A Little Bit About Caitlin 



My journey in the health industry started back in 2009 when I first started working as a physiotherapy assistant whilst undergoing my BSc Physiotherapy degree at Oxford Brookes University. Following my graduation in 2012, I spent my first two years completing a Sports Massage Diploma and providing services such as medico-legal treatment to a range of public sector organisations, before specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

During my my time working as a Physiotherapist I continued to attend further education courses including my MSC in Sports and Exercise Nutrition at Oxford Brookes University. Following my MSc and through my one-to-one experience I started to specialise in Sports Physiotherapy and working with those with a combination of health challenges and body composition goals like weight loss. 

I have worked within the field of Sports Physiotherapy with local rugby, tennis and rowing clubs, and was the Lead Physiotherapist for Oxford University Women’s Lightweight Rowing Club (2016–2019). I have also worked with British Eventing providing physiotherapy for riders at Blenheim International Horse Trials.


Event Riders




Racket Sports

Injury prevention

Sports and Athletic Performance

Weight Loss

Lifestyle and Habit Changes

Meal Plans


Every treatment I provide is clinically reasoned, evidenced-based and individually tailored to cater for a wide range of physical ailments, aches and pains and functional limitations.