Meet our dedicated team


Matthew Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Matt is a New Zealand trained physiotherapist who qualified from Auckland University of Technology in 2017.

He has spent his career working across the musculoskeletal speciality within private practice, sports and orthopaedic settings.

He has a special interest in post operative and sports physiotherapy having worked with New Zealand representatives of cricket, football, hockey and gymnastics.

Matt believes a holistic and tailored approach to every problem is the key to success.

In his spare time he enjoys cricket, golf, diving and the outdoors in general.


Rudi Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

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Rudi qualified in physiotherapy with honours in 2012 from Brunel University and has been working in the private practice ever since; seeing patients with everything from sports injuries, back pain, whiplash to postural pain and post-operative rehabilitation. She holds post graduate qualifications in Pilates and specialist clinical Pilates in Pregnancy. Rudi uses her post graduate training in acupuncture, alongside her manual skills, neural mobilisations, stability and progressive strength and conditioning knowledge for injury rehabilitation.

She has a keen interest in psychology and the psychosocial factors that influence pain presentation and is studying part time in psychodynamic counselling. She incorporates this knowledge alongside her other skills to provide a holistic approach to chronic pain and when managing patients to return to sporting activity at any level.

Outside of work she spends her time baking, doing yoga, and enjoys everything crafty and creative.


Josh Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

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Josh graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from Queen Margaret University (Edinburgh). Since then he has been practicing as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist in GP practices and in private practice. Previous to this he worked as a specialist physiotherapist in the NHS musculoskeletal department. Through this, he has gained a wealth of experience within the discipline of musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Josh keeps up to date with the most current evidence based treatment techniques and has a commitment to provide the best treatment experiences for his patients. He believes that every individual unique and that one’s problem can be multifactorial. He also believes that one’s mindset and physical wellbeing are strongly interlinked. To achieve results, he uses various modalities such as; manipulations, medical acupuncture, dry needling, electrotherapy, myofascial release as well as a collaboratively tailored rehabilitation program. He is also a certified sleep science coach and is currently undergoing another degree in Traditional Chinese Acupuncture.
He also has had experience working in the sport of rugby and football. Josh has also competed at a national level in swimming and previously been in the military. He understands the rigors of a robust training program, nutrition as well as having the appropriate mindset towards rehab.
Josh believes in a holistic approach towards achieving results and loves to help his patients achieve their goals. Outside of work he is a keen traveller and enjoys going to the gym

Inge Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

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Inge trained as a Chartered Physiotherapist in Bristol 20 years ago, with previous BSc Hon Physiology/ Pharmacology  at King’s London University  and  career in corporate health promotion ( setting up International services for companies such as Freshfields law firm, European Commission Brussels) Inge has vast experience.

Her assessment is thorough in order to identify the origin of your pain. She will explain it to you in a way you understand, deliver effective treatment (mobilisation, sports taping, ultrasound to accelerate tissue healing, trained in acupuncture but does not use needles here only acupressure). She designs short, effective bespoke exercise programmes and corrects maladaptive movement that may predispose you to injury in the future. Her approach if something is injured is not to put a ceiling on performance but to use biomechanical understanding to show you how the non-injured body/mind can support the part that needs to heal whilst maintaining optimal performance and minimal pain.

Having worked in London teaching hospitals such as the Royal Free (responsible for complex condition management services working alongside neck/back/hip/knee specialist clinics) as well as her previous role as  Clinical lead in a Westminster private physiotherapy practice working closely with Harley Street consultants, she is in a good position to help steer you through the labyrinth of health care and coordinate with other professionals. With over 30% of GP appointments reported as “medically unexplained, she has set up innovative graded therapy services in teams with immunologists and rheumatologists. These services have been involved in global research trials with a track record of effective treatment for chronic fatigue/fibromyalgia/burnout.

Her clients cover the whole spectrum – sedentary or active lifestyles, sportsmen (amateur to international level), old, young (children included), weary, demotivated or ready to go, everyone welcome. Sessions vary; sometimes people come once, others until their goals are met and others find they want to come more, as things they thought they’d have to live with start getting fixed – you decide!