Brittany is MOVE CLINICS Clinical Lead in Performance and Clinical Pilates.
Brittany hails from Perth, Australia, where she gained her qualifications from Curtin University. She spent 4 years working within a renowned private practice, dealing with elite athletes, dancers and performing artists. During this time, she also worked as the head Physiotherapist for the WA Amateur Football League, WA Women’s Indoor Netball team and Australian Indigenous Girls Netball team.
Since relocating to London in 2014 she has worked as a Senior Physiotherapist, within the performance sector, treating and managing performers across London’s West End, touring productions, TV shows such as BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing, as well as internationally recognised Opera and Contemporary music artists.
Brittany is skilled in treating all musculoskeletal presentations and draws from her specialist experience in the treatment of performers to ensure all patients return to full and confident health, quickly and safely. Her passion for treating performers stems from her own involvement in competitive dance; having suffered many injuries herself, she employs an empathetic and motivational approach in her practice.
Brittany has extensive training and experience in the treatment of TMD Physiotherapy for jaw pain, Vocal Physiotherapy, dancers and performers and has a special interest in working with sporting children and teens. She holds additional qualifications in Dry Needling and APPI Clinical Pilates.
Brittany is a self confessed foodie, outside of work she loves cooking, travelling to new destinations and creating artwork.
Sarah graduated with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy from Griffith University in Queensland Australia, after completing an undergraduate Bachelor of Exercise Science. Sarah has extensive knowledge & experience in the management of musculoskeletal & sports-specific injuries, as well as exercise-based rehabilitation in a private practice setting.
Sarah also specialises in clinical based Pilates, having completed her post graduate training in pre & post natal Pilates in Australia. Sarah incorporates Pilates into her patient management, focusing on strength, conditioning, balance, postural correction & injury prevention using both matwork & reformer based techniques.
Since moving to London, Sarah has developed her specialty in Women’s Health & Incontinence, treating conditions relating specifically to the pelvic region (see Women’s Health).
Sarah has also completed her tertiary training in musculoskeletal dry needling for spinal & sporting injuries.
Away from MOVE CLINICS Sarah is a keen traveller and enjoys some social netball during the week.
Steve has been part of the team here at MOVE CLINICS since early 2017. After spending over a decade in the construction industry Steve retrained as a Physiotherapist at the University of Hertfordshire. Since graduating Steve has simultaneously worked here at MOVE and at Mount Vernon hospital in the NHS. Steve has also completed his sports massage diploma and is about to undertake a course in acupuncture/dry needling.
Here at MOVE CLINICS Steve enjoys treating a variety of clients with musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, his treatments are heavily influenced by strength and conditioning, something he has always been interested in for his own health and fitness.
Steve also utilises our Alter-G running machine and teaching of Clinical Pilates classes to help in rehabilitation of his clients.
Steve has been interested in sport and physical activity since childhood, his interest in Physiotherapy was first born out of time spent on the rehab table as a child. Steve has played sports such as football and rugby, along with sports he has taken part in various forms of martial arts.
Simon is our resident sports podiatrist at MOVE CLINICS, dealing mostly with human movement, injury and orthotic management (custom made inserts for your shoes that assist in the treatment of lower limb problems).
His passion is in sports injuries of the legs, primarily dealing with muscular and joint pain from the hips to the feet, this is assessed through a combination of physical static and weight baring video analysis. Although the mainstay of his work is muscular and joint injury, he also manages anything from simple nail and skin complaints of the feet to more complex biomechanical issues that cause muscular and joint pain. Simon is experienced in the prescription of orthoses and has been fortunate to have prescribed these for a number of professional and international amateur athletes impacted by injury. Simon has worked with some of the GB Womens Hockey team in the build up to the London Olympics, as well as treating players from Leicester Tigers RFC, Derby County FC and Aston Villa Football Club.
As a keen sportsman most of his spare time is spent playing hockey, having played for nearly a decade in the English National League, the highest levels of hockey in the country. He has represented Wales in the European Club Championships in 2012, going one further in 2013 by winning gold. Having had his share of injuries, from a double Achilles rupture to a fractured knee cap amongst other problems, he can empathise with patients whose active lives have become impacted with injury.
THE REST OF THE TEAM
Jethro joined the MOVE CLINICS team as our receptionist in September 2017.
Having grown up in the depths of Essex, Jethro worked for the Metropolitan Police from 2001 to 2013 as a Criminal Intelligence Analyst being based in many places across London. He was involved in the investigation of high volume crime, homicide, serious fraud and latterly phone hacking, all of which we thought was a great apprenticeship for the role of allied health clinic receptionist.
Seeking a change of pace Jethro became a full-time student for a year, studying Photography at Kensington and Chelsea College before launching into his current dual career of reception work and semi-professional photography.
Outside of work, Jethro likes hiking, camping, quiz nights and occasional forays onto the 5-a-side football pitch. If pushed, he will admit to being a fan of The Archers. He has two teenage children who regularly steal his socks and headphones.
Kinga joined the MOVE CLINICS team in 2018, she is the smiling face you will find behind reception a couple of days a week.
Kinga has a love for biology and she is looking to study Animal Science at University in 2019. Currently Kinga is currently undertaking Equine Studies at college and she is also the proud owner of a fury little hamster named Milo.
Following her studies, Kinga would like to specialise in equine and canine nutrition/physiotherapy as she would love to be constantly surrounded by dogs and horses.
Julie started as our clinic manager in September 2017 and since that time has been a breath of fresh air in the physiotherapy clinic. Following 15 years working as an accountant in the world of finance Julie decided to take on a new challenge as Move Clinics clinic manager. Julie has always enjoyed being fit and active so working in a sports medicine clinic was a natural fit for her. She has enjoyed combining pilates at MOVE CLINICS with her regular gym program.
Growing up Julie swam competitively for a number of years, then in her twenties added cycling and running to her repertoire joining a triathlon club and competing in a number of events. More recently Julie has taken to open water swimming events having completed Thames River 14km and River Dart 10km events. Away from work and swimming Julie has a young daughter who is a bundle of energy when she visits us at MOVE (along with Peppa Pig). Julie is currently on maternity leave from MOVE CLINICS.
An Australian trained physiotherapist with wide experience in managing musculosketal conditions with special interest in manual therapy, biomechanical analysis, stability training, lumbar/pelvic dysfunction and running related injury.
Scott has undergone further training in sports physiotherapy (Australian Physiotherapy Association Sports Physiotherapy level II), Clinical Pilates and Acupuncture. He has been involved in track & field for aver 25 years, representing Australia at the Oceania Games in the 1500m and 5000m, working with
leading coaches and following this up with formal coaching qualifications. Scott had combined these experiences to develop the Move Running assessment and coaching program which addresses mobility, strengthening and technique.
Apart from athletics Scott has been involved with local, national and international sport including rugby union, rugby league, Aussie rules and rowing. Since arriving in the UK in 2003, Scott has been involved with the Tri-nations Rugby League Tournament, Tongan Rugby Union English Tour and was team physiotherapist for Harlequins RL Senior Academy.
Scott is non-clinical but always busy working behind the scenes. Scott began Move Clinics with his partner, Kerry Rixon in 2005 and has enjoyed watching the clinic grow to what it is today.