Amy Qualified from Coventry University in 2007. Amy started work at King’s College hospital in London completing her junior rotations. Alongside this Amy started her work in the sporting field with an amateur rugby club before moving to Richmond RFC (National 1). Amy specialised in Musculoskeletal and sports in 2009. After 10 months working in Australia Amy now works with Oxford Blues, TASS athletes based at Oxford Brookes and Premier’s clinic at Virgin Active in Oxford.
Nathan studied Physiotherapy full time at Salford University. Having covered all core areas his final placement was at Wigan Athletic Football Club to specialise in sport. After finishing at university, he started work at an independent physiotherapy and sports injury clinic in his home town where he assessed and treated a variety of musculoskeletal injuries and pathologies on a day to day basis, including rehabilitation. He has recently joined the Premier Therapy team for the fantastic opportunity for professional development.
Stephen qualified in 2007 with a BSc Honours degree in Yorkshire. After completing his rotations in the NHS he chose to specialise in sports physiotherapy both working in Rugby League and private practice. Stephen specialises in rehabilitation from the elite sportsman or woman to the casual enthusiast enabling a reduction in pain and enhancing performance. Soft tissue work, mobilisations and manipulations are some of the tools used to achieve this goal. Stephen is qualified in Acupuncture, Pilates and Golf Performance and Injury Management and maintains a healthy appetite of sports competing in triathlons and rowing events.
Following graduation from King's College London, Simon has worked for Nigerian National 7s and 15s sides, Esher 1st XV as physio and player and a variety of International Samurai 7s sides, journeying to Prague and Rome, before joining Premier.Simon currently works within Premier's NHS clinics and privately at Crossfit Aldgate. He also has a keen interest in sporting injuries and return to play of injured athletes.A keen rugby player in his spare time, he can be seen representing Richmond FC 1st XV in National 1.
Sarah has been working as a Physiotherapist for ten years after graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2004. She gained valuable experience working in London based NHS hospitals before specialising her skills solely into the musculo-skeletal outpatients setting five years ago. Sarah has developed a special interest in the rehabilitation of lower limb disorders particularly those related to running or sports injuries.Sarah has acquired post graduate skills in acupuncture, myofascial taping and manual therapy techniques which are regularly incorporated into treatment sessions.
Liam qualified from Nottingham University in 2011, entering the NHS and completing a variety of disciplines including working in multiple Musculoskeletal Outpatient clinics and the Major Trauma Centre in Oxford. During this time Liam also built up Sports Physiotherapy experience, including working for Premier with St.Edwards School 1st XV Rugby team, Wasps Academy EPDG and voluntary work with OURFC & England U16’s Rugby. Liam has left the NHS to work more closely with Premier, including St.Edwards School Rugby and Rowing teams and also working in Professional Motorsport.
After Completion of Bachelors in Physiotherapy in 2005 I worked in a wide range of physiotherapy departments. Working with MSK conditions and sports injuries my wider experience provides a broad understanding and appreciation of the body’s systems as a whole. My keen interest in MSK conditions and sports injuries drives me through my specialisation in MSK. In 2011 I achieved an MSc in Applying Physiotherapy (MSK) from Sheffield Hallam University with an additional module of Sports Injuries Management. My interest in MSK and sports medicine has involved me in the treatment of people at all levels and across many disciplines.This process is aided by the use of Acupuncture and Sports Massage techniques.