Our team

We have an incredibly experienced team at Amesbury Physiotherapy, please find out a little bit more about us below. 

Meet the team

You will receive a warm and friendly welcome from our team which comprises highly qualified and experienced therapists, who keep themselves up to date with the latest research and treatment methods. We all have specialist expertise in diagnosing musculoskeletal disorders and injuries, and treating them through manual and rehabilitative therapy. Our plan is to relieve your pain, and restore your quality of life.


Nicci Caswell - MSCP, MMACP, AACP, HPC, Pilates Instructor

Nicci is a St Thomas’s Hospital graduate and has worked extensively within the public and private sectors alongside the Orthopaedic Consultants in both the UK and South Africa as well as being the team physiotherapist for the England Ladies Lacrosse team. Nicci is a qualified Manipulative Chartered Physiotherapist and a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. As a qualified Pilates Instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute she has been teaching Pilates classes for the last 10 years.

Nicci’s expertise is in treating joints and spinal pathology along with sporting injuries, returning athletes to their optimal performance. With a comprehensive approach to assessment and treatment, Nicci uses a combination of manual therapy, clinical rehabilitation, soft tissue mobilisations, acupuncture and Pilates to ensure a full recovery.

Georgie Duff - MCSP, MMACP, AACP, HPC

Georgie qualified at The Royal London Hospital and has developed high standards of assessment and treatment techniques working in the NHS and the private sector, both in the UK and Australia. Georgie is a member of the Manipulative and Acupuncture Associations of Chartered Physiotherapists and has gained valuable experience from running her own practice in Harley Street and working with pioneering surgeons and pain specialists at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

Georgie has special clinical interest in spinal conditions and sports injuries, and uses a combination of manual therapy, electrotherapy, soft tissue mobilisations, acupuncture, and core stability to promote natural recovery and return to full function.

Gillie Barnett - MCSP, HPC

Gillie graduated at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, and has gained a wealth of experience in both the NHS and private sectors. Gillie specialises in the musculoskeletal field of physiotherapy and has developed a keen interest in the treatment of all sports injuries, spinal conditions, rheumatological and post operative problems.

Gillie uses a combination of manual therapy, muscle balance, soft tissue massage, and exercise prescription to ensure a full recovery.

Alison Sheilly- MSCP, AACP, HPC

Alison qualified at Nottingham University and specialises in muscoskeletal injuries. She has a diploma in Sports and Remedial Massage and is a certified Pilates instructor. In addition to using these skills extensively in the treatment and rehabilitation of injuries, Alison also uses acupuncture and has studied its roots in traditional Chinese medicine practice.

Alison believes in a holistic approach to treatment and care and uses a combination of manual therapies, soft tissue mobilization, electrotherapy, acupuncture and exercise prescription to help promote a full recovery.

Sarah Ledingham - MCSP, HPC

Sarah qualified from Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 1997 with first class honours, following a degree at Loughborough in PE and Sport Science. For the next 5 years she worked within the NHS in Oxford, Edinburgh and Aberdeen and Worthing, specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy from 2000 onwards.

Sarah has a particular interest in helping people with acute or chronic spinal pain, influenced in part by having undergone spinal surgery herself in 1997. She provides a detailed assessment with the aim of getting to the root cause of the pain or injury, not only to ensure the best chance of a full recovery but also to minimise the risk of recurrence. She uses a combination of manual therapy, soft tissue mobilisations, home exercises, kinesiotape, electrotherapy and advice and education about optimal self-management and injury prevention.

Colin Campbell - MSCP HPC

Colin qualified in 1980 as a remedial gymnast in military rehabilitation before converting to being a physiotherapist in 1986. He has been very much involved with sports medicine, looking after the Army Athletic team and the GB Olympic cross-country and biathlon ski teams. . He was engaged by the British Forces Germany Health Service to set up and run their lower limb clinical biomechanics service from 1998 to 2004. Biomechanics and lower limb injuries are his particular interest and expertise. He returned to private practice in England in 2006 where he continues to enjoy his involvement with biomechanics, sports and orthopaedic medicine for all age groups.

Sam Pratt - BSc (Hons), MCSP, HPC, Pilates Instructor

Sam graduated from the University of East London and has gained invaluable experience working in both the NHS and the MOD. Sam is a qualified Pilates Class Instructor with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute, and completed a Sports Massage course with the North London School of Sports Massage. She is also a British Triathlon Federation Level 2 Coach.

Sam has developed a particular interest in the rehabilitation of all injuries but particularly lower limb and spinal problems and uses her expertise to combine all of these modalities to get her clients back to full fitness.

Kate Grant - Practice Manager

Kate is our Practice Manager, and is happy to answer any questions you may have in regards to our practice – be it appointments, pricing, health insurance, invoices, practitioners etc. Please do just give her a call!

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