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Our Clinic is based at The Belfry Hotel & Resort in Sutton Coldfield

We’re proud to offer some of the UK’s most advanced gym equipment from the Amazing Life Discover Range. You’ll also find resistance weights, free weights, cardio machines and a spinning studio. And, to help you achieve those health and fitness goals, book a session with one of the experienced personal trainers. Please note that treatment rooms may differ subject to availability.


Meet Our Team

Alan Smith

Aston Villa FC Physiotherapist


Alan Smith is a fully qualified chartered physiotherapist with a BSC (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy and he also a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). Alan has over 25 years of experience working within professional football, spending over nine seasons with Leicester City Football Club before moving on to Aston Villa Football Club where he has been for the last 17 years. Despite the wealth of experience Alan has at the elite level in professional football, Alan is not limited to working solely in that field and he frequently treats clients of all ability levels from all different sporting backgrounds including athletics, cricket, golf and tennis.

Gerhard Mostert

Warwickshire CCC Physiotherapist


Gerhard is a fully qualified chartered physiotherapist who has a real interest in all musculoskeletal disorders. He has furthered his professional development by obtaining post graduate diplomas in injection therapy, advanced medical practice and orthopaedic medicine. He is a member of the British Medical Acupuncture Society. He has 16 years of experience working in professional sport, looking after the professional and academy cricketers at Warwickshire County Cricket Club in his role as the clubs Head of Physiotherapy. Aside from his work with Warwickshire CCC Gerhard has also provided professional services to The Royal Navy Rugby Football Union, England & Wales Cricket Board as well many private patients from differing walks of life.

Professional Quality Assured

Aqua Therapy

If you're sidelined with an injury, the quicker you can get healthy and return to exercise, the better. Rehabbing on an underwater treadmill could be your solution, and you don't even have to be an elite athlete to take a dip in it. Since underwater treadmills mimic on-land running and provide comparable cardiovascular benefits, runners can avoid losing too much fitness while rehabbing. Running through water forces your muscles to work harder than air does, so you can get in a solid workout without running as fast or as far as you normally would outside. The system can also help rehab injuries like ankle sprains, fractures, and ACL reconstruction. Although the treadmill will not cure an injury, it does provide a means to maintain fitness and rebuild muscle strength, which can speed recovery.