Sam Wright B.Sc Physio

 

State Registered Physiotherapist with Health Professional Council

Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

Sam qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 from Leeds Metropolitan University.  After qualifying he has gained experience in a variety of areas, initially moving to Nepal to work at a dedicated spinal injuries rehabilitation unit, then working with Bristol Rugby club before moving into the private healthcare sector.  His main clinical interest is in sports injuries.

In his spare time Sam likes to keep fit by playing rugby, and has completed Tough Mudder events as well as raising money for charity by cycling the length of the Leeds and Liverpool canal.

 

Tom Green B.Sc Physio

 

State Registered Physiotherapist with Health Professional Council

Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapists

Tom qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 and has a wealth of experience including amateur and professional sporting environments, full NHS junior and senior training, and leading private clinics in both the UK and Australia.  With a Masters Degree in physiotherapy and Bachelor of Science Degree in sports conditioning, Tom blends a vast set of skills and knowledge within his treatments.  As a result, he is highly skilled in treating aches and pains, sports and general injuries, and managing postoperative rehabilitation including upper limb, lower limb and spinal surgery.  

As a rugby player, Tom understands the importance of speedy recovery and pain free movement.  It also means that he has the physical capability to work into deep tissue and spinal injuries to maximise recovery.

 

 Karen Champion MFHT

 

Karen is a qualified holistic therapist with an ITEC diploma in Aromatherapy, Reflexology, massage and Indian head massage. Karen also qualified in sports massage in2007 and FA treatment and management of sport injuries in 2009.

Whilst qualifying for the above she gained experience by carrying out voluntary work at Bristol Rugby club, treating first team players. Karen likes to keep fit and has run the Bristol half marathon several times and the Bath half marathon once.

 

Kim Richards

 

Kim qualified as a personal trainer and sports therapist in 1998.  Kim has taught a lot of high impact classes and through this realised the importance of a strong back and core.  This lead Kim to qualify as a Pilates instructor 4 years ago.  Since her children started school, Kim has become a keen runner and her pilates background really helped stretch her tight muscles and imporve running posture.

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