At goPhysio we help people live healthy, active, positive lives, pain and injury free. Every member of our exceptional team has great passion for improving patient’s lives, guiding them along the road to recovery and making sure they stay pain free.
We became Physiotherapists, Sports Therapists and Massage Therapists as we are naturally caring, positive and active people. Our philosophy at goPhysio is simple, we put a lot of energy and effort into taking care of our team, so they can take the best care of you!
Lets face it, your body is precious and you can't trust just anyone to work on it. Training, experience and regulation is paramount and we take it all very seriously to ensure you are treated respectfully and professionally. All our Physiotherapists are registered with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and governed by a strict code of conduct.
Our team of clinicians ensures you have access to a huge range of experiences and specialities, whatever your problem, supported by a dedicated administration team.
Paul is both the Clinical Director and co-founder of goPhysio. He loves the challenge of solving your injury problems, and has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience since qualifying as a physiotherapist in 1997. Paul combines his clinical role with business and team development.
Roz joins the goPhysio team with over 20 years experience working as a Physiotherapist. Roz has worked in high level sports, including with the GB rowing team, British Gymnastics and English Institute of Sport swimming and diving teams as well as in the NHS and private practice. Roz is a level 2 APPI qualified Pilates Instructor.
Hugo is part of our physiotherapy and Pilates team. He graduated as a physiotherapist in Portugal in 2013 and worked in private practice for 3 years before deciding to come to the UK to work in the NHS initially.
Hugo joined the goPhysio team in 2017. He´s an experienced manual therapist specialised in musculoskeletal conditions, with qualifications in Acupuncture, Myofascial techniques and Pilates. Hugo has a special interest and expertise in managing running related injuries.
In his spare time Hugo likes to go to the gym, play guitar and travel around. He is also on a mission to find the finest Portuguese custard tart in the UK!
Tom graduated from the University of Chichester in 2014 with a BSc degree in Sports Therapy. He's a member of the Society of Sports Therapists.
Tom works as part of our sports and rehabilitation team, providing hands-on manual therapy techniques alongside exercise-based strength and conditioning to return patients back to full health.
After spending some time in Australia, he has worked in private practices and assisted sports teams with injury screening, prevention and rehabilitation.
Outside of the clinic he likes to spend his time kickboxing, rock climbing and exploring new places.
Cameron is one of our Sports Massage Therapists. His interest in biomechanics led him to become a Massage Therapist, after studying at the University of Southampton and Eastleigh College. He has recently completed his Level 4 diploma in Sports Massage Therapy at St.Mary’s University, Twickenham.
Upbeat and up for a challenge, he enjoys being kept on his toes, especially dealing with a variety of cliental and, ultimately, helping people recover. Cam’s main sporting interest lies with track and running.
Kim is part of our Physio and Pilates team. Her positive and encouraging nature helps get the best out of everyone. Kim is goPhysio's Clinical Lead, taking a key role in supporting and developing our team and services.
Kim graduated in 2010, from Coventry University - since then, she's completed APPI Pilates class instructor training to level 3 and qualified in using Acupuncture, both of which are really useful in her work here at goPhysio! Kim has specialist training and experience in managing musculo-skeletal issues during pregnancy and post-natally. She has done some additional training to teach Ante & Post Natal Pilates and also with the Pelvic Partnership, who do great job supporting women with SPD and PGP.
Outside of work, she loves spending time in the garden and baking! She's often found supporting her other half on the side of a rugby pitch!
Chris graduated from Coventry University in 2008. After having worked in a ski resort clinic and a hospital in British Columbia, Canada, he moved backed to the UK and worked in private hospitals in Reading Berkshire. During this time, he also spent 6 seasons working part time with Reading FC academy. He then went on to spend 2 seasons with British Parasnowsport, working with elite athletes with varying disabilities. He also volunteered at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games covering Rugby 7’s. Now Chris has a keen interest in all musculoskeletal issues especially in chronic pain and sports injuries. Chris is also a level 2 APPI Pilates Instructor.
Outside of work he enjoys running, gym, indoor climbing and more recently is trying to learn to play golf.
Francesca graduated from The University of Worcester with a BSc degree in Sports Therapy in 2013. Francesca spent her career to date working with sports teams, including the GB Bobsleigh team, and within private clinics.
She enjoys treating musculoskeletal conditions and helping her clients get back to their optimum level of function through utilising her skills in sports massage, soft tissue work, dry needling and exercise rehabilitation. She is a member of The Society of Sports Therapists. Francesca has completed her level 3 APPI Pilates training.
Outside of work Francesca enjoys keeping fit, baking cakes and is often found on the side line of rugby pitch supporting her partner.
Could you be our next team member? As goPhysio enjoys continued success, we are always on the lookout for amazing new people to join our team. If you're looking for an exciting new challenge is a dynamic and supportive environment, then please get in touch.
We've recently welcomed Jade to our Patient Services Team. She'll be ready and able to help make sure your appointments and enquiries are all managed well.
Beverley is part of our crucial front of house, patient services team. She'll help you book or change your appointment, and help make your journey with us at goPhysio as seamless as possible.
Fiona is goPhysio's Non-Clinical Director and also co-founder of the business. A qualified physiotherapist, Fiona is able to utilise her clinical training to bring a unique perspective to overseeing and developing everything that goes on behind the scenes at goPhysio.
Fiona combines her work at goPhysio with managing the busy lives of her 3 children.
Angie is a key member of our front of house, patient services team. Her friendly and caring manner will help make your journey at goPhysio as smooth as possible.
We invest in our clinic and facilities, providing you a top notch experience in wonderful surroundings.
We guarantee we will offer you an appointment within 24 hours of you getting in touch.
We’re easy to get to and find, with free parking and excellent public transport links.
Through our many years of experience, we’ve learnt to deliver the best possible care and service.
Our care is focused on listening to you, solving your injury problems and achieving your goals.
We quickly get to the bottom of your problem, finding and addressing the real cause, not just the symptoms.
You'll benefit from our hands-on approach, perfected through years of study, dedication and practice.
Our expert team will solve your injury puzzle, providing seamless care between our range of services.
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