Physio & Health Matters was set up in May 2000 at a time of change in her life. Over the years it has evolved into a thriving business. They are now in multiple locations and their main aim is to provide the clients and the local communities with a high quality professional service.
Kiran’s main interest area has been the sacro iliac joint and the spine as a whole; with a bias towards bio-mechanics and how the two interact. Bio-mechanics and the sacro iliac joint are two areas that have historically been poorly understood. She would like to have the time to look further into these two specialisms and write her own course and teach, to aid a better understanding within her peer group.
The journey of setting up the business and developing it has taught a many lessons and helped to shape in to the person she is today; for that she is grateful.
In 2012 Kiran was very fortunate to be selected to be a part of the Paralympics medical squad. That was a wonderful experience, that she will always cherish. She loves the outdoors and animals. In Kiran’s spare time she enjoys running, going to the gym and spending time with her family.
Paul joined Physio & Health Matters in February 2020 as Practice Manager with a view to supporting Kiran in the management and development of the business. Paul has had a long and successful management career within several business sectors and hopes that he can use this experience to benefit the company.
He loves living in the countryside, socialising with friends and is a passionate rugby fan.
Amie graduated from the University of Birmingham in 2009 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and she has worked at Physio & Health Matters since she qualified. Amie is a Chartered Physiotherapist (MCSP) and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC). She is a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).
Amie has always been fascinated by the human body and how physiotherapists can bring about change. She enjoys all aspects of neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy, but her passion lies in assessing and treating the spine. Over the years and with the support of a dedicated and supportive Clinical Director, Amie has established a good working relationship with local specialists and consultants. She prides herself on a personable but professional approach.
Amie lives in the village with her husband and her rescue dog, Penny. She can often be spotted walking around the village come rain or shine! In her spare time Amie loves to socialise with friends and spectate at live motorsport events. She has also previously enjoyed paddle boarding and hopes to do more of this in the summer months.
Expertise: Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, Pain Management, Women’s Health
Sanjeevni completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy from India. She worked as Senior Physiotherapist with Spandan Care Centre and Spandan Physiotherapy Clinic. She was on-field physiotherapist for Pune International Marathon and Oxfam trailwalker, also having published two articles related to physiotherapy in international journals. She pursed her MSc Advancing Physiotherapy Practice in 2019 from Coventry University, United Kingdom.
She is registered physiotherapist with the Health and Care Professional Council (HCPC) and is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCPS).
Sanjeevni has hands on experience in all domains of physiotherapy such as musculoskeletal physiotherapy, neurological physiotherapy, cardio-respiratory physiotherapy, Geriatric Physical therapy and Women’s health physiotherapy. Though she loves treating patients with the domains but has her interest in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy i.e. treating conditions affected with muscles, soft tissues and joint injuries
She believes in having patient centered approach while planning treatment and setting goals for patients. It is essential to find the root cause of the condition and treating patient as a whole which in turn helps to sustain a long term effect and making patient’s functionally independent.
Sanjeevni loves drawing, printing, knitting, reading books, cooking and socializing with friends in her spare time and also loves playing badminton.
Rewati joins us having recently completed her Masters degree at Manchester University, previously she had successfully treated patients with a range of conditions including musculoskeletal, neurological and sport injuries in a variety of settings.
Rewati is a highly motivated licensed physiotherapist enthusiastic to deliver high standards of health care services. Effective in clinical reasoning and decision-making skills she has the ability to manage complex clinical cases.
With a positive outlook towards her career and life, Rewati is looking forward to making a significant contribution to her clients. We are delighted that Rewati has chosen to join us and are sure that she will be an important addition to the team.
Jess started working for Physio and Health Matter in 2019. Jess has experience working within the health sector. She has worked for the NHS and care work for 5 years all together and has experience working in administration.
Jess is a big football fan, so always here for a chat about football and pently of other stuff. Jess played football for about 5 years. Jess enjoys meeting new people, watching films and swimming.
I have been the Bookkeeper for Physio and Health Matters since September 2016. I have my own bookkeeping and management accounting business and several clients I visit regularly to help them complete that day-to-day bookkeeping tasks plus giving them ongoing bookkeeping and financial management advice. I have always enjoyed working with numbers and after completing my Accounting and Management degree at Cardiff University in 2002 I moved from Somerset to Herefordshire and started working in a private accountancy practice. After working in practice completing Audits and Accounts for a few years I moved into industry with a company just north of Hereford starting as their Assistant Finance manager and progressing to their Finance Manager, however after working for other people for 12 years I decided in 2014 to go out on my own! Most of my spare time outside of work is spent either walking my Sprocker Spaniel ‘Oakley’ or watching my husband race his vintage off-road motorcycle machine around the UK and Europe! I met my husband at the motorcycle racing 22 years ago as my dad also races bikes and still does even at the young age of 70! I am also part of the organising team for the racing and am secretary for the European Classic Motorcycle Organisation which runs the European Classic Motocross championship each year.