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Private Physiotherapy starts with an assessment to enable us to provide the most effective treatment. The physiotherapists will discuss various treatment options with you which can include:

Manual Therapy

Joint work to relieve stiffness and help with alignment.

Soft Tissue Techniques & Massage

To ease tight or sore muscles and fascia.

Exercise & Rehabilitation

We have a treadmill in clinic to assist with gait and running analysis to train the body to move correctly.

Use Of Electrotherapy

Ultrasound and TENS machines available.


Advice & Education For Self-Management

Our Physiotherapists

Jacqueline Hague

MCP BSc (hons)

HCPC registered, Chartered Physiotherapist

Jacqui qualified from King's College London in 2003. The first part of her career was spent working for the NHS in the London Teaching hospitals. In 2012 after the birth of her daughter she decided to start her own practice and in 2013 after relocating to Ely, Fenland Physio was formed.

Initially Fenland Physio was run out of a garage conversion from her own home but due to its success in 2015 the move to the current premises was undertaken. This has enabled the clinic to grow and provide a much-valued service to the community. Jacqui divides her time between overseeing the management of the clinic and providing hands on therapy to clients.

Jacqui has experience in treating a wide variety of clients including sports injuries, vestibular disorders and completes home visits to those who are unable to access the clinic. Despite working as a physiotherapist for over 15 years Jacqui still believes strongly in developing her skills and advancing her practice based on emerging evidence.

Our team member Jaqui.

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Be Reassured that you are seeing a properly qualified and experienced professional.

Physiotherapist is a protected titled and as such you can only call yourself a physiotherapist if you have the appropriate qualifications and meet the requirements of the Health Professions Council (HCPC). All the physiotherapists in the team are registered with the HCPC.

What happens at the appointment?

The Physiotherapy assessment is in two parts. Firstly, a history is taken by asking you a series of questions. Then a physical examination is completed using movements and specific tests. At the end of the assessment an analysis of your condition is provided. Guided by what you want to achieve a recommended treatment plan is drawn up. As you go through your treatment your condition is reassessed to ensure we are on the right path. During some parts of the assessment and provision of treatment close body contact maybe required. A full explanation will be provided and you are free to decline any part of the intervention.

What do I wear?

The provision of physiotherapy usually requires a degree of undressing therefore please wear appropriate underwear and bring any items that you may feel more comfortable in, for instance vest, shorts or swimwear.

Can I bring someone with me?

Yes we fully appreciate that there may be instances when you would prefer a chaperone to be present, however please let us know in advance if this is the case. In addition we can accommodate children in the studio as long as they are safe to be left unattended while you are being assessed and treated.

What if I want to make a complaint?

We provide a high quality professional service but if you are not happy with anything then please do let us know. If you wish to make a formal complaint then contact us for the procedure.

Can I see a therapist of the same gender?

Yes we have both female and male practitioners. Please let us know at the time of the booking if you would prefer to be seen by someone of the same gender.

To book an appointment, call us on 01353 661039, or email info@fenlandphysio.co.uk

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