We pride ourselves on being friendly, approachable and dedicated to providing an empathetic and caring treatment process. Our aim is to provide our patients with as many treatment options as possible to ensure they begin the road to recovery as quickly and efficiently as possible. Check out our team below and for more information on any of our practitioners just click on their name.
Pippa is currently away on maternity leave. We will let everyone know as soon as she is back and treating. Pippa Evans graduated from the British School of Osteopathy with a Distinction in the Masters degree in Osteopathy. Previous to this Pippa graduated from the University of Bristol with an honours degree in anatomy and holds an ITEC diploma in sports massage therapy.
I've always been interested in the latest, up to date medical research and regularly attend seminars to advance my knowledge-base and techniques.
His treatment approach favours a range of gentle, ‘indirect’, soft tissue techniques, as well as stronger, ‘direct’, articulations and manipulations, enhanced by dry-needling (a form of western acupuncture), but he is always guided by the preferences of his patients.
I have benefited from osteopathy for over 20 years, thanks to receiving treatments for my own sports and work related injuries.
Josh completed a 4 year masters degree in Osteopathy (M.Ost) from the British College of Osteopathic Medicine, excelling in patient management, clinical assessment, diagnosis, nutrition, and osteopathic technique, providing him with a strong in depth understanding of the human body.
Amy is currently away travelling. We will let everyone know when / if she is back treating. Amy Hewitt is a graduate of Oxford Brookes University where she gained her Masters in Osteopathy. She has since completed post grad courses in Acupuncture, including both dry needling and medical Acupuncture.
Podiatrists / Chiropodists
Matt is a qualified HCPC registered podiatrist specialising in biomechanical assessments, sport/exercise related injury & mechanical issues of the foot, ankle & lower leg.
I have competed in both Olympic & Ironman distance triathlons & been a competitive runner for over 20 years.
Jo is a HCPC registered Physiotherapist. After initially studying Sports Science she progressed into Physiotherapy and has grown to be a hugely popular and knowledgeable practitioner.
I’ve spent time working in Australia, New Zealand and China gaining experience in many different fields of Physiotherapy and working with some amazing Therapists.
Remedial Sports Massage
I am passionate about helping people regain mobility and decrease pain. I also have a particular interest in treating dancers and gymnasts.
I am a full member of the ISRM and hold professional insurance through Balens.
Anggeliki grew up in Corfu before moving studying to be a Beautician and Massage Therapist in Athens. She then went on to work in resorts and 5 star resorts in Corfu before moving to the UK just over 3 years ago.
The purpose of massage therapy is to target the source of the bodies pain via eliminating tense muscles, increasing flexibility and providing relaxation to the affected muscles as well as the body as a whole.
More and more people are turning to hypnotherapy as an easy and effective way of changing unwanted patterns of thought and behaviour that can have a very negative effect on quality of life.
I have firsthand experience of how Solution Focused Hypnotherapy can change lives, and that is why I am so passionate about getting the message out there that change is possible, and help is available.
Having spent most of his life involved with Motorsport, from Karting to Car racing, Rich now devotes most of his time to running The Malmesbury Clinic. Recently having swapping Motorsport for Skydiving, he has discovered a new found respect for gravity! On hand at the clinic to answer any questions and always up for a chat, you'll usually find him hidden at his desk under the stairs!