David Down (BSc Hons) is a fully qualified and insured practising Sports Therapist, based in the Milton Keynes, Hertfordshire and London areas, and is also an active member of the Society of Sports Therapists. He specialises in using the principles of sport and exercise to make sure that clients are training and competing in a safe and efficient manner.
David firmly believes in the application of effective sports therapy and strength and conditioning techniques to improve the entire fitness and sports performance of a client.
David is well respected in his field, currently working at MK Lightning and Formally MK Dons as part of the Sports Medicine Department. David has also worked within a private practice setting, where he has been able to treat a wide range of sports people from different disciplines.
As a result of his diverse clinical experience, David has become proficient in many musculoskeletal modalities and offers treatment and rehabilitation to a wide variety of sports injuries and aims to restore clients to their pre-injury state both quickly and safely.
Nathan is a first class (BSc Hons) Graduate Sports Therapist from the University of Hertfordshire,
where he has learnt to effectively assess, diagnose and treat injuries, as well as provide rehabilitation programmes to prevent them from returning.
Other than working within a private practice setting, he also works for Oxford United football club within their Sports Medicine Department.
It is here he realised that although some injuries may have the same definition,
every patient needs tobe treated individually in order to get to the root of their problem.
If you have any niggling injuries, aches/pains or are just in need of a deep tissue massage feel free to get in touch.
Bethany (BSc Hons) recently graduated with a first class honours degree in sports therapy from the University of Bedfordshire. She is a practicing sports therapist based in Milton Keynes and is an active member of the Sports Therapy Organisation. She specialises in manual therapy to rehabilitate an injury in adjunct with an exercise rehabilitation plan.
Previously Bethany has worked in private practice and treated a wide range of injuries. Bethany’s aims are to help the client return to a strong and functional state as quickly and efficiently as possible by using a range of different modalities and help the client achieve their goals.
Bethany has always been interested in sport, previously being a national level swimmer. She is now now a recreational cyclist and runner. Her interest in sport and rehabilitation has lead Bethany to begin a masters degree in Strength and Conditioning.