Mark graduated in 2001 at the University of East Anglia, where he completed his BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy. Subsequently, he moved to Chelmsford to work at Broomfield Hospital, where he developed his career to work as a highly-specialised practitioner within the musculoskeletal outpatient department. In October 2008 he moved into a clinical specialist role at Newham University Hospital, during his time there he was seconded to set up a Physiotherapy service within the Emergency Department. Of late Mark has moved into a Physiotherapy management position at East London NHS Foundation Trust, where he also remains in a clinical specialist role.
Mark’s extensive post-graduate training enables him to practise acupuncture and he is also qualified to give pain-relieving injections. Mark’s experience extends outside the hospital, having spent five years working in elite sport at West Ham United Football Club, within the Academy.
In collaboration with Paul, they set up Elite Physiotherapy Services in 2004. Since then, the practice has grown to offer physiotherapy services at sites across Essex and London.
Paul is Co-director and principal physiotherapist of Elite Physiotherapy Services - with over fifteen years of specialist level clinical experience. He qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2001 and since qualification has undertaken a wealth of postgraduate studies, including Diploma's in Injection Therapy, Acupuncture, Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging and a Masters in Orthopaedic Medicine.
Paul has extensive experience at elite level within UK Athletics and Premiership football. Furthermore, Paul has worked as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist within the NHS, currently holds the position of Clinical Manager for NHS physiotherapy services across the Mid Essex area and has undertaken a number of consultant advisory roles with London and Essex based Clinical Commissioning Groups.
Interests outside of work include self-build housing development and attempting to keep up with three sons and two boxer dogs!
Stephen graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2003 with a BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy. Following his graduation, he began his career at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford, where having completed his junior rotations he has developed into an Advanced and Extended Scope Practitioner working within the out-patient department. Here, he provides specialised treatment and management of a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.
Stephen's role at Broomfield Hospital extends further into the A&E Department and into various Fracture and Orthopaedic Clinics. More recently, he has been working as an Extended Scope Practitioner specialising in lower limb injuries in some of these Orthopaedic Clinics alongside a range of Orthopaedic Consultants. In A&E and fracture clinic, he provides advice and management on acute injuries which remains a popular choice of interest for him. Stephen is currently working towards his Master’s Degree in Physiotherapy at the University of Hertfordshire and other post-graduate training enables him to use acupuncture and hydrotherapy on a variety of musculoskeletal conditions.
Additionally, Stephen has gained experience in acute sports injuries whilst working as the physiotherapist for Chelmsford Hockey Club and this involved treating international players from across the world. Stephen's interests outside of physiotherapy are split between spending time with his famly and playing football and cricket for local clubs. He has been working for Elite Physiotherapy Services since 2009.
Scott graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2008 with a BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy and completed his Post Graduate Diploma in 2015. His extensive post-graduate training enables him to practise acupuncture and he is also a qualified sport scientist from the University of Kingston.
Scott currently works in a full-time capacity as a Physiotherapist within the NHS involving the highly-specialised treatment and management of complex musculoskeletal conditions. During this period he has had extensive experience with elite athletes including Arsenal Football Club. Scott’s interests outside of physiotherapy are road cycling and he has been working for Elite Physiotherapy since 2011 and currently works from Great Baddow GP Surgery.
Rishi completed his Physiotherapy degree in 2007. Whilst training he worked in different specialties’ including neuro-physiotherapy rehabilitation, respiratory medicine and orthopaedic inpatients. Being a keen sportsman Rishi took a keen interest into the musculoskeletal aspect of Physiotherapy. After qualification, Rishi began his career in the NHS and is currently working as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist. This role has allowed him to oversee patients with complex musculoskeletal conditions and works closely alongside GP’s, Extended Scope Practitioners, and Orthopaedic specialists.
Rishi has undertaken many post graduate courses. He has successfully completed soft tissue massage, problem solving the complex shoulder, trigger point therapy and Mulligan manual concepts. He has also attended and completed the Peripheral Orthopaedic Medicine course by Stephanie Saunders and acupuncture.
Attending gym on a regular basis and being a keen footballer, Rishi understands how frustrating it can be after an injury. He combines his hands on treatment with well-structured and functional rehabilitation programme following an injury to ensure his clients goals are achieved and return them to their activity or sport as soon as possible. He also provides expert advice on self-management and injury prevention to ensure clients stay functionally independent after their course of treatment.
Juliet qualified from the University of Hertfordshire in 2008 with a Bsc (Hons) degree in physiotherapy. She went on to complete a rotational junior physiotherapy job at Broomfield hospital in Chelmsford giving a broad insight into a variety of conditions then proceeded to specialise in musculoskeletal outpatients.
Juliet’s role as senior physiotherapist involves weekly attendance in orthopaedic fracture clinics working alongside consultants. Juliet also runs weekly rehabilitation classes for individuals returning to sports. In addition to her physiotherapy training, Juliet has completed further studies in acupuncture and pilates and has a keen interest in antenatal and postnatal care.
Katy graduated from The University of East Anglia in 2008 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy. From there she returned to London where she worked at Newham University Hospital for four years, including extended periods in neurology and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Now she works as a specialist neurology physiotherapist in the community but continues to practice musculoskeletal physiotherapy with Elite, where she has been working since 2011.
Outside of work Katy enjoys competing in triathlons and travelling, for which she has taken a couple of career breaks to do since graduating.
Katy enjoys most sports and worked for four years at West Ham United Football Club as an Academy Physiotherapist. Katy works in the Plaistow clinic.