A contemporary injury, rehabilitation and performance practice that puts you first.

Back 2 Best Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic have been operating since 2013. The business has been built solely on recommendations, where over this time, we have been very fortunate to receive many referrals from existing customers.

Back 2 Best has a variety of skills and expert therapists that allow a more holistic approach to pain and performance.

The collaborative nature of the team ensures that these skills are utilised in your treatment, making your progress as smooth and efficient as possible.

Our team are highly qualified within their fields and continually strive to progress.

This drive for up-to-date knowledge ensures that your treatment plans are very well reasoned utilising the latest research which allows a greater, faster improvement in your condition.

Treatments for both keen sports people, those who are less active or for people who injure themselves at home or work.

We are also very competent in the management of pre/post natal rehabilitation and in the treatment of children/young adults with musculoskeletal dysfunction.

The world of medicine and science is forever changing. New knowledge, techniques and technology are always being produced.

Taking these factors into account continually changes the way we conduct our treatments as we use the most up to date evidence based practice.

Our Services


Sports Rehabilitator/Sports Therapist and Owner

He qualified back in 2002 with a Degree in Sports Therapy and in 2015 completed further study at Middlesex University in the area of Sports Rehabilitation.

As well of the above qualifications, he has a Level 5 Diploma in Sports Massage which is the highest possible qualification in this field in the UK, he is a fully qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer and level 4 Strength and Conditioning Coach.

Arron prides himself on providing an up to date, evidence based approach to help keep people active and rehabilitate them in the safest way possible.

He does this by regularly updating his knowledge with outstanding CPD.

He regularly travels up and down the country to attend courses delivered by clinical experts who are leaders in their relevant field.

Arron has a real keen interest in manual therapy, which has led him to gain a host of different clinical skills such as, Advanced Medical Acupuncture, FMT Rockpods, Kinesiology Taping, IASTM, Shockwave Therapy and Osteopathic mobilisation/manipulation. He combines this approach with a very strong and evidence based emphasis on exercise rehabilitation to further aid people that visit the clinic.

Since graduating, Arron has been fortunate enough to work in partnership with professional football clubs such as Cambridge United and Barnet Football Club. He has also worked with the under 21 and colts teams of Saracens RFU. Arron has provided therapy to many local semi – professional football clubs and is currently the Head of Medical at Royston Football Club in the Southern Premier League.

Previously he has also worked at both London and Brighton Marathon, UK Volleyball Championships, Mixed Martial Arts Events and both Outlaw and Ironman Triathlon events.

Arron has a real keen interest in the rehabilitation of runners and triathletes and has worked hard to build up strong relationships with local clubs. Through his experience of working in football, he is also very tuned in to the rehabilitation of people with contact related injuries form football through to MMA.

As well as working with sports people, he is also very keen in helping to reduce the pain/dysfunction in people who aren’t as active. He is comfortable working with a range of conditions and has had great success in managing the older adult with degenerative conditions such as osteoarthritis and has competently managed many pregnant ladies who are suffering with Pelvic Girdle Pain, as well as helping them recover with post natal rehab.

Outside of work, Arron likes to keep fit by attending the gym and running on a regular basis.

At weekends when he’s not with his family and not working in football, he can still be found diving between the sticks of a local football team or standing on the sidelines to help his son and friends enjoy football as much as he has/does.


Sports Therapist

For the last four years Abbie has worked for the Concord Rangers Football Club providing pitch side first aid and clinical injury analysis and rehabilitation. Abbie was promoted to head Sports Therapist of Concord Rangers Football Club in October 2018 and has successfully contributed to a reduction of injuries and improved return to play timeframes.

Previously she has also volunteered at the London marathon, Halsted half marathon as well as smaller local events providing post event sports massage.

Abbie has a keen interest in manual therapy and hopes to develop her skill set in this area in the upcoming years. In addition to attaining her recent qualification in Shockwave Therapy, Abbie has plans to extend her professional port-folio with pregnancy massage, manipulations, acupuncture and Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation. She is also enthusiastic to learn and keep up to date with the latest rehabilitation research to use on her clients to help them in their recovery. She does this through regular CPD both in house and externally and is always researching to find the best and most effective ways to better improve her patients outcomes.

Outside of work Abbie likes to relax and keep fit by attending the gym, and participating in Pilates.


Sports Therapist

My name is Elliott and I’m a senior physiotherapist working at Basildon hospital and here at B2B. I graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy as well as a level 3 diploma in soft tissue therapy. I have experience in specialist areas such as cardiothoracic’s and musculoskeletal injury. I have been lucky enough to experience an array of clinical settings such as working on intensive care units to outpatient clinics. My passion lies in sport - particularly football and cricket, so if I’m not at work or in clinic with you lovely lot, that’s where you will find me!

Over the years, my passion for sport has inevitably led to one or two injuries myself. Having experienced the lows of injury and the sometimes long road to recovery, I realised the power that us clinicians hold to inspire and guide you back to doing what you love. One area that particularly interests me is pain and this is something I have studied extensively to ensure our patients receive the best service possible. Couple that with my general interest in sports and human anatomy and here I am!

The world of physiotherapy has so many avenues to explore which is why I work in a hospital full time to keep my skill set as sharp as possible. During the day I’m on the wards treating patients with a variety of neurological, respiratory and Musculoskeletal disorders and in the evenings I get to explore the mixed box of tricks that injury rehab presents. It’s the variety that keeps you on your toes and makes this line of work so interesting. Being part of our patients journey is something that I take particular pride in and there is nothing more rewarding than helping our clients recover back to full fitness.

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