Meet the Team
MSc Sport and Exercise Physiology, PGDip Manual Therapy, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) Sport and Exercise Science, MMACP, MCSP, HCPC.
Musculoskeletal Specialist Physiotherapist, Director Modus Physiotherapy Ltd
Adam graduated from Nottingham University with a First Class BSc (Hons) in 2008, and attained a PG Dip in Manual Therapy and MACP accreditation in 2019. Prior to studying physiotherapy Adam also attained a BSc in Sport & Exercise Science, and an MSc in Sport & Exercise Physiology. He has also completed numerous professional qualifications, including level 3 advanced life support, acupuncture and dry needling techniques.
Adam’s physiotherapy career has seen him work within the NHS, private practice and alongside various sporting institutes, including British Triathlon, England RFU, Scotland RFU and the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. This has given Adam experience of working with a wide range of patients, from office workers to elite athletes.
Over the last 7-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 lead physiotherapist at Wellington College, carrying out clinics, medical support, injury prevention screening and first team rugby cover.
With the extensive knowledge Adam has acquired over the past 10-years, he now regularly presents at various medical seminars, teaching GP’s, nurses and therapists on the management of sporting injuries.
Adam has a particular interest in knees, shoulders, and sports injuries in all patient groups. He Prides himself on delivering evidence based treatment, and using effective manual therapy alongside patient-specific rehabilitation to ensure fast and lasting injury relief.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC
Senior Physiotherapist & University Lecturer
Since graduating from Kings College London in 2000, Philippa has gained over 20 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 led many clinical lectures to colleagues, GPs and patient groups, and works at Winchester University as a clinical lecturer teaching physiotherapy students.
MSc Rehabilitation Science & Physiotherapy, PGDip Sports Medicine, BSc (Hons) Sport & Exercise Science, MCSP, HCPC.
Specialist Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
Dan qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008, completing his NHS rotations in North London alongside working in professional football with Crystal Palace FC.
In 2010 Dan moved to work full time at West Ham United FC, spending 5 years as senior academy physiotherapist, combining this with completing Post-Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine health and exercise at University College London. During this time he also worked as Lead research physiotherapist at the University of Bath and The military’s rehabilitation centre at Headley Court.
Most recently Dan has worked as Senior physiotherapist at Worcester Warriors RFC, spending 4 years as senior and lead physiotherapist with the first team.
This background and experience accumulated over the past 14-years has given Dan a strong specialism in lower Limb injuries and sports rehabilitation. He takes pride in delivering comprehensive treatment plans, ensuring patients achieve their goals of returning to sport or having an active pain-free lifestyle.
Along side his work at modus he is also a consultant physiotherapist for the FA working with the girls development pathways.
Away from work he enjoys family time and many sports, watching and playing when he can!
MSc Rehabilitation Science & Physiotherapy, BSc Sport Rehabilitation, MCSP, HCPC
Hannah graduated from University of Brighton with her MSc in Rehabilitation Science (Physiotherapy) in early 2017. Prior to studying physiotherapy Hannah also attained a BSc in Sport Rehabilitation from St Mary’s University with first class honours back in 2015. She has also completed numerous professional qualifications in manual therapy, rehabilitation and dry needling to keep her skill set up to date.
Since qualifying Hannah has worked within a range of specialisms in the NHS, private practice and the sporting industry, including paediatics, elderly care and intensive care. She has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy and rehabilitation having worked at her local rugby club as lead medical support for many years but has also had experience within football, dance, gymnastics and hockey as well as assisting during a number on London Marathons.
Hannah’s main aim with all individuals is to take a holistic approach to treatment and ensure both herself and the individual have the same realistic expectation which can be achieved with a good level of communication and education. Her mission is to treat, educate and rehabilitate her patients to achieve the individualised goals set.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC.
Kelly graduated from Cardiff University in 2020 achieving a First Class BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Following completion of her medical placements with the NHS, Kelly began to specialise within musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. Joining the team at Modus Physiotherapy in 2021, Kelly has undertaken clinics treating various muscle and joint conditions, alongside managing concussions and their return to sport.
Kelly comes from a sporting background, having swam the channel at aged 14, represented Great Britain in Triathlon World Championships and European Championships, and represented the South of England in Hockey. Throughout her sporting career Kelly has had to overcome numerous injuries, and understands the frustration and desire to return to sport quickly. Through delivering effective manual therapy techniques, and prescribing personalised rehabilitation programs, she aims to get patients back to fitness as soon as possible.
BSc Sports Therapy
Olivia graduated from the University of Gloucestershire in 2019 with a 1st Class BSc Honours degree in Sports Therapy. During her final year she completed an internship working with semi-professional and ex-professional athletes at Cinderford RFC. Her graduation was immediately followed by taking up a position for the 2019/20 season with premiership rugby club London Irish where she worked with youth and senior athletes. Alongside her time at London Irish, she also balanced the responsibility of providing medical assistance to the National Norwegian Rugby team; travelling to international fixtures in both Norway and Austria respectively.
Despite having a passion for rugby and contact sports, Olivia’s own personal history and experience as a British synchronised ice skater and ski instructor provides a wholly separate insight and understanding of more technique and performance orientated sports.
Since joining the team at Modus Physiotherapy in 2020, Olivia has acted as lead medical support for Sandhurst Town FC, alongside running private treatment clinics carrying out soft-tissue and manual therapy for a variety of sporting injuries such as back, neck and shoulder pain. Having worked in rugby Olivia has a keen interest in knee and ankle injuries, prescribing tailor-made rehabilitation and performance programs for athletes and weekend warriors alike.
MSc Sports Therapy
Sports Therapist and Masseuse
Since graduating from University of Chichester with an MSc in Sports Therapy, Paul has worked within private clinics and sports clubs. Following placement working at professional rugby union club, Ospreys RFC, Paul took on the lead medical role at Bracknell Town FC. Overseeing match day medical cover, injury prevention and treatment clinics, Paul has continued to build a comprehensive knowledge in both exercise prescription and manual treatment techniques.
Paul believes in using effective hands-on treatment to aid in accelerating recovery from injuries, alongside a tailor made exercise regime to address any physical impairments.
When not working, Paul enjoys reading, watching rugby and keeping fit at the gym.
"Have a had great acupuncture, physio and sports massage from various different modus therapists- all very helpful with a great manner."
"I have been treated by 3 therapists at Modus now and can say all are of the highest quality."
"I can safely say the assessment and treatment I received at Modus is the best physio service I have ever had. Following a thorough assessment I was educated as to what was wrong, given some hands on treatment and exercises for home. Thank you so much."
"I took my 12 year old daughter to Modus and was so relieved to know they had expertise in treating children. They picked up on her hip injury straight away and referred us to a specialist. This is in spite of having seen previous physio’s who had told us completely different things. Thank you."
"Both Adam & Philippa have looked after my 4 children over the past 6-years, and being rugby boys they have brought various challenges. Each time they have delivered excellent care and I feel safe knowing they are being cared for to the highest standards."