Tom Greenway graduated as a chiropractor in 1990 and now runs the Waldegrave Clinic. He has worked extensively in elite sports having worked at the Olympic Medical Institute and the British Olympic Association. More recently he was the Lead Chiropractor for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games in London and spent 10 years working in professional football with Queens Park Rangers and Chelsea Football Clubs. He is recognised as one of the top chiropractors in the UK by the Times newspaper. His area of expertise is in long term complex back pain and using a multidiscipline approach in helping to find a solution. Read Tom’s personal profile
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Nicholas Loftus graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 1994 (having previously worked in the wine trade for 5 years!) and joined the clinic in 1995. Since that time he has obtained a postgraduate diploma in Extremity Chiropractic (1997) and more recently has completed a postgraduate study in Dry Needling (Western Acupuncture), both of which have been of particular use in his practice. He is very keen to introduce all his patients to self-help spinal exercises regardless of age or occupation in order to complement his treatment. Read Nick’s personal profile
Matthew Clifton-Hadley graduated with a Master of Chiropractic degree from the Welsh Institute of Chiropractic in 2009. From a young age Matthew has had a keen interest in the chiropractic profession as his father was a chiropractor. Matthew has a special interest in treatment and rehabilitation and has worked with Queens Park Rangers Football Club. Read Matthew’s personal profile
Catherine Quinn qualified as a chiropractor with Masters from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic. Prior to this, she studied Sports Science at St. Mary’s University. Her passion is sport and has worked with elite athletes at various stages of their treatment. She is the first team Chiropractor to Queens Park Rangers FC and has previously worked with London Irish RFC, New Zealand RLC and Southampton FC. She was also part of the Medical Team at the 2012 Olympic Games. Read Catherine’s personal profile
Nisha Saran graduated from the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic in 1997. Since then she has worked in St. Albans, Yorkshire and Leicester before settling down in London in 2004. She has a wide level of experience in sports injuries having worked with the Leicester Tigers rugby team and the Leicester Cricket Club team. Her special interest is working with pregnant mothers, babies and children – she adores being a mother to her young daughter.
Marcus Higgins graduated from the Anglo European College of chiropractic in 2016 with a Bachelors and a Master’s degree. He has a strong passion in sports and human biomechanics of which he applied within his time working with Bournemouth football club as well as other recreational and national athletes. Marcus’ interests involve golf, rugby and athletics. Read Marcus’ personal profile
Jacky Balfour trained at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge and graduated in 1983. She has been working in private practice in the Teddington area since 1990 and joined the Waldegrave Clinic in 1995. She was part of the medical team at the 2012 Olympic Games. Her main interest is in all aspects of musculo-skeletal dysfunction including sports injuries. She is a keen runner and has completed seven marathons and also enjoys tennis, golf, skiing and military fitness training. Read Jacky’s personal profile
Panagiotis (Panos) Pagiazitis started his Physiotherapy studies in 2010 and graduated as a Physiotherapist from the Athens Metropolitan College in 2015. Panos is a passionate and ambitious physiotherapist with a special interest in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. He had a remarkable career in professional football in Greece and he has completed extensive post-graduate courses including manual therapy techniques, kinesiotaping and acupuncture. Panos meets patients’ needs through a holistic and personalized approach in order to provide optimal health care. He is keen to use methods that could restore functional movement and achieve sustainable treatment outcomes. Panos leads the provision of evidence-based practice, delivering an effective service to patients focused on improving their quality of life. Read Panos’ personal profile
Tracey DiMatteo qualified in 1987 and specializes in the treatment of orthopaedic conditions and soft-tissue injuries including sport injuries. Read Tracey’s personal profile
Toby Evans is a sports and musculoskeletal based physiotherapist with a special interest in the management of the knee and lower limbs. As well as working at the Waldegrave Clinic, Toby is the U21’s and Lead Academy Therapist at AFC Wimbledon and works part time with Tottenham Hotspur FC. He has previously worked for Crystal Palace FC, Ipswich Town FC and Norwich City FC – and in the private, NHS, and occupational health industries. His passion is not only in treating the injured, but also providing effective and efficient rehabilitation to get a patient back to full fitness. Read Toby’s personal profile
Nic Perrem is a Graduate Sports Therapist who holds full membership of the Society of Sports Therapists alongside associate membership of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASeM) and professional membership of the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences (BASES).
