Andrew is a highly skilled registered Osteopath, having over 20 years’ experience with particular expertise in the treatment of athletes, musicians and dance professionals.
He has extensive experience in establishing, managing, coordinating and motivating a highly skilled multi-disciplinary medical team.
He trained with the European School of Osteopathy and his patients include International athletes, dancers at Birmingham Royal Ballet and musicians at Birmingham Conservatoire.
Dr Charlotte Cowie
Charlotte is Clinical Director for Perform at St George’s Park. Charlotte has an immense wealth of elite football medicine experience, a huge amount of enthusiasm and a passion for sports medicine.
Charlotte has most recently combined her role as Clinical Lead at the BUPA Musculo-skeletal Centre of Excellence in the Barbican, with that of National Governing Body Doctor for the GB Taekwondo squad. Over an impressive 20 year career in sports medicine Charlotte has also gained experience in numerous sports, tennis, athletics, synchronised swimming, boxing and cycling to name but a few, so brings a wide variety of skills and huge professional credibility to Perform at St.George’s Park. During 2012 Charlotte worked as part of Team GB at her third Olympic games.
Charlotte was previously Medical Officer to the English women's football squad, and head of medical services at Tottenham Hotspur FC and Fulham Football Club.
Dr Mark Gillett
Sports Medicine and Exercise Consultant
Dr Mark Gillett is currently Director of Performance at West Bromwich Albion and Head of Athletic Performance for British Basketball.
He is working with Perform to offer preventative programmes for active individuals looking to improve their physical performance. This will see him getting involved with sporting professionals and semi-professionals to help prevent injury and improve their overall sporting performance.
He was formerly a emergency medicine consultant at Good Hope Hospital, Dr Gillett also spent two years as the first team doctor at Chelsea Football Club.
Dr Kai Win
Sport and Exercise Medicine Physician
Kai is a highly motivated sport and exercise medicine physician who undertook her specialist training in sports and exercise medicine in the West Midlands area. She gained her diploma in sports and exercise medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh in 2011 and is a member of Royal College of Physicians and Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine. Kai worked as Field of Play Recovery Medical Team Leader at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games.
Over the years, she has gained a huge amount of experience in a variety of sports including working for Birmingham City FC, working at UEFA European Champion's League games, as well as hockey, ice hockey, netball and basketball. She also works for the Football Association, both men’s and women’s age group teams and is also team doctor for the England deaf women futsal squad.
Steve is the Elite Football Physiotherapist for Perform at St George’s Park. Steve leads the rehabilitation of all elite athletes at Perform including the residential rehabilitation of professional footballers attending on the PFA scheme. Steve is also a physiotherapist for the Football Association assisting with all of the 24 England team when they attend St Georges Park and is one of the physiotherapists with the Senior England team and will be part of the medical team travelling to the World Cup in Brazil this summer.
Prior to working with Perform and the Football Association Steve was Head of Medical Services for Wolverhampton Wanderers, he has over 14 years’ experience as a physiotherapist working in a sports environment. He was worked extensively with football teams both in the UK and worldwide, including stints at Leeds United, Preston North End and Busan Icons in South Korea. He has additionally worked as a private physiotherapist with athletes from numerous sporting professions.
Steve has two first class degrees in both physiotherapy and Sport Rehabilitation, a Masters in the Science of Sports Injury and a Diploma in Manipulation. He is a member of the Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and is a Gold accredited member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM).
Steve also has a weekly private clinic which is open to all which can be booked via the Perform reception team.
Perform Physiotherapy Lead
Paul graduated from Salford University with first class honours in BSc Physiotherapy; he also gained a distinction in MSc Sports Physiotherapy at Cardiff University and holds a BSc honours degree in Exercise Physiology from Staffordshire University. Additionally he holds post graduate qualifications in spinal manual therapy and acupuncture.
Prior to his education Paul competed for Great Britain for over 11 years in athletics (Pole-Vault). As a lottery funded athlete his achievements included five times British champion, World Student Games, nine European Championships and Commonwealth Games finalist.
Clinically, Paul has worked in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal and sports injuries for over six years and has over two years clinical management experience. He has worked in both private sports practice and private hospital settings. His clinical interests are sports injuries, athlete screening, injury prevention and strength and conditioning.
Donna is an experienced physiotherapist who has worked for the NHS in private practice, and for the RAF and British Army. She worked full time for Leeds United Football Club with both the Senior and Academy teams. Other posts involved working with the Wigan Warriors, Warrington Wolves, Swinton Lions, Orrell Rugby Union, The Northern Ballet Company and also the British Amateur Rugby League Young Lions Team. Donna also covered the National Player Development Camp and Regional Player Development Centres for the Rugby Football League. Before joining Perform, Donna has worked full time overseas as a personal physiotherapist for an international professional football player.
Donna has two masters degrees at distinction level in Sports Medicine and Sports Biomechanics, a post-graduate diploma at merit level in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and is a member of the MACP (musculoskeletal association of chartered physiotherapists).
Kerry Glendon graduated from Keele University in 2007 with a BSc Physiotherapy degree. She has since completed her Masters in Manual Therapy at the University of Nottingham and gained membership of the Musculoskeletal Association of Charted Physiotherapists (MACP). Kerry completed her Acupuncture foundation course in 2008 and has since used acupuncture in her practice.
Kerry has a wealth of experience having worked for a rugby team and in a NHS setting for the past six years gaining experience and expertise in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She has a clinical interest in shoulder and spinal conditions which she has focused on during her Master’s dissertation.
Beth is a Physiotherapist at Perform, St. George's Park. She works on rehabilitating players through the PFA scheme as well as a private client list. She graduated from Keele University with a First class honours degree in Physiotherapy, accompanying that she holds a Level Two APPI Pilates, pitchside first aid and a strapping & taping qualification. Beth has experience in both NHS & private musculoskeletal outpatients alongside respiratory and neuro rehabilitation.
Prior to joining Perform, Beth worked alongside the Head Physiotherapist at Stoke City Girls Centre of Excellence. She has also worked as a swimming instructor & SCUBA diving guide giving her ample experience for pool based rehabilitation. During April 2013, she also worked alongside Michael Johnson and his team of performance coaches during the launch of Michael Johnson Performance and Perform blended services in the UK.
During her spare time, Beth has been competing for Team GBR Equestrian for seven years giving her a fantastic insight into how elite sports are handled from an athlete rehabilitation perspective.
Jake is a Physiotherapist at Perform, St. George's Park and physiotherapist to the England U21 squad. He graduated from Keele University with first class honours BSc in Physiotherapy, and additionally holds a qualification as a Sports Massage Therapist and a UKSCA foundation level 1 in strength and conditioning. Jake is also SFMA certified and holds qualifications in dynamic taping and kinetic control looking into movement dysfunction.
Before training as a physiotherapist, Jake was a semi-professional footballer which gave him some great experience in understanding the rehabilitation needs in elite level sport. He currently works with the PFA rehabilitating professional athletes and on the Michael Johnson Performance services. Prior to joining Perform, Jake worked with Stoke City F.C with the U21 premier league squad/ Men’s academy and Girls Centre of Excellence. He also gained experience within the private sector in biomechanics/movement analysis and NHS musculoskeletal outpatients.