Paul Timson was previously Head Physiotherapist at Crystal Palace Football Club until leaving in 2009 to work solely in private practice. He previously worked at West Ham United and Gillingham Football Clubs and also has extensive experience in both NHS and private sector hospitals, as well as in private practice. He has worked on many high profile charity and TV projects and has treated a number of big name individuals from the world of professional sport and TV. He specialises in Sports Injuries, Musculoskeletal conditions, Acupuncture and Orthopaedics.
James Adley is the co-owner and also co-founder of Rayleigh Physiotherapy, Sports Injury and Acupuncture Clinic. James has over 20 years experience in physiotherapy and was formerly the Physiotherapy Manager of Southend Hospitals Outpatient Department.
Peter Shepherd was Head of the Medical Department at the David Beckham Football Academy throughout its tenure in Greenwich. As well as previously tending to David Beckham's injuries, Peter has ventured into the 'glamorous world' of physio during his time at the Beckham academy and the 02 arena next door. His former clients include Lady GaGa, Ronnie O'Sullivan, Britney Spears and Guns 'N' Roses, to name just a few.........
Hannah Broadbridge joined us as Senior Physiotherapist in August 2015 and brings a wealth of experience from both private practice and NHS. She has a particular interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation. From 2010 to 2012 she was based in Lanzarote at one of the world's largest training resorts for athletes where she worked with professional and Olympic athletes and coaches. Subsequent to that Hannah moved to the Gold Coast in Australia working in a rehabilitation centre for the elderly. She treated a range of conditions including dementia, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis and stroke. Upon return to the UK, Hannah went back into private practice gaining further experience in the areas of spinal injuries and whiplash. As well as physiotherapy treatment, Hannah is also able to offer sports massage therapy for our clients.
Dawn Limbert is our resident Osteopath at SPSAC. Dawn has practiced in Stanford for many years. She qualified as an Osteopath with a first class honours degree in 2003. Early in her career she was taken under the wing of Daniel Moore who had an extraordinary reputation in the local area. Dawn has continued this excellent work within the local community. Regular clients include Olympic athletes, tradesmen and women, sports enthusiasts, new mums, babies and other professionals. She has a passion for osteopathy and prides herself on her dedication to her work and her continual professional development and search for new knowledge to improve her patients well being. She is also a sports enthusiast and regularly swims, cycles, runs and trains six days a week to compete in triathlons. This interest in sports and exercise led to Dawn completing an MSc in Sports Osteopathy and as well as her continued work in Stanford, she now runs a successful clinic in Finchley in Central London. Her level of expertise is beyond question as she lectures in a supervisory role at the London School of Osteopathy so new clients are certainly in good hands.