<strong>INGA TULLOCH</strong> MCSP, OCPPP
INGA TULLOCH MCSP, OCPPPClinic Director, Physiotherapy

Having qualified as a Physiotherapist at St. Mary’s Paddington in 1987 Inga worked as a Senior Physiotherapist for the Women’s Tennis Association between 1990 and 1997. During this period she covered tournaments such as Wimbledon, Rome, Hamburg and the Federation Cup. Inga has been responsible for creating and heading up successful Clinics at the Vanderbilt Racquet Club, Riverside Club, Harbour Club and the Roehampton Club where she established the physiotherapy and sports injury clinic in 1994.

At the Tulloch Clinic Inga heads a team of experienced therapists who between them offer a wide range of treatments for many conditions including sports injuries, back and neck pain, arthritis, post surgery rehabilitation, strains, muscular aches and pains and foot conditions.

Still ‘hands-on’, practising 4 days a week at Roehampton, Inga has many referrals from eminent Consultants and Surgeons who recognise her vast knowledge, experience and specialised skills.

Inga has continued to expand that knowledge base by pursuing ongoing further education which now sees her using technologies such as Dry Needling, Kinesio Taping and Modified Pilates thus building upon her inherent therapy and diagnostic skills to ensure that whether a patient has regular sports injuries or more involved post-operative re-habilitation to contend with, he or she is quickly on the road to playing their chosen sport again and comfortable with their everyday living.

