The West Country's Premier Sports & Spinal Clinic
Sports, spinal and rehabilitation clinic

exeter physio

Chartered Physiotherapists
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Our Team


Hugh Hugh Jenkins (Partner)
B.Sc.(Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HPC Registered. Graduated in 1991 from the University of East London. After working for the NHS and private sector in London he moved to Devon in 1996. He has a specialist interest in treating back and pelvic problems, and lectures nationally to physiotherapists, osteopaths and chiropractors on the management of these conditions.
Neil Davey Neil Davey (Partner)
B.Sc.(Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HPC Registered. Graduated from the University of Birmingham in 1997. He completed over 6 years of NHS work before moving to the private sector. He's played cricket for Worcestershire, Gloucestershire & Devon. He spent four seasons working with Exeter Chiefs Rugby Club and five seasons with the European Professional Golfers Association. Specialises in sport specific training and rehabilitation.
kate Kate Jenkins
B.Sc.(Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HPC Registered. Qualified in 1991 from the University of East London. She quickly specialised in physiotherapy treatment for the neurologically impaired person, at Kings College Hospital, London. She moved to Devon in 1996 and has since worked in Exeter in a regional neurological rehabilitation unit.
Libby Deacon Libby Deacon
Grad. Dip. Phys, MCSP HPC Registered. Qualified in 1984, she has worked in New Zealand and Canada, gaining invaluable experience in the state and private health sectors. Has worked with athletes in Canada at the British columbia Games and with Great Britain’s Bob Skeleton team. She has specialist interests in the pelvis in relation to sports injuries, core stability and its rehabilitation. She runs our essential pilates classes.
Zoe Zoe Dixon
B.Sc.(Hons) Physiotherapy MSc, MCSP HPC Registered. Qualified from Cardiff University in 1995. After working in Southmead Hospital, Bristol, she began to specialise in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy at the RD&E, Exeter. After undertaking postgraduate courses she worked in New Zealand. Has completed an MSc in nutrition and public health. Her main interests are sports rehab and trauma, both acute and chronic and the design of weight management and physical activity programmes.
Peter Hamer Peter Hamer
Grad. Dip. Phys, MCSP HPC Registered. Qualified in 1987, he began work at the Coventry & Orthopaedic Hospital Warwickshire then moved to Oxford and then on to Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. He then returned to Oxford specialising in orthopaedics. During this time helped to develop a service for Unipart group of companies, while outside of this he was the Oxfordshire County Rugby Club physiotherapist . For four years he was the physiotherapist for the Oxford University boat race crew. Has worked as the spinal triage physiotherapist before moving to Exeter where he began working as clinical assistant to Mr Schranz, Mr Bunker, Mr Kitson and Mr Mandalia. He specialises in complex knee, lumbar/pelvic and shoulder conditions. He enjoys coaching rugby and walking his dogs.
suechrisene Sue Chrisene
Grad. Dip. Phys. MCSP. HPC Reg. Graduated in 1987 from Cambridge School of Physiotherapy. She has much musculoskeletal and orthopaedic experience. She is an accredited member of the Society of Orthopaedic Medicine, the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and The McKenzie Institute. She divides her time between the NHS and Exeter Physio, and has specialist interest in injuries related to racquet sports, dancing and golf.
Tamer James Tamer James
Tam’s graduated in 2007 after previously obtaining a sport and exercises science degree in 2003. He was the head physiotherapist at Exeter City FC for three seasons. He specialises in sports specific rehabilitation and prevention of injury but equally enjoys treating non-sports related injuries and has a keen interest in spinal conditions. He is a qualified acupuncturist and a member of the association of chartered physiotherapists in sport and exercises medicine. Away from work, he is an international rugby player and also enjoys playing cricket during the summer.
lisa Lisa Pleasance
Bsc (hons) MCSP HPC Registered. Lisa graduated in 2000 from the University of Wales, college of medicine. She spent 4 years in the NHS in Exeter and London. Since 2004 she has worked in the private sector in Devon. She has specialised skills in manual therapy, having studied at Curtin University Australia in 2006. She is a qualified Pilates instructor. Her specialism is spinal pain and the ante / post natal client. She has particular interest in running and surfing related sport injuries.
michael Michael Dodds
Michael graduated from the renowned University of Queensland in 1996 and has focused on musculoskeletal physiotherapy, working extensively in Austrailia and the U.K. Michael credits the world leading approach to contemporary physiotherapy to Professor Peter O'Sullivan and others from Curtin University in Western Austrailia. This global approach offers understanding into the unique, individual drivers of pain especially chronic problems that have no specific diagnosis.
Nick Blade, Physiotherapist Nick Blade
B.Sc (Hons), MCSP, HPC registered, AACP registered.
On graduating from the University of Hertfordshire in 2005 he started working for the NHS in Kent. He soon specialized in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and completed 4 years with West Kent PCT. In adjunction to this he has worked within the private sector focusing his therapy towards sports injuries and spinal rehabilitation. Nick moved to Devon in June 2011 and enjoys a variety of water sports and football. He continues to work within the NHS and divides his time with Exeter Physio.
John Moore John Moore
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP AACP HPC Registered. John has gained experience in physiotherapy in a number of areas since he graduated from Loughborough University in 1996. He has worked for the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust and for a private practice in Northampton. He has strong credentials within the sporting world having worked for Northamptonshire County Cricket Club, England RFU and more recently as lead physiotherapist with Exeter Chiefs from 2007. John's sports background, physiotherapy experience and knowledge of strength, conditioning and rehabilitation has ensured the swift return to full fitness for elite athletes, amateur sports people and non-athletes alike.

