Our Background

We are experienced Chartered Physiotherapists who have enjoyed caring for both NHS & private sector patients in predominantly neuromusculoskeletal and older persons care.
Combining academic, research and clinical expertise into our work, you can be sure we are commited to providing evidence-based care that also respects your wishes and clinical needs.

Why Choose Us

We are passionate about helping our patients feel confident and happy to move for work, sports and everyday life.

Identifying the cause of your movement problems, collaborating with you on the plan of treatment and seeing results - this is our passion. 

 We treat our patients as if they were our family members - we want the best, everytime.

Vicky Hood-Moore

Director and Senior Partner

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 1995 (Keele)
MSc Bioengineering 2000 (Strathclyde)
PhD Biomechanics 2012 (Strathclyde)

Vicky has over 20 years experience as a physiotherapist with expertise in:
:: movement analysis
:: rehabilitation of the older person and falls prevention
:: neurological conditions such as stroke, MS, dementia andParkinson's Disease
:: home based rehabilitation
:: lecturing at University of Nottingham
:: LSVTBig Certified Physiotherapist

Catherine Moore

Director and Senior Partner

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 1996 (B'ham)
PGCHE 2007 (Nottingham)
MSc in Public Health 2008 (Nottingham)
Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy

Catherine's has over 20 years of experience of treating patients with musculoskeletal pain syndromes in the NHS, private sector and lecturing within higher education.

Her passion is empowering patients to become independent in the management of their pain and facilitating movement to its optimum

Owen Moore

Director and Senior Partner
BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy 1995 (B'ham)
Adv Cert in OH 1998 (UEA)
MSc in Health Services Research 2009 (Nottingham)
PGCert in Injection Therapy 2013 (Nottingham)
Crossfit Level 1 Trainer (CF-L1)
Olympic Weight Lifting coach (Level 1)

Owen has previously worked in the NHS for over 21 years as well as the private sector. 

His primary interests are the diagnosis and treatment of movement impairment syndromes and functional movement fitness.