David Harris – Clinical Director, Physiotherapist
David is highly qualified in manipulative therapy, sports and orthopaedic rehabilitation.
David has been a local in the West End for over 8 years and actively working as a Physiotherapist for over 12 years.
He was trained in New Zealand and has experience working with elite athletes assessing them for muscular imbalances. He has worked for professional sports teams and been part of the New Zealand Health team for the Olympics and Commonwealth games.
David has a strong reputation working in central London and works closely with Orthopaedic surgeons and GP’s in the area as well as strength and conditioning trainers which is what brought Oxford Circus Physiotherapy to fruition.
David lectures part time and mentors PGd students. He specialises in spinal pain, sporting injuries, muscular imbalance and exercise prescription.
Iwona Wowak – Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist
Iwona is qualified as a Level 5 BITEC in Sports and Remedial Massage from the London School of Sports Massage.
After 10 years in sport (athletics and volleyball) at a competitive level Iwona turned her attention to massage therapy. Iwona graduated from The Academy of Physical Education and has been a qualified massage therapist since 2004.
Iwona works closely with the Oxford Circus Physiotherapy team so that her clients can attain their health and sporting goals.
She specialises in Sports Massage, deep tissue and Swedish massage. Her aim is to provide a professional service, individually tailored to make sure all patients will achieve their optimum recovery as soon as possible.
Tessa Williams – Physiotherapist
Tessa is qualified in manipulative therapy, sports and orthopaedic rehabilitation.
She was trained in NZ and has experience working at a private physiotherapy clinic specialising in football and sports injuries. During this time she was also the physiotherapist for a premier league men’s football team and a national level woman’s football team.
Tessa has completed her Post graduate diploma in musculoskeletal physiotherapy as well as becoming a credentialed McKenzie therapist in the mechanical diagnosis and therapy of the spine.
She has a strong interest in back and neck injuries with a focus on the spinal discs and referred pain as well as sports injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
Zoe Jessop – Physiotherapist
Since qualifying Zoe has worked in the UK and New Zealand in an NHS setting and in private practice treating sports related and work place injuries.
She has trained and worked in clinical Pilates and rehabilitation, and worked with rugby clubs. She has also worked in film and the performing arts with dancers, and has taught ante-and post natal exercise classes.
Zoe has a special interest in sports rehabilitation and the prevention of injury, work place injuries and pre and post natal conditioning of the core.
Susan trained in the UK and has over 14 years of musculoskeletal physiotherapy experience in both the NHS and private sectors.
She has a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine and has worked for professional teams such as London Broncos RLFC, Saracens RUFC and The Great Britain Rowing Team. She strongly believes in a multidisciplinary collaborative team approach to enhance recovery from injury.
Susan is highly experienced in the rehabilitation of complex musculoskeletal pathologies and has a special interest in foot and ankle injuries, biomechanical analysis and muscle imbalance assessment.
Daniel Boullé – Strength & Conditioning Coach
Daniel has ten years experience in the health, fitness and sports performance industry and is a highly experienced and qualified coach.
Dan also offers Intermittent Hypoxic Training a new innovative technique of breathing short bursts of “alpine-like” air through a mask, alternated with room or “ambient” air.
This can also be utilised by those travelling to altitude and wishing to prepare for their trip. Furthermore IHT has a purported effect on fat loss and sports performance.
Matt Grove – Strength & Conditioning Coach
Matt has six years experience within the health and fitness industry. He has a Bachelor (Hons) in Sport and Exercise studies and has previously competed in Premiership and Championship Rugby.
Matt is an accredited strength and conditioning coach through NSCA and UKSCA. Matt is currently studying MSc Strength and Conditioning Science at St Marys University and specialises in Olympic lifting, strength training, nutritional planning and weight management.
Anthony has worked within the health and fitness industry as a Personal Trainer, Strength and Conditioning Coach, and as a manager of a major chain sports club. As PerformancePro’s elite cycle and triathlon coach he has prepared enthusiastic amateurs and elite athletes for competition.
In addition, Anthony currently races on the British domestic scene and has also completed both the Etape du Tour (Amateur stage of the Tour de France) and La Marmotte cyclo sportive (Ranked as the hardest race in the French Alps).
Laurent is a Nutritionist, Exercise Physiologist, and Lecturer specialising in performance (sports) nutrition, weight management, physique transformation, metabolic fitness testing, and wellness for active people, athletes, overweight & obese people.
Laurent works with all kinds of people from all walks of life who share a common interest in being fit and healthy.
Lindsay Holden – Performance Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist
Lindsay is a Nutritionist specialising in dietary manipulation for sport and exercise, weight management, and wellness.
For the past few years Lindsay has been working in London as a health and fitness professional practicing as a Nutritionist and Personal Trainer. During this time she has developed her skills through working with a vast range of individuals from recreational athletes, weight loss clients and those with specific health ailments including gastrointestinal dysfunction, certain skin conditions and energy imbalance.
Scott Robinson – Performance Nutritionist and Exercise Physiologist
Scott holds a First Class Honours degree in Sports Science (Physiology) and a Masters degree in Sports Physiology (awarded with Distinction). Scott has a Doctoral Researcher Scholarship at the University of Birmingham, which is home to the leading research department in the UK for Sports Science.
Scotts focus is based around that of the significance of fat oxidation for the prevention of metabolic disease and the maintenance of lifelong health.