Gordon spent his formative years in the Royal Air Force (1976–1992) as a member of the Physical Education Branch. While serving he trained at Queen Elizabeth’s Military Hospital Woolwich and later at the RAF School of Physiotherapy, qualifying in 1983 and further studied post-grad with Osteopaths and Chiropractors.
After several tours of duty on various units, including rehabilitation units at Headley Court and Chessington, he left the RAF to take up the position of Head of Rehabilitation at the Police Rehab Centre in Goring-on-Thames, and at the same time moved into private practice.
He has been the Senior Governing Body Physiotherapist to the British Bobsleigh and Bob-Skeleton Team (1996–2006, including four years as Performance Director) and was a member of the Great Britain teams at the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan (1998), Salt Lake City, USA (2002), and Torino, Italy (2006).
Gordon was Medical Lead for the Canadian Speed Skating Team at the Vancouver Olympic Games (2010) and Chief Physiotherapist to UK Athletics/British Athletics at the London Olympic Games (2012). He attended the Olympic Holding Camp with Canada in Sochi, Russia (2014) and the PyeongChang Winter Games in Korea (2018), again with Canada.
Gordon has been a Consultant to several professional football teams, including Bolton Wanderers, Liverpool, Wigan Athletic, Derby County, QPR and Sunderland.
Gordon currently acts as a Consultant to London Irish RFC, as well as to several track and field athletes.
Gordon passionately believes in striving for excellence and making sure the service he and his colleagues provide is the best it can be. To this end he spends many hours improving his knowledge and skills and an equal number of hours mentoring and teaching others. Courses can be found on the website.
“It is this constant transfer of information that enables a practitioner to grow, given that we can never know enough, there is no time to waste, understanding the why is more important than the what.”
David has over 20 years’ experience of working in professional football. During this time, he provided the treatment, rehabilitation and injury management for all players involved at this level, from mature professionals, to aspiring children at the school of excellence (now Wycombe Wanderers Academy).
In 2004 he moved into a senior lecturing position within the School of Life and Medical Sciences at the University of Hertfordshire. He currently combines lecturing with rehabilitation and sports injury practice.
David has extensive experience in the management of sports injuries that affect athletes at all levels. He has a keen interest in all aspects of sports medicine. In particular, he is well known for his specialist knowledge regarding the assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of knee injuries and groin pain.
In the ever-changing world of sports medicine, David has always endeavoured to be at the forefront of new developments. He takes great pleasure in using this knowledge to help his clients return to their chosen sport.
Ruari has been a practising Osteopath since 2003, after graduating from the British School of Osteopathy in London. Previously Director of the highly regarded Breakspeare Clinic in the Wychwood Valley, he has now moved to the other side of the county and brings his experience and expertise to The Bosworth Clinic team. Over the past 12 years, Ruari has held a number of educational posts, including Lecturer and Tutor at Oxford Brookes University, and Senior Lecturer at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Edinburgh and Birmingham. He is passionate about education, and applies this to both his students and his patients, should they wish it!
Ruari has remained open-minded regarding treatment, enabling him to provide a wide range of treatment modalities to suit most types of problems and people. He strongly believes in the idea of looking at the whole body to understand why it has gone wrong, and how to improve it. This generalist approach reduces the chances of missing vital clues in a diagnosis at the beginning. This fits well with the whole ethos of the Bosworth Clinic, but comes at it from a slightly different viewpoint. He is very happy to talk to people about osteopathy and how it fits into the world of physical therapy. Just ask!
Catherine has worked as a Physiotherapist for over 20 years and has a particular interest in prehabilitation work and screening. She is Gold accredited with the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine.
Catherine has worked in a variety of sports and completed an MSc in Sports Physiotherapy. She was the Lead Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme Physiotherapist – an Olympic development programme (2010–2015), and was HQ Physiotherapist for Team GB at the World Winter Student Games. Catherine was selected to work at the 2012 Olympics (Tennis) and the Paralympics (Athlete Village) in 2012. She was the Lead Physiotherapist for Oxford University Women’s Boat Club (2015). She is also a part-time Teaching Fellow at the University of Bath on their MSc in Sports Physiotherapy. Catherine has been part of the physiotherapy team working at the Wimbledon Championships at the All England Lawn Tennis Club since 2015. She is also the Lead Physiotherapist at the Junior Elite Tennis academy in Northwood.
Alan joins us from a rehabilitation specialism in elite sport, having spent the last 4 years working within the renowned Team GB Intensive Rehabilitation Unit, where he has acted as the clinical lead.
