Physiotherapists, experts in movement and strength. 

Each a specialist in their field, our team are experienced, fun and focussed on you


Megan is passionate about delivering excellent physiotherapy. She understands what it takes to restore movement and strength and delivers progressive rehabilitation programs that are inspiring.

Megan is a specialist in all things spinal and pelvic; from acute disc injuries and post-operative spinal surgery, through to pregnancy related pelvic pain. Megan has extensive experience in hands on treatment, acupuncture/dry needling and exercise to treat pain, restore function and rehabilitate.

As a result of her passion for pre and post-natal health and fitness, along with her clinical expertise in pelvic floor treatment, Megan is highly regarded in the womens health industry. 

“For me physiotherapy is not just about relieving symptoms but understanding why they occur in the first place. Investigating, exploring and analysing movement and strength is the first step in helping people move and feel stronger. It’s a formulae that works and why I love my job!”

Megan is super proud to be the author of “Stronger – The Honest Guide to Healing and Rebuilding After Pregnancy and Birth”, available at amazon and your local bookshop. 

“Stronger is all about empowering mothers to reach their goals. This is for all mothers, no matter how long ‘post-partum’. Finally this information, advice and care is out there, mainstream, on the shelve on our high streets and direct to you when you need it..” Megs x


“I really enjoyed our session (well maybe I didn’t enjoy the internal bit, but I did find it super reassuring!). I left feeling super optimistic that I met the best person possible, to help me get back to where I want to be. You are helping me get “me” back.” Amelia

You always made me feel amazing after every session with you, after all of my babies. Super fun and lighthearted but with SO much knowledge.” Philly 


Specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 15 years experience in elite sport. An established Harley Street practitioner with links to the very best medicine London has to offer.
James has an MSc in Sports Physiotherapy and works as a consultant to elite track and field, triathlon, tennis and winter sports. James has a specialist interest in the developing athlete, focusing on appropriate strength and conditioning and biomechanics to optimise performance and injury prevention.
James has seen an extremely high volume of complex patients, ranging from the elite performer to the weekend warrior and to those just getting started. The same focus is given to all. James believes that understanding the cause of the issue is the lasting solution. This is made possible through a detailed understanding of biomechanics and movement dysfunction.

Being fit for life is such an important thing, especially as life is such a balance. I believe everyone can focus on this to experience more of what life has to offer. Seeing my patients out of pain and getting fit for life is definitely the best part of my job. Live stronger!


“Skiing this week has been brilliant. I’ve skied 5 days and 4 were in a row. Not full days but a good 4 hours a day, which is a massive improvement to 2 years ago. Thank you for all of your support, exercises and hip flexor releases” Emma
:”When we refer to James Vickers we get a totally different level of service – he emails with a summary and diagnosis before we have even returned to the gym and he manages the patient explaining verbally and via a speedy follow up email when he wants to see them again and how he is going to move things forward. He is thorough and consistent and all of our clients rave about their treatment.” Matt, Personal Trainer


Laura is a musculoskeletal physiotherapist and Pilates instructor with 15 years experience in the industry. 

From complex spinal spinal conditions to sports injuries and postural complaints, Laura has seen it all throughout her wide and varied career. 

With movement and rehabilitation at the core of her approach, Laura uses her expert knowledge of Pilates and Strength and Conditioning to help her clients quickly recover from injury.

Laura loves to treat sports inside juries and is a sports enthusiast herself – she has played regional hockey in her youth and also trained as a high trapeze artist. Laura also spent a few years doing CrossFit and Olympic lifting and more recently has taken up volleyball. There aren’t many sports Laura hasn’t tried!

Laura also has a keen interest in nutrition and has completed her Diploma in Sports Nutrition and Nutrition and Weight Management


“I believe that restoration of normal movement and function is key to preventing injury and recurrence of pain. I empower patients with the tools and knowledge that they need to achieve their goals. I enjoy helping people to get the maximum out of their body and realise it’s true potential”


“Laura has treated me for numerous running injuries over several years (old body!).  Her highly professional approach and very personable style has always led to a sustainable recovery for me. She is very good explaining issues and then designing a rehabilitation programme which fits in with my busy life schedule.” Gary 
“I have been doing Pilates with Laura for a few years now and I cannot rate her highly enough. She is incredibly creative with her lesson plans and always coming up with new exercises to challenge me and keep things interesting. She is also a kind and patient teacher, always giving me tips on how to maximise the impact of the exercises.”


