Our Team

Kiran Sharma – Director

I qualified from Coventry University with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 1997 and since then, I have continued to learn through many post-graduate courses to fine-tune my knowledge.
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Emma Horne – Practice Manager

I joined Physio & Health Matters in January 2023. I manage the team and physio clinics, meaning I am not based in any one place for too long. I work very closely with Kiran our Director and no two days are ever the same.
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Amie Button – Senior Physiotherapist

I enjoy all aspects of neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy but my passion lies in diagnosing and treating the spine. I have established good relationships with local spinal and orthopaedic consultants and pride myself on a personable but professional approach.
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Sharvari Chitnis – Physiotherapist

I am registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and am a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (MCSP). I have treated and managed various musculoskeletal, geriatric, neurological and sports injury cases in clinical and community settings.
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Christy Lee – Physiotherapist

I have a vast experience in hands-on in various aspects of physiotherapy, such as musculoskeletal, sports rehabilitation, respiratory, geriatric rehabilitation and women's health physiotherapy. I enjoy treating all domains of physiotherapy, with my main interest being sports injurie rehabilitation.
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Tom Coyne – Sports Physio

I specialise in sports injuries and getting people back doing what they love, whether in the gym, sporting activity or just daily activities. I use a combination of soft tissue therapy, rehabilitation exercises and mobilisations to ensure you are getting back to your best.
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Akshay Dhobale – Physiotherapist

My expertise lies in musculoskeletal and sports injuries. I prioritise personalised care and ensure that my patients receive the most effective and evidence-based treatments. I believe in empowering individuals with the knowledge and tools to actively participate in their wellbeing.
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Vaishnavi Katwe- Physiotherapist

My professional journey is marked by extensive clinical experience, including comprehensive assessments and tailored interventions for musculoskeletal injuries. I have collaborated with interdisciplinary healthcare teams to optimise patient outcomes.
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Prit Shah – Physiotherapist

Due to my background in research and sports science disciplines, my interests extend from treating problems that are evident to the eye to understanding the biomechanical origin of the problem.
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Annamaria Molnar – Physiotherapist

My main interests are treating musculoskeletal and neurological patients. Apart from my dedication to physiotherapy, I have a deep passion for Pilates, which in my view, serves as a fantastic complementary approach to the healing process for many patients.
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Misha Sharma – Administration

I have been with Physio and Health Matters since 2009 as an administrator and have worked from the Knowle practice, as well as Ross on Wye over the years.
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Stacey Smithson – Receptionist

I am part of the admin team who deal with enquiries and process paperwork as and when required. I enjoy being able to help clients as part of their physiotherapy journey and I’m always happy to answer any questions that you may have.
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Melanie Marsh – Receptionist

Working at the reception gives me the chance to interact with a lots of different people, ensuring a warm and friendly welcome to our clients while addressing any concerns they may have.
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Book an Appointment

Appointments can be arranged by telephone or email. Self-funding patients can refer themselves to physio. We do not require a referral from your doctor.