Meet our Physios

Kate Mawer

An experienced physio and our Practice Principal, Kate runs both the Lilley Clinic and Pilates Plus, our dedicated Pilates studio. She trained at Oxford Brookes University and has degrees in both Human Biology and Physiotherapy.

Before joining the Lilley Clinic, Kate worked at Nottingham’s Queen’s Medical Centre and Oxford’s Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. She has extensive experience in musculoskeletal conditions, orthopaedics, post-surgical physio, rheumatology, hydrotherapy and Pilates, including leading antenatal and postnatal classes.

Emily Parry

Emily graduated from Cardiff University and then worked at Southmead Hospital in Bristol, working with top Consultants. This is where she developed an interest in musculo-skeletal outpatients, rheumatology and hydrotherapy. After moving to London for four years, she moved into a private practice, and undertook post-graduate training in pilates and acupuncture.

Having rowed to a high level herself, Emily has a good understanding of the demands of elite sports on the body, and treating appropriately. Emily has a wide knowledge of musculo-skeletal conditions, including post-surgical, rheumatology, and sporting injuries. Emily’s special interest lies in shoulders!

Claire Lawton

Claire is a highly experienced Physiotherapist having worked for both the Great Western Hospital, Swindon, and the specialist Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford before joining the Lilley Clinic in 2011. She is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University and before starting work in the NHS volunteered at a Spinal Injuries Hospital in Nepal.

She brings experience of diverse areas such as musculo-skeletal outpatients, orthopaedics, pilates and hydrotherapy as well as trauma, chronic pain, biomechanical assessment and myofascial release. She has a holistic approach to treatment and aims to find the underlying cause of symptoms to avoid future recurrence.

Ellie Rimmer

Eloise Rimmer graduated from Manchester University and over the last 20 years has worked in many large teaching hospitals covering all specialties. In the last 10 years she has focused on orthopaedic , musculoskeletal and sports injuries and dysfunction. For many years this was in the NHS and more recently has transferred across into more private practice. She has undertaken a large number of post graduate courses including Acupuncture , Dry Needling and pilates.

In the last 5 years she has developed a special interest in Women’s health along side her Musculoskeletal skills covering all areas in obstetrics and gynaecology from pregnancy to menopause. Whether you are suffering from pregnancy related pelvic or back pain or struggling with bladder or bowel disfunction that has lead to incontinence, pain or pelvic organ prolapse, physiotherapy can help you