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George Lopez qualified from Coventry University in 2006 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Physiotherapy. Prior to this George worked as a Physio assistant in the NHS and private sector.   He spent a couple of years living in Colombia when he was growing up, where he perfected his already fluent Spanish.

When he moved to London, he identified a growing demand for Physiotherapy care within the Latin/Hispanic community and once qualified worked within this Spanish speaking community.

 He later went on to work as part time Physiotherapist at Leyton Orient FC Centre of Excellence (CoE) gaining experience with the U9-U16 age groups.  In 2008 he also began working at St Christopher’s Hospice where he developed many different clinical and life skills. The following year George was promoted to head Youth team physiotherapist at Leyton Orient FC and began working alongside Brentwood Physiotherapy founder Dave Appanah.

He assisted Dave in the treatment of the First and Youth Team squads. Covering First team games in Dave’s absence.


After leaving Leyton Orient George spent time working for at Orient Physiotherapy Clinic and the Ministry of Defence. He has worked at Woolwich Barracks, home of the Royal Artillery and Wellington Barracks which included; Kings Troops, Household Cavalry, Queens Band, as well as many others. During these roles George was responsible for soldiers both on ceremonial duty at Buckingham Palace and rehabilitating soldiers both pre and post operational tour in Afghanistan.

Currently he works for a local Premiership Football Club assisting providing cover with the Development squad and Fisrt Team as required. George has also provided cover to cycling events at The Olypmic Park velodrome and for Harry Redknapps celebrity team Mens Untied in aid of prostrate cancer.

George brings a varied level of elite physiotherapy experience to Brentwood Physiotherapy. With his end stage rehabilitation experience and the excellent facilities at Central Park Leisure Centre George can take you all the way from an acute injury to return to the level of activity that you need. 

George has a particularly keen interest in sport and keeping fit.

He currently plays football for a local team and belongs to a ‘Cali Salsa’ dance and performance group (characterized by the quick footwork). He recently performed at the ‘UK Dance Congress’.  He also is an avid member of the gym currently undergoing his UKSCA (UK Strength and Conditioning Association) accreditation.  

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