Our team includes:
Our team of Wimbledon Physiotherapists includes:
Charlie Bradford BSc MCSP HCPC registered
Senior MSK Physiotherapist and Team Leader
Charlie is a King's College London graduate and has worked in both the NHS and Private Sector. Time spent working in professional sport, such as Surrey Country Cricket Club and British Olympic athletes, has defined his professional physiotherapy abilities in both the Sporting and non-sporting fields.
Charlie uses a combination of hands-on treatment and exercise therapy to provide a tailored treatment programme. Charlie is trained in acupuncture, shockwave therapy and injection therapy. Charlie also works in the NHS as an extended scope practitioner in MSK medicine and trauma.
Toosie Bawden BSc MCSP HCPC registered
Senior MSK and Women's Health Physiotherapist
Toosie specialises in musculoskeletal as well as women's health physiotherapy. After graduating from The University of Cape Town, South Africa she has worked in private practice for various sports teams within the city. Toosie relocated to the UK and has since worked within the NHS and in private practice.
Toosie completed her post-graduate Women's Health training with the POGP in 2010, 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 pre/ante-natal care.
Toosie is also a certified APPI Pilates instructor and uses these skills along with her physiotherapy knowledge to develop individualised rehabilitation programs. Toosie is a qualified acupuncturist and registered with the AACP
Courtney Philips BSc MCSP HCPC registered
Senior MSK Physiotherapist
Courtney is originally from Ottawa, Canada and a qualified physiotherapist who graduated from Brunel University with a Master of Science in Physiotherapy, previously studied Kinesiology at Western University in Canada. Courtney has experience working in orthopedics, musculoskeletal, neurology, and as well as experiencing working with amateur and professional sports teams.
Courtney has a special interest in the rehabilitation process of treating patients from post-operation to their normal level of physical activity, especially with ACL reconstructions. Courtney uses a mixture of manual therapy and personalized rehabilitation treatment programs, tailoring to patient’s individual needs. Courtney is trained in acupuncture and shockwave therapy.
Senior MSK Physiotherapist
Joy is from Toronto, Canada where she graduated and worked as a Kinesiologist. Joy completed her Masters in Physiotherapy in London England at Brunel University. Joy specialises in treating a variety of musculoskeletal conditions, within varying ages and function levels. Joy uses varying techniques such as acupuncture, manual therapy, and exercise therapy. Joy is trained in acupuncture and shockwave therapy.
Frank Ngo BSc MCSP HCPC registered
Senior MSK Physiotherapist
Frank qualified as a physiotherapist after completing his Masters in Physiotherapy at King’s College London. Prior to this, Frank studied and completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Sports, Health, and Exercise Sciences at Brunel University London.
Frank has worked within the NHS including elective orthopaedics, musculoskeletal outpatients, sports injuries, and geriatric medicine specialities. Frank is an expert in detailed joint assessments to help develop specific rehabilitation programmes which will include core stability and strengthening programmes as well as using his manual therapy techniques to aid recovery.
M.DipC (SA) CCSP (USA)
Chris graduated in 1994 and quickly built up a highly successful practice in Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa. In 1997 he went on to complete a Sport Physician degree, focusing on Upper and Lower limb injuries. Known for his expertise in headaches, whiplash and neck problems, Chris included lecturing at the local University as part of his daily practice before taking up a post as a Medical Lecturer at the University of Surry in United Kingdom until 2004.
From babies to superior athletes, Chris strives to lead his patients to optimum health by relieving or managing different forms of pain. These may include Spinal problems (lower back, mid pain neck pain, headaches etc) to Upper and Lower limb problems (sports injuries) both in the acute and chronic phase.
B.Ost Dip. SMT Dip. MA
Sam has a Bachelor of Osteopathy from College of Osteopaths in London and is a fully registered member of the General Osteopathic Council. She also has a Level 5 Diploma in Sports Massage and Remedial Therapy as well as a diploma in Medical Acupuncture. She incorporates all these techniques into her sessions with patients, as well as prescription of home exercises, to create well-rounded approach to treatment.
Sam has worked with:
- All Blacks (Rugby Union)
- Argentina (Rugby Union)
- Italy (Rugby Union)
- Harlequins (Rugby Union)
- Miami Dolphins (NFL)
- Jacksonville Jaguars (NFL)
Sam’s extensive experience working in professional sport means she knows what it takes to successfully relieve pain and help patients come back from injury stronger. Sam will address the underlying cause of your problem then will use a combination of manual therapy techniques and corrective exercises to achieve lasting results.
“I’ve worked with Sam almost every day for 5 years after training and before games, she was a huge part of helping me recover from my injuries. She is extremely knowledgeable and professional, and I would recommend her to absolutely everyone.”
**Danny Care – England & Harlequins rugby player**
“Sam was a valued member of the support staff at Quins. She is extremely professional, skilled and willing to help. I wish her the best of luck in her career and have no doubt she will be very successful.”
**Nick Easter – England & Harlequins rugby player**