Our team


Director - Physiotherapist

Lindsay Heys


MSc Rehabilitation Science

BSc Sports Science

Member of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy)

Member of HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)

AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered   Physiotherapists)


Lindsay gained a degree in Sport Science before she trained as a physiotherapist in 1998. After completing her Masters, she spent time in the NHS gaining valuable orthopedic experience and then moved to a private hospital setting specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Lindsay worked in a number of private clinics before setting up Banstead Physio & Therapies in 2004. She is pleased that it is now one of the leading clinics in the area and recommended by local GPs and Consultants that are looking for the best possible care for their patients.

Lindsay's main interest is within the manual therapy and sports injury field. She has competitive knowledge of gymnastics, netball, and golf and has had years of experience as the travelling physiotherapist with rugby teams.



Bethan Cannon


BSc Physiotherapy

BSc Zoology

Member of CSP (Chartered Society of    


Member of HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)


Since graduating from King’s College London in 2008, Bethan has worked in a variety of outpatients settings, including Crystal Palace Physio Group, the Royal Berkshire Hospital, Radley Boys School and Chipstead RFC. She has completed courses including a Diploma in Sports Massage Therapy, Acupuncture for the treatment of pain and during pregnancy, Assessment and management of female urinary dysfunction, myofascial release, joint mobilisation, taping and specific exercise programming.


Her attraction to physiotherapy began after injuring her ankle as a teenager, and grew during her times playing lacrosse at Edinburgh University and internationally, and whilst rowing for King’s College London. Following the birth of her 2 sons, she has developed an additional interest in the treatment of pregnancy-related lumbar spine and pelvic pain, and Women’s Health.

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Nicky Langford


BSc Hons Physiotherapy

Post Grad Cert Physiotherapy

Member of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy)

Member of HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)


Nicky qualified from Wolverhampton School of Physiotherapy in 1993. She spent 6 years in the Midlands working in the NHS before moving to Croydon where she was instrumental in setting up a home scheme service for patients having had total knee and hip replacement surgery.



Nicky then focused on musculoskeletal physiotherapy as a senior in the NHS and the private sector for several years, before joining the Ryan Centre in Coulsdon, where she gained valuable experience treating patients with multiple Sclerosis.



Nicky specialises in pain management and orthopaedic musculoskeletal physiotherapy.



Aliya Mowl


BSc Biomedical Sciences
MSc Physiotherapy
Member of CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapy)  Member of HCPC (Health and Care Professions Council)
ALIED Foundation acupuncture course
APPI Matwork level 1

Aliya gained a degree in Biomedical Sciences before graduating from Kings College London with an MSc in Physiotherapy in 2008. She currently works as a Senior Physiotherapist within an NHS outpatients department. Aliya has completed her foundation acupuncture course.

Aliya has a special interest in treating ladies in the ante-natal and post-natal periods.

Aliya’s sports interests include running, going to the gym, skiing and dance, in particular ballet. She has completed a number of running events including the London Marathon in 2008, the Run to the Beat Half Marathon in 2010 and the Southend Half Marathon in May 2011 raising in excess of £4000 for various charities. In 2012 she took on her biggest challenge, a sprint triathlon, to raise money for SANDs


Sports Therapist

Kamile Cirunaite


BSc Sports Therapy
Member of SSP (Society of Sports Therapy)    Advanced diploma in Personal training (Level 3)
Adapting Exercise for Physically active Older People (L3)
Fitness Instructing in a gym based environment (L2)

Kamile graduated from the University of Chichester with a BSc in Sports Therapy in 2019. She has worked with semi-professional sports people to enhance recovery, prevent injury and strengthen for optimal performance and pain free life.

She is also experienced in adapting strength and performance exercise in physically older  patients  which we know promotes health benefits and optimal  day to day function.

Kamile has an expert level of understanding and experience of how to look after the body to promote exercise and thus wellbeing albeit in the athletic or 50+ adult population.

Kamile is a keen athlete herself and has competed at rock climbing, gymnastics, football and dance.


Sports Massage Therapist

Valerie Andrews


ITEC Diploma: Sports Massage and Holistic Massage.


Val trained at Sutton College of Learning for adults and qualified as a massage therapist in 2003. She specialises in deep tissue and  sports  massage, great for injury prevention and pain relief. But she also provides a holistic massage for de- stressing and relaxation.

As well as her work as a therapist, she is also an international badminton umpire and has umpired 13 All England Finals, at six World Championships and two Commonwealth Games.

She regularly represents Surrey Veterans in inter-county matches and tournaments and helps keep the players from tightening up and risking injury.


Sports Massage Therapist

Eloise Robini


ITEC Sport massage Level 3
Level 3 personal trainer ACTIVE IQ

Level 2 fitness instructor ACTIVE IQ


Eloise is a Level 3 sports masseur as well as a Level 3 Personal Trainer. She has been involved in a mixture of sports throughout her life, including netball, rock climbing, tag rugby and athletics. Her main focus has been on training 5-6 days a week as a 400 metre sprinter, so she has a wide understanding of how the body works to perform.to its best ability.


She loves to use her experiences of these various sports to help her clients with rehabilitation, improvement of sporting performance, injury prevention and generally feeling a little more comfortable in everyday life activities.