Suzy Willis MCSP HPC AACP

Suzy is a highly experienced Physiotherapist who has worked all over the world, as well as practicing in Harley Street where she treated elite athletes and children suffering from Cerebral Palsy. For the last 16 years, Suzy has worked in hospitals in and around Oxfordshire and recently accompanied a rugby team on tours to South Africa and Stockholm.

Suzy is qualified in acupuncture and uses this as one of her modalities of treatment.  She also has a special interest in ante and postnatal women and those suffering from incontinence problems. She is very experienced in treating pre and post operative joint replacement and spinal surgery patients as well as other MSK conditions.

Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) 3646

HPC: PH20779

CSP: 034112

PhysioFirst: 6870 

Anne Cashmore

Anne has worked in both the NHS and the private sector throughout her career, in both hospitals and practice settings. She has worked at an amateur level independently with the British nuclear fuels football team and was employed  in Manchester by the England Rugby team physio, by whom she was mentored.

Anne has a keen interest and maintains up to date CPD in all sports injury medicine. Anne also carries a Bobath qualification for patients with a neurological disability such as hemiplegia or Parkinson's and has spent 5 years at Stoke Mandeville hospital working with children and young adults with disabilities, especially ADHD and dyspraxia, using sensory integration techniques. 

Anne has travelled in China, visiting many medical establishments to further her interest in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. 

Ann Ruppe

Ann joined us in 2010 to run the administrative side of our practice and is the first point of contact when booking an appointment. Having worked in the banking industry for 26 years, she brings vital experience and support to the team, allowing the practice to run smoothly and efficiently.