Cadbury Physiotherapy has a great team of friendly, highly skilled practitioners who will ensure positive results.
Musculoskeletal physiotherapist and Director of Cadbury Physiotherapy
Kate qualified with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy from Southampton University in 2003. After a stint in the National Health Service, Kate went on to work as a physiotherapist in New Zealand both with professional sports teams and in private practice.
On her return to the UK, Kate worked in London before settling down in Poole where she joined The Harbour Hospital, working as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist for over 13 years.
In 2017 Kate set up Kate Cadbury Pilates, a local Pilates company based in Poole, and she has relished sharing the pleasure and benefits of Pilates with all her clients. Kate races for Team Great Britain in Duathlon and recently became a bronze medallist at the World Championships. She is passionate about sharing her love for an active healthy lifestyle and enabling others to live their lives to the fullest.
Musculoskeletal physiotherapist and Director of Cadbury Physiotherapy
After completing a Sport Science degree in 1999, Tom went on to graduate from Southampton University as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 2003.
Following 18 months in New Zealand working in private practice and with elite alpine skiers, professional surfers and rugby teams, Tom has specialised in musculoskeletal and sports injury management, including the management of cycling-related injuries and bike fitting.
In addition to his work in private practice, Tom is an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist specialising in the management of Trauma Orthopaedic injuries at Poole Hospital.
Sophie has been working as a reflexologist for over 7 years and is qualified in both foot reflexology and facial reflexology, together with the Zone Face Lift. She has also taken extra courses in fertility and maternity reflexology, mindful reflexology (targeting stress, anxiety and depression) and nutrition, in order to provide her clients with the best possible service.
Sophie is passionate about wellbeing and dedicated to finding ways for people to feel more balanced through reflexology. She works with each person on an individual basis, providing personalised treatments for their specific needs.
As a member of the Association of Reflexologists, Sophie meets the strictest standards for reflexology training practice and is fully committed to continually developing her knowledge.
Laura is a practising hospital Doctor with over 15 years of clinical experience; she also holds a First Class BSc Honours degree in Human Anatomy and Physiology. Laura combines her expert scientific knowledge with her passion for complimentary holistic therapies to bring you these blissful aromatic remedial massage treatments.
Laura began her medical training in Liverpool before relocating to Australia where her love and appreciation for health and wellbeing was consolidated. Laura returned to the South of England to raise her young family establishing a healthy sustainable outdoors lifestyle that this beautiful part of the country affords. Laura trained in holistic massage therapy to compliment and contrast her busy hospital career. She now offers a wide range of soothing and rejuvenating massage therapies which offer multiple benefits to the individual. Laura lives locally with her husband and 2 young children. She is passionate about spending time in the outdoors, open water swimming & yoga.
Laura now loves the contrast and balance she has in her practice and truly recognises the importance of establishing and maintaining wellbeing and self-care regimes into our daily lives. These therapeutic aromatherapy massage treatments can balance and calm or rejuvenate and refresh depending on your requirements. All the treatments are about creating space to rest, relax and take time for yourself.
Gina qualified as a physiotherapist at Kings College London in 2002 and has been working with people with neurological impairments for the past 15 years. She has worked in a wide variety of hospitals and clinics, covering a broad range of neurological conditions, including MS, Parkinson’s disease and stroke.
Her physiotherapy specialism is functional electrical stimulation (FES) and she is also trained in high intensity exercise for Parkinson’s disease. She also teaches Pilates (including ante and post-natal and for neurological conditions) and is in the process of completing her MSc in Advancing Physiotherapy Practice. She has two children and loves skiing, climbing and all things beach-related!
Nicky holds a Diploma in Sports Massage after qualifying with a distinction. She completed her training whilst studying at Loughborough University for a degree in Sport and Exercise Science. After graduating, she worked in high performance sport with athletes who went on to win a silver medal at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. She has recently completed her Physiotherapy Degree and has a wealth of knowledge to underpin her massage therapy. This has been put to good use through her work with elite athletes, but her vocation lies in helping people move more efficiently and without pain.
Nicky was born and brought up in the Purbecks, inspiring in her a passion for an outdoors lifestyle and water sports. She is delighted to be returning to the area with Cadbury Physiotherapy and is very excited to get out into the Harbour again.
Katie qualified as a doctor in 2006 from Cardiff University. Her work in the fast pace of emergency medicine led her to seek out yoga and she qualified as a yoga teacher in 2017 with Yoga Medicine. She is currently training to become a Yoga Medicine therapeutic specialist, and teaches vinyasa, restorative and yin yoga.
Katie completed the British Medical Acupuncture Society course in medical acupuncture in 2019 and is working towards her diploma. She is also currently studying Sports Medicine.
Life Coach and Yoga Instructor
Gail has coached people from all over the world and is passionate about supporting others to reach their full potential and live their best life. Some of the areas she coaches in include emotional and psychological wellbeing, confidence & self-worth, decision-making, increased balance and energy, self-care, productivity, habit and behaviour change. She is offering short and long-term conversation-based coaching to people wanting to make positive changes in their lives.
Previously working in business for over 15 years, her experience spans management positions within investment banks and working to improve mental health services in the NHS. Living a fast-paced life for many years gave her first-hand insight into how stress and a lack of self-care can affect the body and mind. She helps those she works with reconnect with themselves and create more balance, wellbeing and joy in their lives.
Gail returned to Dorset, having lived in many cities across the world including London, Dubai, Hong Kong, and Dublin. She has an Honours BSc degree in Psychology from Leeds University and an ICF accredited Diploma inTransformational Life Coaching from Animas Centre for Coaching in London.
Having practiced yoga for over 10 years, Gail has trained in India with world renowned Himalayan Master, Yogrishi Vishvketu (PhD). She brings a wealth of knowledge of the traditional practice of Hatha Yoga including posture, breathwork, relaxation, meditation techniques and philosophy. Through yoga, Gail aims to encourage more balance and connection with mind, body and breath, whilst building strength, resilience and flexibility.