About us

What We Do

Our aim is to assess, diagnose and treat using manual therapy, postural correction and exercise programmes to maximise recovery potential.

Our team of physiotherapists can provide pain relief and rehabilitation for a wide range of conditions: Sports Injuries, Post operative orthopaedic surgery, Neck and shoulder pain, Low back pain, Knee, hip and foot rehabilitation, Arthritic joints, Repetitive strain injuries.

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Sports injuries

We aim to get you back to sport faster. Our clinicians have worked with international athletes at Olympic and commonwealth game level.

POST OPERATIVE REHABILITATION

Post operative rehabilitation

We provide state of the art rehabilitation following your orthopaedic surgery. Your surgeon liaises directly with our team and we keep in close communication with your consultant to ensure the best continuity of care.

Back

Back and neck pain

Our team specialise in spinal manual therapy. This includes joint mobilisation manipulation and soft tissue therapy

Meet our Team

Our Clinicians have a wealth of experience and are ready to help

David Harris
David Harris

Clinical Director and Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist

David holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal diagnostic ultrasound which includes ultrasound guided injections and is an Independent Prescriber of medicine. He is highly qualified in manipulative therapy, sports and orthopaedic rehabilitation. David has been a local in the West End for over 16 years and actively working as a Physiotherapist for over 20 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. He specialises in Diagnostic scanning, Ultrasound-guided injections, spinal pain, sporting injuries, muscular imbalance and exercise prescription.

Zoe Jessop
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.

Rebecca Armstrong
Rebecca Armstrong

Physiotherapist

Rebecca is a New Zealand trained Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. She qualified with a BHSc (Physiotherapy) from Auckland University of Technology. Her passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy saw her working in a high performance sports clinic in New Zealand previously. Rebecca is trained in clinical Pilates and has a special interest in sports injuries with a focus on improving biomechanics and movement efficiency. She is a multi-sport and track athlete herself so enjoys working with runners and adventure sport type athlete’s. Her passion for sport and biomechanics has lead her to take on a multidimensional approach to rehabilitation.

Louisa England
Louisa England

Physiotherapist

Louisa has extensive experience treating an array of conditions - from the couch potato to the elite athlete. Everyone is unique, therefore every treatment approach is tailored to each individual and their specific conditions. All treatments are evidence based to enhance recovery and achieve best possible results. To ensure optimal treatment, Louisa keeps up to date with the latest research and is even published in the journal for Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. She works closely with renown orthopaedic consultants, podiatrists and running coaches to ensure the patient recieves the best care.

Lisa Arthurs
Lisa Arthurs

Physiotherapist

Lisa is Canadian physiotherapist who trained in the UK and Canada. Prior to studying Physiotherapy, Lisa completed a BSc in Kinesiology which initiated her passion for working with atheletes across the athletic spectrum. Lisa has worked in the UK in both the NHS and private practice and has recently returned from a sabbatical to New Zealand and Australia. Lisa has vast experience utilising a strong rehab focus to treatment including pilates based exercise while also incorporating manual into her practice. Lisa is our in-house Women’s Health Physio treating a wide arrange of conditions such as pregnancy-related back pain, urinary incontinence, diastatis rectus, pelvic girdle pain, among others. Lisa has a special interest in post-natal return to exercise and she is the go-to for any woman’s post-natal pre-return to exercise assessment. At Oxford Circus Physio Lisa uses real time ultrasound for bio feedback during pelvic floor and abdominal assessments. When she isn't working Lisa is a keen triathlete and has recently started training in crossfit to compliment her training.

Leanne Fuhr
Leanne Fuhr

Massage Therapist

Leanne qualified as a Registered Massage Therapist in Canada and has extensive experience in both clinical and high performance sport environments. In addition to her busy clinical practice, she was the Massage Therapist for Swimming Canada’s High Performance Centre in Vancouver, BC, attending the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, World Championships and other international & domestic events with the Senior National Team. Leanne’s enthusiasm for athletics of all types drove her to pursue a career in massage therapy. She has a special interest in work related repetitive stress injuries and in women’s health. She has experience treating acute and chronic conditions related to a range of activities including swimming, cycling, endurance running and competitive dance. Leanne believes that anyone can be considered an athlete, regardless of fitness level or experience, and is also respectful of the athlete’s drive to get back to training as quickly as possible.

David Burliston
David Burliston

Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist

David is a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist with a wealth of experience in the musculoskeletal and sports fields. As well as working as Nike and Converse’s lead Sport Physiotherapist for the last 15 years, David has spent 10 years as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist in Guys and St Thomas NHS Accident and Emergency Department. He has worked as an ergonomic and wellbeing advisor for multiple companies across London, and has experience of running steroid injection clinics in the Harley Street area. He regularly teaches to clinical groups, including fellow physiotherapists, doctors and consultants. He is passionate about providing quality care for people with traumatic and non traumatic injuries and pain. In order to facilitate this, David uses a range of assessment and treatment methods, including diagnostic musculoskeletal ultrasound and strength & conditioning training. His qualifications include a Masters in Sport and Exercise Medicine, Postgraduate Diplomas and Certificates in Diagnostic Musculoskeletal Ultrasound, Independent Prescribing of Medicines, Orthopaedic Medicine and Injection Therapy. David has worked at multiple sporting events, ranging from BUCS competitions to FA tournaments and trackside at the London 2012 Olympics.

Sean Roche
Sean Roche

Physiotherapist

Sean is a highly motivated physiotherapist that enjoys working with his clients to help them achieve their personal goals. Since qualifying in 2014 with MSc in Physiotherapy, Sean has worked in orthopaedic, sport and private practice settings. He has a special interest in treating sports related injuries as well as rehabilitating clients after surgery. Undertaking a MSc in Sports and Exercise Medicine has further improved his knowledge in these areas and he actively utilises these skills both in his clinics and in sport settings - having previously worked with rugby club academies, he is currently working with Fulham FC academy. Sean’s primary aim is to facilitate his client’s rehabilitation, minimise their recovery time and where possible for them to return at a higher level than pre-injury.

Louise Sullivan
Louise Sullivan

Office Manager

Louise is the friendly face you greet first when you come to see us. She is able to answer all of your questions regarding the process of booking appointments and what type of appointment is right for you. If you have questions relating to your health insurance cover or invoicing enquiries then Louise can help.

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