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63 Queen Victoria Street, London, London, EC4N 4UAUK

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Monday07:00 - 19:00
Tuesday07:00 - 19:00
Wednesday07:00 - 19:00
Thursday07:00 - 19:00
Friday07:00 - 19:00
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Physiotherapist Consultation
Deep Tissue Massage
Sports Massage
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Sports Therapy
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Posture Management
Ergonomic Assessments and Advice
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About London City Physiotherapy

Welcome to London City Physiotherapy, where expert advice and treatment meets refined and supportive care, to help you thrive in the City of London.

With roots stretching back to the turn of the millennium, London City Physiotherapy have the experience, contacts and ability to help you reach, manage and maintain your physical health.

Every London City Physiotherapist has at least 7 years’ post-graduate experience, or an MSc in a related discipline. Just as in business, experience really counts in healthcare.

We're proud to be able to treat all musculo-skeletal conditions, from acute and chronic back, neck and joint pain, to headaches, sports injuries, strain injuries, and pre and post-operative treament.

With a fully equipped gym to aid injury rehabilitation and post-operative recovery, as well as particular expertise in sports health, our elite team are able to provide the highest standards of clinical care.

With rapid access to experts, outstanding facilities and recognition from all health insurers (although it's not essential to be treated by our team), you can be assured of high quality care at London City Physiotherapy.

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  • CSP - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK) 
  • HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council (UK) 




Parking - We're adjacent to Mansion House tube station and parking is sadly very limited.Accessible to disabled people - Our City clinic is fully accessible to wheelchair users and we're able to provide additional support for those with visual impairments.Public transport access - Our City clinic is adjacent to Mansion House tube, as well being about a three minute walk from Bank tube and Cannon Street station.Wheelchair accessible toilet - Fully accessible facilities are available.Access without stepsPatient bathroom - Two patient bathrooms and shower facilities are available.Wireless access - Yes, free WiFi is available for all patients.

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Local travel - We're able to travel to provide services on-site to businesses. Ask for details.Local accommodation - There are many hotels in close proximity to our City clinic.



Ergonomic Assessments and Advice


Physiotherapist Consultation




Posture Management


Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury


Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping


Sports Therapy



Massage Therapy


Deep Tissue Massage


Sports Massage



Osteopath Consultation

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Martine Cooper - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Martine Cooper

Job Title:
  Acupuncture, Physiotherapy

Bsc. Hons, Physiotherapy MCSP, MHCPC, MAACP

I.O.S.H Recognised Display Screen Equipment Assessor

Specialist Interest Groups:

  • Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics (ACPOHE)
  • Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)
  • The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute (APPI)

Martine Cooper graduated from the University of East London in 1992 with a first class honours Bachelor of Science Degree in Physiotherapy. She has gained valuable clinical experience working as a musculo-skeletal specialist in a variety of settings: NHS Hospitals including Chelsea and Westminster, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and the private setting ranging from hospitals to medical centres.

Martine has attended numerous post graduate courses to further develop her skills, which include acupuncture, manipulation and Clinical Pilates.

With over 20 years clinical experience she has developed a special interest in the treatment of shoulder conditions and works closely with a number of highly respected shoulder surgeons in London.

Her post graduate study, ergonomic consultancy and lecturing has also led to an interest in Occupational Related Disorders specifically Work Related Upper Limb Disorder (W.R.U.L.D). She also specialises in treating posture related headaches;  back and neck pain; shoulder, knee conditions associated with biomechanical dysfunction.

Martine has written a number of articles creating a huge resource of information .


Anthony "Bob" Kelly

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Grad. Dip. Phys, MCSP, MHCPC Reg.

Specialist Interest groups:

  • The Australian Physiotherapy & Pilates Institute (APPI)

Anthony ‘Bob’ Kelly graduated from Guys Hospital School of Physiotherapy in 1992. He has since worked in various London Teaching Hospitals; Charing Cross Hospital, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.

‘Bob’ has developed specialist expertise in treatment and rehabilitation of back and neck disorders integrating Clinical Pilate’s rehabilitation techniques.

He also has a long history of treating patients involved in running, triathlons and your commuter cyclist up to the competitive athlete. ‘Bob’ prides himself on treating you individually and thoroughly getting to know your condition in order to tailor- make your treatment and exercise prescription.

Over the last 21 years ‘Bob’ has developed strong relationships with high profile lower limb (hip, knee, ankle) surgeons. This has enabled him to become an expert in treating sports injuries, pre and post-surgical conditions and also plan long term rehabilitation and training programmes.