<strong>NICOLA ALLEN</strong> MSc, BSc, MCSP, SRP
Nicola is a highly qualified and experienced physiotherapist specialising in rehabilitative and sports physiotherapy. Trained at Cardiff’s Universal Hospital she holds a BSc in physiotherapy and MSc in sports physiotherapy.
[/fusion_text]In addition to her physiotherapy training, Nicola studied acupuncture in Shanghai and has qualified as a Modified Pilates Instructor. Initially she worked in the NHS before moving into private practice and treating several elite sports men and women as well as spending two seasons working with Gloucester Rugby Club.
[/fusion_text]Nicola believes that treatment should get you back to normal (or better than normal!) as soon as possible and she uses joint mobilisations, massage, acupuncture, electrotherapy and rehabilitative exercise regimes to gain effective results for her patients. One of her main aims is to ensure that injuries do not recur by giving advice on posture and positioning to avoid common strains.
<strong>GRAHAM HADLEY</strong> MCSP
GRAHAM HADLEY MCSPPhysiotherapy, Shiatsu, Cranial Sacral Therapy
Graham studied Shiatsu for two years with Mitsuki Kikkawa, an extraordinarily intuitive Japanese master, in Toronto, Canada. As his Toronto shiatsu practice grew, he studied craniosacral therapy with the Upledger Institute as it explained the skull movement he’d been feeling, and added another powerful technique to his therapeutic approach. After three years of practice, he decided to expand his ‘body of knowledge’, entering the physiotherapy program at the University of Toronto and qualifying in 1994.
In 1995 Graham moved to Hawaii, founded Hadley Rehab in 1998, and for ten years ran a very busy practice. In 2008 he and his British wife moved to London to have new adventures. He is HCPC registered in the UK as a Physiotherapist and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. He looks forward to helping you feel better.
<strong>THOMAS DOLPHIN</strong> BSc (Hons) MChS
THOMAS DOLPHIN BSc (Hons) MChSChiropody/Podiatry
Having worked for the NHS and Marie Curie as a registered nurse, Tom studied podiatry at the University of East London. He was awarded a BSc in Podiatric medicine and joined the Tulloch Clinic in 2010.
Tom treats most foot conditions including postural foot pain, corns, hard skin, cracked heels, verrucas, athletes foot and nail problems such as fungal and ingrown nails. Orthotics can be prescribed to treat many foot problems including arch pain, low arches, sports related problems and heel pain.
Tom is registered with the Health Care Professions Council and is a member of the Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists.
<strong>AIDAN McGRAIL</strong> MSc, BHSc, DPodM, SRCh, MSCh
Aidan has been practicing in the UK since qualifying as a podiatrist in New Zealand in 1997, during which time he has completed a Master of Science degree in Clinical Biomechanics. Aidan now specialises in musculoskeletal complaints and injuries of the lower extremity, gait analysis and orthotic/insole therapy. He has also recently gained a Politics, Philosophy and Economics degree.
In addition to his work at the Roehampton Club Aidan is employed at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust as the lead Clinical Podiatric Musculoskeletal Specialist where he is involved in multidisciplinary care; providing podiatric intervention and management for orthopaedic, diabetic and rheumatologic patients.
Aidan is Health Care Professions Council (HPC) registered and belongs to the UK Society of Podiatrists (MSCh)
<strong>NUALA PRICE</strong> BSc (Hons), Lic Ac, MBAcC
NUALA PRICE BSc (Hons), Lic Ac, MBAcCAcupuncture
Nuala has been in private practice for 9 years treating a wide range of conditions including musculoskeletal disorders, tiredness, stress, anxiety, addiction/withdrawal, pain management and menopause. Nuala’s treatments are tailored to the individual. She works closely with patients to achieve better health, enhancing their feeling of wellbeing and promoting physical and emotional harmony.
Nuala trained for 4 years to achieve a Bachelor of Science degree in Acupuncture at the London College of Traditional Acupuncture and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council. She keeps her skills up to date with post graduate studies and continued professional development including Balance Acupuncture for Pain, Facial Revitalisation Acupuncture and Acupuncture for Fertility.
<strong>MARY CONLON</strong>
MARY CONLONReflexology, Natural Lift Facial Massage
Mary has been practicing Reflexology since 1994. She joined the Tulloch Clinic in 1998 and in addition to Reflexology is qualified in Natural Lift Facial Massage.
Mary is qualified in Advanced Reflexology and has attended many Courses including Meditation and Visualisation and adaptive reflexology in cancer patients. She is passionate about helping people maintain balance and reduce stress levels.
<strong>EVA WILCOX</strong>
EVA WILCOXSports Massage, Pregnancy Massage
After qualifying from St. Mary’s University College as an ITEC Holistic Sports and Pregnancy Massage therapist Eva gained experience treating people with a variety of muscular aches and pains including professional and recreational athletes, elderly clients and pregnant women. I have also found that massage therapy helps to reduce pain in clients with arthritis and certain neurological conditions.
During her 8 years playing competitive tennis, Eva’s experience of suffering numerous injuries lead her to use various therapies as part of the rehabilitation process. She found massage particularly powerful in helping to manage her injuries and has been interested in massage therapy ever since. Eva joined the Tulloch Clinic in 2008 as a Sports Massage therapist and in addition is also working as a NHS Rehabilitation Assistant.
<strong>GUILIANA NEWMAN</strong>
GUILIANA NEWMANSports Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Reflexology, Manual Lymphatic Drainage
As well as specialising in Sports Massage/Deep Tissue, Giuliana offers several other therapeutic approaches, such as Holistic Relaxing Massage, especially for Massage in Pregnancy and also Reflexology and Manual Lymphatic Drainage.
Giuliana trained at St Mary’s University Strawberry in 2005. Her initial interest was in alternative therapies and after gaining an ITEC diploma in Reflexology she discovered that Holistic Massage complemented the therapies well and subsequently gained an ITEC diploma in this discipline. She has now also added Manual Lymphatic Drainage to her skills. With such a broad base and flexibility, Giuliana has been able to adapt her treatments to suit a wide set of needs.
<strong>CLARE LANGFORD</strong>
CLARE LANGFORDSports Massage, Pregnancy Massage, Indian Head Massage, Anti-Cellulite and Detox Massage
Clare has been working as a therapist for the past three years, having qualified in Sports and Remedial Massage Therapy. Her background in performance and fitness has equipped her with a strong awareness of the body, and how it best functions.Clare offers treatments for athletes, performing artists and anyone seeking to alleviate pain caused by chronic injury, postural misalignment or general stress. Her focus is on addressing the cause of the problem and working to relieve this, whilst ensuring the client leaves the session with a sense of wellbeing and relaxation. Clare offers Deep Tissue, Swedish and Sports Massage. She is also qualified in Pregnancy Massage, Cellulite Reduction & Detox Massage and Indian Head massage therapy.
<strong>CHRISTINA McDERMID</strong>
CHRISTINA McDERMIDReiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy
Christina has been practicing as a holistic therapist for 20 years. Starting out as an Aromatherapist and an intuitive masseuse, she went on to develop her skills with further training in Reiki, Indian Head Massage, Meditation and Reflexology. Her experience has included working at Yoga retreats, Hotel Spas and clinics in the UK, France and Spain.
Her various skills enable her to offer deeply relaxing treatments which help to detox the mind and body and supports our resolve to get ourselves back to optimum health and happiness.