About BodyFit Therapies

Jen has always had an interest in sports injuries and completed a degree in Sports and Exercise Science at Cardiff Met (UWIC) specialising in biomechanics and sports injuries. She then went on to complete a Level 3 Sports Massage Therapy qualification followed by a Level 4 Diploma including modules in injury rehabilitation, trigger point therapy, postural assessments and exercise prescription. Jen is also trained in Dry Needling, Taping and Strapping, and Kinesiology taping. She is currently studying for her MSc in Physiotherapy.

Jen is a keen sports player and has worked with injuries ranging from a variety of sports including Netball, Rowing, Cycling, Dance, American Football and Rugby to name a few.

Beverley graduated in Physiotherapy from Brunel University. Prior to this, she completed a degree in Sports Rehabilitation & Injury Prevention from Middlesex University. Following graduation, Beverley has specialised in the musculoskeletal field.

She has experience with a wide range of musculoskeletal pathologies and is particularly interested in the management of lower limb and spinal related injuries. Beverley is also trained in Dry Needling/Acupuncture, Pilates, Kinesio taping and is able to offer DSE Workstation assessments. Beverley has extensive knowledge of sports injuries and has worked with a variety of sports teams, such as American Football, Basketball and Football, for the last 11 years, specialising in sports specific rehabilitation. Her interest in sports injuries has led her to develop her skills in biomechanical and postural assessments and corrective rehabilitation.

Beverley Analuwa BSc (Hons) MCSP GSR MACPSM

Physiotherapist

Croydon

Jen Pilcher BSc (Hons) MFHT MSTO SMP 

Sports Therapist

Didcot

Qualifications and Accreditations

Jen and Beverley both keep up to date with evidence based practice adhering to their governing bodies’ continued professional development (CPD) requirements. This ensures they offer the most effective assessment and treatment techniques to prevent further injury and optimise recovery.