Meet the Staff

Peter Taylor

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Peter Taylor is a HCPC (state registered) Physiotherapist and HCPC registered Podiatrist/Chiropodist. Peter has a special interest in running and recorded a 1hr.10 half marathon win in the Burton Half Marathon.

Peter now heads up the Atlas Running Injury Clinic and provides prescription orthotics, video gait analysis and laser foot scanning as well as sports injury treatments and advice to marathon runners.

Peter is a qualified Sports Therapist and provides Sports Massage Previously he worked at the Birmingham City FC academy treating the likes of England International Andy Johnson.

Working with elderly patients and elite athletes, Peter is comfortable with any age group who need his assistance.


Suzie Flohr

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Suzie graduated from the University of Worcester with a first class honours degree in Sports Therapy. Throughout her training she worked among various sports teams, including a rugby league team, during her time in Australia. Her specialty is sports injuries, due to her past experiences in the field.

She has worked alongside clinic director John Williams, enriching her skill set with osteopathic techniques. Suzie has undergone extra training to increase her knowledge and expertise in the lower back and sacroiliac joint and now is well schooled in treating back pain and neck pain.

Suzie is based in our Tamworth clinic.


Satveer Kang

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Satveer graduated from The British School of Osteopathy in London with an integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy. Satveer treats in mainly a structural holistic way and has undertaken additional courses, such as Medical Acupuncture and Kinesiology taping to add to practice.

Satveer has gained a wide range of experience and interests, working with an array of patients from general maintenance and postural issues, to severely acute, sports injuries including national Strongwoman competitor and medical conditions (e.g. chronic fatigue syndrome).

Satveer believes that everyone can benefit from osteopathic treatment which drives his desire to make Osteopathy more recognised not just in general but all medical platforms. This results in him being passionate and genuinely committed in providing effective, innovative and efficient treatments for his patients. Satveer take great responsibility in continuing to learn and develop his skills in all areas to ensure this.


John Williams - Retired

Exploring Back Pain

Clinic Director John Williams is registered as a HCPC (state registered) Physiotherapist as well as a GOsC Osteopath and has many years experience treating and lecturing on the subject of Sports Injuries.

Recently recruited to treat staff on the “Take That tour” John has been treating or working with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Gary Barlow, Fern Cotton, Kimberly Wyatt, Peter Shilton, Westlife, Frankie Gavin, Robert Smith, Johnny Briggs, Des Walker, Dave Busst, Ian Taylor and numerous elite sports men and women, John has built up a fast recovery reputation for treating back pain, sacroiliitis and sports injuries.

John has been recruited to look after the dancing injuries at the “Clothes Show Live” in Birmingham and looks after Professional boxers Frankie Gavin and Tommy Langford.

Previously working as first team Physiotherapist to Tamworth Football Club and looking after golfers and the golf professionals at the Belfry Golf Club, John has an extensive and loyal client base and is well respected in the sport and fitness arena.

As a keen sportsman, John has competed full and half marathons, taught karate, played football and has a Padi Open Water Diving qualification. He is currently practicing playing the saxaphone.

John has reduced his treatment hours and will be spending more time managing the Atlas clinics and being responsible for training and development.


Cherry Richards - Retired

Cherry Richards

Cherry Richards is one of our musculo-skeletal practitioners, specialising in shoulder pain and frozen shoulder treatments.

Cherry is a Neil Asher Technique (NAT) frozen shoulder practitioner and has received training in treating the sacroiliac joint using the Atlas SIJ protocol.

Cherry is the specialist operator of Shockwave Treatment at Atlas treating chronic conditions of bursitis, achilles tendinopathy, tennis elbow and plantar fasciitis.

Cherry Richards is also an experienced female acupuncturist offering a variety of treatments at the Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth.

Cherry spent many years in Hong Kong and now works supporting couples who are trying to have a child. Acupuncture is being used as a supporting role for fertility treatments and Cherry is having great success with her couples in Tamworth.

Cherry is experienced at treating back pain and sacroiliac joints and can provide cupping treatment as part of her complimentary medicine treatments when required.

