Saaj graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2016. After a spell at Canterbury Rugby Club, Saaj currently enjoys working for Kent County Cricket Club. During the cricket off-season months he works for the NHS as well as in private practice at St Lawrence Clinic.
In his spare time, Saaj enjoys swimming and badminton and is a keen football fan. He also likes traveling and exploring different cultures and communities around the world.
Dan joined the St Lawrence team in 2012 having graduated from the University of Brighton in 2009. Prior to joining the team, he worked within the NHS and enjoys the challenge of working with people from all walks of life.
In 2014 Dan became 1st Team Physio for Kent County Cricket Club, and prior to the 2019 season became Head of Science & Medicine for the team.
Dan’s ethos is one of empowerment and self-help and loves to challenge himself both professionally and personally.
Sophie has been practicing Sports Therapy, diagnosing & treating injuries in the fields of sport, exercise, & health, since 2009.
Sophie specialises in:
- Soft tissue techniques
- Medical acupuncture
- Exercise rehab to optimum levels of function
- Sports & growth-related injuries in children
- Functional Movement Screening for sport
She is also a Strength & Conditioning coach providing sports & lifestyle specific training sessions to prevent injury and enhance performance. She has years of experience working with athletes of all ages in both elite and amateur settings.
Brad has over 20 years of experience working in private practice and elite sport. He has worked with Lancashire and Kent County Cricket and was formerly the lead physiotherapist for both the Zimbabwe and Pakistan national cricket teams.
Brad completed his undergraduate training in Zimbabwe in 1998 and specialises in manual therapy, acupuncture and the rehabilitation of orthopaedic conditions. He has a special interest in spinal, shoulder and lower limb pathologies.
Ryan graduated from Brunel University in 2014 and has progressed to hold a Clinical Specialist role. He splits his time between private and the NHS, with links to local Orthopaedic Consultants.
Ryan has recently started a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton and uses an evidence-informed approach to support individuals back to full function from a range of acute and persistent conditions.
In his spare time Ryan enjoys playing tennis and keeping fit, as well as participating in the occasional open mic night in Canterbury.