Physiotherapists

Kelly Robinson
Physiotherapist & Rehabilitation Team Operations manager, Clinical Pilates Instructor, Run Specialist
Kelly Robinson
BSc (Hons) (Physio)

Kelly graduated in Physiotherapy in 2003 and after a few years in the NHS, has spent 10 years working in top private practice and sports clinics in London. She has worked alongside professional teams and athletes, predominately in rugby, athletics and skiing, working in France with the GB and British Army Ski Teams. Kelly combines hands on treatment with Pilates based rehabilitation, to ensure her patients are not just treated but cured! Kelly plays a lead role heading up our Physiotherapy team and developing new services and clinics.

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Michael Mefo
Physiotherapist & Golf specialist
Michael Mefo
BSc (Hons) (Spt&ExSc), MSc (Physio)

Michael’s extensive experience in private sports injury clinics and NHS in the UK, Australia and Abu Dhabi allowed him to broaden his scope of practice and develop a variety of evidence-based treatment techniques. His approach is underpinned by a thorough assessment, aimed at discovering underlying causes of a condition, working closely with patients to implement the most effective rehabilitation strategy, promote full function and improve performance. His special interests are sports injuries, golf-specific injuries, musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions, and post-surgical rehabilitation.

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Vaughan Thomas
Physiotherapist
Vaughan Thomas
BPhty, PGDipSportsMed

Vaughn has extensive experience in treating professional sports teams & elite individuals and applies the principles of high performance to his patients' rehabilitation and health optimisation. With a special interest in spine, shoulder and knee pathology, the conservative management strategies Vaughan employs are founded in clinical movement assessment via biomechanical video analysis. Conditions seen & treatment modalities include Shoulder pain, Low back pain, Neck Pain, Thoracic pain, Knee pain, Tendinopathies, Orthopaedic rehabilitation of the Shoulder and Knee, complex & refractory musculoskeletal conditions, Running injuries, Biomechanical assessment, Sporting technique assessment and Adolescent musculoskeletal disorders. Vaughn has completed postgraduate studies in Sports & Exercise Medicine and holds certifications in Advanced Dry Needling, Running Biomechanics, Rehabilitative Ultrasound Imaging, Mechanical Diagnostic Therapy, and High-Performance Strength & Conditioning.

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Christine Flynn
Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor
Christine Flynn
BSc (Physio), MSc (Spt&ExMed)

Christine graduated in 2006 from University College Dublin before completing her Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2008. She has worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for over a decade, alongside high level hockey and rugby teams. Following a move to London, Christine found her key area of interest was functional rehab. She underwent extensive Clinical Pilates training and joined a well-established private practice on Harley Street. Here she treated a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and contributed to the Pilates and ergonomics services. In her spare time she enjoys keeping active and travelling.

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Neilé Brown
Special interest in hip, knee and groin injuries.
Neilé Brown
BSc (Hons) (Physio)

Neilé studied Physiotherapy at University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE) in 2011. His most recent role was working as a Senior MSK Physiotherapist for Nuffield Health in the UK treating patients presenting with both acute and chronic injuries. He actively contributed to reputable health promotion events, including the London marathon in support of Alzheimer’s Research UK and regional half marathon events. In addition, Neilé worked at Hartpury RFC helping to facilitate return to sport for athletes through use of interventions such as individualised exercise programmes, soft tissue manipulation and mobilisations. Neilé has led a number of rehabilitation classes for post-operative ACL reconstructions and chronic musculoskeletal conditions. Neilé’s sporting interests include football, weight training (physique competitions) and running (sprinting – 100m/200m events). He also has a special interest in complex hip and groin pathologies

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