Professional Physiotherapy


Physio To England Women Rugby Players!


Based at Xercise 4 Less, Fishponds, Bristol there’s free parking and easy access to get you back on track.


We aim to offer exceptionally high quality care and work hard to get you back to full function! Nicole Crewe (formerly Jones) works for a variety of companies including The Physio Crew, Freeways Hydrotherapy Pool and Henleaze Physiotherapy clinic.


She is the founder of education site and has recently moved to the Bristol area. She’s able to offer treatments at various clinics or at home. Whether you need assistance returning to elite sport, recreational activity or maintaining independence at home, she can help!

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Quick Reference Guide

Nicole Crewe Physiotherapist
  • Physiotherapy 
  • Pain Assessments
  • Hands On
  • Acupuncture 
  • Shockwave
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen
  • Insurance Patients
  • Special Interest: Shoulders, Long
  • Covid
  • Running Injuries
  • High Level Return To Sport
Stuart Sievwright Physiotherapist
  • Physiotherapy
  • Ex Military
  • Hands On Treatment
  • Running Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • High Level Strength Training
  • Back Injuries
  • Stress Fractures
  • Antigravity Treadmill
Milan Petrovic Sports Therapist
  • Sports Therapy
  • Personal Trainer
  • High Level Strength And Conditioning
  • High level Return To Sport
  • Sport Injuries
  • Manual Job Injuries/Repetitive Strain
  • Back Pain
  • Shockwave
  • Acupuncture
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
Heidi Smythe Sports Therapist
  • Sports Therapy
  • Pain Assessment
  • Cupping
  • Shockwave
  • Sports Injuries
  • Back Pain
  • Elbow pain
  • Knee Pain
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • Antigravity Treadmill
  • Studying BSC Sport Rehabilitation
  • Massage : Deep Tissue / Sports (Firm Pressure)
  • Level 2 Personal Trainer
  • Currently Completing PHICIS Rugby Pitchside
  • Hands On
  • Former Royal Marine Commando
  • Calisthenics
  • Stroke Rehab
  • Sports Injuries
Zoe Rawlings Sports Therapist
  • Sports Therapist
  • Hands On Treatment
  • Injuries
  • Massage Qualification (Medium Pressure)
  • Sports Injuries
  • Back Injuries
  • Ankle Injuries
Jake Newman Physiotherapist


Military Experience

High Level Strength And Conditioning

High level Return To Sport

Sports Injuries

Back Pain


Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy

PTI (In Training)

Tony Cole Massage Specialist

Sports Therapy

Pain Assessment



Sports Injuries

Back Pain

Elbow pain

Knee Pain

Stroke Rehabilitation

Hayley Chapman Physio Assistant
  • Physio Assistant
  • Personal Trainer
  • Injuries
  • Post operative
  • Sports Injuries
  • Back Injuries
  • Ankle Injuries
  • Stroke Rehabilitation
  • Antigravity Treadmill Specialist
Hermione Henry Physio Assistant
  • Sports Massage (Medium – Firm)
  • Fitness Coach
  • Interest In Sports Injuries
  • u75 ABPU Powerlifter
  • PB S: 170kh, B: 85kg, D: 187.5kg
  • Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy
  • High level Strength And Conditioning
ryan lark sports psychologist


Nicole Crewe Physio

Nicole Crewe

Why choose Nicole?

Nicole has spent the last 3 years with Phil Harris at The Newbury clinic gaining valuable experience working with both NHS patients and elite athletes. She believes in practical, honest advice to get you back to your sport as soon as possible.


Before that she spent two years at The Spire Bristol working closely with consultants such as Jonathan Webb, Jonathan Eldridge, James Murray and John Hardy. She has been lucky enough to be involved with UK Boardmasters, the special Olympics and local events.

Evidence Based Practice

Managing gives Nicole great insight into the latest up to date evidence and the ability to network with researchers across the world. This has allowed her to build connections with other physiotherapists to continue giving the best possible treatment.

