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Hemel Hempstead

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Jane Symonds

Clinical Lead & Centre Manager
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Joshua Lydon

Neurorehabilitation
Trainer
Neurokinex-Hemel-Team-Stephen-Simms

Stephen Sims

Neurorehabilitation
Trainer
Neurokinex-Hemel-Team-Taylor-Oram

Taylor Oram

Neurorehabilitation Trainer & Centre Liaison
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Jamie Jones

Neurorehabilitation
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Darcey Inman

Neurorehabilitation
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Zak Bowman

Zak Bowman

Neurorehabilitation
Trainer

Gatwick

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Jenny Suggitt

Occupational Therapy Lead & Centre Manager
MARILLA CAMERONHemel

Marilla Cameron

Neurorehabilitation Trainer & Deputy Manager
MORGAN PRICE-KINGHemel

Morgan Price-King


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ROCKY ADDISONHemel

Rocky Addison


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TAMSIN FITZGERALDHemel

Tamsin Fitzgerald

Neurorehabilitation
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SEAN OSULLIVANHemel

Sean O’Sullivan

Neurorehabilitation
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LUCY CHURCHHemel

Lucy Church

Neurorehabilitation
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Bristol

Becki Drewett

Becki Drewett

Clinical Lead
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Matt Pollock

Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Jane Symonds
Clinical Lead & Centre Manager

Jane graduated with a BSc Hons in Physiotherapy in 2004 from King’s College London. She gained experience in the NHS for ten years, working in a wide variety of settings including Stroke Rehabilitation, Neuro-medicine and Neuro-surgery prior to specialising in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation at the London Spinal Cord Injury Centre for six years.

Jane joined the team at Neurokinex in 2014 and mixes clinical supervision of clients with developing the services offered by Neurokinex. She is HCPC and CSP registered and a member of ACPIN and MASCIP.  Jane has spoken at national spinal cord injury conferences and forums and is also the Chief Investigator on our current spinal cord stimulation research study.

Joshua Lydon
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Josh is a UKSCA accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach with a BSc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise Science. Before joining Neurokinex in 2016, Josh supported the physical development of athletes training within universities and academies, professional sports clubs, and intensive Olympic centres. Working collaboratively with multidisciplinary teams he has prepared athletes for various national leagues and international competitions including the English Premier League and Olympic Games.

As a leading member of our training team, Josh now applies his expertise amongst those living with differing levels of paralysis imposed by a range of neurological conditions whilst supporting the advancement of our services. Equipped with a decade of experience, he enjoys creatively overcoming barriers inhibiting such a population from reaching specific exercise intensities required to maintain health and fulfil recovery potential. He also has a particular interest in novel approaches for maximising the recovery of those with spinal cord injury, such as acute intermittent hypoxia.

Stephen Sims
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Stephen joined Neurokinex as an assistant trainer in 2014. Whilst working with us, he studied for his REPS level 3 Personal Training qualification and is now a full-time trainer here at Neurokinex. Prior to joining Neurokinex, Stephen’s background was in sports training. He was a lead coach for dodgeball and football teams and played football at a semi-professional level.

Stephen has adapted the skills from his previous experiences in competitive sports performance and coaching to benefit individuals with neurological conditions. He has had extensive hands-on experience on how to deliver activity based rehabilitation to individuals with all types of neurological conditions. Stephen brings a competitive spirit and positive mentality to the centre which helps his clients to fulfil their full potential.

Taylor Oram
Neurorehabilitation Trainer & Centre Liaison

Taylor is one of our Neurorehabilitation Specialists and has been with us since 2014 after starting as an intern whilst at university. Taylor is the Centre Liaison and Paediatric Lead at the Hemel Hempstead site and has completed the NeuroRecovery Network Paediatric Locomotor Training course in Louisville, Kentucky.

Taylor has a BSc Hons in Sports Therapy and is currently studying for a Masters Degree in Public Health and Health promotion at Brunel University. Taylor is a qualified CrossFit Adaptive Coach and has Level 1 Certification in British Sign language.

Taylor currently plays netball for New Cambell in the Premier League and for the London Giants National Mixed Team. Taylor is also a member of Six Hills CrossFit where she trains regularly.

Jamie Jones
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Jamie graduated from the University of Winchester with a BSc in Sports and exercise science in 2018. Prior to joining Neurokinex, Jamie had been a sports coach teaching a variety of ages and abilities as well as collecting qualifications along the way.

Throughout university, he completed research in Rehabilitation focusing on Gait training and the use of Robotic gait orthosis, which sparked an interest. He is keen to continue to learn and develop in the neurorehabilitation field, as well as applying his knowledge and experience to sessions here at Neurokinex.

Darcey Inman
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Darcey joined Neurokinex as an intern in 2019 as part of her undergraduate degree at the university of Hertfordshire. Darcey graduated with a first class BSc Hons in sports therapy in 2021 and has now joined our team full time.   Darcey has previously worked with children and young people with physical disabilities, sparking her interest in working in the rehabilitation industry. Other experience includes massage, pitch-side first aid and rehabilitation within the university tennis team. Darcey is keen to apply her knowledge and experience into her sessions at Neurokinex and continue her development and learning in neuro rehabilitation.

