Kathryn Fussey

Kathryn has been the Proprietor of the clinic since it was set up in 2000. She qualified in Physiotherapy in 1975 and has gained considerable experience working in physiotherapy out-patient departments in various hospitals in both Yorkshire and Herefordshire.  She has also worked at Cheltenham Sports Injury Clinic and Frenchay Hospital, Bristol.

As well as working with musculo-skeletal injuries and sports injuries, her specialist field of interest is hand and upper limb conditions.  She is a member of the British Association of Hand Therapists and worked exclusively with hand injuries for 12 years, both in Hereford and Bristol prior to working privately.

Alexandra Butterworth

Alexandra qualified with a BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Birmingham in 2014.  She started her career working for the NHS in Worcestershire, developing experience in the core areas of physiotherapy.  She has worked with Worcester Rugby Club, working with athletes and gaining more knowledge of sports injuries and their treatment.  Her experience has allowed her to gain a wealth of knowledge of a wide range of acute and chronic conditions and treatments, specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients as her main area of interest.  Alexandra currently works in musculoskeletal outpatients at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, in combination with her private work at Bethesda Physio Clinic.
Josef Lock

Josef Lock

Josef is a Chartered Physiotherapist who qualified in 1994 with BCS (Hons).  He has worked initially within the NHS gaining experience in orthopaedics, ITU, care of elderly and neurology.  In 1997 he spent a year working at the War Memorial Hospital in the USA, before returning to work in both the NHS and Private sector.

Since 2005, Josef has worked within the private practice in Nottingham, Derby, Malvern, Worcester and Redditch treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries.  He is a qualified acupuncturist which he uses alongside his physiotherapy skills.