Mr John Nugus - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Mr John Nugus

Job Title:
B. Physiotherapy MCSP, MHPC, MSc (Pain) MIASP.
Certified Pilates Instructor MAPPI

John brings to the team at London City Physiotherapy a wealth of experience in managing spinal pain and sports injuries, both in the UK and Australia. John graduated from the University of Queensland, Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1996. He worked for three years in a large Queensland hospital, predominantly in neurorehabilitation, orthopaedics and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, before heading to the UK in 2000.

John prides himself on providing individualised care to patients to help them achieve their specific goals; after all, no two patients have exactly the same injury, experiences or aims! John is also a fully certified Pilates instructor through the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI), based in London. Combined with his excellent manual therapy skills, John sees Pilates as a user-friendly medium to reduce recurrence of injury. It allows him to apply his Physiotherapy principles to facilitate a controlled return to functional activities and assist in the reduction of symptoms.

Continuing professional development has always been important to John. At the end of 2007 he completed his Masters degree (MSc Pain) at Kings College London, which focused on the study of pain mechanisms. He was also a senior lecturer for the APPI between 2003 and 2008, regularly training and accrediting other Physiotherapists throughout the UK and Southern Ireland in Pilates. John was recently appointed as an Honorary Research Fellow at The Brompton Hospital in London for 2008-9; he is currently involved with the hospital in a research project investigating the effect of musculoskeletal physiotherapy on dysfunctional breathing.

In his spare time, John also fits in marathons (still trying to get those PBs!) and learns Spanish and Japanese. He has hiked many long distance trails throughout the UK, Australia and elsewhere, and has traveled extensively.

Ian Wilkinson - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Ian Wilkinson

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With 17 years of Physiotherapy experience Ian has travelled extensively working in NZ, the UK and Australia and he now re-joins the LCP team.

After graduating from Otago University in New Zealand in 2000 Ian went on to work in both hospitals and the private sector. In doing so he has built a deep knowledge and understanding of biomechanics, the rehabilitation of sporting injuries and postural dysfunction.

Ian has a keen interested in lower limb and shoulder injuries particularly caused by overloading and compensatory movement patterns. He uses various techniques and approaches to get positive outcomes for his patients, which involve a combination of hands-on manual therapy, acupuncture and improving movement through motor control.

Ian also uses functional rehabilitation and physical rehabilitation and has a certificate in applied functional science and is a certified Personal Trainer.

When not working for LCP Ian works for Tottenham Hotspur Academy. He also enjoys skateboarding and is an avid runner.

Ian will be at our City Clinic Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Mrs Clare Whitaker - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Mrs Clare Whitaker

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Mr Ben Lee - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Mr Ben Lee

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Miss Nkechi Odor - Physiotherapist at London City Physiotherapy

Miss Nkechi Odor

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Mr Paulo Silverstrini -  at London City Physiotherapy

Mr Paulo Silverstrini


ISRM/BTEC Level 5 – London School of Sport and Remedial Massage

Paolo’s career in massage started more than ten years ago, having undertaken a multi-disciplinary training at the London School of Sport Massage, Chetawan School in Thailand and at the Shibumi Shiatsu School in Italy. Since qualifying, he has been passionate about helping people achieve good health with massage therapy. Having trained in a wide array of massage techniques, including sports, remedial, deep tissue and Swedish massage, Paolo has an impressive skill base which he develops through regular training.

His extensive knowledge, experience and expertise can address musculoskeletal restrictions, movements and postural alignment. Highly qualified in multiple massage techniques, Paolo is skilled at tailoring these to individual needs, be that to improve performance, prevent injury or restore balance to the body, to achieve the best possible outcome with treatment.

Ms Paula Felgate -  at London City Physiotherapy

Ms Paula Felgate

Mr Luke Meessmann -  at London City Physiotherapy

Mr Luke Meessmann


Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation Specialist

  • Honours Degree in Exercise Science
  • Graduate Diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation
  • Clinical Pilates Qualification (APPI)
  • Classical Reformer Qualification (Polestar Pilates)
  • Dynamic Reformer Qualification (Ten Education)

Since graduating with dual qualifications in Exercise Science and Exercise Rehabilitation (from the acclaimed University of Wollongong) in his native Australia, Luke has been helping people to take control of their bodies in the UK for over 10 years. With well over 15,000 hours of hands on experience behind him, Luke can be considered a true expert in the fields of Dynamic Pilates and Exercise Rehabilitation. Accustomed to working within multi-disciplinary allied health teams Luke ensures that his clients receive all the benefits of a congruent and collaborative approach with his fellow health professionals.

Luke is half German (not that you’d tell from his unmistakably antipodean accent) and he combines his inherent affinity for precision and process with true Aussie affability to ensure his clients get the best out of themselves and have a good time doing so! Whatever your goal, Luke will guide you safely and swiftly to achieve it.

