Passionate. Experienced. Professional.
Highly Specialist Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor
Pippa qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008 and in 2010 completed her MSc in Sports Physiotherapy at Cardiff University with her research interest focused around dance medicine. Following this she presented her research in Singapore at the International Association for Dance Medicine and Science.
She has had the opportunity to work in a number of settings over the past 11 years from the NHS to the Private sector developing her skills in treating a variety of complex musculoskeletal conditions. Pippa has a special interest in the field of dance and sports medicine. She has had the opportunity to work with the Royal Ballet Company, leading West End theatre companies and with BBC productions such as Strictly Come Dancing.
Pippa is extremely passionate about Pilates and completed her training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute in 2013. She uses Pilates on a daily basis both in a 1:1 setting and in group classes. She also works nationally training others to become Pilates instructors.
Pippa is also trained in the assessment and treatment of women’s health conditions using her experience both in physiotherapy and Pilates to help this population group improve their symptoms and quality of life.
Highly Specialist Physiotherapist
Anthony is a Highly Specialist Physiotherapist who qualified from Cardiff University in 2003 further completing his MSc in Sports Physiotherapy in 2012. He has over 17 years of experience working across a variety of sports settings with amateur through to professional level athletes.
Throughout his career so far, he has held several prestigious positions working with a variety of sporting institutes including Aston Villa Football Club, GB Basketball, England Netball, Welsh Institute of Sport, Commonwealth games Team Wales 2014 & 2018, Sports Lead at Perform Birmingham and he is currently the head of Performance rehabilitation and return to play at Osprey’s Rugby Club.
Alongside his early physiotherapy career, he had a successful career as a professional rugby player within Wales and the English Championship. This has given him a deeper understanding into the relationship between athletes and specialist multi-disciplinary support teams. Leading to a unique empathy to the many situational factors athletes face during training, performance and injury.
Following his rugby career, he now trains for and competes regularly in Ironman and Triathlon events.