Specialist Skills

Nicole is a specialist sports physiotherapist and has a wide experience working with elite athletes ( including England Women Rugby Players) and amateur athletes. She has a special interest in the shoulder and has helped many runners manage injuries before competitions. Her own experience in sport has taught her the resilience needed and psychological impact of being out of training. This gives her the edge in helping you get back on track and expert knowledge to ensure you get the right advice and treatment. People experiencing non sporting injuries can benefit from her systematic approach without the delay of waiting for NHS treatment.

Why is Nicole different?

Nicole will listen to YOUR story. She will address all aspects of pain or reduce function and tailor a plan specifically for you. She will go the extra mile to offer the latest, evidence based treatments and provide you with the education of how to reduce the risk of it occurring again.

Qualifications and recent Courses


Bsc Physiotherapy : Plymouth University
PDDip Veterinary physiotherapy

Professional affiliations:

  • MCSP
  • HPC


  • 8th-9th July 2013 Pitch side trauma care course
  • Acupuncture foundation course
  • Ski injuries of the shoulder- Richard Sinnerton – 17th January 2013
  • ACL, meniscal and ostotomy updates – Mike Risebury/ Mark Wothersppon/ Adrian Wilson – 9th May 2013.
  • LIPUS – literature review and analysis cost effectiveness implementation guided by NICE guidelines. May 2013.
  • Advanced Reading Shoulder Course Nov 2013
  • SOC Orthopaedic, The Hip-Explained, An update of foot & ankles

Why choose Stuart?

“Comfortable, in good hands. Professional employee with good knowledge of the anatomy and physiology to perform the correct procedures”

Mr A.


“I was very happy with the session. It was the first time I had had any deep tissue work and I really noticed an improvement in my back and neck afterwards. I felt like I was treated well and made to feel very comfortable.”


Mr. S April 2017

Specialist Skills

Many people book in with Stuart because they want to benefit from his additional knowledge as a training Physiotherapist and with his experience in military fitness and rehabilitation. If you are looking for some one who can identify the area that is a problem and provide effective treatment, particularly if you have a niggling sports injury, Stuart is your man!

Do I need physio or massage?

This is a common question. Massage is one treatment modality included within the umbrella of physiotherapy. If you have a pain from injury or a pain that has come on over time that needs assessment to get a clear diagnosis then a physiotherapy assessment is usually best. If you have general aches an pains but nil specific problem then try massage first and our team can refer you on if they feel it is appropriate.

How much does it cost?

An initial assessment usually lasts between 30-45 minutes and costs £60 with Nicole or £45 with associates.

Follow ups are usually 30 minutes for £50 with Nicole or £40 with associates.

Home visits (Bristol) £60

We also offer packages if you require intense physio input, perhaps to boost mobility and confidence within your home

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy helps restore movement and function to as near normal as possible when someone is affected by injury, illness or by developmental or other disability. As members of the CSP, physiotherapists abide by a professional code of conduct to continue professional development and offer high standards of treatment. 

How do I book?

It is easiest to book online at

We do not have a receptionist so calls will be answered at the end of the working day if we are with patients. You can either call on 0333 567 0663 or send an email to

What does an assessment involve?

A detailed history will be taken which gives the physio clues about the structures involved. The mechanism of injury and pattern of pain are very important in reaching the correct diagnosis. Once we have sat down and discussed your symptoms, restrictions in every day life and pain pattern we will then look at how you move, the joints range of motion and carry out various tests to reach our diagnosis.

Throughout the assessment the physio will be gentle and ask how certain movements affect  your pain. The assessment should not be painful and we will always find other ways to assess your movement if you are unable to tolerate any of the tests.

What should I wear?

To be able to assess properly physio’s need to be able to see the area affected. If it is a shoulder problem then you may be required to remove your top. For ladies a tank top/ strappy top would be ideal to be able to see the area needed.

For back, knees and hips it is important to see the surrounding muscles therefore shorts are a great idea or sensible underwear!

Do I require referral?

Nicole/Maggie are registered with most insurance companies and also treats self funding patients. Physiotherapist are autonomous practitioners and therefore do not require a referral from a doctor for treatment. Physiotherapists are trained to recognise patterns that may be sinister in nature and can refer you to the appropriate place ie orthopaedic surgeon or GP if needed.

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