About our Team in Winchester and Alresford
We pride ourselves on the quality and experience of our staff. If you visit either our Winchester or Alresford clinics you can feel safe in the knowledge that all of our staff have been working in their profession for many years, and regularly update their knowledge and skills to reflect best practice.
Andy Lord - Senior Physiotherapist
Andy qualified as a physiotherapist with an MSc in 2006 from the University of Brighton. Prior to this Andy was working within the health and fitness industry after gaining a degree in Sports and Exercise Science in 2002.
For 3 years Andy was Head Physiotherapist for Oxford United FC, and prior to this worked for Derby County FC academy and first team, The RAF, and spent 3 years in the NHS. His role as Head Academy Physiotherapist, treating 9-18 year olds, gave him great experience in treating adolescents and he utilises this expertise in his current role. He brings with him a wealth of knowledge related to all musculo-skeletal problems, from sports injury to chronic pain and post surgical management. Andy also has a PG Cert in Sports Physiotherapy from the University of Bath and a postgraduate qualification in acupuncture.
Katie Peters - Senior Physiotherapist
Katie qualified from Brunel University in 1995 and subsequently gained a wide range of experience in various major teaching hospitals in London. She has also worked as a team physio for a professional rugby team and for junior national teams in the RFU. Soon after moving to Winchester in 2000, she left the NHS to work in the private sector and has since treated a broad spectrum of musculoskeletal problems, with a special interest in sports physiotherapy, and women’s health. Another of her particular interests is screening and working with young athletes who are so often poorly managed and are either not achieving their full potential or become injured.
Daisy Wilson - Senior Physiotherapist
Daisy qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist over 20 years ago at The Universtiy of East Anglia. Following graduation Daisy specialised as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the Hammersmith Hospitals NHS trust in London.
Daisy moved to Dubai in 2005 with her husband. There, she worked for 12 years in a highly regarded private sports injuries clinic, working closely with the team of physios, nurses, sports physicians and surgeons.
In addition to this, Daisy worked with the Porsche team during the “Le Mans 24 hour race” held annually in Dubai, at the Dubai Rugby 7s 2005-2016 as a tournament Physiotherapist, at all Dubai marathons from 2005-2016 offering roadside Physiotherapy and at various music concerts, including the Dubai leg of the Justin Bieber Tour in 2015.
Daisy’s post-graduate qualifications include acupuncture, dry needling, STOTT Pilates, hydrotherapy and manipulation. Daisy has a “hands on” approach to her treatments and enjoys assessing and treating all manner of injuries and ailments.
Daisy lives locally with her husband, 4 children and dog and enjoys a multitude of sports… when time allows!
Helen Synnott - Sports Massage Therapist
Helen has since gained a range of experience not just in a sporting capacity but also from the stresses of daily living helping to release muscle tension and ultimately move pain free.
Helen has a keen interest in keeping active and enjoys a healthy outdoor lifestyle in the Hampshire countryside; cycling, running and participating in a variety of watersports including sailing and open water swimming.
Helen is also a qualified pilates instructor and currently runs classes around Winchester.