Meet The Team


Katherine Watkins

Katherine qualified from Manchester University in 1995 and worked as a rotational physiotherapist in the NHS at St. George’s teaching hospital in south west London until 2000 when she moved into private practice specialising in musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. She has run her own business at Back on Track Healthcare in Merton Park, London, SW19 since 2002 and has combined it over the years with employed physiotherapy roles in both the private and public sector. Katherine was the Royal Academy of Dance physiotherapist, a distance learning moderator, and wrote the health sections of the CBTS (Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies) modules. In 2003, she worked as a tournament physiotherapist in the medical team at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships; one of the 4 Grand Slams. She has worked there every year since apart from 2020 when the Championships weren’t held. From the RAD, Katherine joined Laban in 2004 which merged with Trinity College of Music to become Trinity Laban. She set up Laban Health, a complementary health service treating members of the public together with dance and music students. She was very involved with the Dance Science MSc programme and became an honorary lecturer at UCL as well as a visiting lecturer to Kingston University. Being closely involved with much of the dance science research at Trinity Laban, she has had papers published and has spoken at internationally at Dance Science & Medical conferences. Latterly, she held a clinical research role with the English National Ballet and Roehampton University combined study into the benefits of Dance on people with Parkinson’s. In 2013 Katherine worked as a physiotherapist at the Royal Ballet School on a short-term contract. Working for the ITF, LTA, WTA and ATP, Katherine has a great deal of experience working with all levels of tennis players from amateurs to professionals and from juniors to veterans. She has worked with players individually and at tournaments since 2003 and has a wide network within the sport. In 2013 Katherine was asked to run the therapy service at the All England Lawn Tennis club treating their staff and members year round.

NHS, Private Practice, Higher Education, Dance, Tennis.

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Robin Keogh

Robin graduated from St Georges Hospital Medical school in 2005 with a degree in physiotherapy. His first physiotherapy post was at Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust where he gained experience in Neurological, Orthopaedic, Respiratory and Paediatric physiotherapy before specialising in Musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

He has worked in this discipline for the NHS for 15 years as well as working for a private health provider. Over this time he has had the good fortune to work closely with fantastic spinal, upper limb and lower limb orthopaedic surgeons and rheumatologists, rehabilitating individuals before and after surgery as well as those for whom surgery was not required.
He currently working part time at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospital in an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner’s role and is responsible for ensuring individuals with complex musculoskeletal needs are managed appropriately. This involves ensuring an accurate diagnosis followed by an appropriate on ward referral to the most suitable discipline. He also provides training and supervision to the physiotherapy team.

Robin has a special interest in treating people who are suffering from persistent back pain who have not improved with other interventions.

Outside of work his two great loves are cycling and skiing.

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What Our Clients Say

Wimbledon Physio

"Thank You for the brilliant job you’ve done- I feel I’ve improved massively since starting with you. "

- Peter S

Thank you Katherine! I went to see Katherine after experiencing sharp pain in one of my knees. She was brilliant in guiding me through diagnostic (turned out I had Chondromalacia patellae) and helping me rebuild strength to be able to race again. It was a long and tricky recovery, but the efforts paid off and Katherine’s support was amazing.

- Laurent J

A truly gifted Physio! Katherine has been my go-to Physio for a number of years. She has an incredible insight to the workings of the human body and her intuitive way of working has me quickly back on track with an understanding of how I can help myself with whatever was going on that made me go see her in the first place! I love the way she approaches whatever ‘problem’ I present with in a whole system way. That’s rare. And that’s why I value her so much.

- Laurent J

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