Meet the team

Our team of experienced professionals can get you back on the road to recovery.

Jaspal Saundh

Physiotherapist

Jaspal graduated from York St John University and joined Flex Health following a career in private elective surgery rehabilitation, and semi-professional football. He has experience treating a number of musculoskeletal and neurological injuries, ranging from common day-to-day aches and pains to complex injuries that keep athletes out of sport. Jaspal has a keen interest in injury prevention and rehabilitation to ensure longevity of his treatment.
“I enjoy creating tailored treatment plans that provide a personalised rehabilitation experience so that individuals reach their full potential whether it’s in their chosen sport or daily activities”

Dan Stuebler

MSK / Neurological Clinician

Dan is our resident Southerner. Originally hailing from London, Dan graduated the University of Hull with a BSC Honours in Sports Rehabilitation. Dan initially joined the team during his final year as part of his student placement; where he worked with a vast variety of patients with differing conditions, injury’s, and illnesses. Dan has a particular interest in working within the limbless population; aiming to improve quality of life and general wellbeing for all.
“Throughout my time at Flex health, I thoroughly enjoy every opportunity I acquire. The vast variance in clients and conditions, coupled with a positive and optimistic social environment ensures for the greatest possible care for each patient. There is never a dull moment, and always look forwards to expanding my knowledge through working with new and diverse clients.”

Lisa Jenkins

Paediatric Physiotherapist

I am a passionate and highly motivated Physiotherapist with a special interest in Paediatric, Polytrauma and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. I have years of experience in both hospital and private clinic and home settings and am enthusiastic, hard-working and determined to continue to develop my clinical skills in the management and rehabilitation of patients with complex and multiple pathologies. My focus over the last 5 years has been to become a specialist within paediatric physiotherapy care and management by been increasing my clinical skill set via external CPD and vocational workings with this patient group. I have a case load of over 40 paediatric patients, whose level of care varies from 3-4 hours of physiotherapy per week to 2 or 3 times per year.

Holly Walton – Wallace

Physiotherapist

Holly has been part of the Flex Health family since April 2019 following a successful year long placement in the final year of her Sport Rehabilitation (BSc) Degree from the University of Hull. Holly has completed the first UK apprenticeship Physiotherapy degree course at Sheffield Hallam University.

“I have loved every moment of being part of the Flex family, ever since I walked through the door in September 2018. The excitement of no day being the same and working with a variety of people in order to improve their quality of life Is something that keeps me passionate about what I do. I aim to provide a holistic approach to my treatment and care in order to achieve my clients goals”

Sam Carter

Clinician and Rehabilitation Manager

Sam has been with Flex Health since graduating from the University of Hull in Bsc Sport Rehabilitation in 2018. During his time at Flex Health Sam has worked with a range of clients and cases including musculoskeletal problems in the general population, amateur and professional athletes returning to a variety of sports. Sam also leads our Neurological group classes including Parkinson’s Warrior and Stroke exercise classes. Sam was promoted to consultant therapist in 2021 following a series of fantastic results with long term neurological and surgical patients

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time so far at Flex Health, every day is slightly different with the range of people you meet and have the opportunity to help improve. It’s a sociable and upbeat environment that aims to welcome everybody, whether you’re struggling with an ache at work or are trying to get around the home a little easier, everyone can be catered for”.

Alex Hastie

Neurological Clinician

After graduating in July 2015 with a First Class Honours degree, Alex spent a year running an injury clinic alongside a colleague before joining Flex Health in January 2017. Alex has also held a role within Hull City Academy for 4 years, delivering pitch-side support, providing treatment and monitoring rehabilitation plans to bring injured players back to match fitness. Alex is currently on his way towards his second degree in Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University (graduating in 2023)

“I have gained valuable experience in my role at Flex the opportunity to help rehabilitate a wide range of clients. I love being able to provide elite care for my clients with neurological conditions, we have witnessed together the positive impact physiotherapy has on their lives to improve their daily routines and lead healthier lives”

Imogen Fryer

Neurological Clinician

Since joining the team at Flex, I have been working as a Neurological clinician. During this time, I have been providing exercise rehabilitation to maximise independence and mobility for our Flex Neuro patients. I always ensure that each session is adapted to the individual as I understand that person-centred treatment is key to an effective rehabilitation programme. Neurological rehab can be very demanding for the patient, and I always try to go above and beyond to ensure that my clients are receiving the best treatment possible.

Thomas Micklethwaite

Clinician and Rehabilitation Manager

Tom started with Flex Health in April 2018. After graduating from York St John University in 2016,
Tom gained work experience with the City of Hull academy and worked with Scarborough Athletic Football Club before joining the team at Flex Health. Tom has helped the business grow and became the lead therapist at our Flex Health in 2020. “To be part of the team at Flex Health is amazing. My role is extremely rewarding. From rehabilitating clients so they achieve their goals following joint replacements and other surgical procedures, to allowing athletes to return to their chosen sports as well as managing occupational based aches and pains to ensure our clients can complete their daily tasks.”

Alex Chester

Founder & Director

Following seven years full time experience in professional sports medicine I have developed an extensive knowledge of rehabilitation and manual therapy techniques and how to apply these optimally. Working with athletes on a daily basis has allowed me to understand the importance of regular access to Physiotherapy to ensure an optimum recovery and a return to healthy and active lifestyle.

Matthew Booth

Founder & Director

After experiencing different clinical environments such as professional sports, acute NHS work and working with complex needs clients. I saw there was potential to use my expertise in a neurological and complex needs setting by developing the traditional rehabilitation model. My approach is to utilise goal orientated, transparent rehabilitation which is innovative and unique, using biomechanics to enhance the client’s recovery process along with a combination of clinically led, research-based, hands-on physiotherapy techniques.