About Broadstone Physiotherapy and Aquatherapy
Broadstone Physiotherapy & Aquatherapy is in linked purpose designed buildings – one for Reception and Physiotherapy and the other houses the Aquatherapy Pool.
There is an easy to access car park with separate “In” and “Out” driveways. The specialist treatment rooms are maintained at a comfortable temperature by underfloor heating. There is wheelchair friendly level access through to the aquatherapy pool facilities with separate changing rooms and electric hoists if needed.
We are also members of Physio First, the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice.
This ensures that we adhere to strict rules of professional conduct and regularly update and maintain our skills and knowledge.
Our friendly helpful receptionists are always here to answer your questions and book your appointments.
Find out more about what our friendly team at Broadstone Physiotherapy in Poole can offer you, including aquatherapy, pilates classes, gait analysis and acupuncture by watching our video below. Click the video to play.
Meet our team below:
Fiona Collier has worked in the Poole area since 1980, specialising in musculoskeletal and recent injuries. Having worked in Broadstone for many years Broadstone Physiotherapy was set up with a new purpose built practice. She is a member of the Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists ATACP, the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM) and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP)
Outside of work Fiona has a grown up family, likes walking her dogs, gardening and keeping a few chickens.
Liz Jones qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the University of Brighton in 2002. On qualifying Liz worked at Bournemouth NHS Hospital and then specialised in musculoskeletal injuries, sports injuries and rehabilitation.
More recently Liz has gained a Masters Degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy and is developing a successful equine business treating horses and animals. Liz has worked for Southampton Academy football club and has also spent two winters working at the Val d’Isere ski resort in France treating skiers and snowboarders.
This work involved biomechanical assessment of skiers and treating members of the British Ski Demonstration team 2011. Liz’s interests include skiing, kitesurfing and horse riding.
Tom Cadbury gained a Sport Science degree in 1999 before qualifying as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2003 from the University of Southampton. Tom has specialised in musculo-skeletal and sports injury management, including the management of cycling related injuries and bike fitting.
Tom spent 18 months working in New Zealand working in private practice and worked with elite alpine skiers, professional surfers and rugby teams. In addition to his work in private practice, Tom is an Extended Scope Physiotherapist specialising in the management of Trauma Orthopaedic injuries at Poole Hospital and is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).
Tom is a very keen sportsman, with a particular interest in road cycling, skiing and paddle boarding.
Holly Hupfield qualified as a Physiotherapist from Southampton University in 2002 and has specialised in neurology for eight years. She uses an integrated approach including the Bobath Concept, motor learning and strength training with the ultimate aim of improving movement, function and quality of life.
Working for the last four years at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, Holly developed valuable skills in neurological rehabilitation including conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis and head injuries. She had the opportunity to treat people with complex and rare conditions and worked alongside the Consultant Neurologist in Spasticity Clinics.
Holly is also working in the neurological therapy team at Poole Hospital. Her interests include coastal walks, kayaking and spending time with family and friends.
Lee Barnett qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Brighton University in 1994. He is registered with HCPC and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. After qualifying he worked within the N.H.S eventually leaving as a Senior Physiotherapist. Since then he has worked in America in a Sports injury and Rehabilitation Centre and continues to specialise in musculoskeletal sports injuries and rehabilitation and has been lead physiotherapist for Brighton Rugby Club and Brighton Tigers roller/ice hockey team.
Lee’s special interests are the treatment of injuries within the performing arts, including professional dancers and musicians. He is a member of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM) and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).
Outside of work Lee likes to run and use the gym. He also likes surfing, wakeboarding, power boating and plays drums and double bass.
Lois Bickerton qualified from Brunel University, London in 2002 and has worked as a physiotherapist at Poole, Bournemouth and Dorset County Hospital specialising in musculoskeletal injuries and orthopaedic rehabilitation.
Lois spent 18 months working in private practice in New Zealand where she found her love for Pilates and the ocean. After returning to the UK she has worked in various private practices in the South West of England.
Being passionate about the role of both Pilates and yoga in physiotherapy treatment Lois is a qualified APPI Pilates instructor and Yoga Medicine teacher.
Her hobbies include hiking, kitesurfing and sailing. She has sailed across the Atlantic five times and has sailed to Australia in a Round the World yacht race.
Hannah Price qualified as a Chartered physiotherapist from Oxford Brookes University in 2013 and has experience working over several areas throughout Dorset and Hampshire. Hannah now specialises in musculoskeletal injuries, orthopaedics and Aquatherapy.
Hannah has worked with several sports teams including AFC Bournemouth Academy and numerous rugby clubs. She has a real passion for Aquatherapy and the ways it can benefit Patients.
In her spare time Hannah enjoys running and swimming and spending time with her family and friends.
Manfred Suttner qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1993 in Utrecht, in The Netherlands. He moved to the UK in 1994 where he has worked as a physiotherapist, initially in and around London. He discovered the Dorset countryside in 1997 and has lived and worked here as a physiotherapist ever since.
Manfred worked at the Bournemouth Nuffield Hospital for eight years and then settled into private practice, setting up a physiotherapy service in Wimborne and later in Parkstone.
He has extensive experience treating patients of all walks of life and has a special interest in spinal related conditions. Manfred has extensive post graduate training in various forms of manual therapy, he is an advanced member of the Acupuncture association of Physiotherapists (AACP) and has a very “hands on” approach to Patient treatment.
Since 2010 Manfred has also co facilitated meditation retreats and goes on yearly retreats to Indonesia. In his spare time Manfred enjoys long beach walks – and in recent years finding the time and commitment to practising violin.
Natasha Alan-Williams is a professional Massage and Myofascial Therapist and has been in private practice since 2010 working alongside other health care practitioners to facilitate recovery from injury and chronic pain. Providing therapeutic, deep tissue massage and rehabilitation for a wide range of injuries including sports and over use, chronic conditions, pain management and every day wear and tear.
Natasha also has extensive experience of working with people with spinal injury and neurological conditions including Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis. For further information please visit Natasha’s own website www.freedomwithin.me
In her spare time Natasha enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, walks with her dog, reading, yoga and cycling.