We have a large team with vast experience in all types of physiotherapy:

Adrian Mercer

MCSP Chartered Physiotherapist Managing Director

Wole Olaluwoye

Senior physiotherapist

Wole Olaluwoye is a registered member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) and a professional member of the American Physical Therapy Association APTA. He specializes in neuromusculoskeletal rehabilitation (nMSK), and Spine Physiotherapy. He gained his first degree in Physiotherapy from the College of Medicine, University of Lagos, Nigeria. He undertook his third degree in Doctor of Physiotherapy (tDPT) at the National University of Medical Sciences, USA after he was awarded a master’s degree in Athletic Therapy in a sister school in Spain. 

Wole has gained extensive experience working in both the public and private sectors with over fifteen years of cumulative working experience in a variety of clinical settings in Nigeria and outside of his homeland.

Wole is presently working at Joints and Points Healthcare as a Senior MSK Physiotherapist where he works as an autonomous practitioner in providing physiotherapy assessments, diagnosis, and treatments to a wide range of musculoskeletal patients.

Wole’s core values are professionalism, integrity, excellent service, empathy, love, and selfless service to humanity irrespective of race, creed, gender, age, religion, or social, or political affiliation.

Emily Morphy-Morris


Hello there, my name is Emily (nice to meet you). Through playing England Hockey, I was painfully introduced to physio through a torn quadricep muscle. In my rehabilitation my aspiration took a U-turn towards the clinical profession of helping others return to their passions and reaching their full potential. 

Qualifications: BSc Honours Physiotherapy 

Experience: 2+ years being a sports physiotherapist for a Rugby team travelling across the North-West. NHS placements including ICU, COVID wards, and paediatrics. 

Likes: Sport enthusiast ranging from pool to field hockey. Although, nothing can beat a cozy night in with a Steven Fry book and an enormous coffee. 

Kam Nkopo

Sports Physiotherapist