Meet the F4P Team
Who are Fit4-Physio?
Richard Follett BSc (Hons), MCSP, HPC
Richard founded Fit4-Physio in 2011. He was supported the tripple medal winning British Triathlon team at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. A former professional footballer, turned cycling enthusiast, Richard gained international honours in football and futsal (5-a-side football). He currently races triathlon and mountain bike enduro events and generally enjoys anything on two wheels alongside running in the green hills around Sheffield. Using all his sports physiotherapy knowledge and experience he continues to work with everyone from Olympians and World Champions to weekend warriors helping them to the top of their game.
He has post graduate qualifications in spinal manual therapy, acupuncture, sports massage and taping amongst others and is a certified Retul bike fitter.
Charlotte Stone BSc (Hons), MCSP, HPC
Charlotte joined Fit4-Physio in 2013 and has joined Richard as a partner of the Practice. Charlotte started her career in the NHS before joining the Army as a Physiotherapy officer. Working in the Army for 8 years she helped rehabilitate injured servicemen and women to full fitness. She completed her Army career as a Major at the Defence Rehabilitation Centre in Surrey where she managed the Centre for Lower Limb Rehabilitation before settling in Sheffield several years ago.
Her skills are endless, with a Post graduate diploma in Acupuncture, an APPI Pilates instructor (including post natal qualifications) and 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training – Charlotte is happy to include these in her treatments.
With a special interest in women’s health, running related injuries and with a very active lifestyle, Charlotte is perfectly placed to be able to help and advise from her own experiences as well as her expert physiotherapy knowledge.
Lucy Follett BSc (Hons), MCSP HPC
Lucy joined the Fit4-Physio team in 2014 and continues to provide expert sports physiotherapy to our clients when her full time role with the English Institute of Sport allows. She has extensive knowledge of the elite sports system and has worked as physio to numerous national teams and continues to work on performance projects across all Olympic sports.
She has a special clinical interest in working with the ‘developing athlete’ and has a range post graduate qualifications including spinal manual therapy. Lucy is currently studying for a masters in Clinical Research at Sheffield University.
In her spare time, Lucy is most likely to be found somewhere around Sheffield on her mountain bike. Having previously raced GB age group Triathlon at numerous world championships, she now races nationally representing Fit4-Physio at mountain bike enduro races.