Practice Principal

Jo Bond

Jo graduated as a physiotherapist in London and has more than 30 years experience of working in the U.K. She has worked in both N.H.S. and in private hospitals, and in a number of clinics in the private sector. In 1994, Jo established Wye Physiotherapy Clinic, and has overseen its development into a thriving, well-established practice.

Her caseload has a strong musculo-skeletal emphasis, with a large number of sport-related injuries treated, and these areas reflect Jo’s own skills and interest. In 1996, Jo qualified as a member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and is regularly involved in the activities of Physio First.


Janice Sencer

Janice graduated in 1983 and has 27 years of varied and valuable experience within the N.H.S., private practice and occupational health. Janice has worked in the U.K., Australia and Hong Kong and has a special interest in work related spinal and upper limb disorders. In 1990, Janice qualified as a manual handling trainer, and teaches within both hospital and industrial environments.

Jo Bridgland

Jo graduated in 2000 from Cardiff University with a BSc (Hons.) in Physiotherapy. Her background is in the N.H.S., gaining experience working in a variety of settings including large teaching hospitals, GP practices and smaller community hospitals. For the past five years she has also worked in private practice at Wye Physiotherapy Clinic. Initially she gained broad experience in musculo-skeletal, orthopaedic, respiratory and neurological problems and then over the last seven years, has focused on musculo-skeletal dysfunctions of the spine and other joints of the body. Jo is a member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine and she is also a trained acupuncturist and member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.

Nuno Teixeira

Nuno Teixeira is a Physiotherapist and an Osteopath. He graduated as a Physiotherapist in 2007 and as an Osteopath in 2014. He is registered and recognised by the Health and Care Professions Council – HCPC, the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy – CSP, the General Osteopathic Council – GOsC, and the Institute of Osteopathy – iO.

Nuno has been working abroad since 2008, where he has been acquiring professional experience. He first started in France in a University Hospital in Caen and then in a private clinic in Paris. He later moved to the UK in 2014 and ever since has been working at Wye Physiotherapy Clinic. He started as a Physiotherapist and after November 2016 he also started working as an Osteopath (after he obtained the recognition by GOsC).

Nuno sees the body as a concept of unity and he is also undergoing a Nutrition Advisor Course, in order to provide you with qualified advice about your diet, making it part of your recovery.

Keighley Hawkins

Keighley is a freelance Pilates & Yoga Instructor.  She is qualified in Level 3 Mat Pilates and in January 2014 spent a month in India gaining her qualification in Yoga after completing a 200 hour teacher training course.

Prior to teaching, Keighley studied Human Nutrition and together with her passion for fitness incorporates this in her daily life.  She aims to keep classes light hearted whilst developing clients’ strength, flexibility and bodily awareness.

Classes are tailored to suit clients of all abilities from beginners to advanced.

Lisa Drew – Practice Manager

Lisa is an experienced personal assistant, who has been working as the Practice Manager at the clinic for more than 13 years. She is often the first point of contact for patients, and her excellent organisational skills ensure that everything runs smoothly and efficiently.

Telephone: +44 (0)1233 812596
Email: jowyephysio@yahoo.com

71 Scotton Street, Wye, Ashford, Kent TN25 5BW

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