Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession with a science foundation. A chartered physiotherapist will use their knowledge, skills and physical treatment to help restore movement and function to as near to normal as possible following injury, illness or developmental impairment. They will have a recognised three or four year degree training, often consolidated with a minimum of two years of supervised clinical experience in an NHS hospital.
Here at BP Physiotherapy we specialise in Neuromusculoskeletal disorders – movement problems and pain associated with your spine, joints, muscles, ligaments, and nerves. Our physiotherapists are experienced senior clinicians and are all HPC registered and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. We are recognised by all major private medical insurance companies and are we a BUPA preferred-provider clinic.
We aim to provide expert, professional assessment and treatment of all spinal, joint and soft tissue problems, at an affordable rate. There is no need to wait weeks or months for an appointment, or to take time out of work for treatment. We can offer you appointments at your convenience. We have good links with local surgeries and hospitals and can refer you on to your doctor or a surgeon quickly if further investigation of your condition is required.hhg
Veena Pai BSc (Hons)
Director, Clinical Lead Physiotherapist
Dip OM Dip InjTh MCSP
Veena completed her BSc(Physiotherapy) in 1996, obtaining a clinical distinction. She worked in teaching hospitals in London for three years before moving to Hampshire where she became team leader in a local NHS musculoskeletal physiotherapy department. She completed post graduate diplomas in Orthopaedic Medicine and Injection Therapy (Cortisone injections) in 2003.
Veena played county level Lacrosse in her teens and continues to enjoy cycling, dog walking , pilates and body jam classes.
With 25 years clinical expertise , Veena has vast experience in both NHS and private practice settings. She liases with other clinicians and networks with local consultants on a regular basis. She attends postgraduate courses frequently which continues to expand her extensive knowledge base.
She uses Acupuncture , when appropriate, as part of her practice and believes in a hands on approach , including soft tissue massage & joint manipulation.
Veena is able to treat any neuromuscuoskeletal condition / sports injury of any age including children.
She combines her clinical work with practice management and a busy family life.
Associate Physiotherapist /Pilates Instructor
Caroline (Cally) Wade qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2001 with a first class hons degree from Southampton University. Since then she worked for 11 years in large teaching hospitals around the country gaining experience in a range of medical settings including A&E, orthopaedics and out patients. Since then she has worked in private practise treating all manner of musculoskeletal conditions (including hand therapy and TMJ dysfunctions), post-op and sports injuries, and draws on her years of experience to help her patients achieve their optimal outcome. In 2009 she trained with the APPI in Pilates and has been teaching classes and 1:1’s since. She enjoys attending further training courses which have included Pilates for runners and ante & post-natal patients. Outside of work she enjoys trail running with her two dogs and surfing.
Associate Physiotherapist / clinical
BSc (Hons) MCSP
Rachel qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1996 from the University of Hertfordshire. Since then she has worked in a wide variety of settings within the NHS, private practice and Under 17s county level football, working alongside the strength and conditioning staff and coaches.
She has a wide breadth of experience in out-patient rehabilitation, orthopaedics, domiciliary physiotherapy, and sports rehabilitation. Within her practice she treats patients presenting with acute and chronic pain, pre and post-operative orthopaedics, and sports injuries.
Outside of work, Rachel has a young family and enjoys cycling, hill walking and dinghy sailing. She is newcomer to running to balance her interest in baking. Rachel also sings in a local community choir.