This procedure is on the cutting edge of body contouring technology. By using high-intensity focused electromagnetic energy channelled through large paddles, it stimulates supramaximal muscle contractions in your targeted muscle groups. These contractions are involuntary and are induced at a rate of approximately 20,000 contractions per 30 minutes–that’s like doing 20,000 crunches or squats in half an hour! learn more

Active Body logoAbout Us

ACTIVE BODY Sports Injury and Rehabilitation Clinic was established in 2008 in order to provide a specialist sports injury centre in Hertfordshire.

The clinic boasts its own exercise rehabilitation room for patients to use the wide range of specialist sports injury rehab equipment. At ACTIVE BODY we have a multidiciplinary team available to patients.. This ensures that every aspect of their injury is expertly dealt with.

The clinic has developed good links with expert consultants in a variety of fields. This means that if you are unfortunate enough to suffer a more serious injury requiring further investigation or surgery we can refer you on to the right person and work along side them to get you back in action.

All of our team are registered members of their appropriate governing body and all hold full professional insurance.


Sports Injury Therapy

Charlotte Voss - BSc (Hons), Dip ST, MSST

Charlotte VossCharlotte graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a 1st class honours degree in Sports Therapy. She is currently head of the medical team at Hertford RFC and when she has time , is a visiting lecturer at the University of Hertfordshire. After working for a variety of sports teams and at private clinics she started Active Body in 2008 in order to provide people with a center that specialises and excels in the treatment of sports injuries.

I wanted to create a clinic that focuses on returning clients to the sport they love. I noticed there are so many cases where peoples specific requirements are not met because to often generic programs are given to all patients and treatment plans are not tailored to take into account the individual or the demands of the sport. This unfortunately often results in re-injury and more time off.

Charlotte is passionate about rugby, especially the Wales side and her specialist interests clinically include shoulder injuries and proprioceptive rehabilitation in knee injury.


Robert Sibley – BSc (Hons) MSc MSST sports therapist

Robert SibleyRobert graduated from the University of Kent in 2009 with an Honours Degree in Sports Therapy and stayed for an extra year to complete a Masters Degree in Advanced Sports Therapy & Rehabilitation. Since then, as well as working out of Active Body, Rob has also established a successful clinic in Loughton treating a wide variety of different conditions, specialising in sporting injuries.

Along with his clinical work he works part time at Brentford FC Academy working with the U9-U16 age groups, as well as working with Charlotte at Hertford RFC helping to treat the 1st and 2nd team squads.

Robert has a keen interest in most sports, but his main sport is Cricket and plays regularly for Old Owens CC in the summer. Clinically, he specialises in lower limb rehabilitation and biomechanics.


Sharon Morris - sports massage therapist

Sharon MorrisSharon graduated as a Sports Massage Therapist through Sports Therapy UK and is a full member of the Sports Massage Association.

Sharon is passionate about sport, in particular athletics where she has represented Great Britain at the World and European Cross Country Championships and represented England in Cross country and road races. She competed in the elite race of the London Marathon in 2005 finishing 19th in a time of 2hours 40 minutes.

Sharon specialises in Sports Massage which she sees as a key component to aiding recovery from training and aiding recovery from injury.