Spire Cardiff Hospital will begin a refurbishment programme on ward 1 which is located on the ground floor of the hospital. The hospital may be a little noisier than usual and we apologise in advance for any disruption or inconvenience this may cause. We appreciate your patience during this period.

Meet our team of physiotherapists

Find out more about our expert team of physiotherapists at Perform Cardiff.

Our expert clinical team

Our specialist chartered physiotherapists are hand-picked and work together with a multi-disciplinary team of sports and exercise medicine consultants, podiatrists and sports massage therapists.

Charlotte Linton-Perry: Physiotherapy Perform Manager

Charlotte Linton-Perry BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC, Deputy Perform Lead 

I am the Physiotherapy Perform Manager at Spire Cardiff Hospital. Having graduated from Cardiff University in 1999, I have worked for Spire Healthcare since 2002, working in both the outpatient and inpatient settings. My specialist interests include the management of the shoulder, hip, knee and spine in both the pre-operative and post-operative stages of treatment. Other interests include the management of sports injuries both conservatively and post-surgical interventions. I am trained in shockwave therapy for conditions such as plantar fasciitis and also trained in acupuncture. 

Andy Berry

Andy Berry MSc, BSc, MCSP, HCPC

I graduated from Cardiff in 2003 and am now a highly specialist physiotherapist at Spire Cardiff Hospital. I've worked at the hospital since 2010 following periods within the NHS, other private sector hospitals and clinics, the Ministry of Defence and in professional sport. I have a keen clinical interest in musculoskeletal conditions with particular reference to functional biomechanics in cycling and triathlon. I furthered my education by completing my MSc in Sports Physiotherapy and have worked with elite level athletes at London Irish RFC and British Basketball. I run our physiotherapy led injection clinic at Cardiff and am also trained in the use of acupuncture.

David Bromley

David Bromley BSc, MSc, MACP, MCSP, HCPC

I graduated from King's College, London in 2000 and worked predominately for the NHS as a senior physiotherapist and clinical specialist, before joining Spire Healthcare in 2011. I have extensive experience in musculoskeletal sports injuries and spinal conditions, having worked in a number of areas from chronic pain clinics through to the rehabilitation of elite athletes. In 2012 I completed my MACP post graduate training at Cardiff University.

Pippa Carter

Pippa Carter MSc, BSc (Hons), MCSP, HCPC

I am a highly specialist physiotherapist who has a wide range of experience within musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy with a special interest in the field of dance medicine and science. I have worked with the Royal Ballet Company, major West End shows and the BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing. In 2010 I completed my MSc in Sports Physiotherapy at Cardiff University. I am also trained in clinical Pilates and acupuncture.

Jackie Zaslona

Jackie Zaslona BEd, MCSP, HCP

I am a highly experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist with over 25 years of clinical practice ranging from acute post-surgical treatment to advanced elite athlete rehabilitation. I have worked at four Olympic Games as a physiotherapist which has given me valuable insight into the complexities of sports injuries. My key areas of expertise are movement analysis and performance rehabilitation with a personal interest in spinal and shoulder conditions.

Rebekah Knight

Rebekah Knight PGDip, BSc (hons), MCSP, MHCPC 

I have been working as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist since 2013 and since then have gained a wealth of experience in the private sector within a variety of settings including sport, outpatients and occupational health. I am trained in acupuncture and have a PGDip in Sport and Exercise Physiotherapy, having worked with people ranging from recreational runners to professional athletes across multiple sports. I am interested in making exercise more inclusive and accessible and enjoy using my musculoskeletal approach to provide unique insight within my work with Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease. This includes designing and leading ‘Health and Wellness Events’ for CMTUK, which gained lottery funding and have since been repeated across the UK and online, as well as video and written resources to charities internationally.

Konstantina Kyrou (in-patient)

I am one of the qualified physiotherapists at Spire Cardiff Hospital for our inpatients. 

Sophie Hutchin (in-patient)

I am one of the qualified physiotherapists at Spire Cardiff Hospital for our inpatients. 

Megan Prosser (Physiotherapy Assistant)

I am one of the physiotherapy assistants at Spire Cardiff Hospital.