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The freedom of movement you will feel following a session will help with all aspects of your life, from sporting through to everyday. Remove the stresses and enjoy your life.

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Remove your pain and correct your movement patterns to create Movement Health for your body. Change the way you move.

About Body Logic Health and the Team

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Directors

PAUL GOSS MCSP HCPC KCMT

Paul Goss MCSP HCPC KCMT

Director of Body Logic Health

Paul qualified in 1994 at Manchester University and began to work at Ealing Hospital NHS Trust, alongside London Scottish Rugby Club. During this period he worked in most areas of physiotherapy but it was always musculoskeletal injuries that appealed the most. It was from here that he first moved into full time private practice, where he has been working since the end of 1997. During 1999 he set up the first o the two clinics, Body Logic Health and has focused on building a team around the Movement Health concept since this point.

Paul undertook the Movement Solution Course in 2010 and has since continued his studies at Keele University, recently passing these modules, he is now an accredited Movement Control Physiotherapist. Around this time, running and triathlons entered into the spectrum and Paul trained as a Running Coach, adding to his skill set to work with clients from all backgrounds to help them achieve their goals. To further progress the Movement Specialist side of his development he completed the full training for The Performance Matrix, now recognised as TPM Active. This is the industry gold standard for movement analysis and screening, and is fully integrated into the Body Logic Health ethos.

Paul has completed numerous Olympic and Sprint Triathlons, cycling events including LEJOG, Ride London & Caledonian Etap. Along with this he has played club level Cricket & Rugby, all helping to build his understanding of training, events and sports specific loading for the body.

Paul has also worked with the following sports teams:

  • London Scottish Rugby Club
  • Middlesex Cricket Club
  • MCC Young Cricketers
  • Britain’s & World’s Strongest Man Competitions
  • Clapham Chasers Running Club
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Juliet Goss

Director of Body Logic Health

Juliet studied politics with European studies at UWE before going to work for IMG as a PA to the Vice President of Sales and Marketing.  After a year she moved to join the organising team behind Britain’s and World’s Strongest Man where she worked as the Athlete’s co-ordinator.

This led to a career in organising events for both charities and private companies.  Whilst on maternity leave she became a virtual PA and book keeper for a number of companies. During this time she helped start up and run Body Logic Supplies a sister arm of Body Logic Health which imported physio and rehab products from Australia.

After 5 years we took the decision to incorporate Body Logic Supplies into Body Logic Health.  She runs both businesses.  Outside of work she competes in triathlons and aquathlons.

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Administration Team

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Victoria Cunnah

Operational Manager

Victoria graduated from University College London in 1998 with a BA Hons in German. She became Sales and Marketing Manager for Enya Ltd in London – a Menswear Distributor of German and Dutch clothing brands – travelling throughout the UK and Ireland. After a 6 month career break to travel the world, Victoria joined Vivid Interiors (now rebranded as Overbuy Retail and Leisure) as Business Development Manager forging new business relationships and bringing in opportunities to tender for interior refurbishment projects in the Hotel, Leisure and Retail sectors, including a £6 million refurbishment contract for Malmaison in Reading and a number of projects in the Dorchester Hotel in London.
She is now responsible for Body Logic Health’s Business Operations and Accounts.

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Joanna Krokos

Front of House

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Aleeyah Watson

Front of House

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Lorraine Pacheco

Front of House

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Gillian Munday

Front of House

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Chartered Physiotherapists

PAUL GOSS MCSP HCPC KCMT

PAUL GOSS MCSP HCPC KCMT

Clinical Director, Chartered Physiotherapist & Running Coach

Paul qualified in 1994 at Manchester University and proceeded to work for three and a half years at Ealing Hospital NHS Trust. During this period he worked in most areas of physiotherapy but it was always musculoskeletal injuries that appealed the most. It was from here that he first moved into full time private practice, where he has been working since the end of 1997.

During this period Paul has undertaken numerous weekend courses to aid in his development as a physiotherapist. These have covered many of the various techniques used within the profession. He works very much as a manual therapist focusing largely on the body’s biomechanics, relating this to dysfunction. Paul has a special interest in hypermobility and the associated retraining.

Paul undertook the Movement Solution Course in 2010 and has since continued his studies at Keele University, recently passing these modules, he is now an accredited Movement Control Physiotherapist. Having completed this work, to further progress the Movement Specialist side of his development he complete the full training for The Performance Matrix. This is the industry gold standard for movmeent analysis and screening, and is now something that is fully integrated into the Body Logic Health ethos.

