Expert Physiotherapy Services in Marble Arch and Covent Garden
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Expert Physiotherapy

Specialist clinic based and on-site physiotherapy services for sporting, occupational and general injuries.

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Ergonomic Assessments

Ergonomic Assessments

Work place desk assessments to ensure employers are compliant with health and safety regulations.

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Occupational Health

Fitness to work assessments and case management to support your employees.

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Bespoke Wellbeing

Bespoke Wellbeing provides expert physiotherapy to local residents, city workers and athletes in the heart of London. We have clinics based in Covent Garden (WC2H) and Marble Arch (W1H). We are also specialist in providing occupational health physiotherapy services including occupational health physiotherapy telephone assessments, on and off site physiotherapy treatment appointments, workstation ergonomic assessments and occupational health sickness management reports.

We take pride in offering accessible physiotherapy services, with a specialist team, who are passionate about what they do. Our physiotherapists have years of experience treating a mix of sports injuries, occupational injuries and other general musculoskeletal complaints. We are not into quick fixes and aim to work with you to resolve your injury and prevent it coming back.

Claire Henson-Bowen

Senior Physiotherapist

Claire Henson-Bowen

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.

James McDermott

Senior Physiotherapist

James McDermott

James McDermott completed his Physiotherapy degree in 2012 from St George’s University Hospital. James has gained a wealth of experience working within the NHS, private and sports sector.

With a passion for all sports, James has a particular interest in sports related injuries which has led him to gain experience with Charlton Athletic Football Academy. Additionally, James has regularly attended various sporting events offering his skills in preventative and acute management both pitch-side and within clinics.

James’ experience allows him to treat a wide range of clients including those suffering from acute complaints to the more complex post-operative conditions in addition to the amateur/high level athlete. James encompasses a patient-focused approach to treatment and utilises his skills in manual therapy to a high standard and promotes Pilates and exercise prescription to his clients.

James commits his spare time to his climbing and mountaineering training and has ascended a variety of mountains throughout the Alps. This allows James to be fully aware of the dedication needed to achieve personal goals; the frustrations of injuries affecting such achievements and therefore the importance of preventative rehabilitation.

Oisin O’Reilly

Senior Physiotherapist

Oisin O’Reilly

Oisín spent two years in Semmelweis Budapest before transferring his studies to University of the West of England where he qualified as a physiotherapist in 2010. He has work predominantly in the musculoskeletal physiotherapy field, with a strong focus on sports related injuries.

Within this field Oisín has worked with people from casual participants to professional athletes, such as those in FIA Formula 4 (junior category to F1), track and field athletes, junior GB rowers and currently professional boxing. This has given him opportunity to work with a wide range of shoulder, spinal, knee and biomechanical injuries and dysfunctions.

Oisín’s special interest is less to do with a favourite joint and more to do with the best, most efficient ways in which to perform rehabilitation and to help his patients maintain their rehabilitation plan with little to no change in their day to day lives. His “out of the box” thinking means no treatments between patients are the same, nor transferable.

Oisin prides himself on his unique and personal brand of Physiotherapy. In the coming years he will complete his qualification in strength and conditioning with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) and aims to complete his masters in Sports Medicine within the next four years.

Veronica Swainson

Senior Occupational Therapist

Veronica Swainson

Veronica graduated from The University of Queensland in Australia in 2001 and has worked in a variety of settings throughout her career including; private, NHS, rehabilitation, community and occupational health settings.  Veronica has developed specialist skills in musculoskeletal, vocational and neurological rehabilitation.  Veronica has completed further studies in the areas of workstation assessments and ergonomics, neurology and cognition, pain management, hand therapy, occupational functioning and rehabilitation.
She is highly skilled in musculoskeletal and vocational rehabilitation, assisting many people to remain at work or return to work after injury.  This includes improving occupational engagement in activities of daily living, leisure, community and vocational activities.  Veronica has extensive experience working in neurological rehabilitation with a number of conditions including brain tumours, stroke, head injury and degenerative neurological conditions.
Veronica is able to provide assessment, equipment provision, vocational rehabilitation and other treatment for a wide variety of conditions. She is also able to provide specialist reports for medico legal, case management and return to work purposes.
Clara Andronov

Business Development Manager

Clara Andronov

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!

Linda Henson

Practice Manager

Linda Henson

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