Our Physiotherapists

All our physiotherapists are highly trained and professionally qualified. They are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the Health Professions Council, and Physio First.

Maud Cioffi MCSP

Maud graduated in physiotherapy in 1998 in Paris.

She ran a clinic in Paris for 10 years where she developed a strong interest in women's health. As pelvic floor and abdominal retraining are highly promoted in France and grant aided by the French National Health System, Maud quickly gained good experience in treating pelvic floor disorders, bladder and back passage conditions and prolapses.

She has also completed postgraduate study to manage breast cancer related conditions including manual lymphatic drainage, shoulder exercises, and scar tissue work.

Maud had also extended her knowledge and skill in the treatment of pelvic pain, ante-natal musculo-skeletal conditions and diastasis recti (separation of the abdominal muscles following childbirth).

Maud is a hands-on physiotherapist using both manual therapy and exercises in her treatment. Her approach is global and she does not believe in no pain, no gain.

In addition, Maud offers specialists chest physiotherapy for babies with bronchiolitis.

Maud is available for appointments on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Please visit our Women's Health page for more information about our Women's Health services.

Maud also offers massage treatments at reCentre.

Nicole Lee MCSP

Nicole graduated in 1999 from the University of Otago in New Zealand. Since then she has worked mostly in private practice both in the UK and New Zealand.

She has considerable experience in treating musculoskeletal problems, especially sports-related injuries and enjoys rehabilitating people back to full function. Nicole is trained in acupuncture and also has APPI Matwork Pilates training.

Katie Lovegrove MCSP

Katie earned her degree in physiotherapy from Bradford in1993. Since then she has worked in both the NHS and private practice - including Kings College Hospital and London Bridge Hospital.

During the 10 years that Katie worked at London Bridge she managed a large team of physiotherapists alongside continuing with a busy patient caseload. She worked closely with the orthopaedic and sports consultants seeing a great number of post-operative conditions (including ACL reconstructions and shoulder and back surgery), sports injuries, back and neck pain and ante-natal musculoskeletal problems.

Katie provides expertise in the treatment of all musculoskeletal injuries with an additional special interest in anti and post natal care (including diastasis of recti). She is also qualified to teach Pilates, which she often uses as part of her treatment regimes.

Katie is a keen runner having completed a marathon which assists her in the treatment of sports and running injuries and she strongly believes in taking a holistic view and working with the patients to achieve a successful treatment outcome.

Toby Sullivan MCSP

Toby has been taught in the latest evidence based practises at St George's, University of London.

As a long-term weekend warrior of numerous sports (currently various Olympic Distance Triathlons, l'Etape du Tour and the Berlin Marathon) he understands the frustration of injury and the importance of early sport (or job) specific rehabilitation to enable a speedy return.

Gone are the days of 'receiving physiotherapy'. Treatment is a two-way commitment. Toby will identify the causes of the problem, make it less painful and get you moving. You will do the exercises and make the changes to your posture, to your technique, to your life or to whatever is necessary to keep it that way.

Over the last few years Toby has been the physiotherapist to numerous athletes including Rugby players (Hammersmith and Fulham RFC, Wasps Ladies, Middlesex Ladies), Street dancers from the West End and Film (Into the Hoods, StreetDance 3D, Flawless, George Sampson) as well as supporting Daley Thompson and Hugo Porta on their 7 day cycle ride for the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation.

Piotr Mizerek MCSP

Piotr gained an MSc in Physiotherapy in Poland and went on to do post-graduate study in soft tissue therapy. He worked in orthopaedic and physiotherapy clinics in his home country before coming to live in the UK last year.

Piotr is highly client focused and is passionate about health and wellbeing. He has a holistic approach to his therapy and believes that pain is a signpost that points to the root cause of a problem.

Piotr works with a combination of Structural Bodywork, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports or Relaxing Massage, Cupping, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release and Stretching, Muscle Energy Technique, Core Stability Exercises, EMM-Tech, Acupuncture and Home Exercises.

Piotr also works as a Massage Therapist at reCentre.

Jai Mistry MCSP

Following graduation from the University of Nottingham, Jai has worked in several different NHS trusts and private practices across the UK and is currently a senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at King's college hospital. He will soon complete a masters in Advanced neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at King's College London.

Jai has a special interest in sports injuries and lower limb biomechanics, as well as pain neuroscience. He is in the process of aiming to publish a research paper investigating knee ligament (ACL's) exercise programmes.

Jai spent time in Cambodia training staff and patients in a amputee and paediatric clinic. He adopts a holistic and contemporary evidence based practice when treating patients and works to achieve optimal function as soon as possible.

In his spare time he is a keen runner and cricket player.

Vagner Miolla MCSP

Vagner is originally from Brazil and is currently in the UK to complete Postgraduate Study in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Brighton University. He graduated in 2007 with a BSc in Physiotherapy and has worked in both hospital and private settings as well as with footballers.

Vagner also offers massage, having qualified as a massage therapist in 2003.

Maria Wrenn MCSP