Mark completed a degree in sports science before graduating as a physiotherapist in New Zealand. Following this he undertook research in gait analysis and lifting injuries while lecturing in biomechanical analysis of movement at the University of Otago, before moving to the UK in 1988. More recently he completed an MSc in Applied Biomechanics in 2007 and has been involved in the modelling of forces about the knee joint. His treatment focus has a strong manual therapy bias (mobilising structures that are stiff) while using a range of modalities from ultrasound, acupuncture and the most powerful treatment tool of the lot: education. Understanding your problem, what causes, aggravates and helps it are key to managing injuries quickly and efficiently allowing optimized self-management through ergonomics and exercise.

Outside work hours:

Mark has strong links with sport, exercise and fitness.

He played rugby for too long, has played most other sports and has participated in triathlons for many years. Mark completed the 2011 ‘Ride Across Britain’ and when the weather is right loves to be out on the bike, whether it is commuting, Zwifting, competing in sportives, or just hitting the back roads (ask him about his body agenda bike fitting).

More recently Mark is heavily involved with Southgate Hockey Club where he plays and umpires hockey.

Mark specialises in:
• Spinal and peripheral joint pain
• Sports injuries
• Acupuncture
• Manual therapy

Mark’s qualifications: BPh.Ed, PG.Dip.(Biomech), MCSP, MAACP 1466, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council


After qualifying, runner and hockey player Lynn spent many years working in the NHS where she worked her way up to manage the Acute Physiotherapy service at The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead. With vast industry experience, she also led a Manipulative Therapy master’s programme at Coventry University before moving into private practice.

Lynn specialises in:
• Temporo mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ)
• Back pain
• Neck pain
• Headaches

Lynns’s qualifications: MSc, MCSP, MMACP, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council


After graduating from Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 2004, Samantha went on to gain a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Kings College London in 2012. Her solid experience with acute and chronic sports injuries enabled her to treat the Manchester Rugby team and Arsenal charity football team. She’s also volunteered abroad at the University of Malawi where she lectured physiotherapy students and gained international experience.

Samantha specialises in:
• Manual therapy
• Acupuncture
• Soft tissue manipulation
• Biomechanical and muscle imbalance assessments

Samantha’s qualifications: MSc, MCSP, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council


Nick graduated from Sydney University in 2012 and worked in Australia for 5 years in Musculoskeletal and Sports settings.  He went on multiple tours to Fiji with the International Football Group and worked for high level AFL teams in Sydney.

Since moving to London in 2016 for travel and adventure, Nick ended up finding his niche.  He has been working in the City of London since arriving, and enjoys piecing together everyone’s unique puzzle, to help achieve their goals.

Nick specialises in combining a Manual Therapy approach, with an exercise approach – for everything from simple postural pains to more complex sporting injuries and Postop Rehab.  He has a personal interest in strength and conditioning and enjoys applying this where applicable.

Nick’s interests outside to physio include, football, AFL, cricket, going to the gym and live music.

Nicks qualifications: B Health Sci, M Physiotherapy, MCSP.


With over 25 years’ working in the private sector Anthony has a wealth of musculoskeletal experience and has a special interest in shoulder, knees and vestibular issues.

Alongside his clinical sessions Anthony has worked with professional sports teams in Australia and the UK.  Anthony is an ex-professional basketball player and still loves to play when he can.  Anthony has also worked with numerous physio in-house theatre teams on West End shows.

Anthony’s qualifications are MSc Sports Physiotherapy, BSc Physiotherapy, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council.