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!
Jade is a valued member of our Patient Services Team. She’s ready and able to help make sure your appointments and enquiries are all managed well and to help make sure your visit is welcoming and seamless.
Jade is an inspiration to all, dedicating much of her spare time to charity work and also being a foster carer. She loves an adventure and will often be found on a paddle board, camping, at boot camp and enjoying all sorts of adventures.
Michelle is a Business Administrator at goPhysio, holding the reigns whilst Katie is on maternity leave.
Michelle has previously been working in event management and is working behind the scenes at goPhysio supporting the administration and reception teams and making sure everything runs smoothly.
Outside of work Michelle is a mum to two and enjoys going to gym classes and sunshine!
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.
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.
Katie previously graduated in Sports Massage Therapy and Sports Coaching from Southampton Solent University.
She has been working in 5 star hotels for the last 6 years in the area, within the spa and wellness suites.
Katie has joined the goPhysio team, working both behind the scenes supporting the all important business administration and development areas and front of house.
She no longer treats patients, but keeps up with fitness and exercise by going to the gym and loves a sunny holiday sitting poolside with a cocktail!
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.
Given that it's BackCare Awareness Week and we see so many people with back pain in the clinic every week, Roz wanted to share her 'go to' exercises for the mid back (or thoracic spine). These are...
Given that it's BackCare Awareness Week and we see so many people with back pain in the clinic every week, Roz wanted to share her 'go to' exercises for the lower back. These are her favourites, and...
Back pain is one of the major disabling health conditions among older adults aged 60 years and older. Many causes of lower back pain are age-related with physical and psychosocial changes. There is a distinct lack of awareness, especially in older adults to the causes and effects of back pain and pain management.