Meet The Team
Jason is a New Zealand trained Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist graduating from Auckland University of Technology. He previously studied at Otago University in New Zealand completing a BSc in Anatomy and Structural Biology.
He has worked at a busy private practice in New Zealand and has experience with the management of a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries. During his time in New Zealand he worked with numerous sports teams including Rugby, Cricket, Netball and Hockey from an amateur to an elite level. He has completed post graduate courses in dry needling, kinesio taping, biomechanics of cycling and running, Pilates and manual therapy. Jason has a keen interest and passion for sports physiotherapy, in particular running related injuries.
In his spare time Jason enjoys the gym, playing numerous sports, running and travelling.
Annabelle Dalling - Women's Health Physiotherapist
Annabelle worked as a professional dancer for 10 years, performing with Matthew Bourne’s 'New Adventures’ and in West End Musicals. Once her career came to an end and having experienced some very effective physiotherapy treatment over the years, she decided to retrain.
She has since had 8 years experience working in a wide variety of specialisms at St George’s Hospital.
Her specialism of interest is Women’s Health, which involves a wide range of conditions, from pelvic girdle pain, carpel tunnel syndrome, through to incontinence. She has had further training in Pilates and Acupuncture, and advanced Manual Therapy for the Pelvic Floor training with Maeve Whelan.
Annabelle is a huge advocate of exercise, and feels it is very necessary for a healthy body and soul. She loves yoga, ballet or just lots of walking. She has two small children so (in theory) spare time would involve lots of yoga, theatre and travel!
Annabelle works at our Crystal Palace clinic.
Anthony studied Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton and is also a qualified sports massage therapist. Since graduating Anthony has worked in the private sector specialising in sports injuries and medico legal cases.
Additionally, Anthony works for local rugby team Sidcup Rugby Football Club, helping with match days and an evening clinic during the week. His clinical interests include acupuncture, manual therapy and exercise based rehab sessions.
Outside of work Anthony is a keen rugby and sports fan. He enjoys going to the gym and socialising with friends. Anthony is based at our Orpington clinic.
Ann qualified from the University of East London. She has since worked in large London teaching hospitals including Kings College Hospital. She has treated a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions including spinal pain, soft tissue injuries and post-operative rehabilitation.
Ann has worked with Crystal Palace Football Club’s Academy teams, English Institute of Sport Weightlifters and has experience in acute sports injuries and sports specific rehabilitation/injury prevention. She has a special interest in running assessments, lower limb rehabilitation and acupuncture. Ann also leads our Dizziness, Balance and Vestibular service.
Clare studied Physiotherapy at University of Brighton and has over 18 years’ experience in musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, within the NHS and private practice. This includes treating a wide spectrum of conditions including acute and persisting low back pain, post orthopaedic surgery and reconstruction as well as rehabilitation and sporting injuries.
Within the NHS, she is a Team Leader and works in Orthopaedic and fracture clinics, Haemophilia and out-patients. Clare is involved in regular weekly teaching and enjoys keeping up to date with the best research to help manage musculoskeletal problems more effectively. Currently Clare is completing MSc modules in Advanced Physiotherapy Practice.
Personally, Clare enjoys fitness and exercise. She is passionate that everyone should regularly exercise for their physical and mental well-being. Clare is based at our Crystal Palace clinic.
Our resident Northerner, Adam graduated from the University of Nottingham with a first Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. Since graduating, he has gained a wide range of experience in assessing and treating musculoskeletal conditions in both NHS and Private sectors.
A self-confessed geek, he has completed postgraduate qualifications in deep tissue massage, joint manipulation, acupuncture, taping and bio-mechanical analysis.
Adam is currently based at the Crystal Palace clinic. He has a special interest in sports injuries, particularly in the management of running related conditions, however Adam is no one trick pony! He will tailor treatment to your specific needs and overall goals.
When not perfecting his hair (his prize asset!), Adam is a keen runner who has completed numerous marathon and half marathon events. Renowned for his patient rapport, Adam is dedicated to getting you back to peak fitness and is committed to supporting you throughout your journey to full recovery.
