BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, PGDip Manual Therapy, MMSC, MSc. Sports Ex Phys., MCSP, HCPC.
Wellington College Lead Physiotherapist & Modus Physiotherapy Director.
Adam graduated from Nottingham University with a First Class BSc (Hons) in 2008. Prior to studying physiotherapy Adam attained a BSc in Sport & Exercise Science, and an MSc in Sport & Exercise Physiology. He is currently completing another MSc in Manual Therapy.
His physiotherapy career has seen him work within the NHS, private practice and alongside various sporting institutes, including British Triathlon, England RFU, and Middlesex and Ruislip RFC. This has given Adam experience of working with a wide range of patients, from office workers to elite athletes.
Over the last 4 years Adam has begun to increase his specialism in young athletes, working with former junior British triathlete Sky Draper, England U16 rugby and Royal Ballet scholars. Currently he is the head physiotherapist at Wellington College, carrying out clinics, medical support, injury prevention screening and first team rugby cover. With the extensive knowledge he has acquired Adam has also presented at various medical seminars and parent interest groups, and was a lead physiotherapist at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, 2014.
Adam has a particular interest in knees, shoulders, and sports injuries. He prides himself on delivering evidence based treatment, and believes in using effective manual therapy alongside patient-specific rehabilitation to ensure fast and lasting injury relief.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc Sports Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC.
Eli graduated from the University of Cape Town in 2007, and has been working in private practice in the U.K. since 2012.
Eli has recently completed an Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Bath, which built on the extensive field side experience in rugby, gymnastics and rowing that she has gained over the last ten years. She has particular expertise in the assessment and management of adolescent sporting injuries, and looked at injuries in school-level rugby in her Masters Dissertation. Eli is also qualified in the instruction of Mat and Equipment Pilates, and the application of Dry Needling.
Eli is passionate about staying current with the fast-moving field of physiotherapy, and aims to translate evidence-based approaches to the individual patient. This involves supporting her patients to be empowered and enabled to improve their health and function, and to reach their meaningful goals.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC
Since graduating from Kings College London in 2000, Philippa has gained over 15 years experience working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist both in the NHS and private practice. Regularly attending post graduate courses to keep her skills up to date in hands-on manual therapy, rehabilitation and acupuncture. She has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation having worked at the Commonwealth Games, with British Gymnastics, the English National Ballet and more recently the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Specialising in hands-on treatment and rehabilitation her aim is to treat, educate and rehabilitate her patients to achieve their own individual goals, be that returning to work, walking the dog or their next marathon.
Philippa is trained in acupuncture, Clinical Pilates, Neurological Physiotherapy and Video Gait Analysis. She enjoys teaching and educating patients and believes understanding the problem is key in rehabilitation. She has organised and lead many clinical lectures to colleagues, GPs and patient groups and also has experience as a clinical educator for student physiotherapists.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC
Chantal graduated from Nottingham University in 2007. Working in the NHS she has gained valuable experience across all areas of specialty which has allowed her to become a holistic and well-rounded therapist. Neurology has always been her passion, and since 2012 she has specialised in Neurological Rehabilitation.
Chantal has attended Bobath training courses in normal movement, assessment and treatment of adults with neurological impairment, and the treatment and management of patients with multiple sclerosis. She is also a member of ACPIN – a specialist interest group for physiotherapists in the field of neurology. This allows networking across London, Oxford and Aylesbury (Stoke Mandeville Hospital) and continued professional development.