Director and Lead Physiotherapist
Ed founded Physio Ed Medical Ltd in 2004 following a successful stint as a sole clinician in private practice. Prior to this he had completed a BSc in Physiotherapy in Perth Western Australia and an MSc in physiotherapy at University College London. He has pioneered physiotherapy treatments for vocal patients and has vast experience in the management of dance and performance related injuries.
He lectures regularly on the academic circuit on the above topics and has many publications to his name in prestigious medical texts and journals. Ed is also an Honorary UCL lecturer and co-leading MSK module for the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine. At the Harley Street clinic his primary area of interest is in the management of spinal pain in addition to his vocal work. Outside of work he is a keen skier, runner and swimmer.
Clinical Standards Supervisor and Senior Physiotherapist
Jenny joined the Physio Ed Medical Ltd team in 2011 after travelling overseas from Australia. She trained at the University of Notre Dame in Western Australia and has always had an interest in acute injury management particularly in the sporting field.
She enjoys travelling and spent two years working in the outback of Australia as well as spending 6 months doing voluntary physiotherapy work in Zimbabwe where she is originally from. She has worked with a wide range of people and musculoskeletal presentations.
She also has a background in music and enjoys working with singers and professional voice users in assisting them to achieve optimal vocal health. Outside of work Jenny enjoys singing/songwriting, running and horse riding.
Thanh graduated from The University of Melbourne, Australia in 2011 and has since worked with a wide range of clients. She has gained experience working on leading golf tours supporting The Ladies European Tour & Ladies PGA tour. Thanh also has specialised training in treating circus performers, dancers and other members of the performance community.
She utilises clinical pilates in the sports/performance setting and also in managing long term lower back pain and postural related issues in the non-performing world. Thanh’s work in the sport sector has made her an expert in acute injury management and post-surgical rehabilitation. Thanh continues to be active in search of knowledge and progression to make recovery and prevention of injury as quick and as safe as possible.
Outside of work, she is a painter and green thumb.
Following the completion of his BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy degree at the University of Liverpool, Matt decided to return to his home in Northern Ireland. Here he worked as a senior physiotherapist for an award winning and leading private health care clinic before moving to London. In this role Matt worked with a variety of different injuries and conditions ranging from office workers with postural back pain to international professional athletes with acute injuries. Matt's personable and approachable nature allows him to develop long-term rapport with his patients.
Clinically, Matt takes a hands-on approach to treatment and is thorough in his assessment to ensure the patient is treated holistically and the root of the problem is identified. He has post-graduate training in trigger point dry needling, pilates and fitness instructing. Matt likes to add his advanced knowledge of strength and conditioning into formulating his patients’ rehabilitation programmes and treatment.
Outside of Physiotherapy, Matt is a keen sportsman and rugby player. He enjoys the gym and spending time with family and friends.
Prior to training as a physiotherapist at Northumbria University he studied a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science at Leeds metropolitan. He has been part of the extended Physio Ed Medical Ltd team since 2014 having worked on multiple theatre productions as a resident touring clinician before moving into his role on Harley Street.
He has a keen interest in sports management, rehabilitation and injury prevention, using a range of manual therapies along with exercise to achieve a return to fitness. He has a background in rugby and football, having played both to a high level through which he sustained many injuries of his own.
This has allowed for an understanding and empathetic approach to his client management.
Sport and Remedial Massage Therapist
Pam started with Physio Ed Medical Ltd in March 2014 providing Sports and Remedial Massage. She studied at the London School of Sports and Remedial Massage and is a full member of the Institute of Sports and Remedial Massage. In addition to this she has completed a course in Kinesio Taping and is a Qualified Level II RockDoc.
She has experience working with a broad range of clients from both sporting and non-sporting backgrounds and currently supports Physio Ed Medical Ltd at their practice in Harley Street and on-site at theatres in London's West End.
She is a keen runner and is often training for a new event or challenge. Her interest in Sports and Remedial massage began when training for her first marathon.
Vocal Coach and Singing Teacher
Lucy is a skilled practitioner in both the spoken and singing voice supported by her Distinction at Masters level in 'The Practice of Voice and Singing', Guildford School of Acting. Lucy has worked with many accomplished and reputable individuals and organisations. These have ranged from individuals in West End Shows, Recording Artists, University Programmes and Corporate Organisations.
Lucy’s main aim throughout her career has been to collaborate with other practitioners building pioneering and exciting connections within her industry. Her work along side Physio Ed Medical Ltd has allowed her to make innovative steps in joining physical treatment with voice and singing coaching, as well as vocal rehabilitation.
Lucy's love for performance fuelled an interested in the mechanics of both singing and the spoken voice, which led her to specialise in this area further. She is a strong believer that every person has the right to free and dynamic voice, and is keen to facilitate this through her in depth knowledge and talent in coaching and research.
Clinical Standards Supervisor and Lead Physiotherapist
Nikki is Clinical Standards Supervisor at Physio Ed Medical Ltd, she has been part of the team since 2008. She started working for the clinic initially in Germany as the resident physiotherapist on tour with the UK production of “Cats” the musical for 3 months before moving her role into the Harley Street clinic. She has additional specialist training in spinal manipulation, acupuncture and vocal massage. Nikki has more recently moved her role to lead clinician at our new Belsize Village site in North London.
Coming from a dance background herself, Nikki enjoys working with performers and non-performers to help optimise a swift and safe recovery from injury.
Outside of work Nikki enjoys keeping fit at the gym and participating in various running and endurance events.
Kiran joined Physio Ed Medical Ltd after working in private practice and sports injury clinics as a Physiotherapist. He obtained his BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy at Brunel University whilst also running his own sports massage clinic alongside his studies.
Kiran has worked closely alongside elite and academy level rugby teams, responsible for their pitchside trauma and long term injury management.
Kiran has a particular interest in post-operative rehabilitation and working with sporting adolescents.
Away from clinic, Kiran enjoys competing in cycling and running endurance events.
Nicole trained at Monash University Australia, and worked in the private sector before moving to the UK in 2017. She has been trained in Pilates, dry needling and sport specific rehabilitation. Experience has been gained through volunteering as a touring therapist with Hockey Victoria.
In her spare time, Nicole competes in triathlons and endurance events. She also enjoys dancing, dress making and cooking.
Sport and Remedial Massage Therapist
Katie is a fully qualified Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist with nearly 10 years experience working, travelling and studying around the world. She is also registered with the FHT.
Having worked alongside Physiotherapists, she is experienced in treating a wide range of sport specific conditions, acute and chronic pain, stress, postural and work related injuries.
She understands the importance of giving clients a high level of rehabilitation and is dedicated to giving effective treatment and support to her patients.
Katie also has additional training in medical acupuncture (dry needling) and cupping.
In her spare time, she enjoys running, hiking, swimming, yoga and weight training at the gym.
Performing Arts Medicine Clinician
Hara is a medical doctor with a background in orthopaedics and musculoskeletal medicine. She qualified from Athens Medical School and she continued her training and practice in the UK. She has worked at the Royal National Orthopaedic, Chase Farm and Mount Vernon NHS Hospitals and was one of the first clinicians to study for the MSc in Performing Arts Medicine at University College London where she now works as the Programme Lead.
Hara is an assessing clinician for the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine and has worked for many years in music colleges as an in-house clinician and a health prevention tutor. She has researched, presented and published articles on musicians’ injuries and recovery and she is regularly invited as a speaker to many international conferences. She is a trained pianist herself with a Diploma in Piano Performance. She has an interest in all musicians and how to identify the best recovery and maintenance methods for a healthy career.