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Pauline - The Boss

With 20 years physiotherapy experience under her belt Pauline created Zest Physiotherapy in 2015. Professional experience of working in the USA, Norway and Central Europe and personal experience of poor health, and the need to juggle work around raising 3 boys, spurred Pauline on to create a friendly, convenient home visiting service that worked in a flexible way to suit clients and therapists alike.
“In the beginning it was just me and my vision for a different way of working. I wanted to able to spend more time with my clients using all of my physiotherapy skills and help clients be more proactive about their long term conditions. I give my clients the confidence to gain control, be more positive, and stick to a plan consistently to get the results they want. It is this, essential element that I call Zest”.
“As Zest Physiotherapy’s excellent reputation has spread, and the practise has grown. I have been lucky enough to find other like-minded friendly and enthusiastic therapists from a variety of professions to work alongside me in my mission to bring the Element of Zest to our clients”.
The truth is I’m not really ‘The Boss’ though. All of our team are self-employed therapists who have come together with a shared vision to offer a unique package within private healthcare at home. This way of working gives us all the flexibility and the freedom to freely use our skills to help our clients.
Pauline is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC), Member of Agile (Chartered Physiotherapists working with Older People), and member of Physio First (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP).

Pauline - The Boss

With 20 years physiotherapy experience under her belt Pauline created Zest Physiotherapy in 2015. Professional experience of working in the USA, Norway and Central Europe and personal experience of poor health, and the need to juggle work around raising 3 boys, spurred Pauline on to create a friendly, convenient home visiting service that worked in a flexible way to suit clients and therapists alike.
“In the beginning it was just me and my vision for a different way of working. I wanted to able to spend more time with my clients using all of my physiotherapy skills and help clients be more proactive about their long term conditions. I give my clients the confidence to gain control, be more positive, and stick to a plan consistently to get the results they want. It is this, essential element that I call Zest”.
“As Zest Physiotherapy’s excellent reputation has spread, and the practise has grown. I have been lucky enough to find other like-minded friendly and enthusiastic therapists from a variety of professions to work alongside me in my mission to bring the Element of Zest to our clients”.
The truth is I’m not really ‘The Boss’ though. All of our team are self-employed therapists who have come together with a shared vision to offer a unique package within private healthcare at home. This way of working gives us all the flexibility and the freedom to freely use our skills to help our clients.
Pauline is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC), Member of Agile (Chartered Physiotherapists working with Older People), and member of Physio First (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP).

Georgie - Associate Physiotherapist

Georgie joined the team in 2019 bringing with her considerable experience as a neuromuskuloskeletal specialist which for those not in the know means she really knows her stuff when it comes to nerves, muscles and the skeleton and how these all interact. Georgie also brings acupuncture skills to the team which we are excited to be able to offer for the treatment of pain and muscle spasm. Georgie enjoys working with clients before and after orthopaedic surgery and with older clients who have functional rehabilitation goals.
Qualified in 2001, Georgie has worked in the NHS, private practice and for the military and was deployed on operational tour to Iraq in 2005.
Georgie enjoys the flexibility of her work with Zest and being able to work around hectic family life with 3 young children. “I like that I have a good amount of time with the Zest clients to thoroughly assess them and properly get to know them. I like that I can see clients make progress each session towards achieving their goals”.

Georgie is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC) & Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Scott - Associate Physiotherapist

Scott has a background of professional sports and continues to play football on a semi-professional basis. Having worked with a variety of sports team and lived in Scandinavia for 12 months seeing how they implement Physio over there, Scott has an obvious interest in sporting injuries and MSK (another pesky physiotherapy term for muscles and the skeleton, think backs, necks, knees, hips and shoulders as a rough guide).

“I am big believer of a holistic approach. As a physiotherapist I deal with human beings not just specific pathologies. A variety of social, psychological, spiritual and physical aspects need to be considered when dealing with the care of any clients”.

“My work with Zest gives me the opportunity to spend more time with clients which enables me to build a good rapport without the need of feeling rushed”.

Scott is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), and the Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC).

Andrea - Associate Occupational Therapist

Andrea is the first occupational therapist to join our team bringing with her 26 years of experience within Health and Social Care (so far, she’s just getting started). Andrea has worked with adults with a range of physical or mental health conditions and those with a learning disability advising on manual handling, hoist and sling assessments, wheelchair assessments, home adaptations, seating and helping people to be as independent within their own home as possible.

“I feel strongly that people are to be given the opportunity to live as well as they can, to help them find a ‘new normal’ following an illness or incident which has changed their life. I believe that individuals are often the experts in their own conditions and so I always start there to help them feel in control”.

“I have enjoyed my work with Zest making a real difference to individuals many who have not seen any change or improvement in their quality of life for a long time”
Andrea is a member of the Royal College of Occupational Therapists (RCOT) and a registered occupational therapist with the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC).

Pauline - The Boss

With 20 years physiotherapy experience under her belt Pauline created Zest Physiotherapy in 2015. Professional experience of working in the USA, Norway and Central Europe and personal experience of poor health, and the need to juggle work around raising 3 boys, spurred Pauline on to create a friendly, convenient home visiting service that worked in a flexible way to suit clients and therapists alike.
“In the beginning it was just me and my vision for a different way of working. I wanted to able to spend more time with my clients using all of my physiotherapy skills and help clients be more proactive about their long term conditions. I give my clients the confidence to gain control, be more positive, and stick to a plan consistently to get the results they want. It is this, essential element that I call Zest”.
“As Zest Physiotherapy’s excellent reputation has spread, and the practise has grown. I have been lucky enough to find other like-minded friendly and enthusiastic therapists from a variety of professions to work alongside me in my mission to bring the Element of Zest to our clients”.
The truth is I’m not really ‘The Boss’ though. All of our team are self-employed therapists who have come together with a shared vision to offer a unique package within private healthcare at home. This way of working gives us all the flexibility and the freedom to freely use our skills to help our clients.
Pauline is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC), Member of Agile (Chartered Physiotherapists working with Older People), and member of Physio First (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP).

Pauline - The Boss

With 20 years physiotherapy experience under her belt Pauline created Zest Physiotherapy in 2015. Professional experience of working in the USA, Norway and Central Europe and personal experience of poor health, and the need to juggle work around raising 3 boys, spurred Pauline on to create a friendly, convenient home visiting service that worked in a flexible way to suit clients and therapists alike.
“In the beginning it was just me and my vision for a different way of working. I wanted to able to spend more time with my clients using all of my physiotherapy skills and help clients be more proactive about their long term conditions. I give my clients the confidence to gain control, be more positive, and stick to a plan consistently to get the results they want. It is this, essential element that I call Zest”.
“As Zest Physiotherapy’s excellent reputation has spread, and the practise has grown. I have been lucky enough to find other like-minded friendly and enthusiastic therapists from a variety of professions to work alongside me in my mission to bring the Element of Zest to our clients”.
The truth is I’m not really ‘The Boss’ though. All of our team are self-employed therapists who have come together with a shared vision to offer a unique package within private healthcare at home. This way of working gives us all the flexibility and the freedom to freely use our skills to help our clients.
Pauline is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), Health Care Professions Council registered Physiotherapist (HCPC), Member of Agile (Chartered Physiotherapists working with Older People), and member of Physio First (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice (OCPPP).

Zest Physiotherapy aims to motivate older people to engage in taking positive steps to proactively improve their health and wellbeing, enabling them to maintain their Zest for life.

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