About Us


Wes is a chartered physiotherapist who, since graduating from the University of Hertfordshire in 1998 has worked in both the public and private sectors. He has worked in the NHS as a neurological and orthopaedic physiotherapist before becoming a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Wes also spent ten years with Ipswich Football Club, working with both professional and academy players. This involved injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation in addition to covering matches and training sessions.

Wes is also the creator and inventor behind Epiphany Innovations Ltd, a new therapy, rehab and exercise product development company.

Rachel Stevens BSc (HONS) MCSP

Rachel has worked within Physiotherapy in the NHS since 2004.  She qualified from the University of Essex in 2009 and has since worked for East and North Herts NHS Trust, specialising as a Senior musculoskeletal Physiotherapist since 2013.   She has a wide knowledge of rheumatalogical, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions for persons of all ages, including specialist knowledge and treatment of hand conditions and injuries.  She has also qualified in Alied Foundation Acupuncture in 2013.

Sam Ryan VTCT Level 3 Diploma Sports Massage Therapy CYQ Level 3 Diploma Personal Training and instruction (QCF)

 Sam has been working as a Personal trainer since 2012 and has built a large and varied client base, helping individuals reach their health and fitness goals safely and effectively. Looking to develop and improve upon his anatomical knowledge and services offered to his client base, he has since completed his Sports massage course in early 2019 with Sports Therapy UK. 

Sam has provided sports massage treatments to a wide range of individuals with specific requirements. Including general aches and pains, pre/post contest preparation/recovery, deep tissue/myofascial release, trigger point therapy and various stretching techniques. Now working in parallel with Wes Marshall at Herts physio this offers an expanded potential treatment plan for clientele.