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ABOUT

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Charlie – Founder and Clinical Director

 

Having a love for adrenaline sports and mountain trekking, I have had a nice collection of injuries myself.  I have recognised many times first hand that it’s not always possible to get the right diagnosis and treatment protocol you expect when injured. 


My passion to deliver something different led me to opening my first clinic back in 2012. I have over 16 years experience and a proven success rate of delivering treatment protocols and rehabilitation programmes, whilst combining preventative measures by working closely with the strength and conditioning coaches to improve overall fitness.

I have worked with a varying portfolio of clients, ranging from Team GB athletes, triathletes, celebrities and every day sports participants.

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My sole focus is to get to the root cause of the injury and treat with the appropriate technique to ensure a speedy recovery. I am a firm believer in a broad approach to treating injuries, whether it is Medical Acupuncture, Spinal and Joint Mobilisations, Sports Massage, or Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Work.

 

The assessment process is very relaxed and focussed on getting you back to participating in your chosen activity as soon as possible. 

 

Who knows, once you get back to your chosen sport or activity you may even decide to join me on my next crazy adventure...

Julie – Senior Sports Therapist

 

"Growing up in Montreal, Canada, I was always very active and did many different sports and activities, it was natural for me to choose to work with athletes and active people in Sports Therapy. I've practised the eclectic combination of classical ballet, alpine skiing and horseback riding to elite levels, while finding great enjoyment in many forms of swim, bike and run. This experience makes me relate to many of my patients in their activities while totally understanding their passion to keep moving.

In my young career as a Sports Therapist, I've had the chance to combine my kinesiology degree with injury care and management on elite sports teams like Aston Villa Ladies FC, GB Ice Hockey U16, MK Lightning IHC, Oxford City Starts IHC and the National England Junior Ice Hockey team. I currently share my time at the clinic with the Oxford United Women FC as Head of Medical which gives me great insight to close care of elite athletes and young growing talents.

 

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The last few years at the clinic with Charlie brought me to work with a great variety of athletes, including many triathletes and runners, which are sports I've started to specialise in, especially their development and care. My strong Sports Massage and Rehabilitation skills are often praised by patients.

 

I have also been accompanying patients in their training journey with advice and regular follow ups to optimise their gains and prevent injuries where possible.I always enjoy meeting new people and finding ways for them to keep moving while injured or in a low intensity phase. I enjoy educating my patients on their injury and enabling a strong return to sport and activity.I look forward to working with you together on your path to performance."

Callum – Sports Therapist

 

I graduated from the University of Worcester with a degree in Sports Therapy. My experience has led me to working with Worcester Wolves Basketball Club, and I am currently working as the lead Sports Therapist for Shipston RFC.

In the clinic I like assessing injuries, especially rugby related ones, and enjoy carrying out sports massages for regular sports participants.

When not working, I enjoy being outside and playing sports such as tennis and badminton. I also enjoy watching other sports such as rugby and F1

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Becca – Senior Physiotherapist

 

I graduated from Keele University in 2019 with a first-class honour’s degree in Physiotherapy (BSc Hons).
 

Since graduating, I worked in the NHS for a brief period before joining a private practice where I worked for 3.5 years before moving to Full Potential Therapy.

I have attended many courses such as acupuncture and the shoulder: steps to success by jo Gibson to enhance my knowledge. 
 

Outside of work I am a keen triathlete, therefore training takes up most of my time outside of clinic. This year I have qualified for the 70.3 (Half -ironman) World Championships. My goal over the next couple of years is to gain my pro license.
 

Having been super involved in sport throughout my life, I love treating sporting injuries. I want to not only get you back doing what you love to do but I also want to get your stronger and fitter to perform even better than before. 

I am registered with the Healthcare professionals council (HCPC) (PH118364)
And I am a member of the chartered society of physiotherapists (CSP) (106836).

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