We love what we do and we believe that comes across in our treatment, through the feel of our clinic and our dedication to top quality customer service.
We have a lot of happy and pain-free clients, we look forward to making you one of these as well.
Our understanding, knowledge & experience has allowed us to develop a system which will help you achieve a pain free lifestyle. The three stages are:
In our modern, central Twickenham clinic we have a range of services to help you move better and be pain free.:
Treat – Physio and Massage.
Prevent – Clinical Pilates, Clinical PT and Running Technique Introduction.
Enhance – Running Technique Complete and Performance PT.
Your Team Of Experts
Lize Nel is a physiotherapist who has 15 years of experience as a physiotherapist. Although from South Africa, Lize has worked in the UK for several years.
Lize specialises in diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal with the focus on finding out the reason for her patient’s pain and addressing the cause, not only the symptoms, to ensure a good and lasting outcome. This skill set is ideal for treating chronic and complex injuries .
Lize also runs our Pilates classes and has had extensive training in running technique analysis and coaching.
Outside of work, Lize enjoys triathlon and has completed multiple Ironman 70.3 events. Running has always been her main love though, and she has participated in multiple local and international marathons, as well as ultra marathons, with a sub 3:30 marathon PB.
Jack is a physiotherapist who specialises in movement-based rehabilitation. He initially graduated from St Mary’s university Twickenham and has since gone on to complete his Physiotherapy Masters and various biomechanical courses.
Jack has worked in a variety of clinics and sports teams. Jack’s approach focuses on using movement-based rehabilitation alongside manual therapy to reach patients goals. He believes that patient education, movement quality and control is key in not only removing pain, but to stop it coming back!
Jack has worked with the general public for the last 6 years treating musculoskeletal conditions and also leading a Parkinson’s treatment team. Jack is a certified running coach with extensive experience in assessing, treating and adapting biomechanical issues. He as worked with a range of runners from beginners to elite level.
Jack is passionate about his sport and is a keen snowboarder, footballer and golfer in his spare time.
Patrick started his career in sports where he was responsible for a range of elite sports personnel for the Delhi Commonwealth and London Olympic games. The competitors under his care achieved 300% of their medal targets including gold Commonwealth, bronze and silver Olympic medals.
He has completed his Masters in physiotherapy, whilst continuing to work in a leading London clinic. Patrick has a Movement Health philosophy, where if we train our body to move in a variety of different ways we will not continually stress the same body parts. This is the key to achieving a pain free and improved life through Movement Health.
He has 10 years of experience working as a musculoskeletal therapist, published numerous articles and have specialised as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist.
Patrick likes to run, cycle, snowboard and cook (and eat!). He is also addicted to assessing runners technique when walking in Richmond Park, much to his wife’s despair! Don’t worry, he is receiving professional help for this.
Adam has over 10 years experience in the sport and health industry. He originally graduated with a Sports and Exercise degree before completing a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy from St George’s University of London.
Adam has worked at Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and was a critical part of the medical team during the Chief’s European and Domestic double winning season of 2019/2020.
Adam brings a hands-on approach to treatment that combines effectively with his strength and conditioning programmes. This approach ensures that your injury is not only treated but prevented from returning.
He is a keen surfer, cyclist and rugby player. Adam hopes to share his passion for exercise and sport to help aid your return to your lifestyle goal.
Having graduated from the University Of Liverpool in 2013 with a degree in Physiotherapy, Lucy has gained experience working as a Senior Physiotherapist within the NHS and has also worked for various rugby teams.
Lucy has a broad clinical skill set and is trained in Acupuncture, and has also trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute to teach matwork Pilates. She enjoys treating a variety of conditions including the upper and lower limb, and spinal conditions. Lucy enjoys a hands on approach to treatment including use of acupuncture, joint manual therapy, taping, soft tissue work, and strength and conditioning training.
Her treatment philosophy is to provide a holistic approach to each patient. Education forms an important part of each consultation; ensuring patients understand the cause of their condition and have the ability to manage it as well as possible. Additionally she is committed to health and wellbeing, aiming to improve patients’ quality of life through education and healthy lifestyle choices.
During her spare time Lucy enjoys being active, enjoying cycling, CrossFit, surfing and skiing. She also loves learning new languages and enjoys practising her Spanish and Portuguese.
Emer graduated from St. Mary’s University, Twickenham with a degree in BSc (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation. She has worked as a Sports Rehabilitator for a number of rubgy teams, including the London Bronco’s.
Emer ensures all her sessions are evidence-based rehabilitation and fun! In addition to this, she focuses on educating you on different techniques to self-manage your aches and pains.
Each session is tailored to the individual to ensure each client will be going from being in pain to enhancing their day to day lifestyle.
During her spare time Emer loves to be active including her two ski holidays per year and watching any gaelic sports.
Jenna completed her BSc (Hons) in Sports Rehabilitation at St Mary’s University, and has continued to develop her professional skills with post-graduate courses, gaining a distinction in her ITEC Level 4 Sports Massage Therapy.
Jenna has amassed over 10 years’ experience of working in a clinical setting and her interests include Manual Therapy, Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement. Jenna has also worked in professional sport, treating World and Olympic Champion athletes, forming part of the medical team for Team England at the Commonwealth Games holding camp, land training with Guildford City Swimmers.
Jenna enjoys working with a wide variety of clientele including postural correction, general wellbeing, fitness, and high performance. As well as being a member of the team at Move Physio, Jenna is a competitive athlete herself and has competed at International level. She enjoys travelling, particularly when combining it with a major sports event at the same time.