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AT Physio is a family-run business and we are passionate about helping others to improve their physical health to enable them to return to the activities they need, want and love to do!

Our ethos is to use hands-on treatments combined with providing meaningful advice and exercises tailored to fit you.  With this we hope that not only do you leave feeling better but that you are also empowered with the knowledge of what you can do to optimise your recovery.

Tom Leith BSc MSc MCSP

Tom Leith BSc MSc MCSP

Physiotherapist and Graduate Sports Therapist

Specialises in:

  • Painful conditions/injuries
  • Sports rehabilitation
  • Post-orthopaedic rehabilitation
  • Vertigo and dizziness

 

What qualifications and experience do you have?

I graduated with a BSc(Hons) degree in Sports Therapy from the University of Hertfordshire in 2007.  Following this I worked as a rehabilitation assistant at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and then in Westminster, delivering rehabilitation in patients’ homes. During this time I also worked at Hitchin Rugby Club as their Sports Therapist; providing injury assessment, treatment and rehabilitation to players to their facilitate their return to match play.

In 2012 I completed a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy (MSc) at the University of Essex.  After graduating I worked as a physiotherapist at Ipswich Hospital and to ensure that I developed into a well-rounded clinician I rotated through different departments within the hospital before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy.

After gaining valuable NHS experience at Ipswich Hospital I decided that I wanted to experience musculoskeletal healthcare in private practice and now currently enjoy a combination of working at Nuffield Health Hospital and my own private work.

I feel very fortunate to have worked in a wide variety of healthcare settings in my career over the past 14 years and I have learnt from a wide range of health professionals including highly specialised physiotherapists and orthopaedic surgeons.  In addition to this, experience in both public and private sectors has given me a good understanding of both NHS and private healthcare services.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

In my spare time I love keeping active and being outdoors. I like all sports but have particular interests in BMX, cycling, rugby, tennis, football and snowboarding.

Amie Leith BSc MSc MCSP

Amie Leith BSc MSc MCSP

Physiotherapist and Graduate Sports Therapist

Specialises in:

  • Neurological rehabilitation e.g. stroke, brain-injuries, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis
  • Balance and walking difficulties
  • Post-orthopaedic rehabilitation

 

What qualifications and experience do you have?

I completed my BSc(Hons) degree in Sports Therapy at the University of Hertfordshire in 2010 as I'd always had a keen interest in the human body and combined this with my passion for sports and exercise.   During my degree, I was very fortunate to have been accepted onto a sports medicine internship programme with University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and gained a lot of valuable experience assessing and treating their elite athletes.

Following this, I decided that I wanted to broaden my skills to be able to treat people with a variety of health conditions and physiotherapy appeared to be the perfect option. I therefore completed a Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Essex in 2012.

After qualifying I completed my junior and senior physiotherapy rotations at Colchester Hospital over 6 years and gained skills in many different specialities including neurological-rehabilitation, orthopaedics, musculo-skeletal outpatients, stroke, medical and care of the elderly. I still currently work in the NHS as a community physiotherapist in Felixstowe and Woodbridge.

I thoroughly enjoy all areas of physiotherapy and feel that my broad experience helps me to consider all aspects of a person’s condition. I believe that this is extremely important, especially when considering how complex illnesses, conditions and injuries can be.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

In my spare time I am a passionate netball player; I am currently captain of the Ipswich Ladies Regional team and I'm in the process of completing my level 2 netball coaching course. During the netball off-season I enjoy many other sports including squash, touch rugby, tennis and badminton.