Welcome to the Clinic and thank you for taking some time to look at the services we offer. I am the clinical lead of the Cotswold Physio Rooms and have extensive knowledge on the management of pain and injuries.
Within my career I have covered many areas of physio treatment including orthopaedic, sport injury and specialist care in neck and back management of acute and chronic conditions.
The clinic has the best facilities for treatments, we use video treadmill for gait assessment. All treatments are completed by physiotherapist who have solid knowledge of many conditions and injuries, we offer sports massages that is a skill that must be provided by a physiotherapist so that we can identify any undying conditions that can be present with injury and pain .
Furthermore my name and clinic is well respected with the local surgeries and consultants allowing a personal referral for patients that require further management via private and NHS treatment.
I qualified from Nottingham University in 2008, and spent a little over three years working across two large acute London NHS Trusts, where I honed my skills as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist, but also gained valuable and fascinating experience working in orthopedic, neurological and amputee physiotherapy. I then moved to Oxfordshire in 2012 where I have since worked exclusively in the field of musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Along the way I have picked up skills in a range of exciting environments – pitchside at rugby games, slopeside at the Relentless Big Freeze Festival for elite skiers and snowboarders, and also in the pool when providing hydrotherapy to a range of patients with a range of complaints.
Although I have a personal interest in pretty much every sport, I spend just as much time treating non-sports related injuries. My experience and enthusiasm for treating musculoskeletal injuries, alongside postgraduate training in acupuncture, K-Taping, spinal manipulation and Pilates provides me with the breadth of knowledge needed to get the best results from you.
Alessandra Suozzi graduated with honours from Colegio Universitario de Rehabilitacion “May Hamilton”, Venezuela in 2008 with an Associate degree in physiotherapy, and completed her Bachelor’s degree with honours in Columbus University of Panama in 2011. Since 2008 she has practised in the area of neurological rehabilitation in Venezuela.
Alessandra has completed post graduate courses in Myofascial release techniques, soft osteopathy and as a certified K- Taping therapist. She has travelled to United Kingdom to complete her advanced level training in the Bobath Concept which helps her develop a better understanding of her clients assessments, needs and treatment options.
She worked in Canada for 7 years and was involved with the continuous Physiotherapy Clinical Education Program from the University of Toronto, which provides clinical internships for PT students. She recently moved to UK to continue deepen her knowledge in the neurological field. In her free time, Alessandra enjoys outdoor activities.
MSc Physiotherapy MCSP
BSc (Hons) Exercise and Sport Science
Ali qualified from Oxford Brookes University in 2017 with an MSc in Physiotherapy. He has gained a wide variety of experiences in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and elite sport. Previously, Ali completed a BSc (Hons) in Exercise and Sport Science at Manchester Metropolitan University gaining an in-depth knowledge of the biomechanical principles of human movement.
He currently works full-time in a private hospital as an orthopaedic physiotherapist, working with a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions and providing a range of individualised physiotherapy treatments for patients needing pre or post-surgical rehabilitation of hips, shoulders, spines, knees, hands and feet.
Ali has a special interest and expertise in the treatment and management of sports injuries, back and neck problems, lower limb injuries and strength and conditioning. His own participation in elite sport and exercise over the years has given him a firm belief in the importance of educating and informing the individual on how to effectively self-manage their musculoskeletal problems.