Catherine graduated from Kings College London University in 2001 with a first class BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy. She completed her junior training at the renowned Kings College Hospital before travelling to New Zealand to work in private practice.
While in New Zealand, she qualified as a manipulative physiotherapist, with a special emphasis on manipulative techniques for the cervical spine and shoulder. Catherine maintains a special interest in treating and rehabilitating shoulder dysfunction.
She qualified as an acupuncturist through the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists in 2005, and in 2008 and 2015 completed further training to increase her expertise in this area. She gained a qualification in sports massage in 2013.
Catherine started Teme Physio in 2013, and now works full time in the clinic.
Ben graduated from Kings College London in 2001 with a BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy and subsequently completed a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Bath in 2011. In 2012 he qualified as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.
Ben initially worked in a London Teaching Hospital, before travelling to New Zealand to work at the Adidas Sports Injury Clinic in Wellington. On returning to the UK, Ben specialised in Sports Physiotherapy. He worked for 7 seasons in Premiership rugby at Worcester Warriors Rugby Club, initially as first team physiotherapist and then as Head of Sports Medicine. He then joined Team Sky ProCycling, and had the opportunity to work alongside World Champion and Olympic cyclists at events such as the Giro D'Italia, World Road Championships and the 'Classics' Paris-Roubaix and Tour of Flanders.
Ben then spent 5 seasons at British Athletics, working across the Olympic programme, where he was responsible for managing the athletes as well as implementing Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation strategies. These roles allowed him to concentrate on hamstring, groin and tendon injuries - clinical interests that he developed whilst studying for his Masters degree. He maintains a research interest in hamstring injuries within the biomechanics department at Bath University and is a tutor on their Sports Physiotherapy Masters degree.
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The Threshing Barn
Friday: 9.30- 2.30pm
Saturday: times vary
Sunday: times vary
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