Practitioners

  • Physiotherapy

    Chris Rawson

    I have always had a keen fascination with the body’s uniqueness and complexity and growing up have always needed physiotherapy for a variety of sporting injuries. Deciding to fulfill a career in physiotherapy for me was a no-brainer and something which I thoroughly enjoyed training for.   I am a graduate of the University Of Read More..

  • Nick Jordan

    Nick graduated with a Masters in Osteopathic Medicine at Surrey University, during his degree he worked as a sports massage therapist for 4 years getting an in-depth understanding of the causes of musculoskeletal pain.   Nick is also qualified in dry needling, and can apply this within his treatments too if appropriate and with permission. Using a Read More..

  • Pippin Hackett Physiotherapist Physiotherapy

    Pippin Hackett – Physiotherapist

    I graduated from the University of Southampton in 2002 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy.  I spent 5 years working in NHS hospitals in Brighton and London.  I gained experience across a wide range of specialities all of which contribute to my understanding and amazement of how the body works and how we can Read More..

  • Cycling injury

    Jonathan Ellsmore

    Jonathan has been working as a fully qualified Sports Therapist since 2007; treating a variety of people from football players, runners, golfers and cyclists, to those suffering from work-related conditions. He is also a qualified Personal Trainer. I am a keen cyclist and in my spare time I can often be found whizzing along Surrey’s more about Jonathan Ellsmore >

  • Owen Rist

    OWEN RIST  (M.Ost) Owen  was awarded a distinction on graduating from the British School of Osteopathy with a ‘Master of Osteopathy’ (M.Ost) degree. He also achieved a BSc (Hons) degree in Exercise Science from Sheffield Hallam University, and holds a level 3 diploma in Sports Massage Therapy. He has a passion for natural health and more about Owen Rist >