Beyond Health is a collaboration between some of London’s most experienced and clinically advanced physiotherapists, osteopaths and musculoskeletal health specialists who are passionate about making a positive and lasting difference to people’s lives.
World class Musculoskeletal Health for our Communities
Our ultimate goal has always been to provide a world-class destination where the ideal mix of musculoskeletal health practitioners collaborate to deliver industry-leading and science-based musculoskeletal health solutions which are worthy of an elite athlete and individually customised for ALL of our clients.
Restore, Transform, Perform
While we are experts in relieving pain and restoring movement and function, we take our clients beyond by focusing on lasting solutions. We inspire them with knowledge and provide the services required to ensure they build a strong and lasting musculoskeletal health foundation. Once this transformation has taken place we love nothing more than to see our clients performing at their best and achieving their goals with confidence and belief in their bodies.
Sustainable musculoskeletal health can only be achieved with an age considered comprehensive balance of optimum exercise, nutrition and recovery
At Beyond Health we believe that a careful balance of physiological and age appropriate exercise combined with a healthy eating plan should be matched with restorative practices such as rest, meditation and good quality sleep. This musculoskeletal health foundation provides physical and emotional resilience to the demands of everyday life AND prepares individuals, at any age, to challenge themselves in the pursuit of the activities they love.
Adele is a chartered physiotherapist with a focus on Women’s Health, Performing Arts and musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Adele’s skills and experience in the area of Women’s Health (enhanced through her ongoing training with the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Association, UK)) enables her to effectively assess and treat women for their postnatal check-ups, incontinence, abdominal and/or pelvic pain. Adele also works with patients in the Performing Arts sector, including recent experience with contemporary dance companies such as Matthew Bourne. Adele is also an APPI trained Pilates instructor.
Adele pursued a career in physiotherapy following 17 years in dance (primarily in classical ballet), which included a Bachelor of Arts (Dance) from the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. Adele’s dance background has shaped her understanding of the body and her passion for treating dancers and non-dancers alike. Since qualifying as a physiotherapist at the University of Notre Dame in Western Australia, Adele has undertaken further post-graduate training in Women’s Health as well as also recently completing an MSc in Dance Science at Trinity Laban, London.
Outside of the clinic, Adele enjoys travelling and watching any live dance performance.
Pelvic Health & Manual Physiotherapist
Alex has 27 years of experience in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal problems. He is dedicated to providing high quality and innovative treatments for his patients and the desire to be at the cutting edge of his chosen field.
As a former international athlete Alex has a keen interest and respect for elite sport and has consulted for UK Athletics, West Ham FC, Saracens RFC and practised on the ATP tennis tour and at the Paralympic Games.
Osteopath / Co-Founder
In 2014 Alex moved to London where he has continued his physiotherapy career working in various private clinics around the city and studying the latest evidence based approach to strength and conditioning for athletes returning to sport.
Alex is passionate about exercise rehabilitation and client empowerment, after 10 years in the industry he strongly believes the best results are achieved when both injury specific and contributing personal lifestyle factors are addressed throughout the treatment journey. He has a very hands-on style to treatment and rehabilitation – employing a number of techniques including myofascial release, neural mobilisation, spinal manipulation, and postural correction.
Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical S&C Instructor
Christos graduated with a Bachelor in Kinesiotherapy from the National Sports Academy of Bulgaria in 2000. Gained experience in various hospitals working with patients from orthopaedics, cardiovascular, respiratory, neurology, paediatrics and Sports medicine departments.
Since 2002 Christos focused his practice to Sports rehabilitation, treating proifessionals.The Greek National team of Athletics, the Greek National squad of Gymnastics and honoured to participate in 2004 Olympics as a member of the Greek National Gymnastics team. He also worked within various professional volleyball clubs.
In tandem with the athletes support, Christos was Tutoring soft tissue therapy and Sports massage for 8 years in Athens.
Since 2010 Christos is based in London working in various Clinics, treating a wide range of individual clients from elite athletes, as part of their training build-up, to City workers, Bankers and those needing to maintain flexibility and mobility to enable them to get through each day. Christos has outstanding experience and expertise in sports massage treatments and sports rehabilitation.
Faye graduated as a Physiotherapist from Queen Margret’s University in 2009 after completing a 4 year undergraduate at Edinburgh University studying Sports Science. Her 16 years of dance back ground coupled with Pilates training and Yoga teacher training make her the ideal rounded holistic practitioner.
Faye takes great delight in a varied case load but does have a passion for treating triathletes. So much so that she recently completed the Hever Castle Half Iron man in order to understand their training and injury process. Rumour has it; she is contemplating the “Coast to Coast” challenge in the Highlands next year!
She is a strong believer that movement dysfunctions as opposed to movement are the cause of injuries and treating to fix these dysfunctions through exercise therapy is the ultimate way to ensure a speedy recovery.
Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Pilates Instructor
Joseph’s passion for sport and fitness across the board, dove-tailed with his clinical interests in injury rehabilitation, strength & conditioning, nutrition and wellness have earned him the reputation of a thought leader in the musculoskeletal health and fitness industries.
With 20 years experience at the leading edge of physiotherapy and a hunger for continual acquisition of knowledge and best practice, Joseph is highly respected in the sports medicine community. The quality of this professional network is critically important for the top quality care of his clients.
Joseph has a huge client following based on excellent advice and excellent results. Whether it be quick fixes of pain or a complete overhaul of people musculoskeletal health, he loves solving your problems.
When Joseph is not busy in the clinic he is either sneaking a good coffee, exercising, on the south coast kitesurfing or in the alps skiing.
“I have real passion for problem solving complex presentations. I believe broad, integrative knowledge and advice based on good science is the key to long lasting solutions. I also firmly believe that exercise is medicine for the body and the mind!”
Physiotherapist / Co-Founder / Managing Director
Keith’s passion for physiotherapy developed when he realised that a life as a professional sportsman was a non-starter. An enthusiasm for human performance, physiology and wellbeing led him to pursue and undergraduate degree in Sport and Exercise Science and then a Masters in Physiotherapy.
Now 15 years qualified and having worked across a broad spectrum of performance groups including the English Institute of Sport, British Judo, England Lacrosse and British skeleton, Keith now brings his experience to all the injures coming through the Beyond Health doors. He brings a special interest in shoulder pain to the clinic.
Marta studied in both Dublin and Manchester and started her professional Physiotherapy career within the NHS in Manchester, completing her NHS rotations before moving into the private sector where she worked within a sports musculoskeletal clinic treating an array of injuries and conditions. She combined her hospital working with treating and working with semi- professional rugby teams over the course of a few years. It is within the private sector she saw a great need for women’s health post- natal care and trained in post-natal Pilates. Marta moved to London and continued to progress as a sports and rehab physio for women in London working in private clinics in Mayfair and Kensington. The number of patients that continued to come into the clinic presenting with pelvic pain, pelvic dysfunction and associated back pain was increasing. She knew that the muscles where all connected but needed more training in the pelvic health world to connect and treat the two but also to provide the right answers to her patients. This is when Marta decided to move to full time to pelvic health and team up with Maria Elliott – a pelvic health specialist in pelvic pain in London.
Over the course of the last few years Marta has undertaken a wealth of knowledge having been trained by some of the leading women’s health physios in the country such as Maria Elliott and Kate Walsh, alongside shadowing Holly Herman.
Marta has dedicated a vast amount of her time to learning and training from leading researcher and Women’s health physio Taryn Hallam from Australia: completing courses such as The Overactive Bladder, Exercise Sport and musculoskeletal Dysfunction, Advanced Prolapse and Stress Incontinence. And furthering her knowledge completing the The Female Athlete by Antony Lo. She has also completed a number of course in Biofeedback, Ultrasound and Bio-magnetic stimulation.
Marta works closely with the Mummy Mot team and teaches other physiotherapists the principles of returning to fitness for both pre-and post-natal ladies. She is currently looking to develop further pre-and post-natal courses in the future.
Her clinical caseload in London covers a broad spectrum of pelvic health conditions and she has a special interest in pelvic floor dysfunction, sexual pelvic floor dysfunction and post-natal recovery for both amateur and athletes. She is experienced in treating pelvic floor dysfunctions including overactive bladder, prolapse, ante-natal and post-natal problems, perineal tears, scar massage (tears and C-Section). She also treats women with endometriosis, pelvic, back, pelvic and coccyx pain during pregnancy.
Marta is also trained in treating more specialist problems such as sexual dysfunction, vulvodynia/vaginismus and sexual discomfort which she treats through manual therapy, breath work, visualisation, myofascial release techniques, activation and release techniques stretch and movement therapy. She also used bio-feedback in her clinic for some patients.
She is a strong believer in the benefits of holistic management and believes it helps to treat the pelvis as a biopsychosocial model.
Marta uses her musculoskeletal background to assess the body both externally and internally for all pelvic health patients to help analyse the bigger picture which can also help ante and post-natal women for specific pregnancy-related musculoskeletal pain conditions.
Marta is an associate member of the Association of Pelvic Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapist (POGP), a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and is registered with the Health & Care Professionals Council (HCPC).
Specialist Pelvic Health & Rehabilitation Physiotherapist
Mick Habgood MChS is an Australian (Sydney) trained Podiatrist who specialises in treating biomechanical and orthopaedic injuries of the lower leg. Having always been involved heavily in sports, Mick initially completed a degree in sports science but soon moved into the more specialised field of Sports / Biomechanical Podiatry after working alongside the sports medicine team at the Sydney Swans Australian Football Club.
