Meet the Team

Paul Seyfried Physio
Paul qualified in 2001 with a BSc (Hons) 2.1 in Physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University. Prior to this he also completed a BSc (Hons) in Biology and Sports Science in London. With over fifteen years of hands on experience, Paul is an expert of all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with a bias towards spinal pain and sports injuries. As well as Body Logic, Paul also works as an Extended Scope Practitioner in the award winning Surrey Heath Orthopaedic Treatment and Triage Service. This is an NHS clinic where he works with a Specialist GP and an Orthopaedic Surgeon. Paul believes in using a combination of manual therapy techniques and specific exercise which will eventually enable patients to make a full recovery and avoid reoccurrence. Understanding the causes of pain and disability are key to effective management. The younger Paul was once a keen rugby player, and he now enjoys running, swimming, surfing, gym work, 5 a side football, cycling and has recently taken up triathlon.
Liam Tanner
Liam Tanner completed his physiotherapy training at the University of East London and has worked in a variety of private practices and hospital settings since his graduation in 2000. Over his decade of experience, Liam has treated a wide range of people from the elite athletes to post operative patients, allowing him to develop his assessment and treatment skills. Prior to undertaking his physiotherapy course, Liam also gained a degree in Sports Science and undertook an MSc in Exercise and Health Behaviour at City University, London. Liam enjoys all aspects of musculoskeletal physiotherapy with particular interests in back and knee pain and soft tissue injuries. He believes that 'in order to make an individual better you must treat the whole person and not just the problem'.
Fiona Buchanan Physio
Fiona is a chartered physiotherapist with over 20 years' experience. Fiona qualified with a Physiotherapy degree from the University of Brighton in 1996. Having worked for the NHS and the Army, she has extensive experience as a Physiotherapist in treating musculo-skeletal problems and has a particular interest in sports injuries and back problems. Fiona is also trained with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) and often used Pilates exercises in her clients’ home exercise programmes with a view to restoring correct core muscle function and preventing problems recurring. Therefore the decision to take a special interest in teaching Clinical Pilates was entirely natural. Fiona joined Body Logic in 2015 as a certified Pilates Instructor. She also provides Women’s Health Physiotherapy and has undertaken specialist training in the management of female urinary incontinence with the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP). In her spare time Fiona enjoys running, swimming and cycling and has experienced the benefits of Pilates on her own sporting performance in triathlon and with recovery from various injuries.
Tom Stukins Physio
A graduate of the University of East London, Tom developed and broadened his core professional skills at a large NHS hospital in Hertfordshire, before specialising in the treatment and management of musculoskeletal conditions at a major RAF training facility. After travelling the world for a year, Tom returned to the UK and the NHS where he worked alongside colleagues developing waiting list initiatives and developing the careers of junior members of staff whilst managing a full patient caseload. Tom then joined New Victoria Hospital where he now works as Deputy Manager. Here, Tom has been involved with service development and the rolling out of initiatives such as the patient journey, optimising the patient experience of physiotherapy. He also completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Rehabilitation, which reinforced his belief that when it comes to physical health, strength underpins everything. In his spare time Tom loves to listen to live music and stay active. He recently rode the Prudential Ride London 100, loves playing tennis and enjoys the camaraderie of the gruelling Tough Mudder.

Why you should choose physio treatment at Body Logic Physiotherapy

We offer appointment times to suit you with qualified & experienced physiotherapists. We are a local, independent clinic, established in 2003 and with a combined experience of almost fifty years.

Body Logic Physiotherapy is regulated and approved by the Health Professions Council. We are members of and accredited by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (ACPPP) and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

We can offer you:

• an understanding of why you are in pain
• hands on physio treatment by an expert
• the knowledge to treat yourself, including activities you should and shouldn't be doing at the moment
• help to get you back playing sport as soon as possible
• ways of reducing sports injuries going forward
• a treatment plan to get you back to work or recover from surgery as soon as possible
• an approach to avoid or delay surgery e.g. knee replacement
• treatment and exercises to maintain healthy and strong joints
• an opportunity to try accupuncture; an alternative to prescribed tablets
• access to physiotherapy when you need it
• affordable private care
• the treatment you really need, so you are not paying for any unnecessary treatment.

Your first physio appointment at Body Logic

Your first appointment will usually take 60 minutes depending on the complexity of the problem. We will ask you questions about how the problem started, where you feel your symptoms, what makes them better and what makes them worse. The better you know your problem the easier it is to help you.

Then we will carry out an appropriate physical examination involving a variety of tests and movements. Then we can put all the clues together and explain what we think is happening and why.

Understanding your problem

Often we use models of the joints and muscles involved so that you have a good understanding of the problem and how physiotherapy can help. Most of the time we can start treating you within the first session.

Our aim is to get you better as quickly as possible so you will spread the word! Word of mouth supplies most of our trade!

What to wear?

Ideally, a T shirt for upper limb problems and loose trousers or shorts for lower back and lower limb problems. We keep everyone as dressed as possible at all times! If we are honest, most people don't bother bringing shorts and we can work around what you are wearing... it's not a big deal.

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