Neil Webster

MSc Physiotherapy and BSc Sport and
Exercise Science 

Neil has a wealth of experience in physiotherapy spanning over 10 years and is the owner and director of Mini Wonders. His journey starts at 16 whilst helping children with additional needs at his high school which led him onto working with children throughout his undergraduate in Sport and Exercise Science and eventually specialising in paediatrics since leaving University. 

Neil has enjoyed expanding clinics in Essex and Scotland and has specialities in electrical stimulation, SDR rehab and foot drop stimulators which he has specialised in since attending conferences in Luxembourg in 2014. Neil also lectures at Universities in the south of England training students in Paediatric Physiotherapy. 

Claire Downing

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Claire qualified as a physiotherapist from London South Bank University in 2014.
It has always been her ambition to work with children and she began a career in community paediatrics shortly after qualifying. During this time Claire worked in the Cambridge area with children, young people and their families and has gained a wealth of knowledge. She is experienced in assessing and treating children with a wide variety of conditions and complex needs, providing Physiotherapy in a way that is fun to enable them to reach their full potential.
Claire values spending time with her friends and family and loves weekend walks with her dog, Tilly. She has an interest in photography, salsa dancing and travel!
Claire enjoys a challenge and comes to work to make a difference.

George Chaplin 

Physiotherapy Assistant 

George studied sports coaching and personal training
at college, learning the skills he needs before heading off to Uni to gain his qualifications and become a physiotherapist!

His love for physiotherapy started from seeing the amazing changes it can achieve and how it can change the life of our patients and families. 

George offers assistant led sessions to support families looking at more affordable therapy sessions. George is well known and loved in the disability community and hopes to further his education attending the physiotherapy apprenticeship and becoming a mental health ambassador for young people.