Dr Sam Barke
Sam trained at Guy's, King’s & St Thomas’s Hospitals Medical School, London. Following junior doctor posts in the West Midlands he undertook his basic surgical training in London before focusing Trauma & Orthopaedics. Sam has qualifications in pre-hospital care and sports medicine and has extensive experience in planning and delivering medical care for sporting events.
In recent years he has developed a keen interest in the diagnosis and management of concussion and has presented both nationally and internationally on the topic. Outside of this, he has an interest in young adult hip problems and sports injuries and is published in both medical journals and text-books on the subjects.
The School are delighted to announce that Jonathan Bailey-Teyletche (BSO Hons) will be working at the School on a part-time basis.
Jonathan graduated from the British School of Osteopathy (BSO) with an Honours degree in 1996 and worked for 2 years within the NHS before going back to lecture for 12 years at under-graduate level in the UK and post graduate levels in Europe and North America.
Having established his first clinic in 1996, he has run successful clinics in Harley Street, Covent Garden and Hampton Court specializing in musculo-skeletal pain.
Jonathan is also Consultant Osteopath for Surbiton National League Hockey Club as well as working with Great Britain hockey players for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Jonathan currently sits on the Board for the British Osteopathic Association and is President of the European Federation of Osteopaths.
His primary role at the School will be to assess boys’ sporting injuries and work in collaboration with Sally Kibble (Sports Therapist) and Ross Munro (Strength and Conditioning Coach) to ensure boys are managed through injury back to full fitness.
Sally has been qualified as a Sports Therapist for fourteen years. She has a BEd (Hons) from London University in Movement Studies and completed a BSc (Hons) from Teesside University in Applied Sports Therapy in 2006. With a passion for all sports and a competitor herself, she specialises in rugby, tennis and running, having a particular interest in rehabilitation.
Pupils who wish to make an appointment should email Mr Alistair Osborne (Director of Sport), firstname.lastname@example.org.