Alongside working at The Bosworth clinic, he will continue to work within Olympic sport through British Athletics and GB Snowsport.
Alans interest lies within problem solving and connecting the dots within Physiotherapy, S&C and rehabilitation. He has a BSc in Physiotherapy, MSc in Sports Injury Rehab and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
BSc (Hons) MSC*D CSCS CSP HCPC
Anthony is an experienced Physiotherapist and was the Clinical Lead Physiotherapist at a busy practice in Berkshire, where he treated patients from 7 years old to over 100 years old. He has extensive experience of pre- and post-operative care, traumatic and non-traumatic injuries, and management of sporting injuries.
After completing his BSc in Physiotherapy at Oxford Brookes University he completed an MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham. As well as working at The Bosworth Clinic he is also an Associate Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University on the Physiotherapy programme.
His core principle is that good physiotherapy must focus on an in-depth assessment of the individual and a “one size fits all” approach is to be avoided.
Outside of work he enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children. Anthony has a black belt in Judo and is working towards a coaching qualification, as well as this he enjoys running and circuit training. In the dim and distant past he also completed a degree in Archaeology.
Please note Caitlin is currently on maternity leave.
Caitlin qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2012, spending the first two years providing services such as medico-legal treatment to a range of public sector organisations, before specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She has since completed a Level 3 Diploma in Sports Massage, an MSC in Sports and Exercise Nutrition, and more recently set up her nutrition business providing nutritional advice and support to athletes.
Caitlin has worked within the field of Sports Physiotherapy with local rugby, tennis and rowing clubs, and was the Lead Physiotherapist for Oxford University Women’s Lightweight Rowing Club (2016–2019). She is a qualified Lawn Tennis Association coach and has organised and led tennis courses at several schools. Caitlin is also interested in gymnastics, dance and racquet sports, as well as equestrian rider injuries, working with British Eventing providing physiotherapy for riders at Blenheim International Horse Trials.
Outside the clinic you will find Caitlin either on a tennis court playing for her club, exploring trail running routes, or out walking with her mad Hungarian Vizsla.
Frankie qualified as a Physiotherapist from Oxford Brookes in 2015, previously having studied Sports Science at Loughborough University. She is currently undertaking a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from Bath University. Frankie is also a fully qualified (APPI) Pilates Instructor, teaching classes outside of her physio practice. Pilates therefore, features in the management, treatment and rehabilitation of her patients.
Frankie’s physio career started in the NHS within an MSK outpatient setting before moving into private practice in 2018. During this time, Frankie started working with Oxford University Women’s Boat Crew, whom she continues to work with today.
Away from physio, Frankie has a huge passion for sport. A keen triathlete and runner, competing in anything from 5k’s to marathons. She has completed quite a few Ironman’s and 70.3’s and fully appreciates how tough injury can be for athletes.
Originally from Belfast, Sharon graduated from Cardiff University and quickly developed a keen interest for treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries. She completed her junior rotations in the NHS and also worked in private practice during this time before joining The Bosworth Clinic full time. Since then, Sharon has developed a wealth of experience in treating acute sports injuries and rehabilitation and has worked with rugby and hockey teams.
Having been involved in triathlon, Sharon’s participation in sport led her to her most recent work in Portugal, where she has been based for six months as a Physiotherapist and Coach for Tri Training Harder (a coaching and triathlon training holidays company). She has been working alongside an elite team and coached athletes to help manage training related and acute sports injuries; Sharon has a keen interest in injury prevention and screening, but also enjoys treating a wide range of musculoskeletal problems.
Sharon is an Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute Instructor and likes to use a combined treatment approach, often using Pilates alongside manual therapy techniques to help clients reach their goals. She is an enthusiastic physiotherapist and loves the problem-solving element to her work – she is not interested in just treating the symptoms, but also dealing with the cause.
Sharon is currently undertaking an MSc in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Bath.
Physiotherapist & Soft Tissue Therapist
Physiotherapist & Soft Tissue Therapist
Simon comes from a sporting background of rugby, powerlifting and Olympic weightlifting; as such, he has discovered first hand the frustrations of injuries. His passion for physiotherapy comes from wanting to understand why something has occurred, realising that the best way to treat injuries is to address the whole picture and work with the person holistically. He started his career undertaking a sports massage qualification, working alongside Cambridge & Coleridge and Cambridge University Athletics Club. A close working relationship with the coaching staff allowed him to expand his knowledge and drive a further desire of knowledge on biomechanics and treatment of the human body.
