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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Ms Fiona Goult at Spire include:
I graduated from Nottingham University with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 1992. After working initially in the main teaching hospitals in Birmingham gaining experience in all aspects of the profession, I moved to the Farnham area a year before I started work as a Senior Physiotherapist at Spire Clare Park in 1998.
I work in the outpatient department and have a wealth of experience in all musculoskeletal conditions. I have a special interest in the hip and knee and work closely with all the Consultants in that field. I also work in clinic alongside Mr Hull and Mr Perry as an Orthopaedic Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner assessing, triaging and managing hip and knee patients especially in the post-operative period. I also enjoy treating young people and conditions associated with growth and sport in the young.
I have completed the extended scope practitioner module as part of an MSc at Southampton University, I am also a qualified member of the Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists. I incorporate acupuncture into various patient treatment plans.
I am qualified in bike fit assessments and can tailor treatment programmes to individual patients’ cycle needs. I enjoy all outdoor sports including skiing and dingy sailing and am very active in promoting sport in children.
Special Clinical Interests: Hip and knee diagnosis and treatment, Adolescent musculoskeletal conditions, Bike fit assessment
Fiona enjoys all outdoor sports including skiing and dingy sailing and is very active in promoting sport in children.Back to top
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