Physiotherapists / Who we are

Our team of Physiotherapists includes:


Charlie Bradford BSc MCSP HCP registered


Senior MSK Physiotherapist and Team Leader

Charlie is a King's College London graduate and has worked in both the NHS and Private Medical Sector. Time spent with professional sporting bodies, such as Surrey Country cricket club and the London Bronco's Rugby League, has defined his professional physiotherapy abilities in both the Sporting and non-sporting fields.

Some of his specialities include the diagnosis and treatment of spinal, shoulder, pelvic and jaw conditions.

Charlie uses modalities such as acupuncture, joint manipulation, Pilates and soft tissue massage.

Drawing on his own background in sport, Charlie, once a semi- professional rugby player, enjoys the challenge and reward of personal and academic experience in diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries. Surfing is his sport of choice lately, and the rugby passion is practised from a couch rather than the field.

Toosie Bawden BSc MCSP HCP registered


Senior MSK and Women's Health Physiotherapist

Toosie is a Chartered Physiotherapist who specialises in musculoskeletal as well as women's health physiotherapy. After graduating from The University of Cape Town, South Africa with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy in 2002, she then worked in private practice for 3 years, specializing in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and hydrotherapy, also working the sidelines for various sports teams within the city. She relocated to the UK and has since worked within the NHS and in private practice.

Toosie is also a certified APPI Pilates instructor and uses these skills along with her physiotherapy knowledge to develop individualised treatment and rehabilitation programs to treat a wide range of sporting injuries along with other postural related complaints. Added to this, she is a qualified acupuncturist and registered with the AACP.

Toosie completed her post-graduate Women's Health training with the POGP in 2010, and continues to add new skills and treatment options to her repertoire with regular courses. She has extensive experience treating a wide range of uro-gynaecological complaints from urinary incontinence to pelvic pain as well as sports related pelvic dysfunction and ante-natal care.

Robert Holloway BSc MCSP HCP registered


Senior MSK Physiotherapist

Robert qualified as a physiotherapist in 2009 from the University of the Nottingham. He studied Pharmacology prior to this and graduated in 2007 from Bristol. After graduating in Physiotherapy he worked within the NHS gaining post surgical and musculoskeletal experience and additionally worked for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. Within two years he set up his own business in Physiotherapy and massage.

He worked with several local rugby teams consecutively with private work from 2011 onwards. Based from a gym in Epsom, he worked with professional martial artists, body-builders and recreational athletes including marathon runners and track athletes. He massages for Virgin at the London Marathon and backstage with professional music artists. He worked for Esher Rugby Club and then the London Broncos in 2014 and currently also works with Multiple Sclerosis clients.

He joined PhysioSW19 in May 2015 and continues to practise in a variety of fields. Robert specialises in soft tissue treatment and assesses to reach the root causes of the problems as well as treating the symptoms using an evidenced based approach. He is a keen sportsman and particularly enjoys martial arts.

Nathan Broadhurst BSc MCSP HCP registered


Senior MSK Physiotherapis

Nathan graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (1st class honours), from the University of Queensland in Australia. During his time there, he conducted some research on the assessment of tennis elbow which has been published in the journal of Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise.

Since graduating, Nathan has worked within a number of well-respected musculoskeletal clinics in Australia. Last year he was the team physiotherapist for the Papua New Guinea Rugby League side. He has also worked with Queensland Schoolboy Rugby League sides who compete at a national level.

Given his experience in a sporting setting, he has a keen interest in assessing and treating sporting and musculoskeletal injuries, particularly shoulders, elbows, knees and ankles.

Outside of work, Nathan likes to stay active, travel, watch sport, and catch up with friends on the weekend.

For further information on the services we offer and conditions we treat, or to book an appointment please call 020 8947 2053, email admin@physiosw19.co.uk or complete the form below.

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