Rupert Clements – Chiropractor

Rupert graduated from the European Institute of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Surrey with a Masters degree in Chiropractic. His first degree was in Clinical Sciences from King’s College, London and so he has a biomechanical focused approach to the care he provides. He has worked in London and Bridgwater and has been at the clinic since 2006 – so knows what he is doing. He is particularly interested in the important and under-recognized impact of hip-height inequality, connective tissue laxity and of anterior head carriage caused by poor work posture.

There are things he sees every day – many of them undiagnosed.

Rupert is registered with the General Chiropractic Council and is a member of the British Chiropractic Association.

Rupert the chiropractor

Sports Injury and Sports Massage Specialists

Katie Breeze – Sports Therapist

Katie has been passionate about health and fitness since she was a child, though her specific interests have definitely evolved as she’s progressed through the many different stages of her life.

She graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Sport Science from Loughborough University in 1997, and has subsequently pursued further training as a PT, Group Exercise Instructor and a Level 4 Sports Therapist (which in itself requires regular and ongoing CPD qualification updates).

By using all areas of her expertise, and consulting with you regarding your individual needs and objectives, she is able to create an entirely bespoke holistic programme of therapeutic care and exercise prescription, to help you achieve your goals.

At C1 she provides Sports & Remedial Therapy for individuals with a huge array of physical pain and limitation; from postural dysfunction of the desk bound worker, to the weekend warrior or those with soft tissue injuries whether they be sports related or otherwise. Treatment modalities she uses vary between treatments according to what is appropriate for the client and soft tissue dysfunction at the time. A treatment may consist of a range of assessment and techniques including; Movement Analysis, Manual Myofascial Trigger Point Therapy, Dry Needling Therapy, Muscle Energy Techniques, NeuroMuscular Facilitation and Rehab and Corrective Exercise Prescription.