RMA was established on the Isle of Wight in 2014. Since then, the clinic has grown from strength to strength and is now situated in a fantastic setting in central Newport. Jake has always had an aptitude for helping others and a real passion for health and fitness, so it was always a straightforward decision to practice in this profession. Jake frequently enjoys attending workshops and seminars to make sure his knowledge and practical skills are kept up to date, ensuring his patients are receiving the best quality of care required to recover and achieve results.
Jake has had the pleasure of working for Official Sports Services with both the All Blacks and the Wallabies during the Rugby World Cup 2015. More recently, Jake has worked with teams at the Women's Cricket World Cup, and also with both the England Rugby Union squad and the South African Cricket team. The highlight of Jake’s career to date without a doubt is the setup of the RMA clinic. Having the opportunity to help others overcome persistent pain, turn negativity into positivity, correct bad movement habits, and to help people rebuild from injuries to achieve their goals is a job that Jake will never get tired of.
Soft Tissue Therapist
James graduated from Southampton Solent University in 2016 having gained qualifications in BA (Hons) Sports Studies, Soft Tissue Therapy and Corrective Exercise. Since qualifying, James has been based on the Isle of Wight offering injury treatment, injury rehabilitation and sports massage to local sports teams and individual athletes. James is currently a member of the Sports Therapy Association (STA), and has recently experienced working for Official Sport Services by treating the England Rugby Union squad ahead of their three test series in South Africa, as well as treating the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL squad. James is always enthusiastic and dedicated to developing his knowledge and practical skillset, ensuring RMA clients receive the best possible care and advise to recover and achieve their goals.
Luke, born on the Isle of Wight, graduated from Plymouth university with a BSc in Sports therapy and Injury Rehabilitation. During his studies, Luke was keen to work with as many different athletes as possible to gain the vital skills he has today. His most valuable and enjoyable time being the work done for the GB swimming team to prepare for the Commonwealth games. A competitive swimmer himself since the age of 9, Luke has trained at a high level, and competed at national events with the Leander team in Plymouth, as well as representing the IOW during the Island Games in Bermuda, Jersey and Gotland. These experiences as a committed athlete have given Luke the all-important understanding of the impact and stress training has on the body. His objectives as a sports therapist is to go above and beyond to help individuals and athletes alike repair from injury and maintain a healthy body.