Dr Esther Fox


Director of Physiotherapy and Clinical Lead, Chartered Physiotherapist

Esther started her career in Physiotherapy in 2003 working at East Surrey Hospital, where she rotated around the various disciplines within an acute hospital setting. In 2005 she moved to Devon to be closer to family. She worked in Exeter in both NHS and private sectors, with people affected by neurological, musculo-skeletal and orthopaedic conditions. Within that time, she also worked as a Physiotherapist in a school for children with complex disabilities.

In 2011, she worked as Research Fellow and Lecturer in Physiotherapy at Plymouth University, and consequently received her Doctorate in 2015, she has since published research and lectured internationally. Esther is registered with The Health Care Professions Council (HCPC), The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP) and The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Outside of work her passion has always been horses. She rode racehorses in Cheltenham and Epsom before moving to Devon. She competed in Dressage and Show jumping and has been involved with elite Equestrian sport for 20 years.

Kelly is our graduate Physiotherapist, Sports Massage Therapist and Pilates Teacher. Kelly is registered with The Health Care Professions Council (HCPC) and The Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP).  Prior to qualifying as a Physiotherapist, she worked as a Riding Instructor where she developed an interest in rider biomechanics, training and rehabilitation. She worked with charities such as Help for Heroes and Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA). Since commencing her Physiotherapy career she enjoys treating musculoskeletal and sports injuries. 

Outside of the clinic Kelly continues to ride and train horses with her own natural methods of horsemanship. She has two children and enjoys yoga.

Kelly Oswin

Kelly Oswin BSc (hons) MCSP

Chartered Physiotherapist

Daisy Peters BSc hons MSTOCP

Daisy Peters BSc (hons) MSTOCP

Sports Therapist

Daisy began her career in The Health and Fitness industry in 2018, she completed her degree in Sports Therapy and Injury Rehabilitation and is now a qualified ‘Sports Therapist’ and a member of the ‘Sports Therapy Organisation’.


Whether treating clients in the clinic or working with them in the gym, Daisy never uses a one size fits all approach to recovering from injuries. She really enjoys working one to one with clients, to understand and build an approach that works best for their lifestyle. Daisy’s practice is regularly updated and in line with current clinical research. When not in the clinic or the gym, Daisy can often be found running, cycling, climbing or adventuring with her daughter Lily.

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