I am a keen sports person with many different sporting interests; from a young age I experienced many different injuries introducing me to the sports therapy and physiotherapy world. I was fascinated and knew it was the direction that I wanted to go in. After college I went to the University of Chichester and studied Sports Therapy.
I then lived in Canada at the ski resort Whistler, treating and massaging ski and snowboarders while enjoying the slopes most days. On my return I started up Body Fix injury clinic and began working for Slough Rugby Club. I also did a few years with East Berkshire Rugby Academy.
I am very passionate about treatment and rehabilitation and am sure I can help get all types of people and problems get back on track.
Aaron is a kind, considerate and friendly Sports Therapist who is dedicated to helping people suffering from acute through to chronic injuries and all musculoskeletal issues.
Aaron was introduced to sports therapy after he sustained his own injuries and realised how passionate he was at getting himself back to sport as quickly as possible. After this initial introduction to the injury and rehabilitation world Aaron could not wait to learn more and therefore went to study Sports Therapy at the University of Bedfordshire. He graduated with his BSc (Hons) in the Sports Therapy degree in 2015 along with his Reps Level 2 Gym instructing qualification.
Since graduating Aaron has been working in a number of multidisciplinary clinics. Aaron has also spent some time working within Wycombe Wanderers Football Club as pitch side assistance and sports therapist for all injuries and rehabilitation on training nights. This has given him the experience needed to work with injuries from the initial injury all the way through until return to play.
Aaron specialises in advanced soft tissue techniques, deep tissue massage, sports massage and neuromuscular techniques. This gives him the ability to provide an effective service to a wide range of injuries aches and pains.
Mia is a fully qualified and experienced osteopath who graduated from The British School of Osteopathy in London in 2005. After graduating Mia moved to New Zealand and practiced as an osteopath initially in Marlborough and later in Christchurch. The Christchurch earthquakes were the motivating factor in Mia’s decision to move to Sydney in 2012. Mia then spent 7 years living & working in Sydney and became an Australian citizen in late 2016. She worked in a multi disciplinary clinic for 6 years on the Northern Beaches and also ran her own practice for 2 years in Summer Hill.
As an osteopathic practitioner Mia has 14 years of extensive experience in treating a wide variety of patients from newborn babies to the more senior of patients.
Mia is happy to treat anything that is musculoskeletally related – from the feet to the head and all that is in between.
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Mia uses a combination of osteopathic techniques including soft tissue massage, articulation, muscle energy techniques, joint mobilisations, stretches, joint manipulations, dry needling for trigger point release and balanced ligamentous tension.
She partakes in regular clinical courses to enable her to treat a wide variety of clinical symptom pictures that can present.
Mia is registered with the General Osteopathic Council UK, The Institute of Osteopathy UK, the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency, the Osteopathic Council of NZ and is a member of Osteopathy Australia.
Mia is approachable and friendly and enjoys helping all her patients achieve relief from pain & improve their overall health. She has a strong belief in patient education and participation to aid management and prevention of injuries.