Our Therapists

Rachel Stevens – Chartered Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC
Rachel has over 30 years experience working as a chartered physiotherapist to draw on when treating the wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions presenting at the clinic.

Rachel has achieved Bronze Accreditation with the ACPSEM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine) and also has a particular interest in the treatment of the shoulder, neck and back pain and of tendon injuries. She is qualified in the use of acupuncture, which is a regular part of her physiotherapy treatment.

As a qualified practitioner in JEMS, Rachel employs a holistic approach to her assessment of clients. Through the use of specific diagnostic tests and the analysis of functional movement patterns, specific treatment and exercises can be prescribed based on the outcome of each individual assessment.
For more information visit – www.jemsmovement.com


Mindy DavyMindy Davey – Chartered Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC
Mindy qualified in 1995 and since then she has worked in a variety of different clinical settings, including NHS and sports clubs, with the bulk of her experience being related to sports injuries. She is also qualified in the use of acupuncture, finding it to be particularly beneficial in the treatment of acute sports injuries. Mindy is Bronze Accredited Physiotherapist with the ACPSEM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine).

Mindy is a qualified practitioner in the JEMS approach, which is a holistic functional approach to movement analysis and the prescription of exercise.
For more information visit – www.jemsmovement.com


LauraLaura Collins – Chartered Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC
Laura specialised in musculoskeletal and sport injuries soon after qualifying as a physiotherapist from Coventry University in 2004. Prior to this, she graduated from Loughborough University with a BSc in Sport Science and Physical Education, specialising in sport psychology, skill acquisition, fitness and training.

She worked first for the NHS in Worcestershire, gaining experience across a wide variety of specialities.   During this period she also practised her physiotherapy skills volunteering at Worcester Warriors, Moseley Rugby club, and a variety of hockey clubs, before moving to private practice.

Laura is passionate about the functional rehabilitation of all her patients and maximising people’s potential through using manual techniques and creating succinct but effective exercise programmes. She is also qualified in the use of acupuncture, which she uses regularly to enhance her treatments.

Laura enjoys running and has tried her hand at events such as Tough Guy and half marathons, however it is as a hockey player that she has developed a true understanding of injuries, sport and physiotherapy. Playing at the highest level of hockey, at a national and international level, has enabled her to understand the need for athletes to rehabilitate as quickly as possible; the need to be ready for the next weekend, game or training session.


Chris SmallmanOlivia Huggett –  Sports and Remedial Massage Therapist

Following the completion of a number of massage courses, I graduated in 2004 with a Masters Diploma in Clinical Active Sports Massage, I have helped a wide variety of people from top level athletes to elderly and infirm.  Using a range of techniques – deep tissue, gentle, firm and relaxing, I can assist in recovery from chronic and acute pain and injury, whatever the lifestyle.  I also offer regular maintenance massages for managing the discomforts of everyday living.

Relaxation and pregnancy massage is also available which are effective and beneficial for easing the discomforts and stresses that life brings.

A short consultation before your session will establish your requirements and my approach.

Beyond massage, I am studying Nutritional Therapy in which I hope to qualify in 2019 ready to start helping people reach their nutritional goals.

6-8pm on a Monday and 9.30 -2pm on a Wednesday morning. Charge – £50 per session.