Meet the team
BA(Hons) MSc MCSP SRP
Paul is the principal physiotherapist for The Partnership, and has a particular interest in sports injuries, having worked for a number of years with Olympic sportsmen at the Games and at home with their injuries and programmes for prevention. He works closely with governing bodies of athletics, swimming and hockey, both at home and internationally, and has attended numerous Olympic and Commonwealth Games, and world championships with a number of these sports.
As well as a physiotherapist, Paul is also a Pilates instructor, having trained with Body Control Pilates, and now acting as the consultant to the organisation. His Pilates experience has lead him to write a number of books on the practise, working on areas of back care, sports injuries and travel wellbeing.
Paul has received the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award 2000 (Team Award). He lectures worldwide on sports injuries and Pilates and acts as a consultant to national dance companies and British Airways (in-flight wellbeing programme).
Alison graduated in 1987 in Cape Town, South Africa, with a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy) degree. She subsequently worked in hospitals and private practice in both South Africa and the UK.Her special interest is in ‘muscle as a source of pain’ and she has spent a number of years lecturing on this subject throughout the UK. She is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council and recognised by a number of private health insurance companies.
Rob graduated as a physiotherapist in New Zealand in 1982. He has worked in private practice in New Zealand, Australia and the UK for many years. He has post graduate qualifications in manipulation and has taught physiotherapy graduates in this area in the UK. He has also been practicing acupuncture in relation to physiotherapy conditions since 1988. Rob’s main interest is in sports and spinal injuries.
Fiona graduated as a physiotherapist in 2000 and is also a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). She has 11 years’ experience working as a specialist physiotherapist for the Royal Air Force and as team physiotherapist for
Icarus FC, the RAF Officers’ football club. Fiona also has a special interest in the assessment and treatment of children with dyspraxia, handwriting difficulties and other coordination problems.
Fiona qualified as a Dru Yoga teacher in 2006 and as a Dru Meditation teacher in 2018. She also teaches Yin Yoga and Yoga Nidra and passionately believes in yoga’s therapeutic benefits.
Mon-Fri: 08:00 to 19:00 (last appointment)
Physiotherapy – Women’s Health:
Mon / Wed / Thu: 09:30 to 17:00
Thu / Fri: 09:00 to 17:00
See timetable on ‘Pilates’ page