Anna Clayton



Anna is a neuromusculoskeletal and women’s health Physiotherapist. Anna completed her training at Teesside University in 2006.  In 2008, Anna trained in Pilates, completing her Level 1 and 2 matwork with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPi). In 2012 Anna completed a PG Certificate in Manual therapy from Manchester Metropolitan University and went on to complete her master’s degree in Advanced Physiotherapy in 2016. In 2017, Anna developed her skills further with additional women’s health training, covering specialist topics such as pelvic floor rehabilitation, pelvic organ prolapse, pregnancy and post-natal physiotherapy. Further areas of training have included Pink Ribbon Pilates for breast cancer and Antenatal and Postnatal Pilates.


Anna has worked at a private musculoskeletal clinic since 2011 as a Team Leader.  Her work has involved assessing and treating patients, providing occupational health physiotherapy, setting up pop up clinics for a number of industry locations in the Suffolk/East Cambridge area and in London, alongside teaching many of the regular Pilates classes. Anna has previously worked in Occupational Rehabilitation for many years and has worked in the outpatient’s department for the NHS in the north east treating individuals post surgery and with complex musculoskeletal injuries.


Anna was the Physical activity lead for the ‘Move More West Suffolk’ service during 2014 to 2017,a partnership created with Macmillan and West Suffolk Hospital. This service enabled Anna to help many individuals combat functional and fitness limitations, fatigue and empowering patients to regain control in their life whilst benefiting from the positive effects of exercise.


Anna has undertaken further post graduate training and completed an international accreditation course with Pinc & Steel to become a certified Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist. This has enabled Anna to provide a comprehensive plan through all phases of treatment and recovery for all cancer patients.

Hayley Jarvill



Hayley is a specialist neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapist with experience of working in both the NHS and private sector since 2006. Hayley gained a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiology from the University of Leicester before completing her Physiotherapy degree with an MSc in Rehabilitation at the University of Brighton. In 2015, she completed her second masters, in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy, at the University of Hertfordshire and gained an MACP accreditation and specialism. This is a specialist register of the top 1000 physiotherapists in the UK with a recognised standard of clinical excellence in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy assessments, treatments and management and is recognised in the UK as a specialist manipulative therapy group by the International Federation of Orthopaedic Manipulative Physical Therapists (IFOMPT).  


Hayley is a qualified injection therapist from the University of Coventry and specialises in medical exercise therapy, acupuncture and clinical Pilates. She is a member of the Acupuncture Association for Chartered Physiotherapists and has completed mat work level 1 and 2 from the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI).


Hayley has worked in the NHS more recently in Cambridge as a highly skilled Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, also known as an Extended Scope Practitioner, which involves assessing and diagnosing complex musculoskeletal conditions, administering Steroid joint injections, screening for serious pathologies and working alongside Orthopaedic Consultants, Rheumatologists and Sports Medicine Doctors.


Hayley has previously provided occupational health services and Rehabilitation programmes for leading UK businesses for many years, and in 2008 she won a rehabilitation award for reducing sickness absence for staff with musculoskeletal conditions. She has provided physiotherapy for GP surgeries and has experience in providing treatments for complex and persistent pain conditions by delivering state-of-the-art biopsychosocial rehabilitation programmes nationally.


​Hayley has undertaken further post graduate training and completed an international accreditation course with Pinc & Steel to become a certified Cancer Rehabilitation Physiotherapist. Hayley is trained to provide comprehensive rehabilitation through all phases of treatment and recovery for all various types of cancers.