Meet the team
Welcome to the Flawless Physio Team. We are a collective of highly specialised and experienced professionals who take great pride in helping you achieve your goals. Please, take some time to get to know our clinicians.
Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Victoria is a highly qualified and skilled clinician with extensive experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and rehabilitation. She is passionate about helping people achieve their goals whether that is, being able to walk their children to school or competing at the highest level in their chosen sport.
Victoria has completed a Master’s of Science and is a member of the MACP a select group of specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapists and is confident to treat any part of the body. She uses a variety of manual treatments that include soft tissue therapy, joint mobilisations and acupuncture to supplement specific rehabilitation exercises to reduce pain, return full function and get you back to what you want to be doing.
Victoria specialises in treating endurance sports injuries including running, cycling and triathlon. She considers the whole athlete, their biomechanics, training and lifestyle to provide treatments and rehabilitation plans that will work best for that individual.
The Fire Fighters Charity Rehabilitation Centre
Oxford University Women’s Light Weight Rowing Team
Private Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinics
Victoria is found at her happiest on a bike cycling in the alps and other triathlon training, with the promise of some form of edible reward!
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Specialist Sports Medicine Physiotherapist
Toby is a chartered physiotherapist who specialises in sports and musculoskeletal-based physiotherapy. He has extensive experience working in elite-level football clubs as well as rugby clubs and horse racing. Toby has also worked in private practice and occupational health in the city and therefore has vast experience of working with desk jockeys and weekend warriors.
Toby graduated with a Masters of Science in Physiotherapy in 2014, having previously completed a Bachelors of Science in Sport & Exercise Science. He then went on to further specialise in sports physiotherapy by completing a Postgraduate Diploma in Sport & Exercise Medicine. Having an extensive education history combined with extensive experience of working alongside strength and conditioning coaches, Toby is passionate about treating the patient holistically by analysing training type and load and developing injury prevention strategies to mitigate the risk of injury in the future.
Toby has a specialist interest in lower limb injuries, however is more than competent in dealing with any upper limb or back related injury. In particular, Toby has extensive experience rehabilitating anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) injuries in the knee. He is passionate about finding the biomechanical cause to people’s pain and will often be seen analysing the way that his patient’s move through gait analysis and functional movement screens. Toby is also interested in the female athlete, having worked in female sport for a number of years.
– Southampton FC
– Chelsea FC
– Jockey Injury Management
– London Fire Brigade
– Six Physio
Toby is a keen triathlete, having completed his first Ironman in Italy last year. He is always looking for adventure and the next big challenge. His previous accomplishments include cycling from London to Paris in under 24 hours and climbing the national three peaks in under 24 hours. His biggest ambition is to cycle around the world with planning underway to start this feat in the summer of 2022.
Simon is an experienced and passionate musculoskeletal physiotherapist with experience in both private and NHS practice. He believes in educating his patients about their injury and giving them the tools and confidence to help them self manage. He has a particular interest in multi-sport event injuries, which covers most parts of the body, but is equally confident in treating lower back and neck pain.
Before graduating in 2017 from the University of Hertfordshire in BSc Physiotherapy, he also graduated with a Sport Science BSc and worked as a personal trainer for many years giving him vast experience in exercise prescription which is the foundation of his rehabilitation approach.
Simon is a triathlon enthusiast catching the bug after signing up to the London Olympic Triathlon in 2012 and competing in a race every year since then. He has completed Ironman Wales in 2016 and 2019 and has signed up for another Ironman distance race in 2020.
James is a highly experienced clinician who takes great pride and satisfaction in helping people ease their pain and improve their lifestyle. He has vast experience in the development and enhancement of Physiotherapy services for the general public, in private practice. He has substantial experience working within professional sporting environments.
James specialises in the treatment of injuries to the knee, foot, and ankle, although he is more than confident to see injuries of any part of the body. He combines his biomechanical knowledge to address the underlying causes of injury. He takes pride in treating new injuries as well as helping those who are struggling to make progress in their rehabilitation. His easy-going personality facilitates a fantastic client-therapist relationship.
James is highly experienced in facilitating expert post-operative rehabilitation, where he will work alongside your consultant to ensure the highest level of patient care.
Lead Physiotherapist of Multiple Private Physiotherapy Clinics
GB and England Basketball
Newcastle University Rowing
Professional Rugby Union, Rugby League and Netball
Outside of work, James is a sports enthusiast. If he’s not attending or watching some form of sport, he is training for his latest cycling or running event.
Soft Tissue Therapist
Alexandrine is a sports and remedial massage therapist who believes there should be a happy balance between strength, flexibility and stability to achieve optimal performance. Her focus is to make your practice of sport as simple and enjoyable as possible. Each treatment is completely tailored to your needs whether you’re recovering from an injury, preparing for your next event or simply want to maintain a healthy body.
She treats soft tissue injuries (sprains, tears, impingement, muscular imbalances) but also helps people manage conditions that have a direct or indirect effect on soft tissues such as diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis to name a few. Particularly indicated for athletes, regular sports massage helps prevent physical dysfunction and pain, maintain good range of motion, improve fluids movement and realign muscle fibres.
Each session is personalised and entails a blend of the following:
Active Release Therapy
Advanced Deep Tissue Techniques
Neuromuscular/Trigger Point Therapy
Alexandrine enjoys taking part in weekly weight and functional training sessions which help her keep her hypermobile joints stable and grow a strong happy body and mind. When not at the gym, she spends the rest of her time on her guitar practice and at live art.
Soft Tissue Therapist
Nathalie came to Birmingham from France in 2011. She studied Sports Therapy from the University of Birmingham, graduating in 2017. She pursued a Master Degree in Sport Rehabilitation at Middlesex University, in London, and graduated in 2018.
Since 2014, she has become passionate about sport and sports injuries in particular. She is driven and curious about new ways to apply manual therapy to improve well-being and promote optimal health. She obtained additional diplomas such as the level 4 in Sports Massage Therapy in 2016, focussing on manual modalities such as neuromuscular therapy (NMT), myofascial therapy, soft tissue therapy, proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation (PNF) and tapping techniques.
Nathalie is a member of the CThA (Complementary Therapists Association) since 2017.
She currently works in the NHS as a rehabilitation assistant.
She obtained a Sports First Aid certificate in July 2019.
Nathalie loves sports, especially Tennis. She played at competition level from aged 6 until 18 but had to switch to recreational hobby due to a triple knee injury. She loves art, travelling, photography, music and food.