Who We Are
Every journey has a beginning
OURS STARTS TWO DECADES AGO
Set up in 2000 by Neil Minter, we are one of the longest standing clinics in the area and have been treating and rehabilitating the people of Berkshire, Hampshire and Surrey for over 18 years.
Since its formation, the practice has grown and we have incorporated new skills and expertise into our treatment repertoire. Our rehabilitation plans are therefore not restricted to just Physiotherapy, but can also include strength and conditioning and even psychological support.
Our dedicated team of practitioners have over 120 years’ experience between them meaning we’re expertly equipped and ready to treat any condition that we’re faced with. This includes sports injuries, postoperative rehabilitation and musculoskeletal conditions.
Our core emphasis is on accurate assessment, clear diagnosis and effective treatment of each and every patient using a wide range of techniques and exercises. With a patient first focus in everything we do, we consider ourselves the go-to people when it comes to getting you back to fitness.
Dynamic, skilled, professional and experienced. The team cannot be faulted with their support and care.
Meet the Team
Neil MinterMCSP HCPC Grad Dip Phys
Founder & Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner
Founder of the practice, Neil is the lead therapist and responsible for the overall running of one of the most established practices in the area.Neil qualified in 1988 and with extensive clinical experience in the treatment of spinal conditions has been working as an extended scope practitioner in the spinal triage clinic at Frimley Park Hospital since 2000.
Elizabeth StrongBSC (Hons) MCSP HCPC
Elizabeth is a highly skilled and experienced Physiotherapist. She has been with us for 16 years and qualified in 1994 at the University of Brighton. She has had a great number of years experience working in local NHS hospitals as well as working as the Physiotherapist to Bracknell Rugby Club for 6 years.
Susannah DavisBSC (Hons) MCSP HCPC
Physiotherapy and Acupuncture Practitioner
Susannah joined the team in 2008. She is a Physiotherapist qualified in acupuncture. She qualified in 1989 at Kings College Hospital School of Physiotherapy in London and is a member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Di TilstonMCSP HCPC
Di is one of our senior and experienced Physios at the practice. She trained at Manchester Royal Infirmary. After qualifying she worked in all areas of Physiotherapy gaining experience in London, Bognor Regis, Northern Ireland and in British Military hospitals in Germany and Aldershot.
Hazel HarrisB.ED HONS DIP MIRSM
Hazel is one of our massage therapists. She trained at the London School of Sports Massage and holds a Level 5 ISRM/BTEC diploma in Remedial Soft Tissue Therapy and Clinical Sports Massage. At the practice, she works alongside the team of Physiotherapists. She specialises in soft tissue massage techniques, Pilates and is able to offer advice on remedial exercises and lifestyle factors that can aid recovery and prevent further injury.
Nathan KellyBSc. Sports Science; CSCS; PCET
Fitness Consultant / Strength & Conditioning Coach
Nathan is an experienced Strength & Conditioning coach and certified Personal Trainer with over 25 years of experience working closely with Olympians, professional rugby and football players as well as national squads.
Emily MulcahyBSc Sport Science; MSc Applied Sport Psychology
Sport and Exercise Scientist (Psychology)
Emily reinforces our rehabilitation programme by supporting the mental recovery of athletes following major trauma or injury. Since finishing a Masters degree in 2015 she has undertaken the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science accreditation in the area of Sport Psychology.
We’re chartered and state registered with the Health Care Professions Council
Our Physio team are experienced, qualified and regulated. But we’re not just great on paper. Members of our team have past experience with major sports teams and National squads including at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games and the 1998 Commonwealth Games.