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About Us


Lottie has always had a passion for sports and the importance of working towards peak performance.

She has competed to a high level in Squash and Hockey but generally loves anything active outdoors. She graduated from Queen Margaret’s University in 2013, within which she secured a student placement at Headley court, the defence military rehabilitation centre. After Headley Court her passion for active rehabilitation was lit. She initially worked for two years for a private Physiotherapy company which gave her a lot of experience in caseload management and put her through sports massage, osteopath and dry needling courses.

She then went off to gain experience in an elite performance gym in Vancouver, in which she was able to work with a wide variety of individuals involved in different disciplines and thus developing her skills in elite performance management. Lottie’s personal experiences as a national athlete and her knowledge of posture, sport injuries, motor vehicle accidents, biomechanics, functional movement and chronic pain help her to develop tailored treatments and effective strength rehabilitation programs. She focuses on strength, muscle activation and function, joint mobility, patient education and goals as her core foundations.


  • Taping and strapping course by ProActive. Diploma qualification level 2012

  • Sports massage course by ProActive. Diploma qualification level 2012

  • Attended a Peninsular Sportsmed conference in Derriford Hospital, Plymouth 2012

  • Hospital Major Incident Medical Management course – observer, Derriford Hospital, 2013

  • Bsc Hons Physiotherapy Queen Margaret University 2013

  • Soft tissue course through Physio World 2014

  • Osteopathy Course through Physio World 11th October 2014

  • Physioworld Band B examinations (equivalent to Band 6) – Passed 26th April 2015

  • Acupuncture Course through Physio World 21st November 2015

  • Deep Oscillation Hivimat Trained- June 2016

  • Edge Mobility Tool and suction cup trained- July 2016

  • Physiotherapy collaboration on Foot Dynamics and positioning- February 2017

  • Sportstherapy UK Dry Needling module 1- 13th January 2018

  • Dynamic Neuromuscular Stimulation course A- 8th February 2018

  • Prehab 101 Strength and conditioning course- 2nd September 2018

  • Temporomandibular Disorders Course through ACPTMD- Booked  3rd November 2018

  • Myofascial release course through Sports Therapy UK – 12th April 2019

  • Physiotherapy assessment and management of MSK conditions in pre and post pregnancy- 17-19th May 2019

  • Running repairs course through Tom Goom- 13th-14th July 2019

  • Advanced Dry Needling by Sports Therapy UK – 14th-16th September 2020

Active member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is HCPC and AACP registered.


Rob graduated from Cardiff University in 2014 and worked within NHS Wales gaining experience in a variety of clinical specialties including musculoskeletal outpatients, orthopaedic surgery, cardiac rehabilitation, stroke care and neurosurgery. Whilst in Cardiff he chose to specialise in musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, a speciality he continues to work in here within Plymouth Hospitals.

Rob takes an active role in continuing his professional development and management of sporting injuries, musculoskeletal pathologies and rheumatology conditions. Alongside his work in the NHS Rob has developed a passion for the rehabilitation of athletes at a Welsh Premiership rugby club, Fijian Nadi Rugby Football Club and as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for Cardiff Uiversity. When not working Rob enjoys anything outdoors including mountain biking, swimming and hiking.

  • BSc Hons Physiotherapy – Cardiff University 2014
  • Strength and Conditioning for Therapists – South West Physio 2013
  • Advanced Sports Taping – Cardiff Sports and Exercise Medicine Society 2014
  • Exercise and Sports Medicine Symposium –  Cardiff Sports and Exercise Medicine Society 2015
  • Assessment and Management of Musculoskeletal Pathologies – Cardiff and Vale University Health Board 2015
  • Welsh Rugby Union Intermediate Care in Rugby – WRU 2015 and 2016
  • Development of Service Personnel through Rehabilitation and Training – Royal Society of Medicine 2017
  • Running Repairs Course – Tom Goom 2019
  • Escape Pain Training Course – Escape Pain 2019


Daisy began her career in the health and fitness industry in 2018, she settled on a degree in Sports Therapy and Injury Rehabilitation and is now qualified and practicing Sports Therapist. 

As a keen runner and climber she felt there was a gap in the industry for well supported, individualised rehabilitation techniques following injury, something she had experienced first hand herself on numerous occasions! 

With a passion for injury prevention, particularly through encouraging her clients to be strong, not just for activities but daily life Daisy has incorporated many strength and conditioning techniques into her practice and seeing very successful results. 

Whether treating clients in the clinic or working with them in the gym, Daisy never uses a ‘one sizes fits all’ approach to recovering from injuries or getting stronger and really enjoys working 1-1 with clients to understand and build an approach that works best for their lifestyle, with the hope of making them bulletproof! 

Daisy’s practice is regularly updated and in line with modern research and CPD courses, and she hopes to be able to focus on women’s health and injury proofing for sport, learning more about this area in the future.

When not in the clinic or the gym, Daisy can often be found running, cycling, climbing or adventuring with her daughter Lily (generally trying to keep up!).


Chris is a HCPC and CSP registered physiotherapist, he graduated from The University of Plymouth in 2019. Following this he gained experience within the NHS and private medical practice. Through his dedication to delivering patient centred rehabilitation ensuring the patients wants and needs are always at the heart of his practice Chris was awarded the customer champion award whilst working for the largest private physiotherapy provider outside of the NHS.

Prior to training as a physiotherapist Chris was a Royal Navy Medical Assistant providing medical support to all arms of the British Military including the Royal Marines in some of the most austere environments around the globe. Chris has a keen interest in the pre and post rehabilitation of all levels of sporting injuries, further more he is passionate about maintaining activity through to older age. Chris is also experienced in the delivery of pulmonary rehabilitation in patients suffering from a variety of respiratory conditions