Physiotherapists are specialists trained to treat and rehabilitate all types of sports, spinal, joint, soft tissue and nerve conditions and are experienced at assessing and retraining movement patterns and postural disorders through targeted strengthening and hands-on treatment.
This may include soft tissue and joint mobilisation and manipulation, electrotherapy, acupuncture, hydrotherapy and exercise prescription. Our physiotherapists have also gained further training in the assessment and treatment of conditions causing headaches, dizziness and balance problems (known as vestibular disorders).
All the physiotherapists at Re:SPA are experienced in treating neck and back problems as well as having backgrounds in managing elite sports men and women aincluding Olympic swimmers, divers, tri-athletes, runners and gymnasts. Many have also travelled with professional football, cricket, rugby, hockey and netball teams. We also offer specialised screening for swimmers and runners to help prevent injury or stop recurrent problems.
All our physiotherapists are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and the Health Professionals Council (HPC) and Physio in the City is accredited with all UK Health Insurance companies so fees can be paid directly through your insurer subject to the terms of your personal health insurance policy.
Please call 0844 800 7312 or visit the Spa reception located behind the climbing wall at the Reebok Sports Club, above Waitrose. Alternatively click here to book online.
Leighton completed his Bachelor of Physiotherapy in New Zealand at Auckland University of Technology in 2008 and gained his Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2011.
He has worked with numerous sports teams in New Zealand, including New Zealand Football representative teams, New Zealand and Oceania Football champions Auckland City Football Club and has performed a player/physio role with premier football champions Bay Olympic. He has also attended the FIFA World Club Championship as part of the medical team with Auckland City Football Club.
Leighton combines his manual therapy skills with exercise prescription, education and muscle balance assessment for effective treatment and injury prevention strategies. Personally he has played football at a national age group representative level and is a keen golfer and surfer. With his involvement and personal interest in sport and exercise he understands the requirements to return to sport as soon as possible.
Eve graduated with a BSc. Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the University of East London in 2007 having previously completed a degree in Sports Science at the University of Greenwich. She started her career as a physiotherapist working in the NHS for three years where she specialised in treating musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions. She moved to the private sector in 2010 working at the Cromwell Hospital and joined our team at the Reebok Sports Club in 2012.
Eve is a qualified pilates instructor as well as a member of the Acupuncture Society of Chartered Physiotherapist and she likes to combine the use of acupuncture into her physiotherapy treatments where appropriate.
Eve has worked with many sports teams including, rugby, American football and basketball. Since 2009 she has been a physiotherapist with the England basketball team attending training sessions as well as travelling with the team to games and tournaments including European championships. She is currently the England U18 men's physiotherapist.
Eve has an extensive knowledge of basketball having played basketball herself for England at cadets level and national league in England and France. Her passion lies in managing sports injuries from all sports and getting participants back into play as quickly as possible. She enjoys combining concepts from her sports science background with her physiotherapy and medical knowledge in order to get the best out of people.
She likes to keep fit and her ambition is to swim the English Channel. Eve speaks fluent English, French and Ateso.
Ceri graduated from Curtin University in Perth, Western Australia with a bachelor of science, Physiotherapy. Ceri then relocated to Melbourne working at a leading physiotherapy practice developing her skills in sports injuries, chronic injury rehabilitation, Pilates and woman’s health.
Ceri has a strong interest in sporting injuries and pre/post natal related management and rehabilitation. Treating these conditions using a mixture of manual therapy, exercise rehabilitation and Pilates when necessary. Ceri believes it is extremely important for clients to be involved in their own recovery and therefore places high importance on client education. Ceri used to be involved in gymnastics and spring board diving and now keeps fit by running and going to the gym on a regular basis. Ceri moved to London in February of 2012 to follow her passion for travel.