Alice Upfield

Senior Physiotherapist

Alice Graduated from Oxford Brookes in 2016. Since then she has gained a wide experience across multiple disciplines of Physiotherapy. Musculoskeletal, Sport and orthopaedic rehabilitation are Alices primary interests and areas of expertise. She has a wide range of experience working with different people – from newbies to weekend warriors and high-profile clients. Apart from her clinical work Alice is also a Senior Lecturer at St Marys University teaching the new generation of Physiotherapists on the BSc Physiotherapy course. 

Alice Practices evidence-based rehabilitation, using education and physical activity as the corner stones of her sessions. She is an APPI Pilates mat-work instructor and is trained to be able to rehabilitate using all the large Pilates equipment, including the reformer. 

In her spare time Alice keeps active and enjoys cross-country Running, Cycling, and going to the gym. Her love of these sports drives her interest to help others get back to the activities they love doing.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Physiotherapy is Conservative or nonsurgical treatment of disease, physical injury or deformity. The key methods we use are exercise massage, heat, treatment and other treatments such as shockwave therapy.

In your initial assessment, you’ll be greeted by an expert physiotherapist. Who will sit down with you. firstly discussing your past medical history as well as anything else may be relevant to your current condition, ruling out anything serious.

The physiotherapist will then undertake an in-depth assessment of your problem, looking at strength, range of motion, quality of movement, and any other assessment that Physio may see fit for the problem you have .

The physiotherapist will then provide a diagnosis and treatment plan prescribing the necessary treatment based on the assessment findings. This is where you journey to wellness begins.

How many sessions you will need will depend on the severity irritability and nature of the issue have the average number of appointments is 3 to 5 generally.

After a thorough assessment by a physiotherapist he or she will be able to refer you back to the relevant doctor If necessary, whether it be surgical, orthopaedic, neurology or GP referral. We have got you covered.

All of our physiotherapists what’s up dog at Shepperton physiotherapy have exceptional experience across a broad range of musculoskeletal conditions. You can take a look at each of a physios biographies, and this will give you a great idea of the specific experience, and this may also guide you in picking the right Physio for you.