TOday’s pain doesn’t have to be tomorrow’s future

At State 11, we see you as our client and a person with hopes and dreams, and never just a collection of injuries.

We take the time to understand what you want and work with you to get you there in the shortest time possible, using a mix of physical therapy and other modalities where appropriate.

We understand that injured people are often promised miracle cures that never work, leaving them both poorer and more despairing, so we’ll always be honest and upfront with you so that you know what we are doing, how much it’s going to cost and how quickly we can fix you.

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Greg pritchard, CSSM (Dip), MISRM, ROCKTAPE RockDoc, b.a.(Hons)

Hailing from Watford via Boston USA and Holland, Greg brings some international flair to State 11. Before co-founding the State 11 studio, Greg spent a decade on the front line of the emergency services, and is well aware of the toil that long hours and heavy equipment can cause to the human body. Holding a BTEC Level 5 Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy from the Cambridge School of Sports Massage, Greg works with both traditional and instrument assisted techniques and was recently described as being “like a witch doctor” due to the speed with which he was able to fix a client’s injury. He is also a FMT Level 2 trained RockDoc, and has worked with international athletes on a regular basis. He is a member of London’s Institute of Sports & Remedial Massage, and when he is not fixing people with a whole host of different injuries, he can be found reading or catching up on the latest movies.

vic paterson, CSSM (DIP), MISRM, Rocktape RockDoc, b.a.(HONS), M.Sc(Hons)

Vic is originally from Manchester by way of London and Cambridge. She holds a BTEC Level 5 Dipolma in Soft Tissue Therapy and is a RockTape RockDoc in the use of both instrument assisted soft tissue massage (IASTM) and cupping as well as being a certified RAPID NeuroFascial Reset practitioner. She has also studied under psychologist, trauma specialist and internationally published author Christa Mackinnon.
She believes in treating both the physical injury and the emotional pain that is often linked to it, either as a cause or effect, and specialises in the treatment of chronic conditions. She is a member of the prestigious Institute of Sports & Remedial Massage, and when she is not healing people just like you, she can be found training for her yearly Berlin Marathon attempt or spending time walking her dogs and getting back to nature.