Our Team

Lucinda Brock – Physio & Pilates

team-memberLucinda is the owner of Chipping Norton Physio. She specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and has a specific interest in low back and neck pain, and post-operative rehabilitation.

In 2006 Lucinda completed her MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at UCL and has worked in the NHS and at The Manor Hospital in Oxford. She is also a fully qualified APPI Pilates Instructor.

Abbe Bond – Physio & Pilates

abbe-bond_team-pageAbbe qualified with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy at Oxford Brookes University in 2013 and has previously worked for the Oxford Health Trust. She has particular clinical interest in sports rehabilitation, the management of musculoskeletal conditions, and post-operative orthopaedic rehabilitation.

As well as being a Chartered Physiotherapist Abbe is also a fully qualified ITEC Sports Massage Therapist and APPI Pilates Instructor.

Margaret Butler – Physio & Pilates

margaret-heneghanMargaret graduated from the University of Salford. She has over 10 years clinical experience in the NHS, working in various settings. She now focuses on musculoskeletal physiotherapy, is trained in acupuncture and is an APPI trained Pilates instructor.

Margaret previously trained as a dancer and continues to work with the Royal Ballet Junior Associates. Her special interest is in treating young people with musculoskeletal and sporting injuries.

Louisa-Anne Houseman – Physio

Louisa-Anne-Houseman-webLouisa-Anne qualified at Oxford Brookes University in 2004 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. She specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and her special interests include knees and shoulders as well as jaw pain.

Due to these interests, in 2008 Louisa-Anne completed a diploma in orthopaedic medicine and then further qualified in western pain acupuncture and more recently has qualified in administering cortico-steroid injections.

Jane Cunningham – Physio & Pilates

Jane Cunningham-ChippingNortonPhysioJane qualified as a Physiotherapist from Oxford Brookes University in 2016. Prior to this she completed a degree in Sports and Exercise Performance. Since graduating, she has worked in the NHS gaining experience in a wide range of clinical areas for example, older adult rehabilitation, supporting patients at home, community inpatient rehab, musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions, falls, rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery, dementia, and management of long-term conditions.

Jane completed the APPI Matwork Level 3 qualification in 2015 and has been teaching Pilates ever since. She enjoys teaching fitness classes and spin in her spare time.

Hannah Carter – Pilates

HannahHannah teaches Pilates with us. She qualified in 2007 having first completed a BSc in Human Biology and then an MSc in Physiotherapy at King’s College London. Since qualifying she has worked in the NHS in Stoke-on-Trent and then Oxford.

Hannah is an experienced instructor who enjoys working closely with her clients to enable them to get the most out of her classes.

James Bartoli-Edwards – Sports Massage Therapist

James Bartoli-Edwards-Chipping Norton PhysioJames qualified with a distinction in an internationally recognised Sports Massage course from Cotswold Academy. He is excited to help improve people’s pain and ability and firmly believes that sports massage is not just for athletes.

A session with James involves treating a targeted issue through postural assessments and testing your range of movement. So, whether you have back pain from sitting at your computer or pulled a muscle at the gym, his appointments are appropriate for all ages and levels of fitness.