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Sarah Morton

Chartered Physiotherapist B.App.Sc(physio) PGC(Sp&Ex.Sc) MCSP MHCPC


Sarah is a highly experienced Australian trained physiotherapist, having worked in leading physiotherapy practices in London for the last 15 years, and in Sydney prior to this. She has developed a reputation amongst her clients and referring specialists for professional treatment, accurate diagnosis, and being a skilled therapist who gains excellent results for her clients. Sarah has worked in, and established private practices of the highest quality in West London. Sarah is the director and founder of Onebody Clinic.


Sarah qualified from The University of Sydney, Australia, and has since spent her career developing a wealth of experience in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal injury, sporting injuries, post-surgery rehab, complex back pain, and biomechanical issues leading to injury via video analysis. She has worked in the elite sports field, including athletics, rugby, tennis and football. 




Jamie Tsui

Chartered Physiotherapist – B.Sc(hons)physio B.Sc(hons)sports therapy


Jamie is an experienced and enthusiastic physio. Having started her career working in Trauma Orthopaedics in the NHS she has expertise in treating and rehabilitating clients following orthopaedic surgery, such as ACL reconstruction, arthroscopy, hip and knee replacement, fracture recovery and sporting injuries.


In recent years she has increasingly worked with high-performance athletes predominately professional tennis players with the WTA, Chelsea Academy footballers, national level Frisbee players and American footballers, and has worked at world class events such as the London Marathon and Le Tour de France.  This elite sporting exposure has developed her understanding of injury mechanisms. With this knowledge she forms tailor-made and 

sport specific rehab or pre-hab programmes to helping her clients reach their full potential.



Becca Van Klinken 

Chartered Physiotherapist - B.Sc(hons)physio PGD(

Graduated in 2001 from Birmingham University, BSc Honours in Physiotherapy and continued to studying for a Postgraduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from QMUL and a diploma from the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine. In addition Becca is a qualified Clinical Pilates Mat and Equipment instructor and has experience as a research physiotherapist on a nationwide study about treating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME.

Becca has worked both in the NHS and Private sector in a variety of settings from London to Barbados. Her career also included being the director of a busy City Clinic.

Becca specialises in musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, oncology, post-surgery and rehabilitation physiotherapy. Having studied with Pinc and Steel and at The Royal Marsden she is able to work with cancer patients to help manage lymphoedema as well as improve their quality of life through cancer rehabilitation.  She has a keen interest in sports bio-mechanics, particularly running technique and spinal pain related to poor spinal movement patterns. She gains satisfaction from enabling her clients return to the activities they love, pain free and with great form.

As a mother of two, Becca likes to share her first hand experience on how Physiotherapy and Pilates can play a key role during pregnancy and afterwards to aid post-natal recovery.

Find out a little more about Becca and her interests here. 


Pierre Etcheverry

General and Paediatric Osteopath, Personal Trainer D.O, M.Sc


Pierre has been practising as an Osteopath since 2011, specialising in treating infants, young children and pregnant women. He combines various osteopathic approaches (cranial, structural, visceral and fascial) to uncover and manage pain from pre and post natal to general day-to-day pains.

Pierre is currently working at the French-English therapists’ group “Baby and me” specialising in pregnancy, neonatal and postnatal treatments, having previously worked with Body & Soul, an AIDS children support charity.

He also has a special interest in athletes and is well placed to advise in rehabilitation and strength exercises, which has led him to frequently work closely with professional Tennis and Rugby players.


Pierre is a passionate sportsman himself, spending his time outside of osteopathy working as a Personal Trainer/ Remote Coach, which allows him to combine his knowledge of osteopathy and coaching to optimise his patient’s flexibility and mobility.

In his spare time, he enjoys surfing, playing tennis and Crossfit training.

Pierre originates from Biarritz, France and is fluent in both English and French. He’s registered with the General Osteopathic Council with recognition from most UK insurances.

Find out more about Pierre here. 




Le'Nise Brothers

Nutritional Therapist and Founder of EatLoveMove – Dip NT CNM, BANT

Le’Nise is a nutrition and wellbeing coach for women who struggle with low energy, hormonal issues such as PMS, heavy & painful periods, PCOS, endometriosis, menopause and fertility. She loves seeing her clients regain their spark, improve their health and boost their energy with personalised health programmes. 

Le'Nise is a registered naturopathic Nutritional Therapist, specialising in women’s health, anxiety, depression and weight loss. She qualified after an intensive 3 year programme at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in London, England. She is also a member of the British Association of Nutritional Therapists (BANT), a regulatory body that oversees nutritional therapists in the UK and the Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council.


Le'Nise believes in the power of food, food as medicine and also believes that food is something to be enjoyed and celebrated, not feared.

Nutritional Therapist, Le'Nise Brothers, W4 4JE