Qualified with a Masters in Physiotherapy in 2010 Liz has since been working with athletes, sports people and the general population of all ages across a wide range of disciplines, to help them become pain free and improve their sporting performance and activities of daily living.
In 2017 Liz Robson Set up R&J Healthcare after having worked as a physiotherapist and clinical manager for Total Rehab Solutions. She set this up with the view to using her sports background and exercise history to help people become painfree, realise their own potential and improve their performance and activities of daily living.
Since then Liz has worked with Youth athletes across a number of schools in the UK rehabbing injuries, offering pitch side services and working closely with their medical and strength and conditioning teams to ensure a safe, productive and efficient return to play.
Liz has been climbing, skiing and snowboarding for over 20 years and has suffered her fair share of injuries. Thus giving her a unique insight into the psychology and physiology of sports injuries.
Clinically her interests lie in concussion, MSK injuries, exercise prescription, strength and conditioning and youth development with a special interest in Rugby, Football, Skiing, Contact and Extreme sports.
She can regularly be found climbing, skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, lifting weights, paddle boarding, surfing (or generally messing about in water), watching rugby and having the occasional beer or cheeky G and T.
Her happy place is waist deep in powder in Lake Tahoe!
Liz has worked with the LAMBs RFC since 2006 and is now the Director of medical as well as a vice president of the club. Liz has been on over 12 international tours with the Lambs RFC and also works with their 7's teams . She has also been involved with the Norwegian Womens 7’s rugby team as their strength and conditioning coach and physiotherapist for 8 years, as well as being involved with ESSKIA as a Physiotherapist and team manager for the ISF and more recently as their CWO.
In 2019 Liz Coached the England Schools Climbing team at the inaugural ISF World Schools Climbing Championships in the beautiful Ardeche, helping them to bring home a 3rd place medal.
Liz is also the Physiotherapist for the Canada Cup, a ski race held in Jasper Alberta every December, where independent schools from the UK, Hong Kong, USA and Canada race against each other for the coveted trophy and title of Canada Cup Winners
Over the last couple of years Liz has also completed her Canadian Ski and Snowboard Level 1 instructor courses and is now a qualified Level 4 Strength and Condition Coach.