Meet the Team

Meet The Team

The therapy team at Bristol Physio are all highly qualified and extremely experienced. All of our physiotherapists are chartered and registered with the  Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). We are registered and recognised by all major health insurance companies. Each Physiotherapist has at least 7 years post graduate experience, so you can be assured that you will be seen by experienced practitioners. Our regular training sessions and continuing professional development (CPD) course attendance ensures that we are up to date with the latest clinical research.

Our team at Bristol Physio also includes Massage Therapists and Sport Therapists who are able to offer Sports and Remedial Massage, injury diagnosis and rehabilitation sessions. We also have appointments available with our foot and ankle biomechanical specialist podiatrist, who is an expert in gait analysis and foot & ankle problems, both complex and simple.

To find out more about each of our Physiotherapists and other members of the team take a look at our profiles below.

Andrew Howse

MSc Physiotherapist

Andy has a passion for learning the latest and best physiotherapy treatment plans. He is qualified in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Manipulation, Acupuncture, Clinical Pilates, Dynamic Tape Application, Joint Mobilisations and Manipulations. Andy has also recently completed a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has also just returned from the Commonwealth Games Gold Coast 2018 with a silver medal...

Marlon Prescott

Practice Manager & Ergonomic Specialist

A dedicated and compassionate professional, Marlon brings with him a wealth of experience with a strong background in Finance and Administration. He is also qualified in ergonomics and workstation assessments. Marlon has been employed with various NHS trust including SecAmb (Southeast coast Ambulance Service), UHB (University Hospitals Bristol) and NHS England. A keen traveller, Marlon also enjoys hiking, camping, and fishing in his spare time.

Nicola

Nicky Fry

Physiotherapist

Nicky graduated in 2016 with a First Class Honours Degree in Physiotherapy. She regularly completes CPD courses and keeps up to date with the latest physio research to ensure her treatments are effective and evidence based. As a remedial Pilates instructor, Nicky uses her extensive knowledge of movement to ensure she gets the best results from her assessments and treatments. Nicky is a keen long distance runner and has a special interest in treating running related injuries. She would be more than happy to chat about your latest running events and endurance pursuits!

Jethro

Jethro Mendola-Byatt

MSc Physiotherapist

Jethro qualified with a Masters in Physiotherapy from Robert Gordon University in 2019. He also currently works as a Senior Clinician within the NHS specialising in Rheumatology physiotherapy. Jethro has previously worked as a Strength & Conditioning coach. He has years of experience working with performance athletes at world, commonwealth and Olympic level.  His particular interests are; Sports Performance & Rehabilitation, Rheumatology,Hydrotherapy,Strength & Conditioning and exercise's role in health improvement. He enjoys bike packing, Triathlon & Olympic weightlifting. He is also working towards learning Spanish and his NCSA qualification.

Michael Thompson

Biomechanical Podiatrist

Michael graduated in 2001 with an honours degree in Podiatry from Glasgow Caledonian University. Gaining a position with Selby and York PCT he developed a great interest in the biomechanical aspect of podiatry and started to work closely with the specialists within the department developing his skills.

Charlotte Page

Sports Therapist

Charlotte graduated from The University of Kent in 2015 with a First Class Honours degree in Sports Therapy. She specialises in soft tissue injuries, soft tissue techniques, trigger point therapy and rehabilitation. Charlotte has  worked with GB Softball Men's Team at their European Championships in the Czech Republic and GB Basketball U'16 Men's Team, in preparation for their Championships...

Gemma Addison

Physiotherapist

Gemma Addison graduated from Brunel University with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in 2007. She spent 5 years consolidating her knowledge in a wide range of clinical settings whilst working in the NHS. Whilst in Singapore she successfully completed an advanced certificate in the management of complex musculoskeletal conditions. Gemma is also a Mummy MOT practitioner and has special interest in  Women’s health/Pelvic pain, Back pain, Horse riding asymmetries and Running and Lifting injuries. 

Chloe

Chloe Hill

Sports Rehab Therapist

Chloe graduated from UWE in 2021 with a First-Class Honours degree in Sport Rehabilitation. She specialises in preventing and rehabilitating musculoskeletal injuries in addition to soft tissue manipulations. Chloe is a Sport Rehabilitator licensed by BASRaT. Chloe has worked with City of Bristol Youth Swimmers, Bristol Rovers Academy and volunteered for charities during marathons aiding with post-race recovery. She is qualified in sports massage, deep tissue massage and taping. Chloe is currently working with Old Bristolians RFC in their Seniors 1st XV Team. In her spare time, she enjoys running, swimming, paddle boarding, kayaking and travelling.

Alice

Alice Clevely

Physiotherapist

Alice graduated in 2015 with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy from the University of the West of England and has since worked in the NHS, covering many different specialities including orthopaedics, elderly care, paediatrics and musculoskeletal physiotherapy. Alice has now specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy as a senior clinician within the NHS. She has most recently been involved with setting up a wellbeing service for NHS staff physiotherapy which won an NHS parliamentary award last year for wellbeing at work. Alice's interests outside of work include dance, cycling and youth work.

Louis Martin 

Physiotherapist

Louis qualified in 2017 with a first class Honours degree in Physiotherapy. He has completed multiple specialist courses to gain deeper knowledge in areas such as lower back pain, running injuries, lower limb biomechanics, pain science and therapeutic exercise. Louis is constantly looking to learn and recently graduated from the pro-sports mentorship programme. He takes a holistic approach to pain and injury and has a keen interest in psychology and mindfulness. Outside of work he is a black belt in kung fu, an enthusiastic indoor climber and has recently taken up golf.

Siofra

Siofra Fogarty 

Physiotherapist

Siofra graduated as a physiotherapist in 2016 from Trinity College Dublin and in 2018 completed a postgraduate certificate in Clinical Exercise. She  has worked in NZ, Oz and Ireland in musculoskeletal based private practice and aged care facilities, where she has gained experience treating people of all ages with various conditions. Her main area of focus is musculoskeletal, treating athletes of all levels, in sports such as rugby, sailing, crossfit, soccer and MMA to name a few. She is certified in dry needling, a pilates instructor and is also trained in the “McKenzie Method” for assessing and treating back pain. She has competed at a national level in athletics, rugby and rowing. She has recently returned from a trip to Mt Everest basecamp.

At Bristol Physio a team approach is vital to ensuring your recovery. We are all part of the team, from the receptionist booking your appointment with the right therapist to the back-office management ensuring everything runs smoothly. We demand the best from our therapists as this is your health we are looking after. Our wealth of experience means we can offer almost every service you require under one roof including imagingrehabilitationshockwave and injections. This makes us unique within Bristol and we are proud to offer our team approach to your care.
The only missing team member is you.