John Mitchell
John graduated in 2001 from King’s College London and has worked in predominantly in musculoskeletal outpatients since then.  He obtained the Diploma of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine in 2006 and has recently gained a Diploma in Injection Therapy.
John has attended courses in shoulders, trigger point therapy, electrotherapy and acupuncture.  He has a particular interest in myofascial release and has attended several courses in this area.  He also works as an extended scope practitioner in the Surrey Heath Orthopaedic Treatment and Triage service and has close links with many orthopaedic consultants in the area.
Prior to qualifying as a physiotherapist, John gained a B.Sc in Medical Biochemistry and has studied psychology with the Open University.
John also works as a freelance lecturer running training programmes for physiotherapists interested in learning about blood test interpretation.

Paul Seyfried
Paul obtained his degree in physiotherapy from Sheffield in 2001.  Prior to this he also completed a B.Sc (hons) in Biology and Sports Science in London.
Currently, he works mostly at his private practice which requires a sound understanding of all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a bias towards spinal pain and sports injuries.  He also works as an Extended Scope Practitioner in the award winning Surrey Heath Orthopaedic, Treatment and Triage Service.  This is an NHS clinic where he works with a Specialist GP and an Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Liam Tanner
Liam completed his physiotherapy training at the University of East London and has worked in a variety of private practices and hospital settings since his graduation in 2000.  Over the years Liam has treated a wide range of people from elite athletes to post-operative patients, allowing him to develop his assessment and treatment skills.
Prior to undertaking his physiotherapy course, Liam also gained a degree in Sports Science and undertook an M.Sc. in Exercise and Health Behaviour at City University, London.
Liam enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a particular interest in back and knee pain and soft tissue injuries.  He believes that “in order to make an individual better you must treat the whole person and not just the problem.”

Carolyn Everett
Carolyn trained at King’s College Hospital in London and has over 25 years experience predominantly in musculoskeletal work with all ages.  Carolyn has post qualification training in Sports Medicine, Maitland mobilisations, Trigger Point Therapy, McKenzie exercise programmes and Swiss Gym Ball exercises.  Carolyn regularly attends courses to keep updated with current clinical evidence based practices.  She is currently on the European Coaching Certification Programme with ITS.

Rome Dempers
Rome graduated in South Africa with a degree in physiotherapy in 1996.  She has worked in the UK for many years as a senior physiotherapist in hospitals and the private sector.  She has undertaken additional post-graduate training in acupuncture and has a certificate in Manual Therapy.  She has a particular interest in spines.

Elizabeth Rhidian
Liz qualified in 1983 and apart from a break being a full time mother has over 20 years experience largely in musculoskeletal out patients but also works part time on the orthopaedic wards of a local hospital. She has a deep commitment to helping her patients and excellent communication skills. She has a special interest in Pilates and currently runs classes having qualified as an APPI Pilates Instructor.

Alexandra Keating
Alexandra graduated from Oxford Brooks University with a first class physiotherapy degree in 2005. Since graduating she has specialised in Women’s Health. Her expertise lies in treating pregnancy related low back, pelvic girdle and abdominal muscle dysfunction; as well as general problems with the pelvic floor such as prolapse, incontinence and constipation. In 2009 she became an accredited member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health and has since completed further specialist training in Pilates and advanced manual therapy for the pelvic girdle and the pelvic floor. At present she is training in Acupuncture for use in this field. Alexandra is passionate about helping pregnant and postnatal women overcome the physical challenges of pregnancy, labor and motherhood. She is also experienced in treating children following post-op orthopaedic surgery and for general musculoskeletal complaints.