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ACTIVE BODY Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic was established in 2008 in order to provide a specialist sports injury centre in Hertfordshire.

The clinic boasts its own exercise rehabilitation room for patients to use the wide range of specialist sports injury rehab equipment. At ACTIVE BODY we have a multidiciplinary team available to patients.. This ensures that every aspect of their injury is expertly dealt with.

The clinic has developed good links with expert consultants in a variety of fields. This means that if you are unfortunate enough to suffer a more serious injury requiring further investigation or surgery we can refer you on to the right person and work along side them to get you back in action.

All of our team are registered members of their appropriate governing body and all hold full professional insurance.


Sports Injury Therapy

Charlotte Voss - BSc (Hons), Dip ST, MSST

Charlotte VossCharlotte graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a 1st class honours degree in Sports Therapy. She is currently head of the medical team at Hertford RFC and when she has time , is a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. After working for a variety of sports teams and at private clinics she started Active Body in 2008 in order to provide people with a center that specialises and excels in the treatment of sports injuries.

I wanted to create a clinic that focuses on returning clients to the sport they love. I noticed there are so many cases where peoples specific requirements are not met because to often generic programs are given to all patients and treatment plans are not tailored to take into account the individual or the demands of the sport. This unfortunately often results in re-injury and more time off.

Charlotte is passionate about rugby, especially the Wales side and her specialist interests clinically include shoulder injuries and proprioceptive rehabilitation in knee injury.


Robert Sibley – BSc (Hons) MSc MSST sports therapist

Robert SibleyRobert graduated from the University of Kent in 2009 with an Honours Degree in Sports Therapy and stayed for an extra year to complete a Masters Degree in Advanced Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation. Since then, as well as working out of Active Body, Rob has also established a successful clinic in Loughton treating a wide variety of different conditions, specialising in sporting injuries.

Along with his clinical work he works part time at Brentford FC Academy working with the U9-U16 age groups, as well as working with Charlotte at Hertford RFC helping to treat the 1st and 2nd team squads.

Robert has a keen interest in most sports, but his main sport is Cricket and plays regularly for Old Owens CC in the summer. Clinically, he specialises in lower limb rehabilitation and biomechanics.


Sophie Storrow - BSc (Hons), MSST sports therapist

Sophie Storrow, sports therapistFollowing a placement year with Cardiff Blues Rugby Union team, I graduated with a first class honors degree from the University of Hertfordshire. Throughout my placement year, I also worked at Cardiff RFC and Health and Sports Physiotherapy Clinic. I have also gained experience working with international sports teams including the All Blacks Rugby Union, South Africa Rugby Union and Australian women's cricket through Official Sports Services as well as Welsh women's hockey.

Being involved with gymnastics from an early age and competing with the Welsh tumbling squad whilst also qualifying as a gymnastics coach, I have personal experience with elite level gymnastics and other sports including rowing, netball and athletics at recreational level.


Luke Ellis - BSc (Hons), MCSP physiotherapist

Luke Ellis, physiotherapistLuke graduated from Kings College University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Physiotherapy. Since then he has thorough experience in the NHS treating musculoskeletal conditions, neurological disorders and pulmonary/cardiac rehabilitation.

Luke is currently working within the musculoskeletal department within Chase Farm and is keen on perusing further interests within sports injuries and rehabilitation. Luke's background also consists of achieving a bachelor's degree in Sports and exercise Science from the University of Kent in 2012. He has also a qualified pitch side first aider and has completed a sports massage master class.

Luke currently plays rugby for Hertford Rugby club and is interested in musculoskeletal physiotherapy including biomechanics, strength and conditioning and sports related injuries.