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Who we are

Taryn Schutz BSc (Physio) MCSP

Taryn Schutz BSc (Physio) MCSP

Taryn, a strong advocate of exercise for promoting both mental and physical health, believes that a strong patient/therapist relationship is key to recovery. She’s passionate about assisting patients back to good health with her blend of manual therapy, exercise therapy, dry needling…and a kind heart.

Practicing what she preaches, Taryn is a keen gym-goer, plays squash regularly, runs and does bikram yoga. She began her career in South Africa, in mainly private practices and hospitals, and made the move to the UK around five years ago.

Taryn enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions but does have a particular interest in ankles due to her own personal experiences. She combines a deep understanding of pain science, and a holistic view of the patient’s health, to continually achieve great results.

Bradley Scanes MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP MHPC MACPSEM MAACP

Bradley Scanes MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP MHPC MACPSEM MAACP

Brad gained a degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University, before completing a Master’s in Physiotherapy. He started out at a large hospital gaining a varied experience across intensive care, stroke, neurology and trauma, and elective surgeries such as hip and knee.

Brad’s passion, however, lies with musculoskeletal physiotherapy and he soon became a Clinical Lead Physio, providing assessment and treatment for NHS patients. This passion also led him to the role of Head of Medical for Southend Football Club’s academy and first team physio.

Alongside his current clinic work with W5Physio, Brad has an elite sport role as physiotherapist for Basketball England. He prepares the team, travelling with them for international tournaments and uses this invaluable experience in treating all his clients, of every age and ability, like world-class athletes.

Further qualifications for Brad include sports massage, acupuncture and kinesio-taping. He enjoys football, the gym and running – he’s even completed the London marathon! Currently studying for a second Master’s degree in advanced physiotherapy, Brad teaches post-grad physio, features in podcasts and blogs and can often be found debating physiotherapy’s hottest topics on Twitter.

Sachka Nenkova MSc (Phy) BSc (Phy) MCSP

Sachka Nenkova MSc (Phy) BSc (Phy) MCSP

With a physiotherapy Master’s degree from the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and a Bachelor’s degree from the National Sport Academy, Sofia, Sachka also has a graduate diploma in medical rehabilitation. Continuing to expand her knowledge even further, Sachka has completed a number of post-graduate courses in neurodynamics, Pilates and acupuncture. She’s recently been increasing her experience in vestibular rehabilitation too, through assisting patients in their recovery from balance disorders.

Sachka began her career working at a specialised diabetes and endocrinology hospital in Sofia, Bulgaria, undertaking a leading role in the management of painful diabetic neuropathy. She then worked for more than ten years in South Africa, as a senior physiotherapist in both private and National Health Service hospitals. She’s also worked as a clinical educator for St George’s hospital, London.

Sachka has outstanding experience in the treatment and management of a wide range of musculoskeletal, pulmonary, pre and post-surgical, and neurological conditions, in both adults and children.

Sachka is passionate about using the best evidence-based ‘hands on’ skills to help you to recover as quickly as possible.

Kirshnee Pillay MCSP

Kirshnee Pillay MCSP

Training and qualifying as a physiotherapist in South Africa in 2005, Kirshnee worked in the country’s community, and later private practice, before moving to the UK in 2008.

Since then she’s gained extensive experience in working in both private and NHS out-patient settings, successfully treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Kirshnee has also completed a range of post-graduate training courses in manual therapy as well as acupuncture, dry needling and Pilates.

Promoting an active lifestyle for maintaining health and preventing injury, Kirshnee enjoys running, yoga and strength training. She works with patients through taking a holistic approach to treatment, using both ‘hands on’ therapy and exercise prescription, and looks forward to working with you on your road to recovery.

Stewart Ramsay MSc PGdip (Manip Ther) MMACP MCSP

Stewart Ramsay MSc PGdip (Manip Ther) MMACP MCSP

Stewart, a full member of the prestigious Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP), started out as a Sports Scientist after gaining a first in Sports Science from the University of Wales. Then, in 2001, he gained a Master’s degree in Rehabilitation Science from Glasgow Caledonian University. It was whilst studying for his Master’s that Stewart realised his passion for manual therapy (mobilisation and manipulation), so went on to study at the University of Brighton, where he completed a PGdip (post-graduate diploma) in Manipulative Physiotherapy.

Now one of the founders of W5Physio, Stewart is passionate about providing a friendly, family-feel clinic that delivers the highest quality physiotherapy services. He brings with him a wealth of experience from working within private practices, as a higher education physio tutor, as a senior clinician in the NHS, and as a physio for a number of rugby and football clubs.

Stewart also practices acupuncture and Pilates. With a wide array of knowledge and 15 years’ experience, you can be sure you’re in safe hands.

Greg Bagley MSc (Physio) BExSci MCSP MACPSM MAACP

Greg Bagley MSc (Physio) BExSci MCSP MACPSM MAACP

Master of Physiotherapy, Greg, completed his undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology on the Gold Coast of Australia. Since graduating in 2001, he’s worked extensively in sports, orthopaedics and private practice in Australia, Germany and the UK, treating the full array of neuromusculoskeletal conditions. He’s worked with a wide variety of patients; from international sports people, to members of the British Armed Services; and on anything from work-related injuries, to those who have overdone it in the garden!

2014 saw Greg as the lead physio for the Glasgow Commonwealth Games triathlon and he also worked with Team GB at the 2000 Sydney Olympics.

A member of the Association of Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine, Greg is also trained in Pilates and acupuncture. He’s a firm believer of the ‘hands on’ approach and looks forward to quickly resolving your pain.

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