Jonathon CookBSc (Physiotherapy), BSc (Sports & Exercise Science)
Jon graduated from the University of Brighton with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science in 1999, and then went on to study at St Georges Hospital Medical School where he graduated in 2003 with a BSc in Physiotherapy. He then spent 5 years working in the NHS and subsequently private practice. He has also worked for a number of sports teams from amateur to international level from rugby and football, to lacrosse and athletics.
MSc (Physiotherapy), BSc (Sports & Exercise Science)
Dave graduated from Birmingham University with a degree in Sports and Exercise Science, then moving on to undertaking an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2002 at Queens Margarets University College in Edinburgh. He has worked in both the NHS and private sector, and has helped with the English Lacrosse team and the Scottish FA, amongst other sports teams and groups.
Susie McLoughlinBSc (Sports Science & Leisure Management)
Sports Massage Therapist
Susie graduated from Brunel University with a BSc in Sports Science and Leisure Management in 1999. She then went on to work in a Sports Performance and Rehabilitation clinic, during which she studied part-time at St Mary's College, later graduating in 2008 with a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports Rehabilitation. She has worked with a number of sports professionals including England rugby players, professional footballers and international athletes.
Claire O'KaneBSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist and Women's Health Specialist
Claire is a Chartered Physiotherapist with over 10 years experience working with all types of injuries from small aches and pains, to long term chronic problems. Her physiotherapy has excelled since taking the Integrated Systems Model physiotherapy course, as well as since commenting Yoga training. Claire works in a very holistic way, making sure she treats the root cause of the pain her patients are experiencing. Claire also has a special interest in Women's Health Physiotherapy and treats women antenatally, post-natally, and in the later years when changes in the pelvic floor can effect bladder, bowel and pelvic alignment.
Vaida LewisBSc (Physiotherapy)
Vaida graduated in 2006 with a BSc in Physiotherapy, having previously gained a degree in Public Health Science. She has over 5 years' experience within the NHS musculoskeletal area, where she has developed excellent diagnostic skills and knowledge.
Sarah Van Der RietMSc (Sports & Performance) MCSP, SRP
Sarah graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2004, and has subsequently worked in private practices in South Africa and the UK. She completed her MSc in Sports & Performance Physiotherapy at Kings College London in 2010 and shortly after took up a position at the English National Ballet School and the Central School of Ballet. Through this work with elite dancers Sarah has developed an interest in lower limb conditions and hypermobility. She believes in an integrated approach to physiotherapy treatment and it passionate about helping people to achieve their full potential, no matter what their activity levels are. Sarah has a keen interest in rehabilitation and is a qualified matwork and equipment Pilates instructor. She also believes in the power of education and has previously led courses to train Physiotherapists how to teach Pilates.