Meet The Consultants
Balance Performance champions experts. Our consultants are the best of the best, experts in their field who constantly disseminate knowledge to the rest of their team. Many are actively involved in research, others considered pioneers amongst their profession and all draw on their decades of experience for your benefit.
Lucy is Balance’s Director of Spinal care and leads the Back pain team at Balance. She has a PhD in spinal disorders and thirty years of experience in clinical rehabilitation. She was also one of the country’s first prescribers and a decorated pioneer of her profession.
Caroline has been managing soft tissue and peripheral joint disorders using steroid injections for many years. She specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is a clinical specialist spinal practitioner.
Graham is Balance’s clinical director and leads the sports injury team. He has over 30 years experience of working with athletes at the highest levels of sporting performance. He is the Chief Physiotherapist to the All England Lawn Tennis Club (Wimbledon) and has attended numerous Olympic and Commonwealth games as HQ physiotherapist to Team GB and Team Wales.
Jonathan is a strength and conditioning coach, physiotherapist and specialist in movement practises. With over thirty years of experience in physical training (including service as a Royal Marine Commando) and as a health professional he understands movement is at the root of our mental and emotional wellbeing as well as our physical health. His sessions emphasise the absolute necessity of good daily movement habits to achieve good health.
Jose is our neurological paediatric specialist consultant. Combining his clinical work from all over Europe with his original research he brings energy and vitality to every client. He has a wide experience of many neurological forms of treating and understanding children and adults with neurological disorders.
Jonathan, with his research, has established the BEAT programme (Balance Exercise Activities Training) which is specifically designed for the over 55 year olds who have concerns about their balance or activity levels. BEAT counteracts the negative effects of ageing and has been shown to significantly reduce falls amongst our ageing population.
Jo has 30 years experience in Women's and Men's Health and also works as a clinical specialist at Queen Mary’s hospital, Roehampton, lectures at both under and post graduate level for Kingston University, and is an active member of the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy professional network.