Mr Peter Clerkin -  at London City Physiotherapy

Mr Peter Clerkin


Pilates Instructor & Rehab Trainer

  • Honours Degree in Sport and Exercise Science
  • REPs Level 3
  • Level 3 Pilates Matwork Teacher. (Active IQ)
  • GP Referral Qualified (Wright Foundation)

Peter embarked on his journey as a Pilates instructor after completing a degree in Sport & Exercise Science at Edinburgh Napier University. He went on to gain a specialist Pilates qualification and built up a loyal clientele as a  successful fitness instructor and Personal Trainer, while also coaching football and basketball teams. In a few years he relocated to Seattle, USA to teach Pilates, Spin, TRX, Kettlebell and high intensity interval classes.

Peter is a keen sportsman having completed the 2012 Belfast marathon as well as a number of triathlons, half marathons and 10k runs. Combining his passion for endurance events and his love of Pilates, Peter delivers both a knowledgeable and personal approach with each of his clients, packed with energy, enthusiasm and expertise.

Ms Diane Purton -  at London City Physiotherapy

Ms Diane Purton


Pilates Instructor / Personal Trainer

  • Attained a diploma in Personal training and sports therapy 2002
  • Comprehensive Pilates qualification including – reformer, trapeze, table, barrels, chair, mat work level 1 and 2 Balanced Body University 2010 – 2012
  • Additional Balanced Body University modules – Pilates mat and roller, Orbit, Pilates mat and ring, Pilates arc in 2012.

Diane is a personal trainer, Pilates instructor and a sports therapist with a passion for triathlon.

After several years of practicing Pilates mat work and using studio equipment Diane qualified as a comprehensive instructor with Balanced Body University, London.

Diane’s belief is that Pilates practice can benefit everyone – from the dedicated athlete and sports enthusiast to the new mum. She is happy to work with a wide range of clientele to improve performance, posture and body awareness.

Diane has a lot of experience of working in with 1:1, specifically using the reformer and small equipment.

Her personal achievements include racing triathlon internationally for the team GB age group squad on several occasions’ and competing in marathons as well as Ironman races.

Mr Paul Brookland-Williams -  at London City Physiotherapy

Mr Paul Brookland-Williams


Pilates Instructor, Personal Trainer and Physiotherapist  

  • Bsc (Hons) Physiotherapy
  • APPI Equipment Certification (Reformer, Cadillac, Chair, Barrels)
  • Pilates Institute Matwork Diploma
  • Body Control Matwork Certification
  • YMCA Personal Trainer Award

A fully certified Pilates instructor and personal trainer, Paul holds a senior position at the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute (APPI), the centre of excellence for Pilates in London, bringing a wealth of experience to London City Pilates

Having recently completed a degree in Physiotherapy, Paul has a fully integrated approach to Pilates specialising in injury treatment and prevention,  alongside alignment and fitness. With over 10 years experience as a Pilates teacher, he works closely with clients to ensure that each class is personally tailored to individual abilities.

Prior to life as a Pilates teacher, Paul spent 14 years performing professionally in the theatre. A trained dancer, he enjoyed a successful career onstage, starring in hit shows including Starlight Express.

Ms Sarah Woodhouse -  at London City Physiotherapy

Ms Sarah Woodhouse


  • Certified Pilates Practitioner Post-rehabilitation: Polestar Pilates International
  • Comprehensively Certified Teacher: Fletcher Pilates Inc
  • Personal Trainer and Weight Management Consultant: American Council on Exercise

Intent on learning from the best, Sarah sought her professional training from some of the most highly respected international teachers in the field, including one of Pilates original teachers Ron Fletcher. She has completed two comprehensive training programmes in Pilates, which include the entire range of Pilates equipment and matwork. She is also a certified personal trainer, weight management consultant, swissball and bosu trainer.

Establishing her own Pilates, Health and Fitness studio ‘The Studio Sai Kung’ in Hong Kong for nine years enabled her to gather a wealth of teaching experience from beginner to advanced students, professional athletes – in group class and private teaching settings.

Since 2007 she has been a Faculty member for Fletcher Pilates Inc, which has given her the opportunity to train new teachers in Pilates and provide continuing education to qualified teachers. In this role she has presented at conferences internationally and taught teacher training courses in Hong Kong, Singapore, USA, UK, Australia, Germany and the Middle East.

From her own experience and the many years of teaching she has come to place great importance on helping clients understand why they are in pain and educating them to use their bodies in ways that alleviate it and prevent re-injury. Sarah also writes and teaches her own mentoring programmes.

Sarah equally loves the fitness aspect of Pilates, helping clients to find their full movement potential and pushing fit students to find the detail in the work that makes the difference between a workout … and a really tough workout.

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63 Queen Victoria Street, London, London, EC4N 4UAUK