John Brewer, Professor of Sport.

11 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

"I've known Anna for many years, and observed her working with high profile clients, as well as having had treatment from her myself.  She is highly professional in all that she does, and a great physiotherapist.  Getting treatment from Anna, or one of her team, is a guarantee that you will be getting first class treatment from people with the right qualifications, giving you the best chance of making a full and sustainable recovery." John Brewer,  Professor of Sport, University of Bedfordshire

Physiotherapists for the Take That Progress Tour 2011

10 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Anna Barnsley’s Physiotherapy team were involved with Take That’s Progress Tour. We spent the preceding months working with Jason and Howard, treating and resolving old injuries and getting them physically fit for the demanding break-dancing element of the show.  We were privileged to join them on tour, when, alongside working with the band, we provided acute injury management and implemented injury prevention techniques for their dancers. 

Featured in Tatler Spa Guide 2012

19 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

Featured in Tatler Spa Guide 2012 in their 'Top Experts in the Land!'  We are the only Physiotherapists listed and are as pleased as punch!

" NIGGLES AND INJURIES. Anna Barnsley is a physiotherapist with an encyclopedic knowledge of the body and whose healing. soothing hands means there's no ailment or full-blown injury she can't address. You leave feeling taller, freer and, often, as she works the body, having had a good old weep too- Barnsley is jolly good at releasing those pent up emotions. " 

Woman and Home

21 Feb 2012 - 12:00am

'We banished Back Pain' Featured in Oct  2008 Woman and Home Magazine. One of our satisfied patients testified to the benefits of Physiotherapy Treatment.

'After three treatments my pain was gone. But Physio is also about making lifestyle changes so the pain doesn't return. Now I've made my daily habits more back friendly'. 


Alice Hart Davis, Beauty Journalist

11 Apr 2012 - 12:00am

Over the past 20 years, I've seen a lot of 'back-fixers' for my perennially bad back. They've all helped to some extent. But none of them had the nerve to do what Anna has done, which is to not just ease the immediate pain, but to convince me to embark on a full-scale programme of rehabilitation to re-educate my postural muscles into doing the things they have spent years avoiding doing. It is a long, slow and frustrating process, but we are inching in the right direction, which is hugely encouraging after years of slow deterioration.