Louise Renwick - Massage Therapist
As a deep tissue therapist, Louise uses sports massage techniques alongside the wisdom of Thai massage and her recent study of cranio-sacral therapy to ease tight and aching bodies, increase range of movement and unwind body tension.
An adolescence enjoying dance, athletics and rowing - and being injured more often than not - has fuelled Louise's desire to help other people heal and repair their bodies. She loves to work with clients from all walks of life and relishes the challenge of unravelling tension and improving the function of bodies, old or young. Over the past 4 year at CPPG this has included professional and amateur athletes, Paralympic swimmers, DIY fanatics, gardeners, yogis, marathon runners, desk based workers, stunt men (!) and many more.
Outside of the clinic, Louise's continued love of movement now draws her to spend time in nature, wild swimming and cycling. She's also a self-confessed yoga addict and is a Yoga Alliance certified teacher for both adults and teens.
Louise is based at our Crystal Palace clinic.
Stephanie is a Canadian trained physiotherapist who graduated from the University of Alberta with a Masters of Science in Physical Therapy. She also previously studied Kinesiology at Western University in Ontario.
In Canada, she specialized in musculoskeletal therapy and worked in a busy private practice. She has worked with patients of all ages and activity levels. Since graduating, Stephanie has completed courses in manual therapy and dry needling.
Stephanie enjoys working with all types of patients. Her goal for each patient is to give them the tools necessary to manage their rehab. Additionally, Stephanie believes that education empowers patients to better understand their injuries and the importance of treatment.
Stephanie is based at our Mottingham clinic. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, photography and traveling. Prior to moving to the UK, she also enjoyed playing golf and snowshoeing.
Jenna qualified as a physiotherapist from Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand. She has since worked as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist in both private and NHS clinics, and with premier level rugby teams in Auckland; providing side-line first aid and high level sports rehabilitation. She has treated a range of different musculoskeletal conditions including acute and chronic sports injuries, spinal pain and post-operative rehabilitation.
Being a keen runner herself, Jenna has a particular interest in running related injuries and sport-specific injury prevention and rehabilitation. She likes to use a combination of hands on therapy and exercise-based rehabilitation in order to achieve patient goals.
Outside of work Jenna enjoys travelling, running and practicing yoga. Jenna is based at our Crystal Palace clinic.
Caroline qualified as a Physiotherapist from St Georges, University of London in 2015. In addition, she also has Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Science.
Since joining the company in 2015 she has worked across the NHS, Private and Occupational Health services. Caroline uses a mixture of exercise and manual therapy within her treatment and has a Diploma in Sports Massage and is also Acupuncture trained.
Having recently moved to Manchester in 2018, Caroline currently works in Occupational Health and Private Physiotherapy services. In her spare time Caroline is a keen runner and enjoys strength training in the gym.
Caroline works at our Trafford and Stretford clinic.
Georgie trained as a gymnast until the age of nineteen and after experiencing many injuries and physiotherapy treatments herself, decided to pursue a career as a physiotherapist. She trained at Essex University, whilst working as an assistant physiotherapist throughout her training. After completing her physiotherapy training, Georgie chose to specialise in musculo-skeletal (MSK) rehabilitation and Occupational Health physiotherapy and began working for RehabWorks physiotherapy in Bury St Edmunds.
She has had further training in Sports Massage and Manual Therapy for the shoulder, lumbar, cervical and thoracic spines.
Georgie enjoys exercise and a balanced lifestyle, regularly partaking in swimming and weight training, yoga and Pilates.
Georgie works in our Bury St Edmunds clinic on Monday mornings and Thursdays afternoons.
Katie is a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with the Private Team at CPPG. Born and raised in the county of Cork, Ireland, Katie graduated from the University of Limerick in 2014. She moved to New Zealand in 2015 to start her career in physiotherapy and then on to London in 2017 to continue the journey.
Katie chose a career in Physiotherapy to help people in the community rehabilitate and achieve their personal goals. She also enjoys the analysis and problem solving involved when diagnosing a patient’s specific issues.
In her spare time Katie enjoys yoga, live music and road trips. Katie works at our Fulham clinic.
