Gemma Tune (M.C.S.P) SOM, St. DipDirector / Lead Therapist
Gemma Tune began her training at the University of Bedfordshire studying Sports Therapy before completing her Physiotherapy degree at the University of Hertfordshire for which she received first class honours. In 2009 she completed a Diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine which is contributing towards her Masters in the same field. She worked for several years in private practice and as a Senior Outpatient Physiotherapist in the NHS. She has also lectured in Sports Therapy and cadaver anatomy at the University of Bedfordshire. Gemma began Finely Tuned Physiotherapy as a part time practice in 2007 before developing it into a full time practice in February 2010. Her previous roles as a fitness instructor and personal trainer coupled with her competing at national/international level in heptathlon/triathlon have naturally led her to become a sports injury specialist. Having also competed in gymnastics, trampolining, netball, hockey and swimming she has a rounded knowledge of the requirements, discipline and demands involved in competitive sport. She has worked with several sports teams including football, rugby, gymnastics, pro body building, cycling, triathlon, swimming and athletics clubs. She has worked with the men’s’ GB wheelchair basketball team, the Red Bull F1 racing team and UK athletics. Gemma has recently received tutorage from Glen Hunter (physiotherapist for the GB cycling team) and regularly attends physiotherapy based seminars at Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. Her passion is in injury screening and prevention for athletes to identify injuries before they become debilitating. Gemma continues to compete in triathlons and recently completed her first ironman distance race in the European championships in Frankfurt, Germany.