Gino qualified from the West Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in 1985, went on to gain his Masters degree from UCL in 1994 before embarking on his Phd at Kings College London in 1999. He was Director of the Brunel University Sports and Dance Injury Clinic where he worked as a Senior Lecturer on the BSc Physiotherapy course. He went on as a Senior Lecturer at St Mary’s University College on the BSc Sport Rehabilitation and MSc Sport and Exercise Rehabilitation until 2012 and is now regularly involved in lecturing postgraduates at a number of universities and professional conferences to Physiotherapists, Medics, Surgeons and other healthcare professionals. He is currently the Director of Clinical Services for TW1 Physiotherapy Ltd.
He has been involved with the assessment and management of injured athletes of all levels, amateur, professional, national and international including Premiership football and rugby as well as working in professional dance and was a member of Physiotherapy Advisory Group for Dance UK. Gino lectured to medics preparing for the 2012 Olympics on assessment and management of sports injuries, specialising in Biomechanical assessment of the musculoskeletal system and has published chapters in a number of books under the series title Science in Sport.
He is currently involved in clinical biomechanical research of lower limb injuries associated with running, with a particular emphasis on knee, ankle and foot and is about to embark on a research project involving diagnostic ultrasound and clinical assessment of shoulder impingement injuries in different sports.
GINO DI MATTEO
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TRACEY DI MATTEO
Tracey qualified from the West Middlesex School of Physiotherapy in 1987, went on to work in a number of teaching Hospitals including St Thomas’s Hospital, London. She also worked in professional Rugby being the team physiotherapist for London Welsh RFC for a number of years before joining the Physiotherapy team at the Brunel University Sports and Dance Injury Clinic, where her role involved looking after recreational, national and international level athletes and professional and student dancers.
She taught Anatomy and Physiology on the Access to Health Sciences courses at Richmond upon Thames Adult College and for the Academy at London Broncos Rugby League club. She also was the lead Physiotherapist seconded to GP practices in Richmond upon Thames and Hounslow Boroughs. As a member of Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, Tracey’s skills include using acupuncture as an adjunct to more conventional physiotherapeutic methods
Having spent 20 years in the private healthcare sector she has specialised in the assessment and management of musculoskeletal injuries and has written a number of internet articles on management of a variety of joint and musculoskeletal injuries in sport and work-related pathologies.
TRACEY DI MATTEO
Juls qualified from Kings College London in 2000. She has a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine and currently works with elite athletes at the English Institute of Sport and for England Hockey. She has also worked for professional teams such as England Golf and the English Womens RFU.
Juls has a special interest in rehabilitation after injury incorporating injury prevention and performance enhancement. She specialises in biomechanical alignment issues, muscle imbalance and postural problems including low back pain and neck pain.
She is trained in the use of acupuncture and manual therapy techniques. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists, Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine and is registered with the HCPC
Susan qualified from Leeds Metropolitan University in 1999 and then went on to gain a Masters in Sport and Exercise Medicine from Queen Mary University of London in 2005. She has developed her musculoskeletal assessment and injury management skills in both the NHS and private sectors and has worked for London Broncos RLFC, Saracens RUFC and The Great Britain Rowing Team. Working in these teams has cemented her belief that a multidisciplinary collaborative approach enhances recovery from injury. She is experienced in the rehabilitation of complex musculoskeletal pathologies and has a special interest in foot and ankle injuries, biomechanical analysis and muscle balance assessment. She is especially interested in helping people change their individual running style to reduce injury risk and prevent injury recurrence.
Joanna Stewart is an ITEC trained Sports Massage Therapist, having graduated from St Mary's University in Twickenham, London.
As a fitness enthusiast herself, Joanna understands the positive impact sports massage therapy can have upon the body and mind, by reducing muscular tension and pain. This form of deep tissue massage can help to heal tissue damage caused by accident or illness, maintain health and even enhance sporting ability. Sports massage therapy is not restricted to exercise fans however, as deep tissue massage techniques can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions
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