Physiotherapists working for Phyzio2Go are Chartered and State registered. We are committed to providing you with a service that is personal, professional and effective. You will receive a comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation package of care designed specifically to meet your individual needs and goals.

Kristina J.M. Everitt BSc (Hons) F.A.Dip., MCSP, BAHT, HPC

After initially completing a degree in Sports Science and Human Physiology, then the Football Associations’ diploma in the Treatment and Management of Sporting Injuries, she finalised her training with a degree in Physiotherapy, qualifying in 2001.

She has spent her years since working full time in the NHS in a number of different areas developing her skills to treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions.

Over the years she has worked with a number of prominent sporting associations (Football Association (F.A.) Womens International Squads, Isle of Man Football Association) and league teams (Leeds United FC, Hudderfield Town FC) gaining invaluable experience. She continues to treat top sporting professionals associated with Doug Cambell's referrals.

She is a full member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapist (CSP), the Health Professions Council (HPC) and has been a member of British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT).

Sarah Taplin MSc., Grad Dip Phys., MCSP, HPC, BAHT

Since graduating from the Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy in 1993 Sarah has spent the last 16 years specialising in the field of musculoskeletal injuries and specifically in the management and rehabilitation of upper limb injuries both in the NHS and in the private sector.  She has undertaken a number of post-graduate courses to maintain her clinical expertise and in 2005 Sarah completed her MSc in Hand Therapy.

She currently works as a Senior Physiotherapist in the specialist Hand and Upper Limb unit at Leeds General Infirmary working closely with consultants and other medical practitioners to ensure a high standard of care for the patients she treats.

She is a full member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), the Health Professions Council (HPC) and sat on the board of the education committee for British Association of Hand Therapists (BAHT).