Nick studied Sport Science & Physiology (INT) at the University of Leeds and the University of Queensland, Australia before completing his Masters in Physiotherapy (pre-registration) at Brunel University. Nick joined the Private Team in 2018 and specialises in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. He has worked in both our Private and NHS Teams for CPPG, across many of our London Physiotherapy clinics. Now a full-time member of the Private team, Nick is based at our Crystal Palace and Croydon Clinics.
He has special interests in treating a wide variety of shoulder and lower limb injuries, as well as sports injury rehabilitation. Nick prides himself on building a strong rapport with his patients in order to help them achieve their goals. He is motivated to make rehab fun and regularly attends external courses to further improve his practice.
Outside of work, Nick enjoys attending live music, surfing, playing beach volleyball, and has now taken up the drums to annoy his neighbours. From day one at CPPG, he has adopted the nickname ‘Prince’ for his uncanny Prince William side profile, but we have yet to change his name badge.
Britt is from the Netherlands and graduated in Physiotherapy in 2011. She then specialised in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and finished her Master of Science in 2015. Britt has been working in the Netherlands for seven years in a private clinic located within a fitness centre. This year, she decided to combine two of her favorite things: working as a physiotherapist and London.
Britt has experience of a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, but mainly focuses on the management of people with neck and/or back pain. She also has a special interest in treating (chronic) pain. It is always a puzzle to find all the factors that play a role in a persons pain and it is her passion to find the right treatment together to solve and prevent it.
She likes spending time with friends and family, discovering London, play tennis or going for a run. She is a group fitness instructor as well who loves to teach Sh’Bam.
Britt is based at our Crystal Palace and Charing Cross clinics.
Kate is an Australian trained Physiotherapist, graduating from a Masters degree at Bond University in Queensland, Australia. She previously studied at Queensland University of Technology completing a Bachelor degree in Exercise Physiology. Kate has many years of experience working as an Exercise Physiologist in Australia, specialising in rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries and many other neurological conditions.
Since moving to London, Kate has gained experience working in both inpatient and outpatient settings within the NHS and private settings. She has treated a range of different musculoskeletal conditions; acute and chronic sports injuries, spinal pain and post-operative rehabilitation. Kate’s special interests include treating ankle and knee injuries, particularly running related injuries.
Kate works out of our Beckenham and Crystal Palace clinics. In her free time she enjoys travelling, running and pilates.
Andriana qualified as a physiotherapist in Greece in 2015, having studied at the University of Athens. She then completed her Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy Practice at the University of Birmingham, focusing on Sports Physiotherapy and in particular football.
Andriana worked as a physiotherapist in Athens and gained experience treating a wide variety musculoskeletal conditions, as well as post-operative and functional rehabilitation. Her clinical experience has been mainly in lower limb rehabilitation and sports injuries. Her special interests are treating soft tissue and ankle injuries, especially in runners and footballers.
Andriana has worked for a rugby team and was responsible for preventing and rehabilitating sports injuries. She is passionate about swimming and volleyball. Andriana works at our Crystal Palace and Islington clinics.
Claire Davies - Massage Therapist
Claire is a specialist massage therapist with over 10 years clinical experience. Her first introduction to massage came whilst at Drama School, where she learned techniques to help cope with the physical demands of her profession. After graduating, Claire went on to have a well-established career within London’s West End but also wanted to develop her interest in massage. Claire took a course in Anatomy, Physiology and Holistic massage. Her passion to learn, lead to a qualification in Clinical Sport and Remedial massage (BTEC L5) under the guidance of the Institute of Sport and Remedial Massage.
Claire now specialises in chronic or ongoing conditions, soft tissue rehabilitation, shoulder dysfunction and injury, swimming injury, pelvic and hip dysfunction, as well as pregnancy massage.
Helen qualified as a physiotherapist in 2013 from the University of the West of England. Helen began her career in the NHS, completing in and outpatient rotations before returning home to Cork (Ireland), where she worked in a neurological outpatient setting treating movement disorders along with musculoskeletal conditions.
