Nikki Oxford MSc Sports Med BSc (Hons)
Nikki has been qualified since 1995. She has worked in the NHS and extensively in the private sector. She completed an MSc in Sports Medicine and has been involved in numerous sporting disciplines, namely rugby union (17 years), Lawn Tennis Association, dance/ballet with Mathew Bourne's 'Swan Lake', golf and sailing. She has worked with clients in a corporate setting and with the Ministry of Defence at Headley Court, working in various fields, most recently in the Centre for Spinal Rehabilitation. She has paediatric musculoskeletal and sports injury experience. Her main interests are 'those patients who just do not seem to get better' or complex injuries. She is
qualified in 1:1 Pilates, acupuncture, The Integrated Systems Model and The Thoracic
Ring Approach™ through the Discover Physio Series and Visceral Manipulation.
Sally Mirtle BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP
Sally qualified as a physiotherapist in 2005 and since graduating has gained comprehensive experience in treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries in a variety of clinical settings, both NHS and privately.
Sally spent over four years working in a sports injury clinic in Australia and worked with a semi-professional rugby team.
She has undertaken a number of postgraduate courses, including acupuncture, clinical pilates and women's health. Sally likes to not only treat the injury but takes a holistic approach to help prevent further reoccurrences.