Welcome to the team Charlotte!

Aug 17, 2021

We’re excited to announce the newest member of the Physio-logical family – Graduate Sports Rehabilitator, Charlotte Bryan.

Charlotte is a Graduate Sports Rehabilitator from St Marys University, Twickenham and a member of BASRaT. Charlotte is qualified to treat all musculoskeletal and neural conditions including sporting and trauma.

Charlotte has corporate experience working within Aviva health insurance – managing musculoskeletal and chronic conditions for sporting and non-sporting individuals as well as road traffic accident injury support. She has worked regularly within local London rugby, football and hockey clubs, and has been the lead of the medic team for Scotland XRL – looking forward to the upcoming world cup!

Charlotte has particular interest in biomechanics, the mechanism of injury prevention and prehab. She understands the importance to treat the individual globally taking into consideration the biopsychosocial aspects of injury recovery, with tailored rehabilitation and goal setting.

Charlotte enjoys watching and playing sport and has performed as part of the national championship’s county cricket squad for many years.  In her spare time, Charlotte enjoys going on adventures in her campervan with her Dogs!

Charlotte will be working at our Stansted Park clinic from 6th September 2021.

Appointments to see Charlotte can be made now via our websiteemail or call 02394 350270.

Welcome to the Physio-logical team Charlotte!

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