Having graduated as a physiotherapist in New Zealand in 1988 and boosted his skills with an MSc in Biomechanics in 2007, Mark Langley has enjoyed a varied career helping people recover from all kinds of injuries. Outside of work, Mark enjoys both competitive and recreational sailing, skiing and also participates in Olympic and middle distance triathlons.

Mark specialises in:
• Spinal and peripheral joint pain
• Sports injuries
• Acupuncture
• Manual therapy

Mark’s qualifications: BPh.Ed, PG.Dip.(Biomech), MCSP, MAACP 1466, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council


Our founder, Josephine Lawson, started JL Physio Clinics in 1986 in the City of London’s Square Mile. Josephine enjoys tennis, sailing, ballet and skiing and is passionate about helping people to live pain-free, physically active lives.

Josephine specialises in:
• General musculoskeletal physiotherapy
• Back pain
• Neck pain
• On-site ergonomic workstation assessments

Josephine’s qualifications: Bsc., GradDip.Manip.Ther., MCSP, .Registered Member of Health Professions Council

After qualifying, runner and hockey player Lynn spent many years working in the NHS where she worked her way up to manage the Acute Physiotherapy service at The Royal Free Hospital in Hampstead. With vast industry experience, she also led a Manipulative Therapy master’s programme at Coventry University before moving into private practice.

Lynn specialises in:
• Temporo mandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ)
• Back pain
• Neck pain
• Headaches

Lynns’s qualifications: MSc, MCSP, MMACP, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council

After graduating from the University of South Australia in 2012, physiotherapist Alex Quin spent 3 years working for the NHS before joining the team at JL Physio Clinics. And we’re glad to have him. He has spent the past two winters managing a Ski Physio clinic in Japan plus also has extensive knowledge on the management of headaches and general sports injuries. Outside of work, Alex is a keen snowboarder and runner.

Alex specialises in:
• Headaches
• Sports related injuries
• Ski injuries

Alex’s qualifications: BSc Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC

After graduating from Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 2004, Samantha went on to gain a Masters in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at Kings College London in 2012. Her solid experience with acute and chronic sports injuries enabled her to treat the Manchester Rugby team and Arsenal charity football team. She’s also volunteered abroad at the University of Malawi where she lectured physiotherapy students and gained international experience.

Samantha specialises in:
• Manual therapy
• Acupuncture
• Soft tissue manipulation
• Biomechanical and muscle imbalance assessments

Samantha’s qualifications: MSc, MCSP, Registered Member of the Health Professions Council

Established physiotherapist Andrew Deeming brings a wealth of experience to our team. Having worked in the NHS and private sector for over twelve years, he continues to treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries. With a diploma in Acupuncture, he uses his unique skills alongside Chinese massage to help the body heal itself naturally. Outside of work, Andrew is a highly accomplished Tai Chi Chuan instructor and gold medalist.

Andrew specialises in:
• Rehabilitation at competitive level
• Acupuncture
• Chinese massage
• Trusting the body’s own healing mechanisms

Andrew’s qualifications: Chartered Physiotherapist, MCSP, SRP, BSc, PGdip Acu

Since graduating from Sydney University in 2012, Nick has been working in private musculoskeletal and orthopaedic clinics in Australia until moving to London in 2016.  Nick has a particular interest in working with sporting teams, including being the Physiotherapist with the International Football Group in Fiji, and working with AFL teams in Sydney.  He also has experience consulting on Occupational Health and completing on-site treatments at large corporate companies such as Coca-Cola.

Nick specialises in:
• Functional sports rehabilitation
• Running assessments
• Gym-based exercise programs
• Workplace ergonomics and rehabilitation
• Dry needling

Nick’s interests outside to physio include, football, AFL, cricket, going to the gym and live music.

Nicks qualifications: B Health Sci, M Physiotherapy, MCSP.​



Andrew qualified in 1989 and has been working in private practice in London since then. He has grown his practice from a small office at the back of a chemist to having five locations spread over the City, Canary Wharf and the West End.

Andrew specialises in:
• Corns
• Hard skin
• Fungal nails
• Ingrown toenails
• Verrucas

Andrew’s qualifications: D.pod.M MChS


Since completing her training at the University of East London, Mimi has been practicing as a podiatrist in London, Kent and Surrey. Mimi also provides foot care to patients and their carers at St Raphael’s Hospice in Surrey.

Mimi specialises in:
• General chiropody
• Diabetic foot complications
• Ingrown toenails
• Sports injuries
• Biomechanic assessments

Mimi’s qualifications: BSc (Hons) MChS

Sophie is an HCPC registered Podiatrist having graduated from Southampton University with Distinction in her Masters Degree. She had experience in NHS in High Risk clinics before moving to London and working in the Private sector. She specialises  in Verruca treatments (including Dry Needling), Ingrowing toe nail procedures, Biomechanics and Gait assessments. Sophie volunteers regularly as a Podiatrist for Homeless shelters in the UK and abroad. She recently won funding to treat patients in orphanages in Romania. She enjoys travel, swimming and surfing in which she competes.


Sophie’s qualifications: BSc (Hons) MChS