BSC (Hons), Dip.Ortho. Med, Dip.Injection Therapy MCSP, MCHPC, MAACP, MSOMM

Andy’s background lies in professional sport. Prior to becoming a physiotherapist he had a short career as a professional rugby player with a premiership team in Bristol. When injury troubles cut his playing career short he studied physiotherapist in London. Andy has experience of working within the League One professional football team Leyton Orient and is current Head Physiotherapist for the National League 2 rugby side at Bournemouth. This high level of sport involvement has enhanced the level of management received by his patients. He focuses his physiotherapy interests on the management of spinal complaints, providing treatment for back and neck pain, using manual and cortisone injection therapy to help resolve numerous complex musculoskeletal complaints.



Helen is our neurological and orthopeadic specialist. She gained a wide variety of skills while working in the large London Hospitals and currently balances private work with an ongoing NHS presence here in Dorset. Helen has great success in rehabilitating patients following neurological deficits (stroke, polio,parkinsons) and orthopaedic procedures such as hip and knee replacements. Helen works closely with older patients in the community and is available for assesment and treatment sessions in your own home. Helen is also a fully practicing acupuncturist, using acupuncture as a valuable adjunct to her physiotherapy treatments.



As another of our chartered physiotherapists Stephen has a passion for musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy. He splits his time working at the clinic treating a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and rehabilitating clients at the Bournemouth Multiple Sclerosis Society. Stephen is furthering his clinical knowledge by completing master’s studies in Orthopaedic Medicine and is qualified to practice Acupuncture as an adjunct to his treatment. Stephen has a background in sport and in his teenage years competed at an international level in tennis. In his spare time he enjoys participating in all aspects of fitness and sport and socialising with friends.



Harri graduated from Cardiff University with a degree in Physiotherapy in 2011. A keen rugby player at school, while studying he nurtured his passion for sports Physiotherapy working for various rugby clubs. Harri currently splits his time between treating a range of musculoskeletal conditions in the clinic and working with clients at the Bournemouth Multiple Sclerosis Society. This varied schedule and his involvement with Bournemouth RFC means he is constantly furthering his knowledge of acute injuries and rehabilitation. Harri is a keen skier and sailor, regularly taking part in races, and is currently learning to play the Banjo.