Caitlin is Musculoskeletal physiotherapist with a background in professional sport. She has represented Great Britain in triathlon and competed as a long distance runner,

Caitlin has worked with some of the best sport’s medical professionals in the field across the world. She has also led fitness camps and retreats in Kenya, Mallorca, New York and London with a focus on health, wellbeing and performance. 

Caitlin’s voice within the health and fitness industry has been heard in Women’s Fitness Magazine, Cycling Weekly & Athletics Weekly where she continues to raise awareness of the importance of athlete wellbeing and active lifestyle in the UK and abroad. 

Caitlin has an MSC in physiotherapy with a specific interest in overuse injuries and athlete wellbeing. Caitlin’s style is to solve the problem by getting to the root cause and then working with an individual in a fun, friendly and focused environment to tackle it head on. 

” Now that I’m on the other side of treatment table I’m determined to support as many likeminded individuals to move, feel and perform at their best. I love working with both the elite athlete and the 5k first timer to achieve the best results.”


” I have followed Caitlin around the globe attending her events, classes and treatment, that says it all. She listens, delivers and makes you laugh every time.” TT

“Expert in the field”  –  Women’s Fitness Magazine


After completing 8 years of training at The Royal Ballet School, and dancing professionally, Aimee turned her attention to physical health and wellbeing and trained as a physiotherapist.

In particular, Aimee enjoys treating hips, knees and feet and providing rehabilitation after surgery, whilst assessing the body as a whole functional and connected unit. Using Pilates and tailor made strength and conditioning programmes Aimee is accustomed to prescribing these tools and treatment options in her rehabilitation.

Aimee continues to enjoy dance, running and yoga and is passionate about assisting others to return to their activities of choice.

“Assisting my clients through a positive rehabilitation journey is highly rewarding for me as a Physiotherapist. I am passionate about educating each individual to understand their bodies and feel empowered to optimise their recovery long term. My goals are always in line with your goals, we’re in this together!” 


‘My ballet dancing son came to Aimee with a growth related injury and she has given him outstanding care and rehabilitation. Thanks to her experienced hands and first class training in ballet he’s back dancing AND is more confident in injury prevention” Nicole 

“After a shocking diagnosis Aimee has been an instrumental part of my recovery journey. With her background in dance she has devised a holistic exercise plan to get me back on my feet (literally and figuratively), which focuses on all aspects of my musculoskeletal health to help me regain my strength and minimise the chances of re-injury. She’s been a life-saver in a hugely difficult time.” Loy


Originally from Perth and based in London since 2014 Brittany has enjoyed working with internationally recognised Opera and Contemporary music artists, ballet dancers and within West End productions. Brittany was the lead Physio for Kinky Boots and the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing.

Before her move to London Brittany  spent several years working with semi-elite athletes in Australia including the West Australian Football League, West Australian Women’s Indoor Netball team, the Australian Indigenous Girls Netball team.

Brittanys experiences across these sectors have made her a competent and highly skilled therapist. With qualifications in Dry Needling, Medical Acupuncture and APPI Pilates she has a whole host of tools in her treatment and rehabilitation tool box.

A specialist in treating the jaw and neck, Brittany is also an expert in vocal physiotherapy, also called laryngeal physiotherapy which is essential for musicians and performers alike. 

“My passion for treating performers stems from my own involvement in dance. Having rehabilitated myself to be able to compete internationally has shaped me into the physio I am now; empathetic and motivational”


“I always feel I’m getting the best care from a truly knowledgeable professional who always has an air of empathy with a true love for her work. I can honestly say that working with Brittany was the magic ingredient that helped me deliver my 2022 tour.” Heather  

Brittany  was  invaluable  to  me  throughout  my  dance  training and through a really difficult time in my life when I both lost a loved one and injured my ankle. She supported me through injury, through performing, and through life in general. Her expertise both from an MSK perspective and her knowledge of the larynx and voice anatomy made her the perfect physio. I can’t thank you enough Brittany!” Elle