Helen returned to London to complete a yoga course. She regularly practices yoga herself and now teaches classes across London. Helen’s aim is use yoga &
and pilates, where possible, as part of her treatment plans in the physiotherapy clinic.
Harry is originally from the South Coast of England and qualified as a physiotherapist from St Georges, University of London.
Harry uses a mixture of manual therapy and personalised exercises to make his treatment programmes fun and enjoyable, as well as using problem solving to tailor rehabilitation plans for his patients.
In his spare time, Harry plays county football and was vice-captain of the University football 1st team. He frequently enjoys running, weight training, cycling and is currently learning French. He also enjoys cooking, DIY and gardening – and is the lead of the St. Georges Hospital allotment project.
Harry joined the CPPG Private Services Team in 2018 and is based at our Kingston clinic.
Since receiving a First Class honours degree at the University of Hertfordshire, Emily has completed a number of rotations within the NHS hospital setting. These involved treating a variety of conditions such as patients post stroke, elective orthopaedic surgery and intensive care.
Emily is currently working full time within the NHS setting in a busy musculoskeletal outpatient physiotherapy department and also runs hydrotherapy classes at the hospital. Within this role she has treated a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions, including knee pain, shoulder pain, low back pain, hip pain and post-operative patients.
Emily joined the Private Services Team at CPPG in February 2018 and has clinics on Wednesday evenings and alternate Saturday mornings at our Mottingham Clinic.
In her spare time Emily likes to keep active with horse-riding, middle distance running and skiing.
Terry qualified as a physiotherapist in Hong Kong in 2014, graduating from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He has worked in one of the largest public hospitals, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Hong Kong. He worked with patients with a wide range of different musculoskeletal complaints, including upper and lower limb injuries, spinal pain and post-operative rehabilitation.
Terry completed an MSc Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy in the University of Birmingham in 2017, graduating with Award of Merits. Terry has also completed courses in manual therapy and acupuncture, and he is a certified kinesio taping practitioner (CKPT).
In his spare time, Terry enjoys traveling and workout at the gym. Prior to moving to the UK, Terry also enjoyed hiking and playing badminton. Terry works at our Mottingham, Croydon and Crayford clinics.
Sean is an Australian trained physiotherapist working out of our Crystal Palace and Waterloo clinics. He graduated from La Trobe University in Melbourne with a Bachelor of Health Sciences and Master of Physiotherapy. Since then, he has worked primarily in musculoskeletal and sports injury clinics, though has also held roles within an elite AFL academy and gymnastics program.
Sean has a passion and keen interest for general soft tissue injuries and rehabilitation, lower limb tendon and joint injuries, the sporting shoulder, running and sprinting injuries as well as persistent back pain.
Outside of work, Sean enjoys keeping fit, travelling, as well as staying up to date with his beloved AFL side, Essendon.
Katie graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University in 2012 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. She has since worked through a variety of rotations in the NHS for 3 years, before moving onto working in full time professional football with Hamilton Academical FC.
Katie enjoys working with a variety of patients and has a particular interest in sport specific injuries and rehabilitation. She is also interested in injury prevention strategies to help her patients maintain their activity levels and sporting participation.
Outside of her work and Uni studies, Katie enjoys the gym, running, swimming and going out for food with friends and family.
Elena Diaz - Pilates & Yoga Instructor
Elena started teaching in her native Spain and has worked with a broad range of clients from older adults to women-only groups and busy corporate young people. Elena is qualified in Kundalini yoga, Matwork Pilates Level 3, Ante and post natal exercise and is currently training in Exercise for Older Adults Level 3.
Elena has been teaching Yoga for 7 years and Pilates for 4 years having been a student of both herself for many years. Elena suffered lower back pain and postural problems from an early age and found the practice of both disciplines, especially Pilates, helped to free her from pain and get stronger and fitter.
Elena’s classes are open to all-levels, and she strives to create a warm and nurturing environment where everyone can feel safe and release their own full potential. She particularly enjoys working with older adults, because they tend to know their bodies very well, both strengths and weaknesses. Through Elena's guidance and inspiration, her clients understand that consistency is key and she finds it wonderful and rewarding to observe their progress.