About Nicola Johnson Physiotherapy

Over 25 years experience treating musculoskeletal conditions.

About Us

Nicola qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1987 and early in her career completed a post-graduate course to become a member of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MMACP).  With over 23 years experience within the NHS treating patients with muscle and joint problems, she has held senior and clinical specialist positions demanding high clinical standards and has been involved in teaching and assessment of other physiotherapists. Nicola is a member of the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists and has worked in Advanced Orthopaedic Physiotherapy roles for the past 15 years. She has also supported many physiotherapists as pre-graduates & post-graduates developing physiotherapy skills working alongside her in clinical practice and is currently a Clinical Examiner for a post-graduate course in Manipulative Physiotherapy for Birmingham University.

In addition, Nicola is a member of PhysioFirst, the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice.

Claire works at the clinic also, bringing a similar wealth of experience to Nicola but including many years of working as an Advanced Practitioner in an Emergency Department locally. Her career path has enabled her to develop an expertise in the assessment and treatment of injuries resulting from sport and exercise in people of all ages and ability levels.

More information about our practice

All Chartered Physiotherapists undergo at least 3 years training to enable them to practice. Following qualification as a chartered Physiotherapist, they undertake regular courses to maintain the conditions of their registration with the Health Profesionals Council.

A physiotherapist whose name is followed by the letters MCSP (Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists) or FCSP (Fellow of the Chartered Society) guarantees that their qualification is recognised; that they are governed by a professional code of conduct and they are covered by professional liability insurance.

Call: 07891 378379 to arrange an appointment or click above to send us a message.

Can Physiotherapy help you?

Physiotherapy is the treatment and prevention of injury and disease by natural means. The aim of Physiotherapy is to help to alleviate pain, restore normal movement patterns and help return the body to its natural balanced state without chemical intervention.

Back and neck problems, sciatica, sports injuries, muscle, ligament and tendon injuries, arthritis and rheumatism are just some examples of a variety of conditions that are suitable for physiotherapy – please contact me to discuss how physiotherapy could help you.