Catherine qualified in 2001 from Kings College London University with a first class Honours degree in Physiotherapy. She has a special interest in acupuncture, and qualified with the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists in 2005. Since then she has completed a number of more specialised acupuncture courses and is currently studying acupuncture specific to treating cervical pain and headaches.
Catherine initially worked at the renowned Kings College Hospital in London 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 treatment techniques for the cervical spine and upper quadrant. She maintains a special interest in treating cervical pain, headaches and upper quadrant dysfuntion.
On returning to the UK, she worked for 5 years in the NHS before moving into private practice. Catherine started Teme Physio in 2013, and works part time in the clinic.
Ben qualified in 2001 from Kings College London, and subsequently completed a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy in 2011 at the University of Bath. 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. Since 2005 he has worked across Premiership Rugby at Worcester Warriors Rugby Club, Professional Road cycling with Team Sky ProCycling, and Olympic level athletics at British Athletics. He has a special interest in hamstring injuries - publishing research and lecturing both nationally and internationally.
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The Threshing Barn
Wednesday: (Sports Injury Clinic) 8.00-6.00pm
Friday: Appointments available on request