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Behind The Mask: Katie

Posted on 5th October 2020 by

Behind The Mask Katie

I’m Katie, Practice Manager at goPhysio. It’s great being back at work after lockdown. It definitely was daunting at first but I’m enjoying the change in scenery after nearly 3 months at home. The sense of achievement with helping patients & booking them in for treatment as soon as possible, and restarting Pilates classes is such a positive in all the doom and gloom.


Behind The Mask: Beverley

Posted on 2nd October 2020 by

Lockdown came on so quick for us all, which I found quite hard to take in.  At first it was like a holiday, but as the weeks turned to months I found that i missed my routine, I also missed my work colleagues and not forgetting the lovely patients . I’ve worked here for a number of years and some of the patients have now become friends, so it’s lovely to be back in some sort of capacity. 

Here we are 6 months down the line and we are beginning to see some sort of normality return. 


Behind The Mask: Francesca

Posted on 29th September 2020 by

Behind The Mask Francesca

It’s lovely to be back working at goPhysio, seeing lots of familiar and new faces at the Clinic. 

Lock-down was a very strange time, however a time for reflection and personal development. Having the time to think and plan for the future. It also gave me time to reintroduce specific continuing professional development and a eagerness to learn and better myself- in between baking and cooking lots of yummy food of course!

It’s great to be back helping everyone with their injuries and enabling them to continue new hobbies and exercise routines that they have started during lock-down. I’m really enjoying teaching our Pilates classes again and having lots of fun with our new Reformer Pilates classes and 1-2-1’s as well. 


Behind The Mask: Charlotte

Posted on 22nd September 2020 by

Behind The Mask Charlotte

Hi, my name is Charlotte.  I am a Physiotherapist and APPI Pilates Instructor at goPhysio. I am delighted to be back at work after lock-down, feeling a sense of normality.  Seeing my wonderful colleagues, treating both new and old has been a joy.  Lock-down has reinforced in my mind, that I love my job and profession.  


Behind The Mask: Roz

Posted on 17th September 2020 by

Behind The Mask Roz

Hi, I’m Roz, Physio & APPI Pilates Instructor at goPhysio. Luckily I am an introvert so the isolation of lockdown wasn’t too much of a challenge – however I discovered the demands of being a single parent in isolation has a whole world of challenges that come with it! All of us need a support network around us and the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team is that we can provide some of that support for our patients.

As well as helping people individually within my role as a physiotherapist it has been really exciting seeing so many familiar faces come back to Pilates. The real bonus for me coming back to work after lockdown has been the opportunity to develop our Pilates Reformer service, starting classes as well as continuing with individual sessions. Being able to pass on my knowledge and love of reformer training to others is really exciting.


Behind The Mask: Rosie

Posted on 10th September 2020 by

Rosie Sports Therapist

Hi, I’m Rosie. I work as a Sports & Rehabilitation Therapist and APPI Pilates Instructor at goPhysio. After coming out the other side of lockdown, I’m happy to be back at work seeing familiar faces again and hearing all about what my patients got up to during lockdown. Something lockdown has taught me is that there is always time to learn new skills and keep up practice with the skills I already possess. 


Behind The Mask: Jade

Posted on 8th September 2020 by

Hi I’m Jade and I work on the reception desk here at goPhysio. I am so happy to be flexibly back at work after nearly 6 months off. I have really missed the clinic and especially all of the lovely patients that I get to meet and chat with. One thing lockdown has taught me is that I love my job and the ‘me time’ that it allows me to have outside of a very hectic family life! 


Meet Your Team – Hello Chris!

Posted on 15th July 2019 by


As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Chris Tiley Physiotherapist at goPhysio

Today we meet Physiotherapist, Chris.

What are your clinical qualifications?

I graduated from Coventry University with a BSc Physiotherapy in 2008.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I have worked in a variety of setting, this includes:

  • British Parasnowsport 
  • Reading FC Academy
  • Circle Hospital in Reading
  • Private Clinics in Reading and Bournemouth

Do you have any special areas of interest in physiotherapy?

I have a particular Interest in:

  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Chronic/Persistent Pain
  • Sports Injuries

What you’re most proud of?

Having been able to work as part of the British Parasnowsport team.

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

Having access to all the fantastic facilities we have, especially the strong room. 

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • Robin Williams
  • Stephen Fry
  • Jessica Ennis-Hill

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

Japan

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

A camera

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

I played the Euphonium as a child.


Chris works at goPhysio on a Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. If you’d like to book an appointment to see Chris, you can give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or book an appointment online here.


Meet Your Team – Hello Jade!

Posted on 8th July 2019 by

As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Jade goPhysio

Today we meet one of our Patient Services Team, Jade.

What is your background?

I have been in customer service from a very early age, I really enjoy helping people.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I worked for British Gas for over 10 years, working my way up from call centre to head office, designing and delivering change. Following redundancy I moved into health & wellness, supporting people with lifestyle changes. Health & fitness is my real passion.

I am also a foster carer, supporting the children of Southampton that come into care. This role is very rewarding at times, yet very much hard work.

What you’re most proud of?

 I volunteered at the 2012 Olympics and received a thank you letter from our then prime minister David Cameron.

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

I love the atmosphere in the clinic. As a foster carer it’s nice to come to work with a team who really support each other.

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • Tony Robbins – His motivational talks start my day most mornings!
  • Deepak Chopra – I am quite spiritual and love his meditations and guiding’s
  • Oprah Winfrey – very inspirational woman

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

Komodo Island, Indonesia to see the pink beach

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

Seeds to grow some vegetables

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

 I have been on TV 3 times!

  • Blue Peter in 1987
  • South Today 2016
  • Las Vegas Live 2019

Jade works as part of our Patient Services Team. She’ll often be the first person you’ll speak to if you call or see if you visit us!


Meet Your Team, Hello Will!

Posted on 1st July 2019 by

As our team has grown over the last year or so, we thought it would be a great time to introduce you to the team that we have to help you, re-introducing the more familiar faces and welcoming the new ones!

Today we meet Sports Massage Therapist , Will.

What are your clinical qualifications?

I qualified from St. Mary’s University with a Level 4 in Sports Massage in 2018. I am in my final year of studying an MSc in Sports Rehabilitation (also at St. Mary’s) which I am due to finish in October this year.

What areas have you previously worked in?

I have done lot’s of event work at various races and including the London Marathon and working track side for Thames Valley Harriers. During University, I have had a placement at National League Football Club, Aldershot Town, treating and rehabilitating injured players.

Do you have any special areas of interest in your work?

Achilles Tendinopathy is my condition of interest. I am currently researching whether strength of the calf muscles is a risk factor in those who have this condition for my MSc dissertation.

My special interest is in sports rehabilitation and returning people back from injury to their pre-injury state with reduced pain & increased strength and confidence.

My sporting interest lays with running. Having run from a young age I have a vested interest in this area both injury and performance related.

What you’re most proud of?

Buying my first house!

What’s the best thing about being part of the goPhysio team? 

The multi-disciplinary nature of the clinic and friendly staff. There is so much to learn from everyone. 

We asked………

If you could invite any 3 people in the world round for dinner, who would they be?

  • Ricky Gervais
  • Zac Efron
  • Neil Harris (Only those that follow football will know!)

Where in the world is top of your list to visit?

New Zealand, to visit where The Hobbits live!

If you were going to space and could only take 1 thing, what would it be?

Access to YouTube

What’s the 1 thing that may surprise people about you? 

 I was born in Miami


Will works at goPhysio on a Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday. If you’d like to book an appointment to see Wil, you can give us a call on 023 8025 3317 or book an appointment online here.