You are only as good as your last patient
— Sophie, Clinical director at Apps Physiotherapy

Sophie Apps Bsc (Hons), MCSP, MHCPC

Graduating from Kings College University in 2010, I completed my junior training within the NHS. This was elemental in kick-starting my enjoyment for working with musculoskeletal injuries and patients post-operatively, to see the challenges I could help overcome.  I gradually started seeing more sports injuries privately outside of my working hours, and personally became involved in racing more regularly as a runner and entered the competitive world of Triathlon as an amateur.

I couldn’t wait for my shift to finish at the hospital, so I could travel an hour back into central London to treat people; from here Apps Physiotherapy was born.

I left the NHS in 2012 to take on the private world of Physiotherapy. I've worked within a number of private gyms and clinics and it was this experience which lead me to developing Apps Physiotherapy proper, and running a clinic from home.

As an amateur triathlete and an all-terrain runner, my love of  treating sports injuries is innate. I am lucky enough to be involved with a fantastic range of individual sportsmen and women, teams and travel abroad with sports clubs - but I can treat all types of musculoskeletal disorders at Apps Physiotherapy.


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Apps Physiotherapy holds Full personal liability insurance, provided by The CSP (Chartered Society for Physiotherapy)
Sophie Apps BSC (Hons) is also registered on the HCPC list as a fully qualified Physiotherapist without any endorsements