Mika qualified in 1999 as a Physiotherapist from Southampton University having already completed a Sports Science Degree from St Mary’s University College.
He enjoys a hands on approach to treatment, and is particularly interested in spinal and lower limb injuries. Mika regularly treats members of local running clubs, and has also performed in service training for gyms in the area. His wealth of experience enables Mika to employ a multifaceted approach to treatment, so that patients can successfully achieve their goals.
Mika enjoys going to gym and spending time with family at the weekends.
He currently works full time out of the North Kingston/Ham clinic.
Silvia graduated in 2015 with a Physiotherapy degree from the University of Cantabria in Spain.
Techniques such as soft tissue massage, manual therapy, and dry needling (Acupuncture) are all regularly used by Silvia. She is passionate about treating back and neck pain, and routinely treats racket sports injuries from the local racket sports club. Silvia takes pride in restoring patients to their former, healthy selves and so individually tailors all of her treatments.
In her spare time Silvia likes going to the gym, and taking her dog for walks.
Silvia works full time, including Saturdays, at our Kingston and Surbiton clinics.
Louise qualified in 2004 with a Physiotherapy degree from Brunel University. In 2010 she went on to gain an MSc in Advanced Physiotherapy from Kings University, London.
She has worked extensively in private practise treating spinal, upper limb and lower limb problems using a variety of treatment techniques including soft tissue work, manual therapy and exercise rehabilitation. She has worked in New Zealand gaining experience in treating many sports injuries.
In her spare time Louise enjoys spending time with her young family, cycling and socialising!
Nik graduated in 2011 from Kings College London with a BSc Hons Physiotherapy. Since then he has worked in the NHS, and for the past few years in private practice specialised in musculoskeletal conditions.
His skills have grown to include acupuncture, taping, manual techniques, sports massage and a personal training certification.
Will is an AfN Registered Associate Nutritionist based in Kingston Upon Thames. He holds a BSc in Exercise and Sport Sciences from the University of Exeter and an MSc in Human Nutrition from St Marys University as well as his personal training qualifications.
Will has a strong passion for nutrition, exercise and health stemming from the years of playing high level sport. During this time, Will followed various nutritional programmes and learned first hand how to effectively fuel his body with the right foods and the importance of mindful nutritional choices. These personal experiences, coupled with a solid nutritional education, allow Will to understand and analyse his client’s needs well, facilitating the development of a personal, challenging yet and sustainable programme for them.
Will specialises in body composition changes, helping people to gain muscle or loose fat, but he also focuses on athlete nutrition and the different nutritional requirements of the life cycle. Will firmly believes that due to the ever-changing nutritional needs of each individual, one single dietary pattern or plan is just not good enough.
Kate Williamson trained at the British School of Osteopathy and has worked at a number of clinics in London and the South East over the last 13 years, treating a great variety of acute and chronic pain issues. She is experienced in working with pre and post natal women and babies, particularly after having her own three children, and works gently with the body both structurally and cranially.
She was drawn to osteopathy after a fall left her unable to work. It was when an osteopath explained the mechanics of what had happened that she was able to understand what her body had gone through, and was finally able to recover. After five years of Osteopathic training and many years of work in various clinics she is now passing on this inspiration to others.
Kate is also a keen runner, cyclist and swimmer, so is very aware of the demands we put on our bodies – and as a result she's a big fan of Pilates too. Her aim is always to encourage patients to learn to understand and manage their bodies to prevent future issues.
Laura completed her degree in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture in 2008 from the University of Westminster. Following this she worked as an assistant clinical supervisor at the Westminster University Polyclinic, training acupuncturists and had practices in central London, including on Harley Street.
Laura holds another degree in herbal medicine (2001) and has iridology qualifications (2004), as well as offering paediatric and cosmetic acupuncture.
With nearly twenty years of experience seeing patients and a holistic approach tailored to your specific needs, Laura will rebalance you, “reharmonise” you and empower you on your road to health.
About the staff
All therapists are Chartered Physiotherapists (MCSP) and members of the Health Profession Council (HPC), therefore guaranteeing that they are fully qualified and governed by a professional body. They are also members of the following professional organisations:
- OCPPP (Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practise)
- ACPSM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine)
- AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists)
All therapists are insured to carry out treatments. They have extensive experience, working both in the NHS and private sectors. If needed, referrals to other Health Care Professionals (eg. Consultants) and access to MRI/CT scans can be organised.
They regularly attend postgraduate courses in order to provide the latest treatment methods, which thus result in a quicker recovery.
All treatments are covered by medical insurance companies (click here for more information).