Paul has also worked with the following sports teams:

  • London Scottish Rugby Club
  • Middlesex Cricket Club
  • MCC Young Cricketers
  • Britain’s & World’s Strongest Man Competitions
  • Clapham Chasers Running Club
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Terho Heinola

Clinical Director

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AMY HARMSWORTH MCSP HCPC KCMT

Chartered Physiotherapist, Clinical Pilates & Running Coach

Amy graduated from King’s College London in 2008 and has worked within the NHS, Ministry Of Defense and private sector. Her NHS work incorporated most areas of physiotherapy, including orthopedics and neurology, alongside her main interest in musculoskeletal injuries. While working for the Ministry of Defense Amy became involved in assessing altered biomechanics during training of injured recruits. This has lead to her special interest in treatment of lower limb conditions, alongside injury prevention in sport for both the adolescent and adult sportsman. Amy participates in Triathlons and is interested in the common injuries sustained within this area.

 

She has completed several postgraduate courses including Orthopedic Manual Therapy and Clinical Pilates. Through her varied experiences and post-graduate learning, Amy focuses on tailored treatment for each of her patients involving manual therapy and exercise prescription.

 

Amy has worked as a physiotherapist for:

  • GB Paralympic Cycling Team
  • London South Africa Rugby team
  • London Marathon- both elite and non-professional participants
  • The London-Paris Bike ride
  • London 2012 Olympics

 

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PATRICK KENNY MCSP HCPC BASRAT

Chartered Physiotherapist & Running Coach

Patrick qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator and Trainer from St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham in 2008. In 2009 Patrick joined up with the Indian Athletics Medical Team and was placed in charge of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Patrick attended the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi where the Indian Athletics Team surpassed their medals target by 300%, collecting a total of 12 Medals.

Subsequently, Patrick undertook consultancy work for Mittal Champions Trust who sponsors elite athletes in India. He looked after individual wrestlers and shotgun shooters in the build up to and during the 2012 London Olympics where his athletes collected a silver and bronze medal.

Patrick has recently completed an MSc in Physiotherapy at Brighton University adding another string to his bow. Patrick strongly believes in manual therapy techniques integrated with functional kinetic chain rehabilitation. This enables patients to fully recover from their dysfunction and return to their activities stronger than before. Further to this, Patrick feels patient education is paramount to ensure a quick return to full fitness as the patient will then be able to identify bad habits and correct them by themselves.

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Alex Parford MCSP HCPC

Chartered Physiotherapist

Alex qualified from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2012 and proceeded to work for a charity in the south of the country before returning up north to work in St Helens NHS trust for 6 months. During this period he worked in a number of areas but musculoskeletal was always his main area of interest.
It was from here that Alex moved to work for Sale Sharks rugby team where he originally started working with the junior academy. After one season he changed roles to working with the senior academy and first team. He worked for the club for two years and in which time he was part of a medical team that had the lowest injury rates in the premiership.

In the last four years Alex has completed a number of physiotherapy courses to help further develop him as a physiotherapist. He works very much as a manual therapist but enjoys spending time using his rehabilitation knowledge to ensure his patients can return to full function.

Alex joined the Body Logic Health team in January 2016 and is enjoying the transfer to a clinic based setting.

Alex has worked with the following sport teams:
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Melbourne Football Club

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TERESA CALHENO MCSP HCPC

Chartered Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates

Teresa qualified in 2012 from Oporto University of Health Sciences in Portugal with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She has worked for two years in Portugal and over the past year as a Chartered Physiotherapist in the UK, mainly in the private sector with musculoskeletal conditions.

She played basketball for more than 10 years with a physiotherapist role in the last 4 years with the same team.

With the variety of injuries treated she believes the movement control is key to avoiding problems, recurrence of symptoms.

Teresa has completed several postgraduate courses including Kinesio Taping and Clinical Pilates. She is passionate about manual therapy and muscle function and aims to be a specialist in movement analysis to evaluate and plan the management of complex musculoskeletal pain.

In her spare time she enjoys staying active in the gym, doing yoga and enjoying running.

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SAM WELLS MCSP HCPC

Chartered Physiotherapist & Running Coach

Sam has recently completed an MSc in Physiotherapy at Kings Hospital London adding another string to his bow. He believes in manual therapy techniques integrated with functional kinetic chain rehabilitation.  Sam qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator from St. Mary’s University College in 2012. Since graduating Sam has been working at Gloucester Rugby Club. Here he was responsible for the injury prevention and rehabilitation of the senior squad and academy players. It was working in this elite environment where Sam developed his rehabilitation methods to return athletes’ back to activity quicker and keep them injury free.