Looking to develop further, Simon enrolled in an MSc in Physiotherapy at Brunel University London. During his time studying, Simon worked alongside Linford Christie, as a therapist for his academy’s athletes and was the lead soft tissue therapist for the Brunel Sports Scholar programme, supporting them through their training and British University & Colleges Sports competitions. He also went to several national events with the Brunel Weightlifting team, keeping athletes in optimal performing condition and working on injury prevention by collaborating with the head coach for their programmes.
Simon understands both the physical and mental demands of being out of your favourite sport and takes great pleasure in working with his athletes; to optimise performance, prevent injuries and work holistically to rehabilitate back to competition.”
Sophie qualified in 1999 with a BSc in Physiotherapy awarded by Brunel University. She developed an early interest in treating people with neurological disorders and specialised in 2001 working as a Senior Neurological Physiotherapist for St George Healthcare trust in London. This post included nine months at the Wolfson Neurorehabilitation Centre where she was the Senior Physiotherapist for the Cognitive Team.
After moving to Oxfordshire in 2002 Sophie joined the team at the Oxford Centre for Enablement, a specialist neurological rehabilitation centre. She became the Lead Physiotherapist for the Continuing Disability Management Service, a multi-disciplinary team providing specialist assessment and treatment for people with long-term and progressive neurological conditions.
In 2006 Sophie joined the Physical Disability Physiotherapy service for Oxford Health NHS Trust, providing highly specialist physiotherapy support for people with complex neurological conditions. She has developed an extensive network both in and outside the NHS, having developed close working relationships with other teams and services.
Sophie is an expert in the physiotherapy treatment of neurological disorders and has taught and practised extensively. She has a particular interest in the management of spasticity having worked jointly with a neurological consultant in a weekly spasticity clinic.
She is a long-term member, and sits on the committee of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology. She regularly attends courses and conferences relevant to her area of interest and is committed to her continuing professional development for the benefit of herself and her patients.
In 2014 Sophie set up Oxfordshire Neurophysiotherapy to provide specialist independent physiotherapy for people with neurological conditions.
Jen qualified in 1993 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from Coventry University. She worked at the Leicester Royal Infirmary (LRI), and after 18 months specialised in Neurological Rehabilitation as a rotational Senior Physiotherapist. This included working with an inpatient and outpatient neurology team, a neuro-rehabilitation team, on the Stroke unit as well as working with complex trauma patients with head injuries. She worked with the Lead Parkinson’s disease Consultant to pilot a joint Consultant/Physio clinic. Jen later headed up the Rehabilitation Physiotherapy team at LRI treating patients with a variety of neurological conditions (particularly stroke and head injury) as inpatients and outpatients.
In 2000 she relocated to Oxfordshire and joined the Physical Disability Physiotherapy Service for the Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust. Jen relished the opportunity to work with a wide variety of people with complex neurological conditions, e.g. Parkinson’s Disease, stroke, head injury and multiple sclerosis. She has developed close working relationships with local gyms, sport centres and Headway Oxford. She has excellent working relationships with many other specialist teams and services within Oxfordshire.
Jen is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Neurology and regularly attends courses and conferences to ensure that she is up to date with new technologies, best practice and continued professional development.
Jen enjoys a busy family life, loves running with her Springer Spaniels, skiing and is a coffee connoisseur!
Caroline qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2003 with BSc (Hons) from Oxford Brookes University. Since 2005, Caroline has worked as a Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist in hospital, out-patient and community settings within the NHS and private practice. She joined Oxfordshire Neurophysiotherapy (ON) Physio full-time in 2016.
While enjoying all aspects of neurological physiotherapy, Caroline has a special interest in Multiple Sclerosis. As such, since joining ON Physio, she set up an aquatic exercise class for people with MS, now successfully running for two years. Caroline also enjoys delivering specialist Parkinson’s exercise classes, seeing people at their homes or in clinic for individual treatment sessions.
Caroline believes strongly in evidence-based practice, and offering people the full range of treatment options available. Her recent training and accreditation include Functional Electrical Stimulation (Odstock PACE certified), Parkinson’s Disease Warrior Instructor, Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (ATACP) Accredited Foundation Programme in Aquatic Therapy (taught element) and a post-graduate module in Exercise Prescription for Long-Term Conditions and neurofit training.
