John graduated in 2001 from King's College London and has worked predominantly in musculoskeletal outpatients since then.
He obtained the Diploma of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine in 2006, the Diploma in Injection Therapy in 2011 and is now qualified as a non-medical prescriber.
John has attended courses in shoulders, trigger point therapy, electrotherapy and acupuncture. He has a particular interest in myofascial release and has attended several courses in this area. He has worked in the award winning Surrey Heath Orthopaedic Treatment and Triage Service and has close links with many orthopaedic consultants in the area. He is currently part of the chronic pain team for Surrey Heath.
Prior to qualifying as a physiotherapist, John gained a B.Sc in Medical Biochemistry and has studied psychology with the Open University. He is a free lance lecturer in pathology for physiotherapists.
Carolyn trained at King's College Hospital in London and has over 25 years experience predominantly in musculoskeletal work with all ages.
Carolyn has post qualification training in Sports Medicine, Maitland mobilisations, Trigger Point Therapy, McKenzie exercise programmes and Swiss Gym Ball exercises.
Carolyn regularly attends courses to keep updated with current clinical evidence based practices.
She has a special interest in persistent pain and is part of the chronic pain team for Surrey Heath.
Rome graduated in South Africa with a degree in physiotherapy in 1996. She has worked in the UK for many years as a senior physiotherapist in hospitals and the private sector.
She has undertaken additional post-graduate training in acupuncture and has a certificate in Manual Therapy.
Rome is our Women's Health Specialist. She can treat problems associated with passing urine including pain, increased frequency, incontinence and incomplete emptying. She can also treat unexplained pain in the back, pelvis or genital area and has completed courses in pre and post natal care.
Following Richard's graduation from Southampton University in 2008 he has practised as a Specialist Podiatrist in various setting for the NHS and in private practice. Richard holds an interest of all areas of Podiatry, however his real passion lays in the musculoskeletal field of Podiatry, in particularly lower limb biomechanics and sports injuries.
Richard is committed to continual professional development and maintenance of the highest level of skills and knowledge, having attended numerous postgraduate conferences and training courses, notably passing the Diabetic Foot Module and intends to pursue an MSc in lower limb biomechanics and musculoskeletal Podiatry.
Charlie qualified from Kings College London in 2010 and has since then worked in both the NHS and private sector.
He has gained further training in spinal manipulation, acupuncture and Pilates (having completed the APPI mat work one course). He has a special interest in spines, shoulders and TMJ problems as well as management of chronic pain patients. He currently also works as a sports physiotherapist with experience working with Surrey County Cricket Club as well as London Broncos Rugby League Academy.
Liz qualified in 1983 and has over 20 years experience largely in musculoskeletal out patients but also works part time on the orthopaedic wards in hospital.
She has a deep commitment to helping her patients and excellent communication skills.
She has a special interest in Pilates and currently runs classes having qualified as an APPI Pilates Instructor.
Amy trained in physiotherapy at Southampton University and since then has gained a Sports Massage ITEC qualification.
She completed her rotations at Woking before becoming a senior physiotherapist at Farnham Hospital.
Since then she has gained experience seeing a wide variety of complex cases referred from GPs and orthopaedic consultants. She is a keen cricketer and plays to county standard.
Helena studied her Physiotherapy degree at South Bank University in London and has previously obtained Sports massage training which she has been practising for over 5 years.
Helena has a passion for gym and strength training, she is particularly interested in sports injuries and chronic low back pain.
Claire qualified as a massage therapist in 2012. She works in the Samson Centre Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Group helping to run exercise classes
After qualifying in Level 3 Sports massage therapy, Claire became the massage therapist to Bracknell Rugby Club, and also worked in pitchside first aid.
She joined the practice in 2014 as a massage therapist offering soft and deep tissue treatment. She is also a member of the Pain Clinic team.
Sandy trained in 1999 as a Surgical Chiropodist at The SMAE Institute and is a member of The Health Care Professions Council.
She can treat a wide range of common foot conditions including The Diabetic Foot, fungal nail infections, bunions, verrucas, corns and calluses.
She can also treat fingernails and regularly attends training courses to keep up to date with new clinical practices and treatments.
Nicki started working for the practice in 2012 and is now the Reception Supervisor sharing the role with her colleague Vikki.
Her role is varied including running the reception area, administration of the clinics including physiotherapy, podiatry, Pilates, dermatology, aneurism screening, and orthopaedics!
She is also responsible for all financial invoicing.
Nicki is a mum of two and also helps run her partner's business on her days off.
Vikki has worked within the practice for since 2012.
She works as a job share with Nicki. The role they do is varied, including the running of reception, all the administration and the financial invoicing. They look after all the many different clinics that are held on site including aneurism, Dermatology and Podiatry and orthopaedics.
Vikki is the mum of 4 children and runs her busy house.