Circle Reading physiotherapy satellite clinic in Henley-on-Thames
Bringing specialist physiotherapy services closer to you.
Circle Reading is pleased to offer a new satellite clinic at Nettlebed Surgery from Monday the 1st February 2016. The new clinic will offer both physiotherapy and consultant surgeon services to the door of local people.
Our experienced team of physiotherapists are experts in movement and function and will help patients manage a variety of healthcare conditions including:
- Postural neck pain, headaches, whiplash
- Upper back pain, rib pain and trauma, disc-related upper back pain, Scheuermann’s disease
- Postural low back pain, disc-related low back pain, sciatica, facet joint pain, muscular problems, spondylolisthesis
- Hip pain, sacro-iliac pain, buttock pain, groin pain
- Elbow pain, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, ligament sprains
- Wrist/hand pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, repetitive strain injuries
- Knee pain, shin splints, knee cap pain, ligament strains, Osgood-Schlatters disease, ‘wear and tear’ pain
- Ankle pain, tendo-achilles pain, severs disease, compartment syndrome
- Muscle or ligament strains, tendinopathy
- Post-operative rehabilitation following surgery
At Circle Reading physiotherapy, we utilise cutting edge technology, such as extracorporeal shockwave therapy and isokinetic muscle testing, to provide their patients with the best possible outcome. If patients require access to further diagnostic tests or consultant appointments, we can offer quick access to these advanced diagnostic services.
Book your appointment today
If you have an injury and you feel physiotherapy may help, please contact us via telephone on 0118 922 6980 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss.
The clinic is available between the hours of 8.30am and 4.30pm, Monday to Thursday, to self-pay and private patients.
Nettlebed Surgery, Wanbourne Lane, Nettlebed, Henley-on-Thames, Oxon, RG9 5AJ
Meet the team
Stephanie qualified in 2012 with a First Class physiotherapy degree at Sheffield Hallam University. She then progressed through her physiotherapy rotations in the NHS for two years, gaining experience across the acute medical, orthopaedic and musculoskeletal outpatient specialities. She is now a permanent inpatient physiotherapist at Circle Reading specialising in orthopaedics, with a special interest in the shoulder.
Alongside her hospital based role Stephanie also works at Reading Abbey Rugby Club continuing her sports injury interest and developing further her musculoskeletal skills. In her spare time Stephanie plays rugby for the ladies team at Reading Abbey and enjoys walking and cycling in the local countryside.
Katrina has worked in the NHS, private practice and in professional sport since graduating from Brighton University in 2005. She has supported her undergraduate degree with a masters diploma in sports and exercises physiotherapy from Cardiff University.
She enjoys treating all musculoskeletal conditions especially the lower limb. Her particular interest is the rehabilitation of patients back to any recreational activity from sports, such as rugby and netball, to walking and swimming. Katrina believes any person is capable of achieve excellence in their chosen hobbies and interests, and strives to help people achieve their goals.
Stuart qualified from Brunel University, London in 2010 with a first class honours degree. He initially worked in NHS settings treating inpatients and outpatients before specialising in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He has also worked for Reading Football club, treating the club’s academy players.
Stuart has a special interest in the knee (the result of a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in 1995), and the shoulder. As a keen runner, he enjoys working with patients to improve their running gait and form, assessing and treating any biomechanical issues that may affect their movement patterns and contribute towards injuries.