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Welcome to Response Physiotherapy careers page and thanks for taking time to view our latest opportunities.  At Response we encourage our physiotherapists to think deeply about their clients issues, taking the time to investigate their problems thoroughly and derive the best solution for their specific needs.  In the short term we help remove the symptoms whilst putting steps in place to secure a long term fix.  We like to think of it as having a ‘physical (or physiological…??) engineering’ mindset.

Our Support Centre colleagues are a vital part of the business as well, being customer facing and supporting the physiotherapist in changing people’s lives. These colleagues are a vital element that drive many unseen aspects of our business that combine to form a platform, from which our clinicians practise high quality healthcare.

Remember to check back here regularly as we grow our business across the UK.

Current Opportunities

MSK Physiotherapist Full Time Employed ( Band 6 Equivalent – Flexible dependant on experience )

As part of the existing team you would be encouraged to provide excellent care for clients from injured to 100% improved. Ensuring thorough clinical planning and evaluation you would be able to communicate the problems faced and the path of recovery.

Our customer base is broad, including both David Lloyd members and non-members via private and insurance based referrals. With both sets of customers being able to utilise David Lloyd’s exceptional facilities, this helps us to remove symptoms in the short term whilst putting a tailored plan in place to secure a long term fix

We offer our team members a friendly sociable team, competitive salary, progression clinically and managerially, extensive training programme, new approaches to treatment, support for external training, pension, childcare vouchers, bike to work scheme and much more…

We currently are looking for full time employed team members to join :



Kings Hill

Please click here for the Job Description

For more information please contact Mthomas@Responsephysio.com or call 0330 024 1377

Part time or Self Employed opportunities available for hours during daytime or evenings and weekends in the following branches:



Gidea Park

Milton Keynes

Contact mthomas@responsephysio.com for more information

Career Stories

Anna Baker – Level 2 Clinician

I’m a physiotherapist whose been practicing for 8 years, I’ve Come from a back-ground of sport, chronic pain and the private musculoskeletal sector.

I have worked at Response physiotherapy for the last six months and really enjoyed my time here.

The staff are all inquisitive about learning and development with weekly / monthly training and an interest in developing your needs as a physiotherapist. I’ve had support honing my assessment and treatment skills, as well as injury specific training. I have learnt such a lot, just gotta make sure I remember it!!

I spend my week based at David Lloyds and in a clinic setting, which lends itself to an array of different types of patients with differing needs, so a great variety and I never feel board. The staff have a collaborative approach and a mutual respect between management, the support team and the physiotherapists’ themselves, so you really feel like a valuable member of the team.

Gemma Richards – Level 3 Clinician

Before I began my career with response Physiotherapy I worked for 5 years in the NHS and private hospital sector in musculoskeletal outpatients, inpatient orthopaedics and general surgery. In addition to this I did part time/ weekend work for a number of sports teams both at amateur and international level.

The restrictions placed upon Physiotherapist’s in the NHS made me decide to make the move and venture into private practice. An opportunity came about with Response Physiotherapy and after speaking to the owner, Matt Taylor, I felt this was a company that would enhance my knowledge at every level and it didn’t disappoint. It has provided me with a new, innovative way of looking at the human body and how it moves. My clinical knowledge and ability to improve people’s pain, injury and reduced function has developed significantly.

It has also allowed me to deal with a variety of injuries from trauma, sports, occupational and biomechanical issues. Before working at Response physiotherapy I tended to look at injuries in isolation, not taking into account how the body connects and inter-links. I now appreciate the number of ways injuries can come about, for example, overuse, biomechanical faults, fatigue and weakness.

Working with Matt, and the in service training provided, I now see the human body much more as a 3 dimensional structure. Gaining a firm understanding of the stresses and strains placed upon it through daily use, sport and trauma and the ‘knock on’ affects this has on the body system. Because of this the success of my treatment has increased and I feel much more equipped at providing a treatment plan that suits the patients’ needs and get them back to what they want to do.

In the future there are plenty of opportunities for me to develop professionally and personally with the company. Since I started 5 years ago my role has evolved and I now work as a mentor with other members of staff to improve their clinical skills, I’m involved in monthly in service training, providing CPD for both myself and other members of staff, and have delivered presentations and education on injury and prevention for college students, amateur and semi-professional athletes alike.

Paola Marturano

My name is Paola and I’m 26 years old. I achieved a Bachelor’s Degree in Physiotherapy in 2014 at the University of Rome, Italy. I completed my Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Pisa in 2016, working in volleyball and softball as well as a centre of excellence in sports rehabilitation. Since completing my Masters, I have continued to expand my learning and have attended some high profile international courses. 

During the first three years of my professional career in Italy, I worked in care home settings, rehabilitation and multi-specialized centres and in a gym. I love my job and I truly believe in its power to change and improve people’s lifestyle. I decided to move to the U.K. in order to give my job its true power and to grow up professionally, so I quit my job in Italy. I left my family and friends and, before moving to London, I took part in voluntary work experience in a medical centre in Kenya. While I was there, I had my first job interview on Skype with Response Physiotherapy and after two days in London I had the face to face interview with my team manager. They offered me a job the same day and I signed off the contract few days later. I couldn’t feel more happy, lucky and nicely shocked about what had just happened.

Working in the U.K.it’s a daily challenge with myself: different culture, different language, more power as a physio and therefore more responsibilities. I’m challenging myself everyday and this is helping me to grow up as a person as a professional, with the aid of a company which is like a sport team that is guiding and supporting me through this growth and integration path.

Working with Response Physiotherapy means also having a continued professional education through monthly training sessions with my colleagues, team manager and company clinical director, and this is one of the nice surprises I discovered when I started working with the company. What I expect for my future is to become one of the best physios in the U.K., with Response Physiotherapy by my side!