About Us

Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre

Hello & welcome

To a brand new venture

This clinic has been opened with the purpose of devoting itself to its local community over these tough times. With the desire to support you both physically and mentally following a biopsychosocial approach.

Our aim here at Cirencester Physiotherapy Centre is to improve your understanding of your injuries, so we can work as a team to cure your injuries and ailments for good.

Therefore our ethos is that we apply hands on therapy as a way of completely stopping your pain, but place as much if not more importance on education and exercise so that once we have your pain under control you can control and prevent your pain from returning with this new knowledge.

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Why I decided to become a physio

After fracturing the inside surface of a bone whilst playing moderately high-level football, I received treatment from the club as well as one of our family friends. The massive improvement I saw inspired me to pursue the profession.

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Fun Facts

About me

Best Skill

At the moment my biggest skill is probably rowing due to the large amount of time I spend training to improve.

Biggest Fear

The unknown! For example, I would be fine picking up any spiders etc. in the UK because I know they aren’t poisonous. However, in Australia I definitely wouldn’t, just in case!

Favourite Sandwich

Chicken Club sandwich from the Milk Shed, a small farm shop near Bicester.

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Our practitioners

mr wilson mbutu

Wilson Mbutu

Senior Physiotherapist

Wilson (senior Physiotherapist) is our musculoskeletal and Neurological specialist graduating from Holland Wilson initially specialised to a senior band 7 neuro physiotherapist working in London for the NHS for 3 years whilst simultaneously working in a private MSK practice. After 5 years of experience and learning he has joined the clinic as our senior physiotherapist.

And as a mark of his drive and personality is currently reading a Masters in ultrasound diagnostics which will enhance the whole practice.

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mr matthew day

Matthew Day

GSR, Physical Rehabilitation Trainer

Matthew has worked as a physical rehabilitation trainer for over 20 years, having qualified in Sports Rehabilitation from St Mary’s University Twickenham.

As a trainer he supports, trains and helps progress healing and functional rehabilitation through exercise and soft tissue manipulation and treatment. By working alongside physiotherapists we optimise recovery and maintain of health and function.

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Kind words from our clients

Google Review 5 start CirencesterPhysiotherapyCentre

Peace of mind

We're covered for anything

  • WPA
  • Cigna
  • Vitality
  • AXA

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