About Us


David Ede is a highly qualified and extremely experienced chartered physiotherapist. He Graduated from Oxford Brookes University in 2005, and went on to complete his Masters in Sport and Exercise Medicine at Queen Marys London and Barts University London in 2011. He has published research on tendon injury (here) and has worked with some of the world experts in this area. David has also developed an Injury screening matrix that he offers to individuals and clubs as a preseason assessment tool. He has a wealth of expertise in all types of musculoskeletal problems and is particularly focussed on the care, prevention and rehabilitation of sporting injuries.

David established Ede therapies in 2014, having worked for a large corporate for the previous 3 years and having been an extended scope practitioner in the NHS specialising in foot and ankle injuries prior to this.

In addition to his specialisation in sporting injuries, David treats all the usual range of general physiotherapy conditions, and specialises in spinal injuries and rehabilitation and believes you are entitled to the same level of expertise and rehabilitation whether you are an elite athlete, weekend warrior or non sporting and offers convenient daytime and evening appointments to suit the patient.

His preferred treament methods include soft-tissue mobilisation, joint mobilisation and manipulation. A strong emphasis is placed on re-education of joint proprioception and stabilising muscles to help prevent reoccurrence of injury.

He has close associations with all the main hospitals and many of the gymnasiums in the area, and has been referred to by numerous clinics and medical centres.

In his spare time, David is a keen athlete, runner and swimmer and fully understands the commitment and passions of modern sports participants.




Jody Ede is a highly qualified nurse and sports massage therapist. She has worked, for the last 15 years, in most hospital departments, and has gained extensive knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of illnesses and injuries.

She studied Clinical sport and remedial massage at the world renowned Oxford School of Sports Massage. She is a Level 5 sports massage therapist, so is able to offer help, advice and treatment in both the recovery from injury, and it's prevention using muscle therapy techniques.

For the past 10 years she has worked on the ITU ward of John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, where she is a senior sister. This gives her an incredibly cool head when under pressure, and she has become aware of the benefits and importance of Physiotherapy and massage in dealing with recovery of patients from illness or trauma.

Jody has worked extensively with local running and sports clubs, and has provided Sports massage at a number of local sporting events and the London Marathon.