Meet the Team
Julie Dass Sports Injury Clinic Bedford

Director of Stables Therapy Centre

Julie Dass

Julie Dass , the director set up her first clinic in 1996. Her ethos was to provide affordable sports Injury care and treatment.
Julie has managed private clinics in Luton , Watford and Bedford. Specialising  in football injuries in clinic and on field experience with Luton Town FC for over 10 years.

Julie has set up and run elite performance centres to monitor the development of young sports people and their safety and protection for long term participation. These centres have been in professional football clubs and schools across the UK.

A hands on therapist with over 28 years of experience, her ethos on “helping”, investigating the core of the issue and treating each client with a calm manner, listening and truly caring about every client. Every client and their pain is important and being able to provide an affordable and caring solution for long term is the key to the success of the clinic spanning over 27 years.

Elaine Romain Julie Dass Sports injury Clinic Bedford

Sport Therapist

Elaine Romain

Sports Therapist



Julie Dass Sports injury Clinic

Sport Therapist specialising in football injuries

Tasmin Gentle

Sports Therapist


Tasmin joined the clinic in August 2022 and is a Sports Therapist who graduated from the University of Bedfordshire with a First Class Bachelors Degree. She holds qualifications in sports massage, level 2 gym instruction, advanced soft tissue techniques, sports injury rehabilitation and a variety of electrotherapy modalities. These skills led her into working within a clinical setting, as well as working at Bedford Boys School to help injured students return to sport through rehabilitation programmes in a gym.

Tasmin’s main influence for wanting to study and pursue a career in Sports Therapy was her passion for sport since the age of 5, mainly football and later in life having an interest in the medical field. These two passions combined meant Sports Therapy was the perfect fit for her interests. She still plays football to a high standard and captains Biggleswade United Ladies FC, as well as currently training for the London Marathon.

She has had the opportunity to work in both clinical settings and pitchside with Luton Town FC Academy and other teams. This has allowed her to gain a wide range of experience in treating different injuries both acute and chronic, including sciatica, ankle sprains, Osgood Schlatter and sever’s disease, frozen shoulder and in particular lower back, shoulder and neck pain due to post pandemic working from home. Tasmin is not limited to purely treating sports injuries, due to her vast knowledge base gathered through further training post-grad and a variety of professional opportunities, she is happy to treat whatever and wherever your pain may be located.

Passion for helping people reach their full potential fuels Tasmin’s dedication to her craft. She is continually looking for learning opportunities and upskilling to broaden her expertise. Each appointment is tailored to the patient’s needs and her ability to produce comprehensive rehabilitation plans ensures every patient receives ongoing support as they return to daily activities, work, and sport while remaining pain free.

Tasmin is able to provide, healing, relaxing and invigorating massage variations depending on your needs. These are suitable for anyone looking to relieve stress, tension, body aches or work-related discomfort, as well as people looking to treat themselves to a bit of “me-time”.

Manual Therapy specialist

Maciej (Matt) Chrupek

Matt joined the clinic in November 2022 and is the newest addition to th Stables Therapy Centre team. His treatment focuses on utilising latest knowledge and therapeutic techniques from Maitland Concept, which is worldwide recognised and widely used manual therapy method alongside with usual sports massage services, and is constantly developing himself in that field. Matt strives to always deliver high levels of professionalism and respect during his appointments, and is able to help anyone, regardless of his condition- back pains, muscle strains, ligament sprains, joint injuries, non-specific pains or post- surgical rehablitations are part of his everyday life. 

Apart from his duties in Stables Therapy Centre, Matt also works with Spiral Freerun as a professional Parkour Coach in Bedford, and has been a Parkour athlete for almost 7 years, practising swimming, fencing, table tennis and skiing along the way. 

Matt currently possesses following qualifications: 

  • BSc (Hons) Sport Rehabilitation and Therapy 
  • CIMSPA Working With People With Long Conditions certificate 
  • Level 2 Gym Instructor