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Our Team


Ben Steele-Turner


My philosophy when it comes to physio is that everybody is individual and requires a tailored experience. From our initial discussion, assessment and throughout treatment, exercise planning, advice and goal setting – I’ll do my all to ensure everything is optimal for you.


Having always been really interested in sports, immediately after A-levels I completed my Personal Training Diploma and trained clients within a gym. I continued my studies and qualified in 2017 with a first-class honours’ degree in Physiotherapy. Afterwards, I went straight into a master’s degree in Human Nutrition which I graduated from with distinction in 2018.

I am incredibly interested in treating all musculoskeletal issues, with my area of particular interest being knee issues including; osteoarthritis, patella dislocations, ACL rehabilitation and meniscal injuries.


Alongside clinical work I am also a tutor on the Sports Injury Management degree programme at Peter Symonds Higher Education College. I’ve been fortunate enough to be invited as a speaker at a number of conferences where I have lectured on knee injuries, osteoarthritis and the role of nutrition within physiotherapy.

Alan Law

Physiotherapist & Personal Trainer

I have been an active person all my life, and In 2002 I qualified as a Personal Trainer. I enjoy setting fitness goals with people and seeing them achieve these, from weight loss to beat their personal best times in races and events. I have always believed in the importance of health promotion and injury prevention and I wanted to build on my Personal Training skills to enable me to go one step further and so qualify to be a Physiotherapist.


Since qualifying as a Physiotherapist I set up The Physio, Fitness and Wellbeing Company which changed its name to Alan Law Physiotherapy some years ago. This combines all the aspects of health promotion that I feel passionately about. I am registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, the Health Professionals Council and have full Professional Indemnity insurance.


In my spare time, I am still enjoy running, playing cricket and cycling.  My love of sport developed when in 1986 when I started playing for Horsham Cricket Club. During my 27 years with the Club, I have captained both the first and second team and I am currently a Vice President.

Sarah Fiddaman

Personal Trainer

Hi my name is Sarah Fiddaman, and I’m the personal trainer here at Alan Law Physiotherapy.

As a REP certified level 3 personal trainer and studio cycle instructor I have been able to transfer my lifelong passion for sports and fitness into my job. I bring my enthusiasm and knowledge to each of my client’s sessions and truly get a buzz from helping people achieve their own personal fitness goals and challenges, whatever they may be.

Through my own personal journey as an athlete, I have gained a keen interest in helping people learn how to train with chronic injuries and even achieve new personal best. Listening to each client and treating them as the individuals they are.

As a working parent of two active children I know, life sometimes throws us curve balls and therefore flexibility with your fitness training is essential. I do my best to ensure effective, fun and achievable sessions that work with each client’s life.

Gary Roberts

Sports Therapist & Orthotics Specialist

Gary graduated from the Raworth Centre in 2006 with the Advanced Diploma in Clinical Sports Therapy and is a member of the Sports Therapy Organisation.


Gary has been working with Alan Law Physiotherapy since the summer of 2016. Previously he has worked on and off with a few local sports clubs providing pre and post event massage and offering some injury rehabilitation.


Gary has a keen interest in lower limb biomechanics and specialises in orthotic therapy as well as sports/remedial massage and sports injuries.


Outside of the clinic, Gary enjoys Football, Hockey and Motorsport.

Laura Starner


Laura graduated from the University of Nottingham with a BSc(Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2005. Since then, she has worked for both the NHS and private sector in a wide range of different settings and specialities, but for the moment is enjoying specialising in musculoskeletal (outpatients) Physio.


She loves to be outdoors in all weathers, especially if it involves running or cycling in the South Downs or Surrey Hills. She has a love-hate relationship with swimming, but is learning to love it (mostly!).


She enjoys racing over standard and middle distance triathlon and has loved being a part of Horsham Amphibians Triathlon Club, where she has met a whole bunch of very friendly and inspiring people. She has a special interest in bike fit and cycling biomechanics, and also enjoys teaching Pilates.


She is a big fan of movement and activity for both mental and physical health, and gets enthusiastic about enabling people to keep on doing the sport they love or to learn something new. When she’s not in clinic or running and riding over the hills, you will find her chasing her two small boys around the trails and skate parks of Sussex and Surrey.

Vicky Bassett 

Neurological Physiotherapist

Vicky trained at the University of Manchester, qualifying in 2003 and for the last 12 years has specialised in treating people with neurological conditions. She has extensive NHS experience and has worked in a variety of hospital and rehabilitation settings including the Royal London Hospital. She has provided therapy for falls prevention and balance disorders, with a specialist interest in vestibular dysfunction. More lately she has worked as a Clinical Specialist in a Community Neurological Rehabilitation Team, providing home-based rehabilitation to people following stroke, head injury, spinal injury and neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease and Motor Neurone Disease. Vicky currently works part time at a therapy centre that provides physiotherapy to support people with Multiple Sclerosis. She uses a combination of hands on therapy and exercise to treat difficulties with walking, balance, hand function and general movement. Her aim is to produce therapy programmes that address individual’s difficulties in a practical way and optimise independence. She uses therapy adjuncts such as Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) and orthotics, to compliment her exercise and management programmes (if required).
Her free time is kept busy with her family and looking after her assortment of animals, including her dog, cats and horse. A keen horse rider, she enjoys low level competitions indressage and jumping but mostly exploring the countryside in all weathers!

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