Meet The Team

Meet the team at The Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic

The Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic

Founded in 1992 by Brendan Burke, the clinic provides a high standard of Specialist care and treatment. We are based in central Tunbridge wells, 2 minutes’ walk from the railway station with free parking.

The clinic has looked after players from London Irish Rugby Football Club, Crystal Palace Football Club and Charlton Athletic Football Club since 1994. Up to present day we are proud to look after the players of Tunbridge Wells Rugby Football Club. .

Brendan Burke


Brendan is the founder of The Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic. He graduated from Bath in 1982 and worked within the NHS teaching Hospitals until 1988. From 1988 - 1992 he worked in Tasmania within a private practice, rehabilitating elite sportsmen and women. He then returned to the UK in 1992 to set up The Wells Clinic.

Will Burke


Will qualified in 2011 and has been working at the clinic since then, specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He spent time doing post-graduate studies in Australia and Portugal working on advanced sports injuries rehabilitation. Will has a Master's Degree in Clinical Manipulative Physiotherapy from Curtin University, Australia.

Peter Williams


Qualified from University College of Salford in 1992 and went onto work in the NHS for 10 years. Specialised in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Sports injuries and worked in the physiotherapy team at Wigan rugby league prior to moving south. He joined The Wells clinic in November 2002.

Suresh Sudula

Consultant physiotherapist in MSK Ultrasound

Suresh is Consultant Physiotherapist in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound & Medicine at Medway Maritime Hospital in Gillingham and has been a Fellow at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Radiology Department in Philadelphia, which is internationally acclaimed for its work in Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.

Pippa Hall


Pippa graduated from East Anglia University in 1997 and has worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at Kings College Hospital and a Private Sports Injury Clinic in London. Pippa also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary physiotherapy. She worked at The Wells Physio in 2003/4 and re-joined in 2009.



Bayron qualified as a Physiotherapist from May Hamilton University, Venezuela in 2012. He worked at the country’s National Rehabilitation Centre for 5 years; he also worked in an Orthopaedic Children's Hospital and a Musculoskeletal and Sport Rehabilitation Centre, both in Venezuela, before coming to England. Here, Bayron spent 2 years as a Physiotherapist in a private neurological and hydrotherapy setting. He joined The Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic in September 2019.

Rosemarie Newman


Rosemarie qualified as a Podiatrist in 1988, and has since worked in the NHS and privately. At present holds the post of Lead Biomechanics for a local NHS Trust. She has worked privately at the Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic since 2003.

Sarah Ferns


Sarah studied Human Physiology at Leeds University before studying Physiotherapy as a Masters degree at the University of East Anglia where she qualified in 2013. Since then she has worked for the NHS, rotating around various specialities. Sarah joined The Wells clinic in 2018 and is currently training as a Pilates Instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI). In her spare time Sarah is a keen runner with a local club, plays netball and enjoys exploring the UK’s countryside and mountains.

To book your appointment at The Wells Physiotherapy & Sports Clinic in Tunbridge Wells, call us now on: 01892 525 065

Covid 19 Update

We are following the guidelines from the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists which state that we should continue to offer an initial virtual assessment appointment via video or telephone call.  The Physiotherapist will then make a professional judgement if it is necessary for you to come into the clinic or remain with virtual appointments. If treatment in the clinic is advised, further details and instructions will be provided by email prior to your appointment.

To ensure the safety of our patients and our staff, we have provided the recommended Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).  Extra hygiene measures have been put in place, such as a handwashing area on arrival, antibacterial hand rub, antibacterial spray for all equipment and there is now a one- way system clearly signposted on the floor.  There will be limited patients allowed in the clinic at any one time. Please do not arrive too early for your appointment.

We are so looking forward to returning to some sort of normality and providing an excellent service once again, to all our patients.

With best wishes

The Team at The Wells Physiotherapy Clinic