons, Netball, Wheelchair Rugby and Cycling World Championships. Wendy currently works with the Great Britain Athletics team, providing specialist soft tissue management for the power-based athletes in London. She has also had the privilege of being the Team Therapist for New Zealand at the 2012 Paralympic Games in London, 2008 in Beijing, and 2004 in Athens. In addition to treating athletes, Wendy has had experience of managing her own clinic and tutoring courses within the United Kingdom and New Zealand. Wendy enjoys working with elite and competitive athletes in a variety of disciplines. She has a great interest in muscle imbalances, postural assessment and post-operative scar healing and maturation.

"I thoroughly enjoy interacting with clients and the challenge of analysing peoples’ soft tissue needs motivates me. It is my personal belief that people can benefit from regular massage to help identify areas of muscular tightness and can help reduce painful symptoms by soothing nerve irritability."

Joanna Zach

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist
Works at: Broadgate EC2

Joanna is a qualified physiotherapist, however through the years of studying and gaining experience she found that her true passion lays in soft tissue work. Her keen interest in sport, sport therapy and human body led her to specialize in Sport and Remedial Massage Therapy. She completed a post graduate diploma at the North London School of Sport Massage and is a member of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage. Joanna has also travelled to India to complete a course in Ayurvedic Massage at the Ayurveda Institute.

Over the years she deepened her experience and improved her skills to the highest level working in various locations including clinics, yoga and wellbeing centres. A background in fitness and yoga teaching helps her to understand her clients needs and to help them to prevent injuries, improve muscle performance, recover faster, or simply relax tight muscles after sitting for long periods in the office.

Ricardo Alves Cruz

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist

Ricardo qualified as a remedial sport massage therapist and was trained by international bestselling massage therapist author Mel Cash, with ongoing training at the London School of Sport Massage.

He has treated international level athletes, A-listers and everyone in between! Ricardo has 15 years experience in both Berlin and London, with experience in Spa and fitness settings. As a testament to his ability, many of the trainers at the various gyms he works at see regular sessions with Ricardo a must, for themselves - so he must be doing something right!

He has a background in sports science and therapy and is equally well suited to easing common postural aches and pains, and aiding recovery from sports injuries or ongoing post workout soreness.

Kerstin Korber

Qualifications: Sports Massage Therapist

After qualifying as a Sports Massage therapist at Duesseldorf University Kerstin has worked in various Spas and Clinics including the famous Nivea Haus. Over the years Kerstin has gained a lot of experience in spa treatments such as swedish, hot stone and aromatherapy massage to relieve muscular tension and restore energy levels. Since arriving in the UK 3 years ago Kerstin has focussed more on injury treatment and muscle recovery, utilising deep tissue and sports massage techniques. She has worked in professional rugby and football, helping athletes to prepare for a match and recover quickly for the next game. The treatment is also designed to prevent injuries, restore full range of joint movement and optimise performance. She works for a media company twice a week where her aim is to relieve muscular stress and tension to reduce headaches, postural neck and back pain. She has also studied pregnancy massage a year ago which can help to relieve muscle cramps, spasms, and pain, especially in the lower back, neck, hips, and legs. It also reduces stress on weight-bearing joints, and can ease the pain of labor.

Angeline Jha

Qualifications: Ergonomic Consultant
BSc (Occupational Therapy)
HPC Registered
Works at:

Angeline Jha is a registered occupational therapist with 10 years experience in the field of workplace based injury prevention and injury management. In this time, Angeline has been providing injury prevention and rehabilitation case management services for private, government (NHS), self insured and third sectors in Australia and the UK. She undertakes initial assessments and worksite assessments to assess an employee’s fitness and capacity to work, develops suitable return to work programs, provides ongoing case management, support, advice and solutions, focusing on the occupational health and safety of the individual. She has extensive ergonomic and return to work consultancy experience and has provided guidance and presentations to employers on ergonomics, manual handling, management of stress claims and Disability Discrimination Legislation. Angeline has prepared expert reports for employers, insurance companies and solicitors on the vocational needs of individuals with a wide range of disability including musculoskeletal, spinal cord and head injuries. Combining her post graduate MBA qualifications with her strong interest in injury prevention, Angeline has worked collaboratively with a wide variety of employer groups to implement effective rehabilitation and well being programs to minimise compensable and non-compensable sickness absence and premiums as a result of disability. Angeline has been trained in undertaking Functional Capacity Evaluations.