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Welcome to Phasic Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic with two premises based in Redditch and Bromsgrove, Worcestershire.

Phasic is a private Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic that was established in 2005 by Nikki Mason BSc (Hons) MCSP initially located inside a fully equipped gymnasium in Redditch, Worcestershire.

The success of our Redditch Physiotherapy Clinic allowed us to expand and in 2010 we opened a Clinic in Bromsgrove based in David Lloyd Health & Fitness Club.  In 2015 the Redditch clinic relocated to fabulous facilities in Arrow Valley Health Club in South Moons Moat.  Both of our premises have disabled access, ample free parking facilities as well as access where required to the gym facilities for treatment.

Whether you are suffering from a long standing condition such as back pain or arthritis, have recently had an injury during sport or feel aches and pains during daily life or work, we have years of experience in assessing and treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal disorders (muscle and joint problems).

We not only aim to treat your current symptoms but also, more importantly, the underlying cause where able. All physiotherapists will provide a logical clinical opinion on your symptoms following a detailed appropriate physical examination. We then use a combination of ‘hands-on’ physiotherapy techniques and specific exercise giving advice on posture or lifestyle as required.

Appointments are currently available in Redditch most evenings of the week and Thursday mornings.  The Bromsgrove clinic is open on Tuesday mornings and evening. This can be flexible and may be subject to change.

We are registered with most Health Insurance companies including BUPA, AXA PPP, Aviva, Nuffield Health, Standard Life and more. 

Please call 07989 051530 for further information, advice or an appointment.

OUR TEAM

All physiotherapists are chartered and are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council HCPC) - the national regulatory body. This means you will be assessed and treated by someone who has undergone recognised training and examination to become a qualified physiotherapist.  All physiotherapists have significant experience in treating musculoskeletal problems and attend regular training and courses in order to remain up-to-date with current treatment techniques and skills.





Nikki Mason BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy MCSP



 - Clinic Owner

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

 - OCPPP (Physiofirst) member

I qualified as a physiotherapist in 1996 from The University of Liverpool. After completing junior physiotherapy experience for over 2 years at Derbyshire Royal Infirmary I moved to the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, an NHS specialist orthopaedic centre. I have worked progressively at different grades gaining experience in all areas including gymnasium rehabilitation, sports injuries, paediatrics and orthopaedic surgery. I have also worked in NHS clinics assessing and diagnosing patients with knee, shoulder and sports injuries. I have experience working jointly with a podiatrist helping patients with a wide variety of foot, ankle or biomechanical problems. I have attended a wide variety of courses including muscle control around the neck, shoulder, back and pelvis and have a special interest in pilates, having become a Pilates Instructor after completing courses by the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI - http://www.ausphysio.com/home.asp), who combine physiotherapy and pilates for the treatment of spinal pain.

Laura Corrigan BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy MCSP

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

I qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of London in 2001 and have worked in a variety of areas of physiotherapy since. I chose to specialise in the musculoskeletal field of physiotherapy, working for a specialist Orthopaedic hospital for the last 2 years. I have experience of treating a wide variety of conditions including sports injuries, low back pain, whiplash injuries and post-operative rehabilitation. Since qualifying I have attended regular courses to maintain up-to-date and evidence based physiotherapy practice. 

Lorraine Aspland BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy MCSP

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

 - AACP member

I graduated from Coventry University with a first class degree in Physiotherapy in 1998. Since then I have worked at a large teaching hospital and specialist orthopaedic hospital. I have many years experience in a number of clinical areas. Since qualifying I have attended a number of post graduate courses for example Bobath, Muscle Imbalance and Pilates. My clinical background enables me to assess and treat a wide variety of spinal, muscular, neurological and joint conditions ensuring a high quality holistic approach to care.

Charlotte Ward Grad Dip Physiotherapy

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

 - OCPPP (Physiofirst) member

 - AACP member 

I specialise in the treatment of musculoskeletal and sports injuries using manual therapy and acupuncture. I qualified in 1990 working initially in the NHS gaining wide experience in all aspects of physiotherapy. I have an array of experience treating back and neck pain after having worked for several years at a specialist Spine Clinic in the United States. Whilst living in the USA, I also worked with Orthopaedic Consultants specializing in ACL reconstruction and Rotator Cuff repairs. This has given me a special interest in knee and shoulder injuries. I have now been in private practice for 14 years and during this time, I have continued to develop my skills through post graduate courses. Of particular interest has been my experience in assessing postural, muscle and movement imbalances and prescribing exercises to help clients regain full function and return them to their chosen sport.



Martha Parsons BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy MCSP

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

 - AACP member

Maria Naughton BSc (HONS) Physiotherapy MCSP

 - HCPC registered

 - CSP member

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