Jon graduated from York St John University in 2008 and has predominantly worked in private practice dealing with all types of musculoskeletal injuries to joints and muscle. Along side his private work, he currently holds the position of Head academy Physiotherapist for Coventry City Football club working with players from 8 years of age to the first team and has also spent a season with Crystal Palace Football Academy. He has treated a wide variety of elite sportsmen and women from around the world which include international Fencers, Archers, Power lifters and Olympic long distance medalists.
Before qualifying as a Physiotherapist Jon completed a degree in Sports Science and Exercise coaching and worked for 6years as a personal trainer in Bristol. During this time he developed a thorough understanding and application of exercise and rehabilitation working along side a orthopaedic medical team for end stage rehabilitation of clients following operations. Jon now specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy looking after necks, shoulders, backs and lower limb injuries. He has a particular interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation, which is developing through strong links with local sports clubs such as Leamington athletics club.
Outside of work Jon is a keen sportsman, having completed half/full marathons, ultra marathon's and adventure races. He is also an avid rugby fan and general sports enthusiast. In 2019 he will be competing in his first olympic distance triathlon in London.
An experienced clinical dietitian, competitive endurance triathlete, high performance nutritionist and a foodie!!
Claire has spent more than 14 years practicing as a clinical dietitian and has a wealth of experience in the medical profession and nutrition industry. With an interest in gastrointestinal concerns including IBS and symptom management in racing and training. She is able to help identify triggers and implement changes.
As athletes we are all striving to reach our own goals whether that be finishing that first triathlon, achieving a long terms goal to race an Ironman or qualify for world championships. With that comes an investments in time, energy and training. Meeting goals can often push us to the edge of what is possible and sometimes this means that our health suffers as a result. Too often athletes experience a mis-match between the energy that we take in and the amount we expend. Claire has worked both clinically with diagnosed eating disorders, disordered eating and relative energy deficiency in sport REDs). She has a team of other healthcare professionals that she often refers to and is passionate about an athlete being at the centre of a team around them. She works closely with coaches, GPs, Sports medicine teams and strength and conditioning coaches. She ensures that every stone is unturned when working with athletes; supporting them their nutrition to ensure that they stay well, injury free and optimizing nutrition for training and performance.
With a post graduate qualification in both measuring body composition (ISAK) and sports and exercise nutrition Claire has a wealth of experience to support all levels of athletes. She has a deep understanding of the commitment in the world of racing and training triathlon, cycling, running, swimming and weight related sports. She regularly works supporting young athletes through the SEDs program (Loughborough) with Netball England, Hockey England and Motorsports Association.
As a competitive endurance triathlete she is passionate about how food and nutrition affects performance, metabolism, and body composition.
Registered with BUPA, AXA, Simply Health
Body composition testing
Access to blood testing with Thriva Professional