Fred constantly builds on his links between therapy and strength training because this is the only scientifically proven way to make a real difference. No treatment modality works in isolation and a mixture of well-practiced manual therapy and targeted strength training has a proven track record to long lasting recovery and injury prevention.
Fred built the Stronglines facility to enable well rounded therapy. He then built the Stronglines family to ensure a solid skill set that is delivered by professionals to get the best results.
Special interests – Spinal Injuries, Long Term Athletic Development, Cancer Rehabilitation, Triathletes.
Tom is passionate about the need to assess accurately, treat each client effectively and as an individual, whilst reminding them that rehabilitation continues beyond being pain free. Tom has an ability to see every facet of the client in front of him. He is exceptional at managing the mind as well as the body.
Special interests – Podiatric Biomechanics, Cancer Rehabilitation, Hockey, Winter Sports.
Ashni’s background in sport makes her keen to manage recovery, mobility and strength work in order to enhance performance and the importance of incorporating injury prevention exercises into rehab plans to reduce to risk of injury re-occurrence. Ashni enjoys applying the most up to date evidence-based research to her clinical practice. This interest in research has resulted in recent publication of her own work in the Journal American Academy of Orthotists and Prosthetists.
Special interests – Orthopaedics, Multi-Trauma, Research, Semi-Professional Rugby.
Having worked predominantly in the NHS, I have a keen interest in orthopaedics, particularly shoulder injuries and rehabilitation.
I recently completed a masters in Sports Medicine, Exercise and Health with the aim of making the sports medicine approach to treatment available to everyone, not just elite athletes. This also allowed me to research concussion assessments in rugby, aiming to influence better concussion management at amateur level clubs.
Special interests – Orthopaedics, shoulder injuries, rugby, concussion
We always have our ear to the ground for excellent Physios to join the Stronglines family. If you have a recommendation of someone that you think shares the same approach as us and could benefit from a supportive team environment, where we encourage one another to become the best clinicians we can be, please do ask them to get in touch.