 

Sam’s previous background includes a number of roles in professional sport, at London Irish RFC, Swindon Town FC and most recently Salisbury City FC providing rehabilitation, pitch side cover and soft tissue treatment for the academy squad.

 

Since graduating, Sam has completed the SAQ International: Performance Sport Movement Award, specifically focusing on drills and training methods to develop athletes’ speed, agility and quickness.

 

Sam has represented England Colleges at Rugby Union and was a national standard swimmer in his youth, so has empathy and understanding for how training and fitness is important for optimum performance.

 

Sam really values ‘knowing the individual’ in his training session and using this personal approach identifies key goals for the client and a self-awareness of body capability to help them achieve their personal best performance.

 

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SAM WELLS BASRAT

Running & Performance Coach

Sam qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator from St. Mary’s University College in 2012. Since graduating Sam has been working at Gloucester Rugby Club. Here he was responsible for the injury prevention and rehabilitation of the senior squad and academy players. It was working in this elite environment where Sam developed his rehabilitation methods to return athletes’ back to activity quicker and keep them injury free.

 

Sam’s previous background includes a number of roles in professional sport, at London Irish RFC, Swindon Town FC and most recently Salisbury City FC providing rehabilitation, pitch side cover and soft tissue treatment for the academy squad.

 

Since graduating, Sam has completed the SAQ International: Performance Sport Movement Award, specifically focusing on drills and training methods to develop athletes’ speed, agility and quickness.

 

Sam has represented England Colleges at Rugby Union and was a national standard swimmer in his youth, so has empathy and understanding for how training and fitness is important for optimum performance.

 

Sam really values ‘knowing the individual’ in his training session and using this personal approach identifies key goals for the client and a self-awareness of body capability to help them achieve their personal best performance.

Sam has recently completed an MSc in Physiotherapy at Kings University London adding another string to his bow.

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PATRICK KENNY MCSP HCPC BASRAT

Chartered Physiotherapist & Running Coach

Patrick qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator and Trainer from St. Mary’s University College, Twickenham in 2008. In 2009 Patrick joined up with the Indian Athletics Medical Team and was placed in charge of assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of injuries. Patrick attended the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi where the Indian Athletics Team surpassed their medals target by 300%, collecting a total of 12 Medals.

Subsequently, Patrick undertook consultancy work for Mittal Champions Trust who sponsors elite athletes in India. He looked after individual wrestlers and shotgun shooters in the build up to and during the 2012 London Olympics where his athletes collected a silver and bronze medal.

Patrick has recently completed an MSc in Physiotherapy at Brighton University adding another string to his bow. Patrick strongly believes in manual therapy techniques integrated with functional kinetic chain rehabilitation. This enables patients to fully recover from their dysfunction and return to their activities stronger than before. Further to this, Patrick feels patient education is paramount to ensure a quick return to full fitness as the patient will then be able to identify bad habits and correct them by themselves.

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LAURA DALBY BASRAT

Head of Running Evolution & Sports Nutritionist

Laura qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator and Trainer from Middlesex University, London 2009. Since graduating, Laura has worked in semi-professional football and at St Albans Athletics Academy where her work with experienced coaches helped develop strong rehabilitation protocols to ensure a quick return to sport and prevention of further injury.
Laura also had the opportunity to attend two Altitude training camps at the British Olympic Association camp in Austria and another warm weather training camp in Spain. Assisting the coaches with strength and conditioning sessions enabled Laura to develop essential skills in correcting movement patterns to ensure optimal training.

In 2011 Laura completed an Internship with Sports Medicine Australia in Brisbane, Queensland. This involved work with the community to educate on the importance of injury prevention with information on stretching and warm ups in addition to teaching local PE Teachers, sports coaches and young people vital skills in injury rehabilitation.
Laura has since worked in Rehabilitation Case Management and in a Private Physiotherapy Practice providing Sports Massage, in addition to regularly volunteering her sports massage skills for charity at the London Marathon and other events over the last few years.
Recently Laura has completed a postgraduate level 5 diploma in Sports Massage to further develop this aspect of her clinical skills. A firm supporter in the benefits of sports massage, Laura believes that in conjunction with her rehabilitation and training skills she can help clients reach their health, fitness and sporting goals.

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JACK COLLIS BASRAT

Running & Performance Coach

Jack is a qualified Sport Rehabilitator from St Mary’s University and joined us in May 2015.

Jack has previously worked with a number of professional sports clubs. These include; Queens Park Rangers FC first team, Ealing Trailfinders RFC, AFC Wimbledon first team. Where he performed injury rehabilitation, hydrotherapy and soft tissue therapy sessions.