Peter Taylor

Peter Taylor is a HCPC (state registered) Physiotherapist and HCPC registered Podiatrist/Chiropodist. Peter has a special interest in running and recorded a 1hr.10 half marathon win in the Burton Half Marathon.

Peter now heads up the Atlas Running Injury Clinic and provides prescription orthotics, video gait analysis and laser foot scanning as well as sports injury treatments and advice to marathon runners.

Peter is a qualified Sports Therapist and provides Sports Massage Previously he worked at the Birmingham City FC academy treating the likes of England International Andy Johnson.

Working with elderly patients and elite athletes, Peter is comfortable with any age group who need his assistance.

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Suzie Flohr

Suzie graduated from the University of Worcester with a first class honours degree in Sports Therapy. Throughout her training she worked among various sports teams, including a rugby league team, during her time in Australia. Her specialty is sports injuries, due to her past experiences in the field.

She has worked alongside clinic director John Williams, enriching her skill set with osteopathic techniques. Suzie has undergone extra training to increase her knowledge and expertise in the lower back and sacroiliac joint and now is well schooled in treating back pain and neck pain.

Suzie is based in our Tamworth clinic.

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Satveer Kang

Satveer graduated from The British School of Osteopathy in London with an integrated Masters Degree in Osteopathy. Satveer treats in mainly a structural holistic way and has undertaken additional courses, such as Medical Acupuncture and Kinesiology taping to add to practice.

Satveer has gained a wide range of experience and interests, working with an array of patients from general maintenance and postural issues, to severely acute, sports injuries including national Strongwoman competitor and medical conditions (e.g. chronic fatigue syndrome).

Satveer believes that everyone can benefit from osteopathic treatment which drives his desire to make Osteopathy more recognised not just in general but all medical platforms. This results in him being passionate and genuinely committed in providing effective, innovative and efficient treatments for his patients. Satveer take great responsibility in continuing to learn and develop his skills in all areas to ensure this.

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John Williams - Retired

Clinic Director John Williams is registered as a HCPC (state registered) Physiotherapist as well as a GOsC Osteopath and has many years experience treating and lecturing on the subject of Sports Injuries.

John, as a cranial osteopath, has cranial osteopathy skills which he puts to use when treating young babies with a variety of symptoms.

Recently recruited to treat staff on the “Take That tour”John has been treating or working with the likes of Amy Winehouse, Gary Barlow, Fern Cotton, Kimberly Wyatt, Peter Shilton, Westlife, Frankie Gavin, Robert Smith, Johnny Briggs, Des Walker, Dave Busst, Ian Taylor and numerous elite sports men and women, John has built up a fast recovery reputation for treating back pain, sacroiliitis and sports injuries.

John has been recruited to look after the dancing injuries at the “Clothes Show Live” in Birmingham and looks after Professional boxers Frankie Gavin and Tommy Langford.

Previously working as first team Physiotherapist to Tamworth Football Club and looking after golfers and the golf professionals at the Belfry Golf Club, John has an extensive and loyal client base and is well respected in the sport and fitness arena.

As a keen sportsman, John has competed full and half marathons, taught karate, played football and has a Padi Open Water Diving qualification. He is currently practicing playing the saxaphone.

John has reduced his treatment hours and will be spending more time managing the Atlas clinics and being responsible for training and development.

John Williams

Cherry Richards - Retired

Cherry Richards is one of our musculo-skeletal practitioners, specialising in shoulder pain and frozen shoulder treatments.

Cherry is a Neil Asher Technique (NAT) frozen shoulder practitioner and has received training in treating the sacroiliac joint using the Atlas SIJ protocol.

Cherry is the specialist operator of Shockwave Treatment at Atlas treating chronic conditions of bursitis, achilles tendinopathy, tennis elbow and plantar fasciitis.

Cherry Richards is also an experienced female acupuncturist offering a variety of treatments at the Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth.

Cherry spent many years in Hong Kong and now works supporting couples who are trying to have a child. Acupuncture is being used as a supporting role for fertility treatments and Cherry is having great success with her couples in Tamworth.

Cherry is experienced at treating back pain and sacroiliac joints and can provide cupping treatment as part of her complimentary medicine treatments when required.

Cherry Richards

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