Head Physiotherapist Paul Smith joined Wednesday over the summer of 2009, following in the footsteps of father, Alan - legendary physio of both the Owls and England.
Paul brings a wealth of experience to the club having joined the back room staff at Barnsley in 1995 before joining Rotherham United four years later.
After a spell away from football in private work, Paul took up the role as academy physio at Championship club Derby County before joining the backroom staff at Notts County in July 2008.
Paul spent seven years as a footballer at youth level with SWFC before studying physiotherapy.
Kevin joined the Owls in July 2014 having spent three years as Elite Development Physiotherapist at Stoke City.
He also works for the FAI Under-21 team during international breaks.
Stephen joined SWFC on a permanent basis following a successful year as a physio intern.
A former Portsmouth FC youth team player, he now plies his trade on the other side of the white line after graduating from Sheffield Hallam University in 2014.
Ben is in his fifth season with Wednesday having come to the club immediately after becoming fully qualified in his specialist field.
Ben’s work has been instrumental in the year on year reduction of non-contact injuries at Hillsborough.
Dr Richard Higgins
Dr Richard Higgins works on a part-time basis with Sheffield Wednesday and also has roles with the English Institute of Sport and the England Under-21s - combining the three posts.
Richard joined SWFC in April 1998. When he came on board, he and then colleague Dr. Rav Naik were the only full time doctors in the Premiership. Richard has a post graduate qualification in sports medicine.
Dr Alastair Park
Dr Alastair Park works for the English Institute of Sport and covers for Dr Richard Higgins in his absence.
Samuel is the regular club osteopath at Sheffield Wednesday Football Club and is a clinic tutor to undergraduate osteopaths at the North Staffordshire Medical Institute.
He uses a combination of osteopathic approaches allowing him to treat patients of most ages and backgrounds.
Samuel takes an interest in posture and movement patterns and how they influence muscle and joint pain.