Caroline continues to maintain and develop her skills and knowledge through attendance of relevant courses and, in addition to Chartered Society of Physiotherapy membership, is an active member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists with Interest in Neurology and of ATACP.
Nutrition & Sports Nutrition
Nutrition & Sports Nutrition
Helen Money holds a BSc (Hons) in Human Nutrition and a PG cert in Applied Sports Nutrition. Helen provides nutritional advice based on scientific evidence. She works with clients to enable them to perform to the best of their ability, be it on the sports field, in the boardroom or at home.
Helen provides advice and diet plans to support clients in a range of areas, including weight loss, weight gain, management of symptoms of IBS and other gut conditions, stress, fatigue, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, health maintenance, injury prevention and sports nutrition.
Formerly a fund manager, Helen worked in the City for 16 years. She is focused on helping clients realise their goals, ensuring not only that goals are achievable, but also sustainable in their home/working environment. Helen is also the mother of two young children and appreciates the importance of eating well during pregnancy, the pressures of family life and the responsibilities of teaching children to eat well.
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Strength & Conditioning Coach
Ben is an accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCC) with the UK Strength and Conditioning Association (UKSCA) and holds a MSc in Sports Strength & Conditioning from the University of Gloucestershire. Alongside his private work, Ben is a Strength and Conditioning (S&C) Coach for the English Institute of Sport (EIS), working with British Gymnastics across their Olympic funded sports and leading the physical preparation for the GB Trampolining programme.
Over the past 10 years Ben has gained experience across multiple sports, age groups and abilities. Whilst with the EIS, Ben has worked with GB Swimming, Pentathlon GB, GB Wheelchair Fencing and British Skeleton, whilst also working as a contractor for British Army Elite Athletes Programme and England Hockey.
During his MSc, he oversaw the creation and implementation of the Severn Stars Superleague Netball franchise pathway (U21, U19 and regional U17 hubs). He has also led the S&C provision for Wycliffe College Squash Academy, having previously held similar positions with several junior tennis centers and academies.
Privately, Ben currently works with professional squash players, national age group triathletes, junior tennis players and provides collaborative rehabilitation to people of all ages and abilities alongside their medical practitioner. Ben has also consulted with the EIS, England Table Tennis and New Zealand Squash.
Soft Tissue Therapist
Soft Tissue Therapist
Bryony graduated in 2014 from Nottingham Trent University with a First Class Sports & Exercise Science degree. She qualified as a Level 4 Sports Massage Practitioner and started her own soft tissue therapy business in Oxfordshire. Bryony was appointed First Team Soft Tissue Therapist at Nottingham Forest LFC, Oxford United WFC and Oxford City Athletics Club.
In addition to full Sports Massage Association (SMA) membership, Bryony is a recognised practitioner for unfunded Great Britain Olympic and Paralympic athletes through the SMA Road2Success Scheme and the Sport England Talented Athlete Scholarship Scheme. She is also fully qualified in Fascial Movement Taping and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilisation.
A recently retired international cheerleader/gymnast, Bryony specialises in preparatory and recovery soft tissue therapy, soft tissue injury rehabilitation, and occupational-/postural-related muscular skeletal disorders.
Soft Tissue Therapist & Pilates Instructor
Soft Tissue Therapist & Pilates Instructor
Kate has over 20 years’ experience working in the Fitness Industry around the Oxford area.
An initial love of aerobics turned her hobby into her full-time career. She passed her Exercise to Music exam with the London YMCA in July 1994 and has continued to teach a variety of classes at a range of venues around Oxford. This was followed by studying for a Personal Training Diploma at the London YMCA in 1997. She worked in various gyms as Duty Manager and designed fitness programmes for clients.
In February 2007 she completed her PTS Diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage. This was taught under licence from the London School of Sports Massage whose main principal is Mel Cash, famous for his pioneering work in this field. Kate is also a STOTT Pilates® instructor and is currently studying for her next level exam on the Reformer (a sprung bed-like frame, which incorporates Pilates exercises).
Kate hosts a variety of classes at the Clinic including Pilates, Pre- and Post-Natal Pilates, Yoga Stretch, Body Balance and Functional Fitness. Kate also undertakes private Pilates sessions and sports massage therapy.
Kate is a qualified instructor in many disciplines, including Fitness for the Older Person (1997), Bodypump (2000), Tomahawk Indoor Cycling (2000), Reebok Flexible Strength (2001), Speedo Aqua (2004), Body Balance (2007) and Zumba (2010).
Assistant Practice Manager
Assistant Practice Manager