We are extremely proud to have a highly-skilled, talented and diverse team with a combined experience of more than 117 years clinical practice.
Our diversity allows us to carefully match the skill set of our physiotherapists and clinicians to the particular needs of individual clients in order to promote excellent treatment and outcomes. At times, we may also collaborate and work as a team to ensure that our clients achieve their very best potential
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, BA (Hons) European Business, MCSP, AACP
Chartered Physiotherapist and Clinic Manager. Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, Medical Acupuncture, Facial Acupuncture for Cosmetic Enhancement, Specialist Hand Therapist, Specialist in BPVV (vertigo), Specialist in TMJ (Jaw) and Reflexology.
Marie graduated from the University of Brighton in 2003 with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy. She gained much musculoskeletal outpatients experience from working as a senior physiotherapist in various NHS hospitals in the South East (Canterbury, Ashford, Dover, Margate and East Grinstead).
Marie has over 20 years diverse experience in physiotherapy and is absolutely passionate about helping people with complex chronic pain and combines traditional physiotherapy techniques with acupuncture and other holistic approaches.
Marie is the only locally approved practitioner with Arthritis Action UK in the Salisbury and surrounding area. Arthritis action is a UK based charity that approached Marie in 2016 to deliver their subsidised treatments locally after reviewing the Harnham Physiotherapy ethos and Marie’s extensive approach to the management of arthritic conditions. AAUK continuously seek feedback from every client seen – to ensure that an excellent service is consistently being provided. Marie sees clients subsidised by AAUK up to twice per year and gives extensive advice about arthritis management for any joint and offers pain relief treatments. Arthritis can be managed effectively and further joint degeneration can often be slowed down with the right multifaceted and holistic approach. Anyone with a diagnosis of arthritis can self refer to AAUK on this link.
Marie is a full member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and the British Association of Hand Therapy (BAHT).
Prior to starting her career in physiotherapy in 1999, Marie gained a degree in European Business at Loughborough University and worked in Human Resources for a multinational car manufacturer. Marie qualified as a reflexologist with the Association of Reflexology in 1999 and continues to work very holistically as a practitioner.
When not working, Marie juggles running a business with a very busy family life with two young children. Now that the children are both in school, Marie is back to regular golf at Salisbury and South Wilts Golf Club.
KAREN INGLISBSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSPChartered Physiotherapist Specialist in Neurological Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation of Older PeopleKaren worked as a mental health support worker in the NHS in Poole for 8 years before starting her career in Physiotherapy in 2008. She gained much experience as a Physiotherapy assistant for two years in trauma (fractures, falls), orthopaedics (joint conditions and surgery), and neurology at the Frenchay Hospital in Bristol. Karen studied Physiotherapy at the University of West England and graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2012. Karen went on to work with patients with neurological conditions at the North Bristol NHS Trust.After taking maternity leave and moving to Salisbury, Karen worked at the Salisbury District Hospital in Odstock, treating a wide variety of patients in acute medical care, elderly care, rehabilitation and stroke rehabilitation. Karen is now able to utilise her broad range of knowledge, skills and experience in the provision of patient-centred rehabilitation in their own homes.The clinic was invited to provide all the physiotherapy services at Braemar Lodge and Harnham Croft care homes in Salisbury. Karen delivers very popular weekly exercise groups together with individual assessment and rehabilitation of various conditions. This may include poor mobility, balance problems, neurological conditions (Stroke, Parkinsons), wheelchair appropriateness, painful joints, and difficulty with functional aspects of daily living such as climbing stairs.Karen is also involved with preparing clients for safe and timely discharge home and follow-up thereafter.When not working, Karen can either be found at the gym, the beach, or having fun with her young daughter
EMILY CLANCYBSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MCSPChartered Physiotherapist Specialist in community-based rehabilitation of the older person, orthopaedic rehabilitation and falls preventionEmily has 14 years of extensive experience in physiotherapy particularly in post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation, elderly care and falls prevention. She has much experience of working within a complex multidisciplinary team and has previously run educational classes for those undertaking elective hip and knee replacement surgery.Emily’s background is greatly enhanced by her eleven years of broad NHS experience having previously worked as a physiotherapist and physiotherapy assistant at the Salisbury District Hospital. She now continues her dedicated work in and around Salisbury.
CAROLINE WADE-SMITH BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, MSc module History Taking & Physical examination , MSc Advanced Clinical Practice apprenticeship (starting October 2020), AACP trained (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists), Foundation Management Course
Chartered Physiotherapist Specialist in Respiratory Care Since qualifying in 2003, Caroline has worked at The Royal Brompton (specialist respiratory hospital), Guys and St Thomas’, Southampton General and now works at Salisbury District Hospital. In an acute patient setting she has treated patients presenting with a wide variety of medical and respiratory conditions.Her 20 years of extensive experience in physiotherapy includes working within intensive care and high dependency settings, post cardiothoracic surgery, medical wards, specialist respiratory work (including Cystic Fibrosis), A&E and Acute Medical Units. She is currently the team lead in the OPAL team at Salisbury Hospital (Older persons assessment and liaison team), seeing patients in A&E and on acute wards with a range of medical presentations including COPD/ Bronchiectasis and pneumonias.Caroline currently supervisors and teaches new qualified and student physios and takes part in the Salisbury hospital on-call rota for emergency respiratory patients.In her own time she enjoy dog walks, bike rides, keeping fit, and being near the water and beach with her family.
OWEN MORGAN –
Deep tissue massage, sports massage and holistic massage therapist
Biomechanics CoachFitness Instructor (Level 2) and Personal Fitness Trainer (Level 3)
Over the past 7 years, Owen’s truly holistic approach and mindset has evolved to embrace highly refined specialist massage skills that are often integrated with tailored fitness training and biomechanical assessment.
Owen has helped a very diverse clientele with massage therapy that has been carefully tailored and delivered according to individual need. Owen also practices in and around Bath where since 2015 he has been treating the cast, crew and staff of a theatre.