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Physix Sports Medicine
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Physix Simon Jones Nick Allen
Physix Sports Medicine was started by Simon Jones in 1998 after leaving the British Armed Forces.

Physix fast established itself and joined forces with BMI Healthcare in 2000 and took control of all Physiotherapy services within The Manor Hospital in Bedford covering inpatient and outpatient which they continue to do today.

Simon continued to build the company name while working within the sporting world outside of clinic with Bedford Blues RFC, PGA professionals golfers and the prestigious Barbarians RFC.

Nick joined Physix in 2010 and has since brought into the company bringing in contracts such as Stowe school where Physix look after all students and staff alike as well as the 1st XV Rugby side.

The latest adventure for Physix saw them take control of Cambridge University Rugby Club and their annual lead up to the televised Varsity Rugby match against Oxford University.

Outside of the treatment rooms Physix Sports Medicine provide training courses and seminars and are happy to discuss specific physiotherapy cover for events if required upon request.
Physiotherapist Sports Physiotherapy

SIMON JONES
CHARTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST

M.Phil
BSc (Hons)
HCPC Reg
MCSP
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Physix Simon Jones Nick Allen
A graduate in Physiotherapy and Applied Human Physiology, it has been a long and eclectic career path for Simon.

Having served as a Commando Paramedic for 17 years seeing active duty in a number of theatres including the Falklands and Search and Rescue helicopter units, a civilian career within sport beckoned leading him to leave the Armed Forces in 1996.

Simon subsequently consolidated his portfolio in Sports Medicine at the BiMAL clinic West London, working with some of the top athletes/footballers and celebrities in the country at the time.

His ongoing interest in Post Graduate education over the years has led to a Post Graduate Diploma in Manipulative Therapy in 2010, continuing onto his M.Phil. in 2012, looking at the use of ultrasound imaging within Physiotherapy and the Strength and Conditioning disciplines.

Simon’s skills and passion for sport have spurned a career working with elite athletes and sports clubs over the years, which have included Premiership Rugby with Bedford Blues, Formula One Motor Racing, Golf on the PGA and European Tour , The world renowned Barbarians RFC , Stowe School and more recently Cambridge University Rugby Union in preparation for the 2014 Varsity Match.

Our ultimate clinic aim is to be able offer a comprehensive clinical 'one stop shop' for patients and sports people of all levels, with access to full strength and conditioning facilities and some of the best consultants in the country.

Outside of work and a somewhat hectic life he enjoys his precious family time, fitness and travelling.

He is also known to be partial to a good book/iPod/beer and a sunbed when time allows!'

Physiotherapist Simon Jones

NICK ALLEN
PHYSIOTHERAPIST

BSc (Hons)
HCPC Reg
MCSP
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Physix Simon Jones Nick Allen
Nick Allen graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2010 with a degree in Physiotherapy.

Since graduating Nick has worked in a variety of settings within the private sector and in elite sport.

He joined Physix in 2010 and has since brought into the company. Currently Physix have 3 main contracts including their private clinic in Bedford, based at BMI The Manor Hospital, Stowe School and finally Cambridge University Rugby Club.

Alongside Physix Nick has previously worked with Bedford Blues RFC and London Wasps RFC. He continues to further his skills and is currently undergoing a master degree and aims to finish this within the next year. On top of this he has completed a number of post graduate courses covering topics from manipulative therapy to strength and conditioning to acupuncture.

Outside of work Nick continues to play sport himself, playing cricket locally for Stony Stratford. He no longer plays Rugby due to an injury and working commitments within the sport. On top of this he loves to travel and appreciates a good meal or two.
Physiotherapist Nick Allen