Storrington Physiotherapy Clinic was established in 2008. We have six Physiotherapists offering high quality therapeutic assessment and treatment at our two clinics. In addition, we also have a Sports Massage Therapist.
Filipa qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Southampton University in 2001. Following graduation, Filipa worked in the NHS for 5 years prior to moving into the private sector. Filipa has extensive experience in musculoskeletal conditions and post-operative rehabilitation.
As well as working and running the clinic, Filipa works as a Senior Bank Physiotherapist at the Nuffield Hospital in Chichester where she works on the orthopaedic wards.
Outside of work, Filipa enjoys spending time with her family, yoga and walking.
Sean qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Southampton University in 2001. Since graduating, Sean has worked in the NHS and has specialised in musculoskeletal outpatients. Since joining the clinic in 2010, Sean combines private practice with his NHS role as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist. He also works as a First Contact Practitioner one day a week in a GP surgery.
Sean is a competent musculoskeletal injection therapist and in 2021 he gained his Independent Prescriber qualification. As a result our clinic can offer private musculoskeletal injections into peripheral joints.
Sean completed his Masters in Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at the University of Brighton in 2017. Sean presented his Masters Dissertation research findings at the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists Conference in 2018 and was published in 2020.
Sean’s extensive clinical experience enables him to provide a thorough assessment and diagnosis of a patient’s problem as well as organising appropriate treatment, investigations and recovery.
Outside of work, Sean enjoys spending time with his family, walking his dogs and cycling.
Declan qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from the University of Leicester in 2018. Since graduating he has worked in the NHS as a rotational physiotherapist and chose to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2020.
Alongside working at the clinic, Declan continues to work full time in the NHS as an MSK physiotherapist. Previously he has worked as a pitch side physiotherapist for Horsham rugby club and led hydrotherapy sessions at Worthing Hospital.
Outside of work Declan enjoys playing rugby, travelling, spending time with family and the occasional bit of golf.
Nick undertook a degree in Sports Science & Physiology and then went on to study Physiotherapy at the University of the West of England. Nick qualified in 2007.
Nick has spent most of his working career in the West Sussex Healthcare Area. He has worked as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at Worthing Hospital for 12 years and in 2019 he became an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner specialising in upper quadrant (neck, shoulders, elbows and hands) and has been working for Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust since.
Nick also work as a First Contact Practitioner one day a week. This role involves working at a GP practice assessing and triaging patients with MSK complaints.
Lexie graduated from the University of Brighton having worked in the NHS for the past 6 years gaining a broad range of experience in different areas of physiotherapy. Alongside working at the clinic, Lexie works full time as a rotational physiotherapist at Worthing Hospital and has a specialist interest in musculoskeletal conditions.
Outside of work Lexie enjoys going to the gym, travelling and reading.
Fiona trained at St Thomas’ Hospital and qualified in 1983. Fiona worked at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore for 9 years and prior to this worked for 2 years in South Africa where she developed an interest in trauma and orthopaedics. On her return she joined and undertook a number of courses including a 2 year musculoskeletal course, qualifying to join the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Whilst working at the RNOH Fiona developed a particular interest in treating shoulders.
Fiona has also studied modified Pilates and values the combined concept of core stability, controlled movement and stretching, which she uses in her treatment, as well as many years of teaching Pilates classes .
Fiona’s main hobby is tennis, which she plays regularly at high club level and has an interest in tennis related injuries.
Danielle in an experienced and qualified Sports Massage therapist with a Level 3 Diploma which she obtained in 2003. She works with various deep tissue techniques to help reduce muscular tension alongside stretching and mobility work . Her aim is to help people who suffer in any way with aches or pains or are unable to train in their specific sport and get them back on their feet again. Danielle has also worked with many corporate companies providing chair massages to help staff with postural related issues.
Danielle is an endurance athlete competing for GB in her age group in Triathlons and Aqua-Bikes. When not busy training, she enjoys walking her dogs with her family or is down at Goodwood in her classic car.
Liz is our lovely administrative person. It is Liz who you will speak to on the phone.
Liz has worked as a freelance children’s book editor and, for many years, as an administrator in GP surgeries. She enjoys trying to keep fit by walking, swimming and weight training and is learning to play golf.