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What is Physiotherapy?

The CSP describes the role of Physiotherapists as:
Helping people who are affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice.

At the heart of this is the patient’s involvement in their own care, through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment

Physiotherapy with Ros

I treat people with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions from sports injuries to rheumatological illnesses.

I work in conjunction with my clients to help them work towards their own goals.


Most of my physio sessions are run in my physio room at my house in Greenhill Road, Winchester, Hampshire.

However, I can offer physiotherapy sessions virtually via video conferencing such as Zoom or FaceTime if you would prefer this or at people's homes if you live relatively close by.


What Sort of Conditions do I Treat?

These include:

  • Joint pain and soft tissue injuries

  • Back and neck pain

  • Sports injuries such as tennis elbow, knee problems such as meniscal injuries, hamstring tendinopathy and anterior knee pain, shoulder injuries such as impingement or rotator cuff dysfunction and ankle pain such as achillies tendinopathy

  • Osteoarthritis, frozen shoulder and hypermobility spectrum disorder

  • Recovering from fractures or joint replacements

  • Rheumatological conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis, axial spondyloarthritis (previously know as ankylosing spondylitis) and fibromyalgia

Attending Physiotherapy

During your first session we will discuss your problem, its impact on you and your activities, your medical history, any medication and your activity levels. This will give me an idea of what is going on.  I will then carry out a physical assessment to help and confirm a diagnosis.  We can then discuss an appropriate plan/programme.


Treatments may include some of the following:

  • Education on the condition and self management

  • A personalised exercise programme taught during the session and provided for reference at home 

  • Therapies such as soft tissue massage and joint mobilisations

  • Acupunture and/or dry needling

Dry Needling Therapy

Dry needling is more of a Western approach to acupuncture.  It uses acupuncture needles and occurs mostly into trigger points in muscle fibres rather than into acupuncture points.​

Current Pricing:


Initial assessment (up to 45 minutes) £60

Initial assessment (up to 60 minutes) £72

*advised for more complex problems, multi-joint issues or more time 

Follow-up sessions (up to 30 minutes) £42

Follow-up sessions (up to 45 minutes) £55

Fees are due within 24 hours of the appointment and can be paid by bank transfer, cheque or cash

Why not get in touch with me by email or phone to discuss your needs.  

Private Health Insurance

I am registered with a few insurance companies - please get in touch to discuss if I can see you through your insurance company and how this will work.

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