Clare Graduated with Honours from Coventry University in 2005 and since then has worked in a variety of NHS, private, competitive sporting and occupational health settings. This wide range of work areas has enabled Clare to work and build relationships with some of London’s top orthopaedic, rheumatology and pain specialists as well as treat both simple and very complex musculoskeletal injuries and conditions. She currently splits her time between Bespoke Physiotherapy and a joint lead role within the Occupational Health Physiotherapy Service at King’s College Hospital, a service that she set up in 2011.
She has postgraduate training in manual therapy, sports massage, ACL rehabilitation, taping, complex spinal management, radiology, chronic pain management, workstation assessments and ergonomics. She is also currently completing her MSc in Occupational Health (Policy and Practice) at Cardiff University.
Clare specialises in workplace injuries, repetitive strain, road traffic accidents and persistent pain complaints. She helps patients resolve their symptoms quickly, to avoid their injuries becoming a long-term issue, and is able to work with persistent and complex conditions to help patients reach their full potential.
Sarah graduated from Southampton University in 2005 with a physiotherapy honours degree. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and a practising member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). Sarah is a fully certified Pilates Instructor under The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. Her pilates training includes pilates for runners and cyclists, both antenatal and postnatal pilates and equipment pilates (reformer & small equipment).
Sarah has a vast amount of experience in treating a broad range of musculoskeletal injuries and conditions of both sporting and non sporting populations. She also has specialist experience working in the field of Orthopaedics, pre and post operative breast cancer care, work place injuries and the area of Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (Jaw/Facial Pain). She has gained a Certificate in Spinal Manual Therapy and feels confident in the effective treatment of both simple and complex spinal conditions.
Her passion lies in the assessment and treatment of both acute and more persistent conditions with the emphasis on quick resolution and prevention of re-injury. Sarah ensures her treatment is evidence based and uses a range of treatment modalities: Manual therapy, acupuncture, pilates, taping, soft tissue techniques, electrotherapy.
Sarah recently completed her MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Kings College, London, where she developed a specialist interest in the effective management of lower limb conditions in particular, Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome ‘Anterior Knee Pain’.
Her interests include the arts, tennis, swimming, yoga and pilates.
Danielle is our Kiwi born and bred senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist. She completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Otago (New Zealand) in 2011 and has since worked within a range public, private, corporate and sporting settings.
On top of her physiotherapy degree, Danielle also has a post-graduate certificate in Orthopaedic Manual Therapy, post graduate training in acupuncture dry needling (through Global Education of Manual Therapists in Melbourne, Australia) and is a certified PINC Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist.
Danielle is confident in treating a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries and has a keen interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation, biomechanical assessments, postural correction, pre / post-operative rehabilitation as well as chronic pain conditions. If we were to pin her down, her absolute passion is lower limb injuries and sports injuries!
Danielle left the land of the long white cloud in 2016 to experience the world and lucky for us she has settled in London. She splits her time between both our BW clinics in Covent Garden and Marble Arch, as well as providing occupational health physiotherapy services at Kings College Hospital.
Jessica comes from a creative and artistic background. After graduating from Norwich University College of the arts with a Bachelors in Fine Art in 2010 she set about working in a bespoke slipper factory until making the change into the health and fitness industry from her own experience with weight loss and striving for a healthier body and mind. After gaining qualifications as a Fitness Instructor and Personal Trainer she began working in both public and corporate gyms helping clients and class attendees achieve their health and fitness goals.
With a desire to learn and diversify her skills she then gained qualifications in Holistic Massage and also travelled to India to study Yoga and mediation. She has a passion for training the mind as well as the body and to be able to provide a full service for her clients old and new, believing that good physical health can start from the mind.
Jessica specialises in relaxing mind and body through massage, reducing stress and muscle tightness caused by a hectic modern lifestyle. With her knowledge of exercise, nutrition and fitness she can offer well rounded advice in all areas of well-being. Her philosophy being to achieve happiness for her clients inside and out.
Clara became a welcomed addition to the BW team in 2016! She graduated Birmingham University in 2006 in Political Science, then went on to work in the UK Civil Service for a Central Government department finance team for 3 years, before moving to Brussels to work as a research assistant for an MEP in the European Parliament. She also has experience within the fitness industry, having managed an on-site team for a private swim-school.
Clara now keeps our physiotherapists in check at BW headquarters and is our go to person for setting up corporate physiotherapy packages, collaborating with sports clubs to promote our offers and discounts, as well as liaising with London based orthopaedic consultants wanting to meet and greet our wonderful physiotherapy team!