Kent Sports Clinic

The physiotherapists and massage therapists within the Kent Sports Clinic are highly qualified and will work with you to enhance your well-being and sporting performance.
Vicky Annis, Chartered Physiotherapist and Clinic Manager profile

Victoria Annis

Chartered Physiotherapist - Clinic Manager  


Phone: 01227 (82)4376 


Vicky has worked with a number of elite sports teams, including:

Great Britain Womens’ Volleyball Team, British Triathlon, England Netball, Yorkshire Jets Netball Superleague Team, Leeds City Swimming Club, BUCS teams for various sports and British Athletics.

Vicky qualified from the University of Bradford in 2006. Upon qualifying she worked at the Coach House Sports Physiotherapy Clinic, Leeds, for 7 years prior to moving to the University of Kent. Vicky has worked in the sports physiotherapy setting since graduating and has been exposed to many different sports and continues to work with England Netball as the U19s physiotherapist and contractually with British Triathlon and British Athletics. In 2009, Vicky had the pleasure of working full time with the Great Britain Womens’ Volleyball Team for 8 months. This included working at the World Student Games in Belgrade and European Championships.  

Vicky completed her first masters module in 2013; shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand.  This was to further develop her knowledge in shoulders, which is one of her clinical interests.

Katie Warwick

Sports Massage Therapist  

Phone: 01227 (82)4375


Katie graduated with a BSc (Hons) Sports Therapy from the University of Gloucestershire in 2016. During her time studying she has worked with Cheltenham Town Ladies FC where she provided pitch-side first aid and pre and post match massage. Katie has also had experience working with Herne Bay FC and Whitstable RFC. She also had an amazing opportunity working with the 2015 Tonga World Cup Rugby Team.

“Massage is not only for individuals who have an injury, it also aids in recovery, relieving pain, reducing stress and improving range of movement. My goal is to get individuals back to their full potential whether it be from after an injury or from just doing daily tasks that they find difficult, either way by improving their quality of life.”

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