Debbie trained as a physiotherapist at The University Hospital of Wales. She gained a wide skill base in various fields, particularly musculo-skeletal work and sports injuries, before opening Woodbridge Physiotherapy Practice in 1993. Studying Craniosacral Therapy, Myofascial Release and the Bowen Technique broadened her knowledge and understanding of the whole person approach and the mind – body connection. These effective therapies enable her to treat complicated, longstanding problems especially those that have failed to respond to previous treatments – a challenge she enjoys. She is a keen sportswoman enjoying golf, tennis, netball and skiing.
Debbie has now retired from Physiotherapy but is still practising The Bowen Technique
Amanda qualified as a physiotherapist from King’s College London. She went on to work at the Ipswich hospital and largely remained within the NHS, leaving for a brief 3 year spell to work at Oaks Hospital in Colchester where she gained valuable experience in the private sector. After completing her Bowen training she joined the practice to help set up the Suffolk Bowen Therapy Centre. Amanda has a keen interest in sports injuries having reached National levels as a junior in the field of Athletics.
Barney trained as a Physiotherapist at Coventry University and has worked both privately and within the NHS. He joined Woodbridge Physiotherapy Practice in 2007, integrating a variety of advanced techniques and specialising in the treatment of physical pain and dysfunction. Trained in Myofascial release and Acupuncture and integrating many other techniques, he has a highly effective hands on approach to a wide variety of conditions. Barney also offers reduced cost, ‘multi-bed Acupuncture’ which opens up treatment to the wider community and makes it more affordable.
Louisa recently joined our team. She graduated from Leeds Met University with a BSc in Physiotherapy and has worked in Germany, France and Australia gaining experience in sports medicine and musculoskeletal problems. Now working with the Military she is responsible for returning Para Engineers back to full fitness through intensive rehabilitation using her extensive skills