Zak Bowman
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Jenny Suggitt
Occupational Therapy Lead & Centre Manager

Jenny Suggitt is an occupational therapist from Chicago, Illinois who joined Neurokinex in April 2016 as centre manager at Gatwick. Jenny received her Masters in Occupational Therapy in 2009 from Columbia University in New York City. Prior to joining Neurokinex, Jenny worked at renowned rehabilitation centres including the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago and Shriners Hospital for Children. She has treated a variety of neurological, developmental and orthopaedic conditions with a professional interest in spinal cord injury. Jenny is also a trained aquatic therapist as well as a Certified Lymphedema Therapist with specialisation in Breast Cancer Rehabilitation.

Jenny has spent the majority of her career working with children from birth through full development across all levels of complexity and is responsible for the establishment and progression of our Neurokinex Kids paediatric programme. She has worked in a variety of settings including inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient therapy and paediatric sensory integration gyms.

Marilla Cameron
Neurorehabilitation Trainer & Deputy Manager

Marilla Cameron is one of our Neurorehabilitation Specialists and has been with Neurokinex Gatwick since moving from Brisbane, Australia to London in 2016. Marilla is the Deputy Manager and Paediatric Lead at the Gatwick site. Marilla has a BSc in Clinical Exercise Physiology from the Queensland University of Technology and is currently studying a Graduate Certificate in Neurological Rehabilitation at Edith Cowan University. Marilla has an advanced teaching certificate in Reformer and Matwork Pilates. Marilla has also completed the Neurorecovery Network Advanced Locomotor Paediatric Mentorship Programme in Louisville, Kentucky.

Morgan Price-King
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Morgan Price-King graduated with a degree in Sport Science in 2012 from Middlesex University, and is currently studying for his Masters in Sports Medicine at UCL. He worked previously in sports rehabilitation before joining our Neurokinex Gatwick team in May 2016. As a trainer here, Morgan has been able to apply his own experiences within sport and integrate the scientific approach to strength and conditioning from his degree to the daily training sessions with clients. He has a special interest in adapted sports in particular wheelchair rugby and volleyball.

Rocky Addison
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Rocky graduated from St Mary’s University with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation (BSc) and joined the NK Gatwick team in August 2018. Before Neurokinex she has worked within rugby and rowing clubs providing injury management, rehabilitation and pitch side emergency first aid as well as running a private part-time massage and injury clinic.

Having completed her manual lymphatic drainage course in 2021 she enjoys using a combination of manual therapies to improve her clients’ well-being on top of their varied sessions at Neurokinex. With four years’ experience in kids summer sport camps, Rocky is delighted to work closely with both our paediatric and adult clients.

Outside of work Rocky is a keen rower at Shoreham Rowing and loves all things outdoors.

Tamsin Fitzgerald
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Tamsin graduated with a First Class degree in Sports Therapy from the University of Hertfordshire in 2019 which included a placement year at Neurokinex. Tamsin has previous experience in working with children with autism and physical disabilities which sparked an interest in paediatric rehabilitation. Since graduating, Tamsin has enjoyed working with both adult and paediatric clients at Neurokinex.

Tamsin also works in pitch side first aid and implementing rehabilitation programmes in a Football academy team. Tamsin is currently studying an MSc in Sport and Exercise Psychology and wishes to continue with further study in Neurorehabilitation.

Sean O’Sullivan
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Sean studied Sports Therapy at the University of Hertfordshire and graduated in 2019.
During his time at university he completed a year-long internship at Neurokinex Gatwick and became a full-time trainer in January 2020.

Throughout his time at university, Sean worked at various sporting events providing massage and immediate injury care. Further, he has worked pitch side providing first aid and also in a musculoskeletal injury clinic.

He has a strong interest in activity based rehabilitation and wants to further his knowledge in how this can apply to neurological conditions alongside other therapies such as electrical stimulation

Lucy Church
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Lucy graduated from the University of Bath with a First Class degree in Sport and Exercise Science in 2020 following a placement year at Neurokinex. Lucy returned to Neurokinex in August 2020 using the biomechanical and physiological principles from her degree to tailor sessions to both adult and paediatric clients. In her placement year, Lucy found a passion for working with children and sparked her interest in paediatric neurorehabilitation. Lucy has a keen interest in rounders, chairing her University team and looks to continue bringing her passion for sport to her sessions at Neurokinex.

Becki Drewett
Clinical Lead

Becki graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2006 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy and later completed a MSc. She is registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, is a HCPC member in addition to being a member of ACPIN, MASCIP and APCP.

She has specialised in neurological and musculoskeletal physiotherapy where she has worked in acute hospitals, out-patient clinics and specialist regional rehabilitation units. She has worked with stable neurological conditions, progressive neurological conditions, acquired neurological conditions, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries and has experience in pre and post neurological surgery. During her time working across the spectrum of care for neurologically impaired individuals, Becki also spent time working with injured armed forces personnel to high performance athletic individuals.

Becki has a lifelong passion for horses, continues to enjoy horse riding and working on her own personal fitness journey.

Matt Pollock
Neurorehabilitation Trainer

Matt graduated from the University of Bath in 2018 with a BSc (Hons) degree in Sport and Exercise Science. He completed a year-long internship at Neurokinex as part of his university degree where he developed a passion for working in the field of Neurological Rehabilitation. He shortly after enrolled as a full-time employee at the Neurokinex Bristol centre where he has accumulated experience working with a variety of neurological conditions.

Matt is also a keen volleyball player and coach who has used his experiences to actively promote adaptive volleyball opportunities locally.