All our Physiotherapists are members of the Health Professions Council and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. This ensures you are seeing a professional who has completed an approved degree course and is governed by set standards and a Professional Code of Conduct.
Clients can therefore expect high standards of clinical competence and to be treated respectfully and professionally at all times.
Paul qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1997 & after working in the NHS has gained extensive knowledge & experience working in private practice & with the Ministry of Defence (MOD).
Paul established goPhysio in 2000 to provide a professional private physiotherapy service in the local area & although Paul is a company director at goPhysio, his main role within the company is as a senior physio, happiest when he is treating patients & not on the computer!
Through Paul’s extensive experience working with the MOD and treating a large number of runners, he has developed a specialist interest and expertise in diagnosing and treating lower limb overuse injuries e.g. running injuries & knee pain. Through Paul’s part time role as a physiotherapist to the Hampshire School of Excellence (Hampshire’s adolescent golfing academy), he has also become extremely knowledgeable & specialist in treating adolescents & golfing injuries. Paul also has a special interest and has undertaken extensive post graduate training in the management of patients suffering with back pain, offering a wide variety of cutting edge treatments, from the most up to date spinal manipulation to using 'Theraflex: back care for the 21st century!'
Paul is a qualified acupuncturist and also a member of Physiofirst (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice).
Mary has over 18 years experience working as a physiotherapist, including work overseas. Mary is also a qualified manual handling trainer and acupuncturist. She takes a particular interest in treating neck and shoulder complaints including whiplash, rotator cuff problems and shoulder instability.
Mary regularly goes long distance cross-country and road running and enjoys working with other runners, treating their injuries and improving their performance.
She also works in a local private hospital, maintaining close links with many local consultants.
Fiona qualified with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy in 1997. She has worked in many settings, including NHS, Ministry of Defence and private practice. She now combines her role as Director and practice manger at goPhysio with looking after 3 young children.
Linda has been with goPhysio since the opening of their Chandlers Ford clinic in 2006. Her main role at goPhysio includes making appointments, dealing with enquiries and meeting and greeting clients. Linda runs our computerised diary management programme from Chandlers Ford and is able to deal with appointments at any of our clinics from this centralised system.