Meet our team of qualified therapists.
Cameron Nind first completed his BSc in Sports Therapy with Rehabilitation in 2013. This led him onto completing his MSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham in 2016.
Over the past 7 years Cameron had worked in a variety of different sporting and clinical settings treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. He also spent time working at Derby County FC working with the academy and first team under Neil. Beside this he also held the position of Head Physiotherapist at Semi-professional team Basford Utd FC.
Cameron also spent time as therapist for Pro-continental cycling team – Team Raleigh working in Europe and the U.K. He also has a keen interest in knee pathologies, especially ACL rehabilitation.
Cameron is passionate about the restoration of Classic VW’s and has his beloved 1969 Savannah Beige VW Beetle. Additionally, he enjoys cycling, spending time socialising and watching football.
Jake is a Sports Therapist who graduated from the University of Worcester in 2014 with a degree in BSc Sports Therapy. Currently at the moment Jake is working as an associate lecturer at the University of Derby but also at professional and semi-amateur football clubs in the midlands.
Jake’s further sporting experiences include working with the Leicester falcons american football team, Belper rugby club and working with local running clubs, swimming clubs and cycling clubs. Jake’s interests within the sector is injury prevention as well as management of clients post surgery i.e. ACL reconstruction
Dr Sandy Khosla MBchB, MRCGP, DipSEM, DCH, DRCOG. I have been a qualified GP working in Derby for 24 years and have a special interest in musculoskeletal medicine. I have a diploma in sports and exercise medicine. I have been working in a community musculoskeletal service in Derby for 10years providing joint injections.
More recently these have been ultrasound guided which I have found have far better outcomes. I have been working as an academy doctor at Derby county for 10 years and I am also a trainer for the English Football Association.
Sean Shuttleworth – After 8 years in the fitness industry I required a new challenge, deciding to pursue a career in physiotherapy was the perfect decision. After 3 years at the University of Leicester, finishing with a first class honours degree, I decided to make the decision to work in private practice, which will allow more freedom to give patients and clients the best possible evidenced based care available.
Alongside a passion for helping those with chronic pain I also enjoy the challenge of working in sport, a challenge which is fulfilled by my role with Oakham RFC and really tested when being part of team responsible for managing the Scotland squad at the European Touch Rugby Championships.
I look forward to working with a range of patients, whether your goal is a return to sport or freedom from pain.
Caitlin qualified as a Level 3 Sports Massage Therapist in 2021, after graduating from the University of Lincoln with a BSc degree in Strength and Conditioning.
Studying sport science for 5 years has given Caitlin knowledge and understanding on how the body reacts to exercise. Now She wants to help individuals relieve muscular tension, aches and pains.
About me: I like to put on a podcast while challenging myself with new yoga position.