Arriving in London in 2007, it was the exposure to working with world-class orthopaedic foot & ankle surgeons as well as the beginnings of a long professional collaboration within the European ski industry that directed Mick towards his current interests. The techniques learned from optimising the “static foot posture” within the rigid ski boot, combined with those of post-surgical orthotic management has lead to his current involvement within the UK’s cycling elite. The Londoner’s continued passion for recreational running however, has ensured an ever-evolving interest in running / foot biomechanics and the huge importance of optimising running technique to improve performance and being injury-free.
Ollie graduated with a Bachelors of Physiotherapy from Otago University in New Zealand in 2015. Since then, he has been working in a private practice Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy clinic in Christchurch.
Ollie has concurrently gone on to study Mechanical Diagnosis and Therapy and become a Credentialed McKenzie Therapist in 2017. Feeding his passion for biomechanics and optimizing human performance, Ollie has then completed further post graduate training earning his Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Certificate through the Australian Strength and Conditioning association. More recently Ollie has completed his foundation training in dry needling.
Alongside the physical approaches to rehabilitation, Ollie has a large interest in the psychology of healing and holistic approaches to wellness. From an evolutionary perspective, through stress management, nutrition and positive psychology, Ollie enjoys to facilitate his clients’ cognitive approach to their end goals.
Outside of the clinic, Ollie enjoys playing a wide range of sports, most notably cricket and surfing. When time allows, he also loves getting out hiking in the hills and off to explore new countries and cultures.
Sara is a keen runner and cyclist who firmly believes in the importance of massage for the wellbeing of muscles and mind.
She qualified as a Soft Tissue therapist at the London School of Sport Massage but has additionally added Dry Cupping , Indian Head Massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage, Pregnancy and Labour Massage as well as being a qualified Reflexologist.
She has been working for many of the major London sporting events such as the London Marathon and London-Surrey 100.
Sara is currently studying craniosacral therapy.
Sara has a very caring personality and her traits of kindness, passion and helpfulness are ever present.
Tessa grew up in NZ in an active and sporty family, so it was no surprise from an early age she wanted a career in physiotherapy. She studied a Bachelor of physiotherapy at Otago University and continued her love of sports working with University rugby and playing hockey. After graduating in 2007 she worked for 5 years in private practice in New zealand specialising in sports injury and rehabilitation. It was during this time she was involved in New zealand football providing Physiotherapy for national level womans football.
In 2012 she got the travel bug and moved to the UK, thinking she would be here for a year or so before moving home but has stuck around working in several private practices across london before coming to Beyond Health in 2016. As well as working Tessa has continued her drive to learn and develop her skills and in 2019 completed her Masters in MSK Physiotherapy with a focus on Strength and Conditioning.
Tessa has a special interest in strengthening and rehabilitation to return to activity and sports in both the general and post natal population. Her years of experience in sports and private practice combined with her education in strength and conditioning allows her to underpin everything she does with science, using this to truly find the source of injury or pain and take you through a journey to fully rehabilitate and get you back to better than you were before !!
Outside of the Clinic Tessa spends time with her Daughter Evie and Husband as well as working on her own training and fitness. She also loves to travel and spend time outdoors as much as possible. She has her own instagram page @theliftingphysio.
Physiotherapist / moveBeyond Clinical S&C Instructor
Client Services Team
Laura moved to London in 2019, is a kiwi born and raised, and has spent many years living in Australia and chasing the sun around the world. She completed over 350 hours of YTT, and teaches power vinyasa yoga at Power Yoga Co. in Parsons Green.
When she’s not at Beyond Health or teaching yoga, you can find her drinking espresso in the sun, on a spin bike, spending time in nature, or she’ll be exploring Europe on the weekends.
Client Services Team
Le joined our team in summer 2019 after a two-year career break to complete a 360 trip around the world.
Le was born and grew up in Fulham and has always worked in the Parson’s Green area. She knows the area very well and welcomes in a lot of client’s whom she knows from her previous roles in the community.
Client Services Team
Jo travelled to the UK after completing a double degree (BA – Psychology and BCom – Marketing) at Otago University in New Zealand. She has been based in London for the past 20 years and has worked in a variety of companies from Corporate Banking along with many start-up companies within Human Resources, Recruitment and Client Services roles.
Following a career break after having three children Jo is happy to have returned to work at Beyond Health on a part-time basis and is a devoted attendee of moveBeyond pilates. Jo discovered Beyond Health following a back injury and found the team not only friendly but incredibly supportive and helpful on her path to recovery.
Jo has developed a passion for women’s health since becoming a mother and loves nature, hiking, yoga and running around parks chasing or playing sports with her children.
Client Services Team
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Friday: 07:30 - 18:00
Saturday: 08:00 - 16:00
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