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About Us

Why Choose Us

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 System

Our understanding, knowledge & experience has allowed us to develop a system which will help you achieve a pain free lifestyle. The three stages are:

  • Treat

  • Prevent

  • Enhance

What We Do

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 - Yoga, Clinical Pilates, Clinical PT and Running Technique Introduction.

Enhance - Running Technique Complete and Performance PT.

Patrick Kenny


  • 10+ years
  • Worked at Delhi CWG 2010 and London Olympics 2012
  • 14 Commonwealth and Olympic medal winning athletes under my care
  • Running Technique Coach
  • BSc, MSc and Kinetic Control Movement Therapist.


  • Running
  • Cycling
  • Snowboarding
  • Cooking (and eating!)
  • Addicted to assessing runners technique when walking in Richmond Park whilst my wife tells me off!

When it all started

I started my career in sports where I was responsible for a range of elite sports personnel for the Delhi Commonwealth and London Olympic games. The competitors under my care achieved 300% of their medal targets including gold Commonwealth, bronze and silver Olympic medals.

I settled back in the UK and completed my Masters in physiotherapy, whilst continuing to work in a leading London clinic. I have progressed to become the ‘Performance Director’ installing and developing 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.

I have over 10 years of experience working as a musculoskeletal therapist, published numerous articles and have specialised as a Kinetic Control Movement Therapist. I have successfully used my education and experience to approach the human body in a holistic way to manage injuries, symptoms and people.

I hope you decide to select our services in order to help you overcome pain and I look forward to working together to achieve this.

Meet Our Team

Your Team Of Experts

Olivier Bourdaud
Senior Physiotherapist

Olivier has lived in the South Alps of France and has worked as a physiotherapist for over 30 years. He owns a clinic in France and has moved to England to have new experiences and work in a different environment. Although, remaining close to Heathrow so he can see his wife and daughters frequently.

Olivier has significant experience in a range of conditions especially knees and shoulders. He works closely with a range of consultants and uses his experience to ensure that he gets you pain-free as quick as possible.

He loves cooking, eating healthy but tasty (!!) foods. He also enjoys being fit and healthy and loves all mountain sports, especially ski touring and climbing (He might find this difficult to maintain around Twickenham!)

CJ Torres GSR
Massage Therapist & Sports Rehabilitator

Cj graduated from St. Mary’s University, Twickenham with a degree in BSc (Hons) Sports Rehabilitation. He has worked as lead Sport Rehabilitator for Harlequins Amateurs RFC, Thamesians RFC and Millwall Lions FC U19’s,

CJ swears by using evidence based rehabilitation as well as education to tailor his services to each individual to ensure each patient will be going from pain to performance.

Lucy Burnell
Senior Physiotherapist

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 & Portuguese

Louisa Koussertari
Yoga Teacher

Louisa's style is very much open, light-hearted, experimental and accessible. Your attention will be bought to the breath, gaze, postures, and meditation with a focus on alignment, strength while catering for injuries.

Louisa uses adaptations in poses and adjustments to offer a supportive experience, working from the foundations up and with no rush.

Having worked with students with varying factors, such as athletic injuries, depression, anxiety, repetitive strain, sciatica, crohn’s, lupus and more, its allowed her to have the hands on experience to really be able to offer a practice of Yoga that is truly accessible to any individual and to work to their needs.

Yoga Teacher
Marvin Reid
Yoga Teacher

Marvin works clinically as a Senior Occupational Therapist in the community and is also a British Wheel of Yoga accredited teacher.

Marvin’s yoga teaching style honors the more traditional elements of yoga whilst drawing on the scientific literature base to bring in helpful approaches from therapeutic disciplines like osteopathy, physiotherapy and occupational therapy theory.

Marvin’s passion is to teach yoga in a safe and accessible way with an aim to give students the tools they need to promote joint health, reduce risk of injury/manage current injury, and improve mental and emotional fitness.