Amy graduated in physiotherapy at Southampton University in 2011 and since then has gained a Sports Massage ITEC qualification.
She completed her rotations at Woking before becoming a Senior Physiotherapist at Farnham Hospital. On relocating to Basingstoke she became the Team Lead Physiotherapist there for a few years before moving to become more permanent with us and more recently taking on the Lead role here.
She has experience in seeing a wide variety of complex cases referred from GPs and orthopaedic consultants and also completed training in Acupuncture
She is a keen cricketer playing county standard in her earlier days. As family commitments have taken over, she still continues to play at club level. Badminton also keeps Amy busy in the winter months.
Rome graduated in South Africa with a degree in physiotherapy in 1996. She has worked in the UK for many years as a senior physiotherapist in hospitals and the private sector.
She has undertaken additional post-graduate training in acupuncture and has a certificate in Manual Therapy.
Rome is our Women's Health Specialist. She can treat problems associated with passing urine including pain, increased frequency, incontinence and incomplete emptying. She can also treat unexplained pain in the back, pelvis or genital area and has completed courses in pre and post natal care.
Carolyn trained at King's College Hospital in London and has over 25 years experience predominantly in musculoskeletal work with all ages.
Carolyn has post qualification training in Sports Medicine, Maitland mobilisations, Trigger Point Therapy, McKenzie exercise programmes and Swiss Gym Ball exercises.
Carolyn regularly attends courses to keep updated with current clinical evidence based practices.
She has a special interest in persistent pain and is part of the chronic pain team for Surrey Heath.
Helena studied her Physiotherapy degree at South Bank University in London and has previously obtained Sports massage training which she has been practising for over 5 years.
She has recently qualified in APPI Pilates completing mat work level 3 and pilates for endometriosis earlier in 2023. Helena currently oversees our Pilates here at Camberley Physio running several of the classes throughout all the levels. She works as part of our NHS Chronic Pain service applying her skills and knowledge here also.
Helena has a passion for gym and strength training, she is particularly interested in sports injuries and chronic low back pain.
Hannah graduated as a physiotherapist in 1999 from Glasgow Caledonian University and obtained an MSc in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy from Kings College London in 2009.
She has enjoying working in many different physiotherapy specialities within the NHS but the vast majority of her career has been spent working in musculoskeletal outpatients. She is passionate about helping people overcome their problems so they can become stronger, fitter and healthier and lead the lives that they want to lead. She has a particular interest in working with people that experience persistent pain.
She has participated in post-graduate training in different manual therapy techniques, understanding pain neuroscience, psychological strategies and more.
When Hannah is not working in Camberley she runs her own private practice in London, practices yoga and enjoys walking her dog.
Rhona graduated in 2005 from Northumbria University. She completed her rotations in the North East including working in the chronic pain and rheumatology team, before moving to work in the private sector. Rhona has gained experience over the last 10 years in musculoskeletal outpatients and orthopaedics.
She has undertaken further training in APPI Pilates and she enjoys taking Pilates classes and using it in her practise clinically, helping clients improve their balance, movement and strength.
Claire first qualified as a fitness Instructor level 3 after studying Business and Leisure at Farnborough college of Technology. She then started work with Fitness for industry as an instructor and class teacher. In 2008 she joined The Samson centre for MS working in the gym, teaching Neurological classes and 1 to 1 sessions focusing on the importance of balance, stretch, and mobility. Claire qualified in Sports Therapy Massage Level 3 in 2012 and more recently in Level 4 in 2022 working with Bracknell Rugby Club in between.
She joined Upper Gordon Road practice in 2014 offering soft and deep tissue massage. In addition she performs myofascial release for patients with tightness and pain throughout the myofascial tissues. In 2020 Claire further trained with APPI as a mat work 3 Pilates instructor. She currently teaches several of our Pilate’s classes at the practice each week. Claire is also a member of the Pain Clinic team and uses her skills in sports massage and Pilates to help with the rehabilitation of pain patients.
Senior Physiotherapist / First Contact Physiotherapist ( FCP)
Charlie qualified from Kings College London in 2010 and has since then worked in both the NHS and private sector.
He has a special interest in spines, shoulders, and sports injuries. Charlie has worked in professional sport with Surrey County Cricket Club, London Broncos Rugby League Club, and with British Olympic Athletes.
Charlie obtained a Diploma in Injection Therapy in 2020 and has gained further training in spinal manipulation, acupuncture, shockwave therapy and Pilates.
Senior Physiotherapist / First Contact Physiotherapist ( FCP)
John graduated in 2001 from King's College London and has worked predominantly in musculoskeletal outpatients since then.
He obtained the Diploma of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine in 2006, the Diploma in Injection Therapy in 2011 and is now qualified as a non-medical prescriber.
John has attended courses in shoulders, trigger point therapy, electrotherapy and acupuncture. He has worked in the award winning Surrey Heath Orthopaedic Treatment and Triage Service and has close links with many orthopaedic consultants in the area.
He has previously worked within the GP surgery as an FCP also.
He concentrates most of his time working with the NHS MSK service as an advanced practitioner and is now a private injecting clinician only, after many years as a physiotherapist, at Camberley Physiotherapy.
Prior to qualifying as a physiotherapist, John gained a BSc in Medical Biochemistry and has studied psychology with the Open University. He is a free-lance lecturer in pathology for physiotherapists.
Following Richard's graduation from Southampton University in 2008 he has practised as a Specialist Podiatrist in various setting for the NHS and in private practice. Richard holds an interest of all areas of Podiatry, however his real passion lays in the musculoskeletal field of Podiatry, in particularly lower limb biomechanics and sports injuries.
Richard is committed to continual professional development and maintenance of the highest level of skills and knowledge, having attended numerous postgraduate conferences and training courses, notably passing the Diabetic Foot Module and intends to pursue an MSc in lower limb biomechanics and musculoskeletal Podiatry.
Nicki shares her job role as Reception Manager with her colleague Vikki and has been at the clinic since 2010.
Their duties include the everyday running of the clinic from general administration to welcoming and aiding the patients within the clinic.
They run a comprehensive clinic including Physiotherapy, podiatry, Pilates, in house NHS orthopaedic clinics and an external dermatology clinic.
Vikki has worked within the practice for since 2012.
She works as a job share with Nicki. The role they do is varied, including the running of reception, all the administration and the financial invoicing. They look after all the many different clinics that are held on site including Dermatology and Podiatry, orthopaedics, Pilates classes and Our Steady Steps classes.