Massage Therapy/Reflexology/Personal Training

Julie Tatman

Julie Tatman
Has 13 years experience as a massage therapist and reflexologist. She spent 12 years at a local health club and joined us in 2002. Holds ITEC qualifications in Swedish massage, sports massage, aromatherapy massage and reflexology. She is a member of the Westcountry Massage and Reflexology associations and has a special interest in muscular problems relating to physical and emotional stress.

albie Albie McMahon
Has diplomas in swedish massage and anatomy and physiology. He is a member of the Association of Physical and Natural Therapists and The British Complementary Medicine Association. He offers a range of massage treatments for rehabilitation, stress relief and relaxation. He also offers seated massage in the clinic or workplace.
Teresa Da Cruz

Teresa Da Cruz
ITEC qualified in Swedish massage, Reflexology, Indian Head Massage and Anatomy and Physiology. Teresa has worked in both the voluntary and private sectors, providing holistic treatments to a broad spectrum of individuals whose requirements have been both physiological and emotional. Seeing the benefits that massage and associated therapies have had on patients with long-term or terminal health problems has inspired Teresa to take a particular interest in remedial therapies. Her objective is to provide treatments that are tailored to meet the needs of her patients and take into account their total health and well being.

Graham Webber Graham Webber
DipFTST, REPs Level 4. Graham has worked as an advanced level personal trainer since graduating from Loughborough University in 1999. He specialises in advising and working with clients on effective and sustainable weight loss, exercise programmes and ways to improve core strength and flexibility. He has worked with a wide range of clients from total beginners to those with medical issues through to elite level athletes and provides a comprehensive assessment, lifestyle and training package to suit your specific goals and requirements. Graham is also a trained massage therapist.


Tania Boddy

Tania Boddy
Tania has practised Pilates for 15 years becoming a Polestar Mat Instructor in 2006, followed by a personal trainer qualification specialising in corrective exercise. She has attended many workshops including pre/post natal, balance, osteoporosis, lower back problems, the shoulder, and is now trained as a Comprehensive Studio Instructor, able to teach using all of the Pilates studio equipment. She also qualified as an Equitation Pilates instructor for riders.
Tania began working at Exeter Physio in 2010 conducting mat classes and individual sessions. Joseph Pilates initially called his work 'contrology' and Tania believes that it is important to use ones' mind to guide movement when problems have arisen and pays great attention to precision, another of Joseph's principles. Her belief is that we should have 'freedom to move'.
Tania has her own horse, practises yoga and attends the gym 'for fun'!


Joanna Bower

Joanna Bower
BSc (Hons) Podiatry. MSCP. HCPC Registered. Having participated in a number of multidisciplinary teams working with high risk patients in NHS clinics throughout the South West, I have valuable knowledge of diabetic and arthritic wound care, of nail surgery, as well as routine foot care.
I currently work in the private sector with a wide ranging client base covering all ages from young children through to centenarians. To continue development as a podiatrist and to further my interest in foot related sporting injuries and biomechanics of the lower limb, I am presently undertaking a MSc in Sport and Health Studies at Exeter University.

rebecca penn

Rebecca Penn
Rebecca graduated from Southampton University in 2001.  She worked in London for a number of NHS organisations and had the opportunity to work as a surgical assistant for Podiatric Surgeons and as a part of a multi-disciplinary team for patients with neuro diagnoses.  She has worked as a clinical lead for Nail Surgery and Biomechanics in the NHS environment whilst also continuing to develop her skills in wound care and routine chiropody/podiatry care.

Reception Staff

Our comprehensive team of reception and back office staff ensure that your visit is as smooth, efficient and comfortable as possible. They are here to help in any way they can.

Please email if you have any enquiries:, they will be pleased to help.
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