Meet The Team
Isla and Amy met at university and found that they shared the same passion for sport and the care and management of injuries. Both are keen sports women, who have a wide range of experience in many different sporting environments and have the same values both on and off the field. They are both dedicated to the continued care of their patients and whilst ensuring that the working environment is fun, they offer a highly professional service to help their patients remain injury free and to return them to their optimal performance level.
Amy has an BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science from Brunel University and an MSc in Sports Therapy from London Metropolitan University. Previously she has undertaken placements at sport injury and podiatry clinics as well as with the lead physiotherapist for England Athletics.
Amy has provided treatment at a variety of events from the British indoor rowing championships to the Windsor triathlon, and has spent over six years coaching in track and field as both a sprints coach and tutor for UK Athletics. This has enabled her to develop her knowledge in the field of running injuries and rehabilitation for both recreational and elite athletes. Outside of work, Amy enjoys running, horse-riding and hitting the slopes Bridget Jones style.
Isla has a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science (specialising in sports injuries) and an MSc in Sports Therapy from London Metropolitan University. Isla has previously undertaken placements at London Irish RFC, Wasps RFC, and has had the opportunity to work alongside specialist Orthopedic surgeons during consultancy. She enjoys working in both a clinic setting and at team events on pitch side, helping with both acute and chronic injuries. Additionally, Isla has provided treatment at the British Indoor Rowing Championships, Windsor Triathlon and the London Marathon. During Isla’s Masters degree she enjoyed carrying out extensive research on shoulder injuries within swimmers and has always been a keen rugby fan! During her spare time she enjoys training for long distance running events, socialising and travelling to anywhere that is not cold!
I completed a BSc in Sports Science at Loughborough University before going on to study an MSc in Sports Therapy at London Metropolitan University, graduating in 2011. I have spent time treating at London Irish RFC, numerous charity events as well as the British rowing championships. I also spent 5 months working in an Austria ski resort treating ski and snowboard enthusiasts of all abilities – as well as hitting the slopes as much as possible myself!
Outside of work I am a competitive level 400m sprinter with South of England and Kent champion titles to my name. I personally have experienced injuries of varying magnitudes resulting from the intense training and this experience along with my sports therapy skills enables me to support individuals with a greater understanding through their own training and fitness regimes.