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.
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.
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. Stephen is currently undertaking a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary's University and can also be seen on a weekend being the match physio in rugby games down in Barnes.
Simon graduated from King’s College London in 2012. After graduation, he started an on-site sports physiotherapy service for the King’s College Men’s and Women’s Rugby clubs and worked with Esher RFC in National 1, then joining Premier Physical Healthcare in 2014. Simon has a keen interest in injury prevention, corrective exercise, manual therapy, return to sport and performance improvement. He enjoys working with sports men and women from amateur to fitness enthusiast to elite level. From a contact sport background, Simon has a keen interest in pre and rehabilitation of the shoulder and ankle.
Simon can also be found playing for Richmond Rugby club on the weekends and providing pitch-side physiotherapy for the Richmond Women’s side, who play in the top flight of English rugby.
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.