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Based at Bisham Abbey, Marlow, we are a multi-disciplinary clinic with 19 clinicians covering over 20 disciplines, including AposTherapy®®, Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Podiatry and Sports Injuries.
The clinic is owned and run by Gillian Morgan. Including Gillian we have three Apos trained clinicians all having extensive experience both within Physiotherapy and Apos.
The clinic has carried out over 150,000 treatments in 20 years, you’re safe in our hands as we have the combined expertise to get you better.
Our client base ranges from the young to the old and is drawn from the non-sporting general public up to elite world class athletes.

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Gillian worked in the NHS for 2 years and then moved into private practice in order to be able to specialise in musculo-skeletal medicine and have more time for her patients. She gained extensive experience in a number of practices both in the UK and abroad before setting up the Abbey Clinic in 1994. She has worked with numerous international athletes and teams including GB Rowing, Judo, Hockey, and the England football team. She was physiotherapist to the British Equestrian team from 1999 to 2005 attending European and World Championships and the Sydney Olympics. She has a special interest in Tennis and since 1994 has worked closely with the LTA Junior programmes at Bisham and was involved in the setting up and running of their musculo-skeletal profiling programme. She is a strong believer in continual professional development and has further training in cranio-sacral therapy, visceral work, acupuncture, JEMS approach, TMJ conditions, vestibular rehabilitation and the treatment of chronic pain. She enjoys trying to keep fit by running, swimming and cycling.

Rachel graduated 1994 from Brunel University College in Physiotherapy 2002 Manchester Metropolitan University MSc Sports Injury and Therapy Rachel worked in the NHS for two years before working in a number of clinics both in the UK and Australia. She spent 2 years on the Isle of Man working both in private practice and hospitals before coming to work for the Abbey Clinic in 1999 where she has become a highly valued member of the team She has worked with numerous sports, some of the highlights being T.T. and Manx Grand Prix 1997 and 1998, and the England lacrosse team in 1999-2001, including the World Cup in 2001. Within the clinic she has been involved in the treatment and screening of numerous atheletes, in rowing, tennis, hockey, ten pin bowling, badminton, and disabled equestrian team. She has always been keen on continual professional development and completed her Masters in Sports Injury and therapy in 2002. She has a keen interest in rehabilitation and incorporating in clinical pilates, she enjoys lecturing to various clubs, and (Rachel) in the past has been an external speaker at Oxford Brookes University She is a keen sportsperson, having competed in swimming, triathlons (world age group championships, Montreal 1999) as well as having completed numerous marathons  

Naomi graduated in 2006 from Coventry University with a first class hons degree. She initially worked in the NHS gaining valuable experience in Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation before specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2008. Naomi has a keen interest in acupuncture and sports injuries, having worked in youth football and rugby and currently men's senior rugby She is an enthusiastic sports player, competing at regional level in netball currently, which gives her a great insight in to the demands of high level sport and the importance of appropriate rehabilitation.