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Headshot of physiotherapist Holly Roberts, who is smiling at the camera. She is wearing a blue Marine shirt

Holly Roberts

Founder & Physiotherapist


Holly is a clinical specialist physiotherapist and graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a BSC in Physiotherapy in 2011. She is registered with the Health Care Professional Council and the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She has extensive knowledge through the assessment and treatment of complex training and operational injuries within the military. She also has considerable experience in the management of post operative care, sporting injuries, spinal pain and general aches and pains.


Holly brings a wealth of experience from her previous roles, having worked alongside various prestigious organisations such as:

  • Royal Marines Commandos

  • Royal Marine Recruits

  • Special Forces

  • Special Forces Support Group

  • Parachute Regiment

  • Royal Navy

  • Royal Air Force

  • National Health Service

  • Nuffield Health

Her past roles have seen her take on significant responsibilities, including serving as the clinical lead for three-week residential lower limb and spinal rehabilitation courses, where she provided specialist care for military personnel. In this capacity, Holly also ran specialist musculoskeletal clinics and residential rehabilitation courses, tailoring them to meet the exceptional standards required by Special Forces personnel. This period saw her rise to the position of clinical lead of the department, where she leveraged her past experience to run multidisciplinary clinics alongside sports and exercise medicine consultants for the region. During the initial stages of building her private practice, she worked part-time at CTCRM Lympstone.

Holly's experience also extends to the National Health Service, where she served as a clinical lead physiotherapist and took on the role of spinal and foot and ankle lead.

Now, Holly runs her practice full time, she handles all musculoskeletal conditions, with a particular interest in:

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