Meet The Team
“Professional and helpful. Everything from booking your appointment to the service and expertise you receive is first class” – Stephen W. Sept 2015
David Wynne - Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist, West London Physio Research Lead
BSc (Physio) MSc (Sports and Exercise Medicine) MCSP MHCPC
David is West London Physio’s Research Lead. He is a passionate and highly skilled physiotherapist who also has a Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has worked at leading clinics in both Singapore and the UK.
While in Singapore David worked with the regions premier Sports Medicine Centre treating both professional athletes and military personnel.
David has a special interest in combining manual therapy and specific strength and conditioning training to help patients overcome injuries such as recurrent back pain, knee pain, and shoulder pain. As someone who has also undergone major knee surgery he is also an expert at correcting faulty movement patterns that can cause lower limb injury.
David prides himself on taking a holistic approach to patient care and focuses on establishing patients individual goals to guide treatment.
As West London Physiotherapy’s research lead, David is also responsible for ensuring all of our clinical staff are up to date with current research and best practice.
Kam Sowman - Clinical Lead, Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapist
B.Physio, MCSP, MHCPC
Kam has worked as a Physiotherapist in New Zealand, Australia and in the United Kingdom for more than 15 years in which time he has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience working with patients to aid recovery and alleviate pain.
Kam’s areas of speciality include back and neck pain, sports and running injuries, and long term injury associated with sedentary life styles.
He has a passion for human movement and biomechanics in both ergonomic, work and sports settings. He has extensive post graduate experience in this field and uses a combination of manual therapy, postural/movement correction, and specific exercise prescription to get to the root of the problem and devise a successful treatment. He also holds post graduate qualifications in dry needling, acupuncture, and spinal manipulation.
Kam also understands the importance and relevance of physical activity from the other side. In New Zealand he played rugby at an elite level and he holds two New Zealand National Rowing Titles. These days he enjoys weight training and running which compliments Physiotherapy in terms of exercise prescription, rehabilitation towards returning to sports and general post injury exercise programs.
Liam McCloskey - Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
BSc(Physio)(Hons) MCSP HCPC
Liam completed his training in Perth, Western Australia and received first class honours for his research into childhood Joint Hypermobility Syndrome in the process. Since graduating, he has completed extra training in sports physiotherapy, dry needling and running biomechanics and injuries. He has worked in private clinics in Perth and London, as well as in sports environments with elite football teams, Masters AFL competitions, cheerleaders and dancers.
Liam loves working with active patients with goals to get back to or start sport and exercise. His hypermobility research and previous work with motor vehicle accidents and those with chronic pain have furthered his passion to get every patient back to their best. He takes a hands-on approach to treating your problems and enjoys the challenge of designing a rehabilitation program specific to each patient.
He currently supports the Wimbledon Hockey Club Ladies 1st team, who play in the Conference East of the English National League and include past and present England, Scotland and Great Britain representatives. He has also played competitive football and futsal in Australia and the UK and his experiences being injured and recovering from surgery help him understand rehabilitation from the patient’s perspective.
Away from physiotherapy, Liam enjoys weight training, running, good food and coffee and making the most of the travel opportunities afforded by living in London.
- Acute knee and ankle injuries
- Acute and recurrent muscle injuries
- Sports, running and tendon injuries
- Post-surgical rehabilitation
- Shoulder pain
- Recurrent Back pain
Undine qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2003 from Stellenbosch University, South Africa. She has since worked in private practices in both the UK and South Africa, along with the NHS and work treating professional Rugby and elite athletes in South Africa.
Undines area of expertise includes sports injuries and running injuries along with postural related problems of the neck and spine. She uses a combination of manual therapy and specific exercise to rehabilitate and strengthen patients and help get patients to be in better condition than they were before the injury.
Undine has studied under renowned Physiotherapists Diane Lee and LJ Lee, Joanne Elphinson and David Butler and has honed her skills in the Integrated Systems Model, JEMS Art and NOI approach to address faulty movement patterns. She is currently completing post graduate studies in Applied Kinesiology.
She encourages healthy habits that fit into your lifestyle including healthy eating, regular exercise and meditation. In her spare time, she likes to keep fit and enjoys golf.
Cameron Tudor - Clinical Director and Prescriber
B.Physiotherapy PG Cert Independent Prescribing, MCSP, MHCPC
The founder and Director of West London Physiotherapy, Cameron has two decades of experience as a physiotherapist in Australia and the UK. His experience and passion for assisting people to regain strength and recover from injuries led to the foundation of West London Physiotherapy in 2007.
Cameron’s unique philosophy forms the basis of treatment at West London Physiotherapy – a combination of listening to understand the patients’ needs and the effect that pain is having in their lives, then establishing goals and working together to achieve them.
Cameron developed much of his practical skill and knowledge working with elite professional athletes including tennis players, golfers, rugby players and cricketers. He was formerly team Physiotherapist to the Oxford University Rowing Team, and one of the lead Physiotherapists to the London Marathon.
Passionate about the importance of physical activity, his focus is ensuring that all patients of West London Physiotherapy receive the best possible care and are able to reach their optimum physical condition quickly and safely.
In 2014 he became one of the first Physiotherapy Independent Medication Prescribers in the UK.
To simply call Maggie a massage therapist would be selling her short. Maggie also has a degree in physiotherapy, qualifications in Pilates and worked as a personal trainer for Holmes Place and Virgin Active gyms. She’s almost a one-woman clinic.
Maggie’s career started in Spain, where she graduated from the University of Alcalá before moving to London to receive HCPC registration. It was during this time that she worked as a personal trainer and took a sports massage course, which she enjoyed so much that it became her primary profession.
As our massage therapist, Maggie applies her knowledge of both sports massage and physiotherapy to improve athletic performance, accelerate recovery, rehabilitate and prevent injury and reduce physical and psychological stress. She continues to practice as a physiotherapist through her work with the London Tigers football charity.
When she’s not continuing to grow her enviable range of skills, Maggie’s expanding culturally, with a passion for literature, cinema and architecture – while somehow still finding time to unwind with a bike ride.
George has spent over 30 years within the fitness industry, with experience and qualifications that few in the industry can match.
- A graduate of St Mary’s University, with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Sports Science and Biology.
- Head fitness coach at Crystal Palace FC.
- International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness (IFBB) instructor.
- APPI pilates teacher.
- BASI Ski instructor.
- Functional trainer, and Spin bike teacher.
More recently George has turned his focus towards Functional Training and Sports rehab, working with other health specialists to find exercise solutions to painful backs and knees. He also has a special interest in nutrition and hormonal imbalance as they relate to improving metabolism.
George takes a whole-body approach that brings clients fast, effective results, with a philosophy to training that ensures fun, effective, holistic solutions to each client’s specific goals. He is also a qualified ski instructor. So, if your goals are to get fit to ski, or simply live a strong, active and healthy life, then make a time to let George help you.
Ryno is an experienced health and fitness trainer with more than a decade of professional experience in functional training to build patients strength and flexibility in both a recovery and preventative capacity.
After experiencing his own back injury Ryno developed a training rehabilitation style that incorporates strength and conditioning with Pilates and Yoga. His experience has inspired his passion for assisting patients to recover and then maintain their health and fitness.
Ryno works in close collaboration with the team at West London Physiotherapy to develop customised fitness and training programs to aid rapid recovery and all around health of patients.
Ryno holds qualifications in Health and Fitness Training from the Sports Science Department of Stellenbosch University in South Africa.