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John & Jackie Porter
Jayne Matthews
Daloni Lucas
Kate Badger
 

Oaksey House Managers

John & Jackie Porter
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ohn and Jackie have lived in Lambourn for over 30 years during which time they have had a deep involvement in racing and the local community. They were appointed as Managers in 2008 and live on site in Fred Winter House overseeing the day-to-day running of Oaksey House and its on going role.

Practice Manager

Jayne Matthews RGN (Hons) NDN Cert
Jayne joined Oaksey House in March 2012 in the new role of Practice Manager to develop and deliver the clinical services on site. She has an extensive NHS background including nursing, operational management, Care Quality Commission requirements and LEAN working and psychometric testing.

Physiotherapists

Daloni Lucas MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP
Daloni is an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist who joined the Injured Jockeys Fund in 2010 and holds four clinics per week at Oaksey House, Lambourn. Concurrently Daloni works for the Professional Jockeys Association’s Jockeys Injury Management Team covering race meetings across Wales and the South of England. Prior to this Daloni worked as a team physiotherapist for the Ospreys and Welsh Rugby Union covering domestic and international fixtures.

Daloni completed a Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Bath and researched the human physiological demands of horseracing for her thesis. She has attained further qualifications in Pilates and Yoga as therapy and is working towards accreditation as a strength and conditioning coach.  Daloni holds certificates in Spinal and Orthopaedic Manual Therapy and is fully accredited to practice Acupuncture.

Clinically Daloni is proficient in managing acute and chronic sports and musculoskeletal conditions and is particularly interested in the rehabilitation of complex and traumatic injuries taking clients from mechanism of injury through to return to sport with performance enhancement and injury prevention in mind. Daloni is currently working with many individuals from other sporting and equestrian disciplines including elite and recreational event and dressage riders, triathletes and cyclists.

Kate Badger MSc BSc (Hons) MCSP
Kate qualified from Coventry University in 1999.  After working in the NHS for 3 years, she specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injuries treating many elite runners, triathletes, eventers and dressage riders and providing physiotherapy cover to the local rugby team. Kate completed a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy from Cardiff University in May 2011 and was awarded silver accreditation from The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports and Exercise Medicine (ACPSEM) in January 2014. 

She is registered with The AACP and is qualified to practice acupuncture for pain relief.  Kate has a special interest in complex pain and the implications associated with it.  Kate has a wealth of experience in treating both acute and chronic injuries to facilitate recovery and restore quality of life.

Kate has worked at Oaksey House since it opened in April 2009 and has been instrumental in its development.  She is part of the Jockey Injury Management team and covers racecourses across the Midlands.  The remainder of the time, Kate is based in private practice and running around after two small children.

Emma Edwards MCSP HPC
Emma qualified in 1989 at the Queen Elizabeth Medical Centre in Birmingham. She worked within the NHS in several major trauma units in Birmingham before moving into private practice in Cheltenham where she has provided physiotherapy to the Great Britain and Welsh Water Polo squads, Academy rugby squad and and local athletics clubs.

She is a qualified clinical Pilates instructor, a member of the AACP and is qualified to practice acupuncture. She is also a fully registered advanced vestibular rehabilitation and concussion specialist. Emma is based at Oaksey House four days a week and is part of the Jockey Injury Management team on racecourses.

Sports Therapist & Fitness Coach

Rob Treviss BSc (Hons)
Rob qualified from the University of Bath in June 2010 BSc (Hons) in Sports Therapy and later in the same year gained a qualification in gym instruction. Rob has experience working with football and rugby teams and athletes across a wide range of disciplines. Rob provides sports massage and fitness instruction in close partnership with the other team members to support the treatment of a wide range of injuries and conditions.

Strength & Conditioning Coach

Michael Peacock MSc,BSc (Hons) ASCC
Michael has significant experience as a Strength and Conditioning Coach having worked within professional rugby and football as well as high performance tennis centres with a defining aim to optimise each athletes ability. Michael completed his Masters degree in Strength and Conditioning Sciences at St Mary‚Äôs University, Twickenham. In his four years as S&C coach at Oaksey House, in addition to working with jockeys, Michael has also worked with a variety of athletes across different sports, including international dressage and eventing and para athletes .


 
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