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 has postgraduate training in manual therapy, sports massage, ACL rehabilitation, taping, complex spinal management, radiology, chronic pain management, ergonomics work station assessments as well as occupational health attendance management.
Clare specialises in spinal pain, 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.
Clare typically sees her clinic appointments in the Covent Garden Clinic (call to book 02089016545 rather than online) and spends the rest of the week on-site in corporate settings providing occupational health and ergonomic consultations.
Colette graduated with a Bachelor Honours degree in Physiotherapy from Kings College, London in 1996 and completed a Masters in Science in Sports Physiotherapy degree from London Southbank University in 2005 with interests in football and motorsport.
Colette has worked extensively in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy within public, private, sport and corporate sectors. Colette specialises in all areas of acute and chronic musculoskeletal disorders including workplace health and Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction. Colette uses joint and soft tissue manual techniques, education and exercise rehabilitation to provide highly effective Physiotherapy management. Colette has worked alongside many consultants, podiatrists and personal trainers and develops positive relationships with patients and healthcare professionals.
Colette continues to be curious about Physiotherapy and healthcare with the aim of providing a positive, empowering experience for patients.
Beverley graduated in Physiotherapy from Brunel University in 2012. Prior to this, she completed a degree in Sports Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention from Middlesex University. Following graduation, Beverley has specialised in the musculoskeletal field of Physiotherapy as her passion lies with supporting her patients back towards their goals whether this is sports specific, occupational or general activities of daily living.
Beverley has experience with a wide range of musculoskeletal pathologies and is particularly interested in the management of lower limb and spinal related injuries. Beverley is also trained in Dry Needling/Acupuncture, Pilates, Kinesio taping and is able to offer ergonomic workstation assessments.
Beverley has extensive knowledge of sports injuries and has worked with a variety of sports teams, such as American Football, Basketball and Football, for over 10 years. She is a specialist in sports-specific rehabilitation enabling her patient to return to their chosen sport. Her interest in sports injuries has led her to develop her skills in biomechanical analysis, postural assessments and corrective rehabilitation.
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 is our practice manager across our Covent Garden and Barbican Physiotherapy clinics. She started her career in accountancy with British Telecom and later an airline accounts department; constructing air fares and prorating them for different carrying airlines.
Linda was then given the opportunity to travel the world and work within the airline industry working in the Special Facilities Department. Her role involved dealing with VIPs, CIPs, unaccompanied minors and repatriation of passengers needing medical assistance on board the aircraft.
After having her family, Linda moved into the field of education and before joining Bespoke Wellbeing she worked for 20 years in a special school for children with a speech and language impairment. This was an amazing time for Linda as was able to utilise her people skills to help children and young adults which she found so very rewarding.
Linda joined the Bespoke Wellbeing team in 2017 and like a piece of the jigsaw puzzle she has helped us look after our patients who attend our musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinics in London. She assists with all billing issues and sending out invoices / receipts of payment.
Linda lives down in the leafy New Forest and enjoys her time gardening and cooking with her friends and family.
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 across the UK, including fitness to work assessments, occupational physiotherapy treatment and ergonomic DSE assessments.
We take pride in offering accessible high-end 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 from coming back.