Working with this variety of elite athletes, he further developed his rehabilitation and soft tissue skills to not only return the athletes back to play, but to prevent reoccurring and further injuries. He has also provided pitch side cover for a number of teams.

Jack has also had previous experience in clinics, such as the St Mary’s rehabilitation clinic. Where he was responsible for the assessment, management and rehabilitation of the university athletes.

Jack is a keen sportsman and participates in a number of sports including running, squash and has played for his university football team. So he understands the importance of training, injury prevention and successful rehab for his clients to maintain and improve there performance levels.

Jacks’ treatment approach utilizes manual therapy with functional rehabilitation, where the focus is not just on the injured structure but also on eliminating the causes of the injury/dysfunction. This allows clients to not only recover from the injury or dysfunction but also minimize the risk of reoccurrence.

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Lucy Sparks BASRAT

Clinical Pilates, Running & Performance Coach

Lucy graduated from Coventry University with a BSc in Sports Therapy. During her time at university she completed placements working in the university sports injury clinic and at Earlsdon Rugby Club. After finishing university, she stayed on to work for Earlsdon Rugby Club for the following year; covering pitch side safety and managing the injury clinic mid-week. During this time Lucy also became a level 3 qualified personal trainer with level 2 CPD training in sports nutrition. She is currently training in clinical Pilates for rehabilitation and performance.

Lucy’s main sports have always been gymnastics and netball. During her childhood she competed in gymnastics on all four pieces, and shortly after became a level one qualified gymnastics coach. She also represented her university as first team captain of the netball team throughout her 3rd year. Lucy attended specific strength and conditioning sessions for two years at university, which built her a good base level background for developing sports-specific injury retraining and conditioning alongside her degree.

Lucy believes attention to detail in picking up specific movement faults is the key to composing an individual tailored retraining programme that can take you from injury to performance.

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Sports Massage Therapists

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Costel Raicu

Sports Massage Therapist (ITEC L5)

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LAURA DALBY BASRAT

Head of Running School & Sports Massage Therapist

Laura qualified as a Sports Rehabilitator and Trainer from Middlesex University, London 2009. Since graduating, Laura has worked in semi-professional football and at St Albans Athletics Academy where her work with experienced coaches helped develop strong rehabilitation protocols to ensure a quick return to sport and prevention of further injury.
Laura also had the opportunity to attend two Altitude training camps at the British Olympic Association camp in Austria and another warm weather training camp in Spain. Assisting the coaches with strength and conditioning sessions enabled Laura to develop essential skills in correcting movement patterns to ensure optimal training.

In 2011 Laura completed an Internship with Sports Medicine Australia in Brisbane, Queensland. This involved work with the community to educate on the importance of injury prevention with information on stretching and warm ups in addition to teaching local PE Teachers, sports coaches and young people vital skills in injury rehabilitation.
Laura has since worked in Rehabilitation Case Management and in a Private Physiotherapy Practice providing Sports Massage, in addition to regularly volunteering her sports massage skills for charity at the London Marathon and other events over the last few years.
Recently Laura has completed a postgraduate level 5 diploma in Sports Massage to further develop this aspect of her clinical skills. A firm supporter in the benefits of sports massage, Laura believes that in conjunction with her rehabilitation and training skills she can help clients reach their health, fitness and sporting goals.

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JACK COLLIS BASRAT

Running Coach & Sports Massage Therapist

Jack is a qualified Sport Rehabilitator from St Mary’s University and joined us in May 2015.

Jack has previously worked with a number of professional sports clubs. These include; Queens Park Rangers FC first team, Ealing Trailfinders RFC, AFC Wimbledon first team. Where he performed injury rehabilitation, hydrotherapy and soft tissue therapy sessions.

Working with this variety of elite athletes, he further developed his rehabilitation and soft tissue skills to not only return the athletes back to play, but to prevent reoccurring and further injuries. He has also provided pitch side cover for a number of teams.

Jack has also had previous experience in clinics, such as the St Mary’s rehabilitation clinic. Where he was responsible for the assessment, management and rehabilitation of the university athletes.

Jack is a keen sportsman and participates in a number of sports including running, squash and has played for his university football team. So he understands the importance of training, injury prevention and successful rehab for his clients to maintain and improve there performance levels.

Jacks’ treatment approach utilizes manual therapy with functional rehabilitation, where the focus is not just on the injured structure but also on eliminating the causes of the injury/dysfunction. This allows clients to not only recover from the injury or dysfunction but also minimize the risk of reoccurrence.

