Posted on 15th April 2018
We would like to welcome Hannah Brunt to the Bradley Stoke Physio & Health team – Hannah joins us as our Osteopath.
Originally from Bath, Hannah returns to the West Country having trained and practiced as an Osteopath in Kent. She is a self-confessed ‘enjoyer of podcasts’, particularly those on physio and health topics. Ask Hannah about her interest in the medical professionals that bring a new take on traditiona...
Posted on 25th March 2018
Now a qualified JEMS® Certified Clinical Rehabilitation Practitioner, our Physio Ali explains...
Our very modest Physiotherapist, Ali Staveley, successfully became a JEMS® Certified Clinical Rehabilitation Practitioner recently.
‘What’s that?’ we hear you cry, as, admittedly, have many we’ve told in celebration of this good news.
We asked Ali to explain, and when you hear the words ‘freedom of...
Posted on 22nd March 2018
We say a fond farewell to Hugh Vickers, our Osteopath – he retires at the end of March, having worked with us at the clinic for seven years.
We can’t imagine for one moment that retirement will mean days off and down time – Hugh is interested in so many things, it is hard to keep up with him!
Indeed, it’s his curiosity and the fact that he ‘sees’ people, not just what is in front of him, that has made him such a good Osteopath and collea...
Posted on 17th February 2018
If it's tricky to find time during the day, book an evening appointment with our Physiotherapist, Chris.
It's not fun putting up with physical pain just because life and work get in the way of you finding a remedy.
Our Physio Chris knows that it can be tricky to find time to look after yourself during the day - there are so many competing demands for your time. That's why he offers late afternoon and e...