Our team of physiotherapists are all members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and registered with the Health Professional Council who monitors competence to practise.
All our staff are highly training with extensive experience in treatment of musculoskeletal injuries and aim to achieve the highest standard of treatment for our clients. They are registered with all major health insurance companies.
Fiona Proctor MCSP
Fiona qualified at Bath School of Physiotherapy in 1985. Having reached the highest clinical level as a physiotherapist in the NHS, working at St Thomas’ Hospital and University College, London plus a year’s work experience in New Jersey, USA, Fiona established the New Forest Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 1996.
Fiona has experience in treating all musculoskeletal conditions, in particular the treatment of acute/chronic neck/back conditions.
Fiona has more than 10 years experience in acupuncture and has complete extensive post graduate courses in manipulative therapy and is a member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine having completed the programme in 1995.
Vicki Hill MCSP
Qualified in 1998 from University of Ulster, Jordanstown. She focussed her career in muscular skeletal physiotherapy, achieving a Diploma in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy from the University of Brighton and completing the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine programme in 2004
She is now a member of the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and mentors students working at postgraduate level, enabling them to achieve MACP status.
Vicki has worked for several years in the NHS as a spinal clinical specialist.
She has worked with New Forest Physiotherapy and Sports Injury clinic since 2008 and complements this practice with working as a locality and clinical lead in a NHS/MSK outpatients department.
Vicki has specialised skills in treating chronic pain patents and has undertaken courses in Cognitive Behavioural therapy and advises fellow physiotherapists in the treatment of these patients.
Gurdeep Sekhon MSCP
Gurdeep gained a Bsc Hons in Physiotherapy from Brunel University in 2003. He is currently working as a clinical specialist in upper limb disorders at Royal Bournemouth Hospital and is soon to take on the role of peripheral joints extended Scope Practitioner in Salisbury and will be performing all peripheral joint injections.
He has previously specialised in treating chronic pain and has worked with the renowned pain specialist, Dr Jane Hazelgrove. Gurdeep has also completed his post graduate training in manipulative therapy and is a member of Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
Graham qualified with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from University of the West of England, Bristol in 2004. Alongside his work here he works as a clinical specialist in spines and hips for orthopaedic choice with Southern Health, NHS and Foundation Trust.
Graham has extreme post graduate education on spinal pathology, persistent pain and hands on treatment and assessment techniques. He has over 10 year of experience treating all MSK conditions in a wide variety of settings.
Graham is a keen cyclist, mountain biker, races in local events and has a special interest in cycling injuries, strengthening and conditioning.
Stephanie, New Milton
“Vicki was excellent, exceedingly intuitive, professional and effective. Vicki also put me at ease and I trusted her not to cause me excessive pain during treatment of my shoulder. The treatment for my shoulder has dramatically improved my use, so much so I can return to work and eased my paid significantly. The reception staff have been friendly, helpful and professional too. Thoroughly recommend.”