I believe in people and if you are training hard in your chosen field of competition, as a therapist I feel so very fortunate to be able to help you achieve your goals.

Equally if you are not sporty but have a physical job or are desk bound and your activity or lack of activity is plaguing you with muscular discomfort and pain, the soft tissue therapies I offer can help. 

Every client is unique and treated as an individual. The way that you feel pain and discomfort will not be the same as how I, your neighbour or co worker feels discomfort, therefore I treat, as appropriate, for you. 

From your first meeting with me at my studio in Devizes, I will start by getting to know the pains and discomforts you experience, your daily activities and how these are stopping you achieving your goals. It is important that we find the right treatment that works for you as an individual. 

What to expect on your first appointment

Step 1.

I start by asking you to complete a client consultation form, as well as my contraindications check list, which is a list of conditions which may have affected you within the last 6 months which may prevent or restrict me from treating you.

This is crucial as your wellbeing is my priority.     

All information you provide me is treated in the strictest confidence.


Objective and Subjective History

I will discuss with you in some depth, what you feel is causing you a problem. 

I will the take a good look at your posture and ranges of movement. This enables me to get a good idea of what may be causing soft tissue restrictions.  

After this I will clearly explain my findings, how I plan to treat you and what you can expect to feel.   

I will also advise you of any post treatment protocols.


Communication and Understanding

I allow my clients plenty of time to explain how they are feeling, as everyone is unique and we all experience pain in a different way.     

Every client is treated as an individual and I  always endeavour to communicate clearly, never discounting anything  said to me, no matter how trivial it may seem.  

No one knows their body better than you and as your therapist I completely respect that.