Mirco graduated from the University of Salerno, Italy in 2016. Mirco has previously worked with patients following minor car injuries. He works for Premier Physical Healthcare in the West Berkshire area and has a keen interest in sports physiotherapy. .
Christie graduated as a physiotherapist in 2016 and worked within the NHS and Birmingham City Football academy. Christie has recently completed her Masters degree at University College London, specializing in Orthopaedics intervention and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation. Christie has a passionate interest in acute musculoskeletal medicine with a specialized skill set in Acute Trauma and Outdoor First Aid. She provides a variety of treatments such as dry needling, kinesiology taping, athletic taping, as she aspires to help patients with diagnosed conditions, utilizing her knowledge and experience in assessing her patient's ability to achieve their milestone. Christie also enjoys treating sports-related injuries in swimming, tennis and golf, to enhance sports performance with the aid of physiotherapy. To continue her professional development, she is working towards a steroid injection course, with the goal to introduce platelet rich plasma injections for musculoskeletal condition as a physiotherapist in the future.
Clare qualified in 2000 and started her career working in the NHS where she quickly specialised in the field of musculoskeletal medicine. After leaving the NHS she worked in football for five, developing a solid understanding and experience of sports physiotherapy. Clare has worked for Premier since 2005 starting as a senior physiotherapist. Since 2007 she has been part of the senior management team and now manages the operations and clinical practice across the UK. she is involved in private care and NHS care. Clare has a special interest in Pilates and functional stability/rehabilitation she is a qualified Pilates instructor as well as a senior physiotherapist and so combines her competent manual therapy clinical skills with specialised individual rehabilitation.
Emma qualified in 2009 from Manchester Metropolitan University, she spent two years working within the NHS before starting at a private firm and specializing in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Emma is an experienced manual therapist, some of the techniques she uses includes spinal mobilisations, soft tissue massage, myofascial release and trigger point massage to name but a few. Emma is also competent in exercise prescription and is a qualified acupuncturist and disability assessor.
Nick is a highly skilled physiotherapist having developed his practice with the Ministry of Defence and sports for many years. He graduated from Oxford Brookes University and later gained an MSc in Sports and Exercise Physiotherapy from Cardiff University, furthermore he is an accredited member of the Association of Charted Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM). Nick has worked with multiple Olympians and other elite athletes through junior and senior programmes, such as, Great Britain Hockey, GB Judo, British Bobsleigh, England Athletic and England Badminton. Whilst also at major sporting events traveling with the GB team to the Summer World University Games 2017 in Taipei, World University Karate Championships 2016 in Portugal, also he has worked at the World Half Marathon Championships 2016 in Cardiff, European Games 2015 in Baku, Olympic Games 2012 in London, as well as a number of UK School Games and University (BUCS) National Finals. Currently he is Lead Physiotherapist for Oxford University Blues Rugby Teams and has worked in rugby in the local counties and with the Wooden Spoon Marauders at international 7s tournaments. With his wealth of experience, you would be hard pushed to find a sport he hasn't had involvement in. This has led to expert skills in movement analysis, injury prevention and rehabilitation of any individual, tailoring care to their requirements and aiming for a robust recovery to limit recurrence whilst maximising their performance in any task.
Ingvild qualified from Teeside University in Middlesborough in 1999 following a previous degree in Sports Science from her native Norway. Ingvild joined Premier in 2014 as Regional Manager in Kent where she oversees a team of four physiotherapists across 12 NHS and Private clinics. Ingvild is a keen sports woman and does a lot of running, in particular long distance. She has competed at a high national level within Biathlon in Norway and was on the B-team for Norway. Her main interest is sports physiotherapy, and rehabilitation.
Anna qualified from University of East London in 2012. She has worked in private practice since qualifying, specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injuries. Very keen on supporting women's sports she has enjoyed volunteering for many local sports teams including women’s netball and football.
I qualified from Sheffield Hallam University with an Msc in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I have experience in a wide range of hospital physiotherapy departments, including intensive care, acute trauma and neurosurgery units. I enjoy working with all individuals and a broad range of injuries. However working with musculo-skeletal conditions and sports injuries have always been my main focus. I always strive to achieve the therapeutic goals set up together with my clients through personalised functional and specific rehabilitation and exercise prescription and by combining treatment methods. In treating patients I use a variety of techniques including joint mobilization, soft tissue release, kinesio-taping , advice and education.
Deborah gained her Bachelors of Physiotherapy followed by a Msc Sports Bio mechanics degree from Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen Scotland. She specialises in orthpaedics and sports injuries(Manual therapy, instrumented based tissue mobilisations)
Daniel qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in Portugal in 2013. Since then has worked in Neuro-Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in both hospital and private settings. Daniel has extensive experience treating sporting and work related injuries, however he has a special interest in movement biomechanics, running and treating the lower limbs from the pelvis to the feet. In his practice Daniel uses a range of techniques including manual therapy, acupuncture and movement re-education. Daniel has one goal only, to provide the best treatment and see his patients return to full capacity as quickly as possible.
Prior to gaining his physiotherapy qualifications Russell worked as a personal trainer for over six years working with high level athletes and actors. He lived in America coaching football for over four years before returning and working at Chelsea F.C which also included coaching a disability football team. Since graduating as a physiotherapy Russell was worked with a wide variety of patients where he also carried out the shoulder rehabilitation class on a weekly basis, he has keen interests in wide variety of activities including football, basketball, badminton and scuba diving.
Juliet qualified from Kings College London with a Bsc Honours degree in Physiotherapy in 2011. She completed an additional diploma in sports massage and started working with a local rugby club as well as specialising in occupational physiotherapy to maximise her exposure to a variety of patients and circumstances. Juliet enjoys treating patients from high level athletes to the average office worker and has completed further training in manipulation, mobilisation, ergonomic desk assessment and qualified as an acupuncture practitioner.
Cecile qualified in 1999 and since worked in France and England in both the public and private sectors. She is passionate about and has extensive experience in “lifestyle” physiotherapy, promoting movement and facilitating rehabilitation in everyday life. Cecile has developed these skills through her professional experience, working with corporate organisations such as Unilever and BP as well as extensive experience in sports with a Paris based semi-professional rugby league club, NEC Harlequins youth development and other adhoc sporting events such as the Handicapped Tour de France and London Marathon.