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Lucy Sparks SST BASRAT

Sports Massage Therapist & Clinical PT

Lucy graduated from Coventry University with a BSc in Sports Therapy. During her time at university she completed placements working in the university sports injury clinic and at Earlsdon Rugby Club. After finishing university, she stayed on to work for Earlsdon Rugby Club for the following year; covering pitch side safety and managing the injury clinic mid-week. During this time Lucy also became a level 3 qualified personal trainer with level 2 CPD training in sports nutrition. She is currently training in clinical Pilates for rehabilitation and performance.

 

Lucy’s main sports have always been gymnastics and netball. During her childhood she competed in gymnastics on all four pieces, and shortly after became a level one qualified gymnastics coach. She also represented her university as first team captain of the netball team throughout her 3rd year. Lucy attended specific strength and conditioning sessions for two years at university, which built her a good base level background for developing sports-specific injury retraining and conditioning alongside her degree.

 

Lucy believes attention to detail in picking up specific movement faults is the key to composing an individual tailored retraining programme that can take you from injury to performance.

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Teresa Calheno

Chartered Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates

Teresa qualified in 2012 from Oporto University of Health Sciences in Portugal with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She has worked for two years in Portugal and over the past year as a Chartered Physiotherapist in the UK, mainly in the private sector with musculoskeletal conditions.

She played basketball for more than 10 years with a physiotherapist role in the last 4 years with the same team.

With the variety of injuries treated she believes the movement control is key to avoiding problems, recurrence of symptoms.

Teresa has completed several postgraduate courses including Kinesio Taping and Clinical Pilates. She is passionate about manual therapy and muscle function and aims to be a specialist in movement analysis to evaluate and plan the management of complex musculoskeletal pain.

In her spare time she enjoys staying active in the gym, doing yoga and enjoying running.

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AMY HARMSWORTH MCSP HCPC KCMT

Chartered Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor

Amy graduated from King’s College London in 2008 and has worked within the NHS, Ministry Of Defense and private sector. Her NHS work incorporated most areas of physiotherapy, including orthopedics and neurology, alongside her main interest in musculoskeletal injuries. While working for the Ministry of Defense Amy became involved in assessing altered biomechanics during training of injured recruits. This has lead to her special interest in treatment of lower limb conditions, alongside injury prevention in sport for both the adolescent and adult sportsman. Amy participates in Triathlons and is interested in the common injuries sustained within this area.

 

She has completed several postgraduate courses including Orthopedic Manual Therapy and Clinical Pilates. Through her varied experiences and post-graduate learning, Amy focuses on tailored treatment for each of her patients involving manual therapy and exercise prescription.

 

Amy has worked as a physiotherapist for:

  • GB Paralympic Cycling Team
  • London South Africa Rugby team
  • London Marathon- both elite and non-professional participants
  • The London-Paris Bike ride
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Lucy Sparks SST BASRAT

Clinical Pilates & Rehabilitation

Lucy graduated from Coventry University with a BSc in Sports Therapy. During her time at university she completed placements working in the university sports injury clinic and at Earlsdon Rugby Club. After finishing university, she stayed on to work for Earlsdon Rugby Club for the following year; covering pitch side safety and managing the injury clinic mid-week. During this time Lucy also became a level 3 qualified personal trainer with level 2 CPD training in sports nutrition. She is currently training in clinical Pilates for rehabilitation and performance.

 

Lucy’s main sports have always been gymnastics and netball. During her childhood she competed in gymnastics on all four pieces, and shortly after became a level one qualified gymnastics coach. She also represented her university as first team captain of the netball team throughout her 3rd year. Lucy attended specific strength and conditioning sessions for two years at university, which built her a good base level background for developing sports-specific injury retraining and conditioning alongside her degree.

 

Lucy believes attention to detail in picking up specific movement faults is the key to composing an individual tailored retraining programme that can take you from injury to performance.

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Susie Astbury

Lead Acupuncturist

Susie graduated from St Georges & Kingston University in 2006 with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy.

Susie has worked as physiotherapist at the Oxford Radcliffe NHS Hospital Trust, where she gained valuable experience working in a world class Trauma & Orthopaedics department. She has also worked at Lewisham Hospital NHS Trust where she has managed a complex and diverse caseload. Here she gained experience in specialist women’s health physiotherapy, ACL rehabilitation, spinal rehabilitation and lone working for a GP practice.

In her spare time she is a keen musician and dancer and as a result has a special interest in posture and alignment, for example, the relationship between posture and shoulder impingement or neck and back pain. She is also interested in using mindfulness techniques to increase body awareness.

Susie has trained in clinical pilates and is passionate about teaching precision movement, both in group and individual settings. She is also trained in acupuncture.

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