Enable Recite me Accessibility Tools:
Accessibility Options
To find out more, please see here.

Prabin Gurung

Prabin completed his BSc in Physiotherapy from Huddersfield University and has been working at Ashford and St. Peters for 2 years. He has completed his orthopaedic and paediatric rotation and is currently working in the outpatients MSK team where he wants to specialise further. Prabin likes watching movies and playing tennis in his leisure time, travelling and trying new cuisines.

Nabilah Rahman

Nabilah completed her MSc in Advanced MSK Physiotherapy at King's College London, graduating with a Distinction award. She also completed a BSc in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University. She has been working at Ashford and St. Peters since September 2019 and had 2 years of experience from Singapore. She is under the outpatients MSK team with a special interest in clinical research, the lower limb and persistent pain. Nabilah loves her cat Smudge, enjoys travelling and karaoke.

Becky Smith

Becky completed her BSc Physiotherapy degree at Brunel University in 2006. She went on to complete her B5 rotations at the Royal Free Hospital before specialising as a neuro-physiotherapist there for 6 years. In 2015 Becky decided to come back to the MSK world where she joined the MSK physiotherapy team at Ashford and St.Peters. She now works as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist within the MSK team. Becky enjoys trail running, white-water kayaking and walks with her springer spaniel, Finn!

Richard Beak

Richard has been practising as an MSK physiotherapist for 2 years, having previously worked in orthopaedics, medical and neuro-rehabilitation. Graduating with a BSc from Southampton in 2016, Richard has a professional interest in tendinopathies, pain, and return to sport, and personally trains and competes for an athletic club in his spare time. He also enjoys a good mountain hike, or generally getting outdoors.

Corrinn Upton

Corrinn graduated from St Mary's University in Twickenham where she completed her BSc Hons in sport and exercise science. She then went on to study a pre-registratory MSc Physiotherapy degree at Kings College, graduating with distinction in 2019. She has been working at ASPH in MSK outpatients for one year. Corrinn has a special interest in sports related injuries and alongside her NHS work, is currently working at Esher Rugby Club as head physiotherapist.

Matt Everard

Matt graduated from Brunel University in 2000, after working in Respiratory and ITU, Neuro Rehab , Orthopaedics and Outpatient Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation in his post graduate role, he specialised in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and Orthopaedics. He worked as the Orthopaedic Team Lead for Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust for 10 years and then moved back into Outpatient Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2016. He now works as a First Contact Physiotherapist working in GP practices. He has 2 children and enjoys running, cycling and anything which takes him outside in the fresh air.

Leon Palmer-Wilson

Leon graduated from Kings University, London in 2010. Leon has had a number of roles spanning research, leadership and clinical practice. He is currently working full time as a First Contact Practitioner. He enjoys football and running.

Gina Locke

Gina graduated with a BSc in Physiotherapy from Cardiff University in 2013. After a short spell working for the NHS in South Wales she moved to Surrey and joined the Ashford and St. Peters team in 2015. She currently works as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist within MSK and has experience in Orthopaedics and Pelvic Health. Gina enjoys running and yoga in her spare time as well as skiing and looking after her 1 year old son, Noah.

Sara Hill

Sara graduated from University of Southampton with BSc Physiotherapy in 2012. She is a Clinical Specialist MSK Physiotherapist and has worked at Ashford & St Peter's NHS Foundation Trust for the last 4 years. As well as working in the NHS, Sara is the Head Physiotherapist for Rams RFC who currently play in National 1. Sara is also a keen cyclist and enjoys watching most sports.

Ryan Mackie

Ryan Mackie is the Clinical Lead of MSK Physiotherapy and Hand Therapy at Ashford and St. Peter’s NHS Foundation Trust. Ryan studied at St. George’s University and attained a 1st class honours in Physiotherapy, completing his junior rotations at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust before moving to ASPH in 2014. Ryan’s main clinical interest are in ACL and PFJ rehab, which was helpful following requiring ACLR in 2015 following a football injury. Outside of work Ryan is a keen tennis player and is kept busy with his two children.

Megan Riley

Megan qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy from Kings College London in 2014, started working at Ashford and St Peters in 2016, and is currently working as one of our Clinical Specialists. Her working week includes running our acupuncture clinic, 1:1 appointments and two mornings a week she works as a First Contact Practitioner (FCP). In her free time, she enjoys yoga and travel.

Olly Sell

“I graduated as physiotherapist from Brunel University in 2008. I work as a band 7 MSK Clinical Specialist at Ashford and St Peters since 2008. I am quite active, but no more than the average person. I have an holistic outlook when coming to treat my patients, and I feel I am able to personalise my treatment to each individual patient. This helps the patients to reach their own personal goals. To help me achieve this, I am continuously updating my knowledge and skills in order to provide up to date evidence based care.”

Brendon Hall

I have been a physiotherapist for over 20 yrs. I am passionate about the work I do and also fascinated about the human body and mind with a particular interest in applied anatomy and biomechanics. I am also interested in people’s complexity and simplicity, resilience and fragility, the ability to adapt and resist as these things have helped me better understand people with pain and disability. A bit more about me: I was born and grew up in South Africa where my passion was rugby. However due to injuries I stopped playing at age 20yrs and went to university to focus on academic study. After my first degree, I felt it wasn’t enough and I wanted more, so I went back to university to study physiotherapy. After graduating I worked as a newly qualified physio in the NHS at East Surrey Hospital in Redhill. After a couple of years I became a senior physio. From that point I worked in various posts in private practice, sport, lecturing and the NHS. I naturally developed special interests in shoulders, knees, lower backs and persistent pain. In addition I have a desire to promote not only a more evidence based way of thinking and practising within the profession but also a more open, honest, holistic and inclusive way.


Protecting Your Online Privacy
Protecting Your Online Privacy

This Ashford and St Peter's website uses cookies to track visitor numbers. Find out more in our Cookies Policy and Privacy Policy. You can also read our Accessibility Statement and Privacy Notice for your information.