Director, Founder and Advanced MSk Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC
Stephanie is the inspiration, the passion and the driving force behind the Pea Green Physio but she is the first to admit that she could not have created such a home for healthy bodies and healing hands all on her own. The success of her business depended entirely on finding others who were highly qualified, but more importantly, who shared her belief that looking after people’s bodies also meant looking after people.
Lead MSk Physiotherapist MCSP HCPC AACP
As a keen sportsman himself, playing rugby for Buckingham Rugby Club, whilst acting as the team’s physiotherapist, Ben’s life revolves around being healthy and he is a keen student of the effects of nutrition on the body. He even married a personal fitness trainer, Louise, in 2011; ensuring that fitness remains very much in the family. They did, however, take some time out to indulge in a spectacular road trip through California and Mexico for their honeymoon (very little rugby out there).
MSk Physiotherapist MSc BHK Dip
Katrina’s desire in physiotherapy grew in high school, when multiple sport injuries, both musculoskeletal and neurological landed her in a physiotherapy clinic for treatment. After experiencing the remarkable impact physiotherapy can have on restoring one’s quality of life, she pursued employment in various physiotherapy clinics as a physiotherapist assistant for several years. As well, Katrina completed college, university, and a master’s degree in related physiotherapy fields. Katrina graduated from the Fitness and Health diploma program at Humber College, Toronto (Canada) in 2013. From here she was a personal trainer and group exercise instructor for both adults and children, specialising in HIIT and circuit classes, low intensity and seated exercise classes for elderly. She enjoyed taking her classes outdoors to parks, outdoors gyms and football pitches.
Later she graduated from the Bachelor of Human Kinetics (Hons) program at University of Ottawa in 2018. She then went on to pursue her dream and graduated from her Masters of Science in Physiotherapy at Glasgow Caledonian University in January 2021. Here she completed 7 physiotherapy placements working in Cardiac Rehab, Adults with Intellectual Disabilities, Paediatrics, Orthopaedics, Multiple Sclerosis, and MSK physiotherapy.
Katrina is originally from a small village in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. In 2019 she moved to live in Glasgow, Scotland for two years while completing her degree. Outside of class time, she enjoyed road trips to the Cairngorms and coasts, hill walking and morning coffee walks with her friends. She also enjoyed a season with the Scottish National Basketball League team-The Lady Rocks.
Katrina is now settled in Cheltenham with her partner, Jarrod, where she is eager to find a basketball team and enjoy new running trails, road trips and various villages nearby. She will also spend her time organising and gardening at a new allotment shared with friends.
Natasha is passionate about helping others reduce pain and improve function, ultimately enabling patients to live their best possible life. With a background in dance and movement Natasha has always loved staying active. After completing a health and fitness degree she moved into the health and fitness industry encouraging health and well-being through exercise. Having appreciated the power of movement therapy to enhance quality of life she then went onto specialise in rehabilitation teaching Pilates, Pilates reformer and Yoga. Natasha is also pre and post natal Pilates qualified. Having a huge interest in women’s health Natasha has studied the benefits of pelvic floor muscle training and the role it plays within building core strength, understanding the necessity it plays not only to facilitate rehabilitation, improve function and chronic health conditions but is the basis for all movement.
Inspired by the power of Pilates, Natasha furthered her knowledge completing a Physiotherapy degree. Studying Physiotherapy has allowed her to understand the bio-mechanics of the human body applying these skills to her practice. Natasha stresses the importance of an individualised treatment programme understanding each patient has their own needs. Using movement and Physiotherapy, Natasha uses a holistic therapy to restore function and balance within the body.