Nic has worked as a Therapist in a variety of settings with a diverse range of athletes from sports such as football, athletics, fencing and modern pentathlon. He specialises in active approaches to injury management and has a particular clinical interest in the management of sporting knee injuries and osteoarthritis.
Alongside his role at the Waldegrave Clinic Nic is employed as a Lecturer in Sport Rehabilitation at St Mary’s University, Twickenham where he acts as a member of the Knee Injury Control and Clinical Advancement (KICCA) research group.
Zak Han is an acupuncture and tuina therapist. With over 30 years experience in both Western and Chinese health disciplines, his special interests are in the treatment of chronic pain, pain management and reproductive conditions such as irregular ovulation or infertility. Pain conditions Zak helps are generally neck or low-back-related, post-traumatic injuries, sports injuries and a variety of arthritic conditions, including pain in the facet joints, knee joints and shoulder joints. His work and reputation has attracted widespread journalistic interest with features on radio and newspapers and being voted “Most influential acupuncturist”.
Joan Ahern is an ITEC graduate of St Mary’s University College where she qualified in Massage, Aromatherapy and Reflexology, and is a member of the International Council of Holistic Therapists. Her areas of special interest are back, neck and shoulder problems, children and prenatal/postnatal women. Joan also works as a complementary therapist for the NHS in a palliative care setting and also has many years’ experience of working with people who have neurological disorders such as MS or Parkinson’s or who have had a stroke.
Iain Burgess is a full time, highly qualified Massage Therapist. His expertise is in restoring ranges of movement and relieving pain and stiffness in soft tissue, both for sports and non-sports people. Qualified to level 5 in Sports and Remedial Massage from St Mary’s University College and with ITEC diplomas in sports massage, holistic massage and certificates in many further massage types and techniques, Iain is a member of the Sports Massage Association and Complementary Therapists Association.
James Carolan studied at the Richdales Institute based in Hammersmith Hospital and at the Bodyharmonics Centre in Cheltenham. He holds a diploma in Holistic massage, Indonesian massage, acupuncture and Tui Na. Previously a professional dancer after having trained for three years at the Arts Educational School, James has an intrinsic understanding of the effect stress can have on the body and mind and the benefits that massage therapy can bring.
Jacqueline Ball qualified in 1993 with Sports Massage and Sports Injury Diplomas gained from St Mary’s University College. Since 2001 she has taught ITEC Diplomas in Sports Therapy, Sports Massage, Holistic Massage at Adult Education Colleges. She is a Stott Certified Pilates Instructor. Other skills include Maternity Massage, Reflexology and Aromatherapy. A brief foray into adult nursing gave her an interest in working with the elderly and patients with neurological conditions. These client groups are particularly welcomed.
Sagara Palliyage graduated from the University of Westminster and received full membership of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists, State Registration and Certificate in Local Anaesthesia in July 1998. His main interest is in Biomechanics and Sports Injuries, and to extend and develop his knowledge of sports injuries. He is currently undertaking undergraduate studies in physiotherapy and an MSc programme in the Management of Lower Limb Musculoskeletal Pathologies.
Paul Agustin graduated from the University of Westminster in July 1998 receiving full State Registration and a certificate in Local Anaesthesia. Registered by the Health Professions Council, Paul also works within the NHS and has a particular interest in biomechanics, diabetic foot care and diabetic foot screening. Paul is a keen sports enthusiast, in particular rugby, football and athletics.
Merran Sell practises homeopathy to treat a wide range of conditions including: Eczema, asthma, hay fever, hyperthyroidism, autism / aspergers, ADD, ADHD, support during pregnancy and birthing procedures, vertigo, migraines, IBS and panic attacks. Merran has also completed the CEASE course which is the highly successful therapy for autism and Aspergers’ Syndrome. Merren has a BH (Hons) from the University of London in Chemistry, Biology and Education, a licentiate in Homeopathy from the London College Homeopathy and is registered with the Society of Homeopaths.
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