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Physiotherapy on a womans leg


Fleet Physiotherapy provides high-quality physiotherapy services in Fleet and surrounding areas and is open 6 days a week for your convenience.

Offering a vast range of therapy, we treat the person not the condition and will follow you all the way through rehabilitation.

Meet The Team: Welcome


Meet The Team: Team Members



Tracy is a Chartered Physiotherapist who qualified in 2006 from the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, with a BSc Hons (Physiotherapy). She did her community service year in the Out-Patient clinics around Northern Johannesburg and Halfway House in 2007.  Prior to becoming a physiotherapist, Tracy was an attorney and worked for twelve years as an international corporate tax advisor with a Big Four Accounting firm.

In addition to her physiotherapy degree, Tracy has completed her Sports Physiotherapy Level I post-graduate course in South Africa (SPT). Tracy also has completed dry needling courses, lower limb biomechanics and is a qualified Kinesiotape practitioner.   Tracy moved to Fleet in 2011 and started working at Fleet Physio shortly after.  She bought the practice in 2015.  

Since qualifying as a physiotherapist, Tracy has worked in family-oriented private practices, dealing with a wide variety of conditions including sports injuries to triathletes, cyclists, long-distance runners. In 2010 she worked with a team of physiotherapists on a neurosurgery ward treating and rehabilitating patients after neck and back surgeries. She ran regular Physiotherapy-Based Back Pain Classes for two years.

Tracy's experience to date includes treating children who have suffered a sports injury and rehabilitating them back to their favourite sport. Tracy has worked as part of teams treating cyclists at the 94.7 Road Race in Johannesburg, and runners at the Randburg Athletics Club races. 

Tracy has a particular interest in running, having been a long-distance runner herself (a long time ago) and having worked with ultramarathon runners in South Africa. She also has an interest in swimming and cycling injuries.

She has two not-so-small boys who are mad about cricket, hockey, and football.


Vicky qualified from Keele University in 2002 with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. She worked at the Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital Foundation Trust completing her junior rotations and Band 6 rotations. Gaining experience in orthopaedics, musculoskeletal outpatients, neurology, and respiratory conditions. Vicky led the Basingstoke branch Ankylosing Spondylitis Society exercise class on a weekly basis. In 2008 Vicky moved to work for the MOD treating soldiers where timely assessment, diagnosis, and management are critical. During her time with the MOD, she has developed an interest in rehabilitation focusing on functional movements and strength.

In 2015 Vicky completed her MSc in Sport and Exercise Medicine. This has enhanced her skills in treating an array of conditions in the athletic population. Of late she has developed somewhat of a passion for gait analysis and running re-education.

Vicky is a keen badminton player, competing in the local league. She shares her enthusiasm and passion for the game by coaching at a local junior badminton club.



James qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Southampton University and has over 12 years of varied experience managing musculoskeletal and sporting problems. He initially worked for the NHS and the military, gaining experience and expertise in managing patients with musculoskeletal, orthopaedic, rheumatological, and paediatric pathologies.

James has worked in private healthcare for over 8 years, during this time he ran a busy sports injury clinic within a gym, worked closely with local Orthopaedic consultants. James has worked as a senior physiotherapist for a private hospital in Guildford and has 5 years of experience treating players from the Guildford Flames professional ice hockey team. James also has experience in running physiotherapy exercise classes. James believes in treating the individual and identifying the root cause, in order to return patients to full sporting and or functional ability. Treatment sessions are dynamic and tailored to meet the needs of each patient.


James has been a senior physiotherapist on 3 grand cycling tours providing management of acute and chronic injuries often in a demanding and pressurised environment. This involved providing physiotherapy support to elite and professional cycling personnel. Including members of the pro cycling team Novo Nordisk. Due to his experience within the cycling environment, he has a special interest in the assessment and management of all cycling injuries and is a physiotherapist bike fitter.

As a former competitive athlete and rugby player, James has had many sporting injuries and is empathetic with his patients throughout the rehabilitation process.


James is passionate about physiotherapy and is interested in managing all musculoskeletal and sporting injuries, including pre and post-operative rehabilitation. James is happy treating everyone whether you are a professional sportsperson, weekend warrior or a non-sporty person.


In his spare time, James is a keen mountain biker, plays in a Brazilian samba-reggae band and has a young daughter obsessed with Frozen.


Daniela qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008 in Basel, Switzerland. Following her graduation, she then worked for 2 years in a Swiss rehabilitation clinic, treating in- and outpatients with musculoskeletal, rheumatological, and orthopaedic diagnoses. Daniela was at the same time running fitness and aqua therapy classes and working with students.  

In 2012 she moved to the UK, braving the jump into private practice at the same time, and has over the last 9 years working in a variety of clinics, treating patients with musculoskeletal problems and running Pilates and back care classes, attending further courses on rehabilitation, pain, acupuncture, and manual therapy.

Daniela has a background in myofascial trigger point therapy, acupuncture, and clinical pilates which allows her to assess and work with her patients thoroughly, identifying where problems come from. She really believes in her patients understanding what is going on and helping them reach their goals, be that running a marathon, getting through the workday without pain or just kneeling on the floor to play with the grandchildren. And once the physio sessions end she aims for her patients to have strategies to maintain and continue with their progress. Having two young children herself she is developing an interest in working with mums to regain and improve their strength.

While Daniela used to go running, hiking, or traveling in her spare time these days she spends it mostly with her two busy and active children, exploring, adventuring, and learning with and from them - or just watching them with a cup of coffee or two.



Jo qualified as a physiotherapist from the University of Southampton in 1996, and aside from her first 18 months as a rotational physiotherapist, all this time has been spent specialising in the musculoskeletal field. She has worked in the NHS at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital since qualification and continues to do so, combining this with working at Fleet Physiotherapy.

Jo completed a post-graduate diploma in Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2004 and has attended many other post-grad courses over the years, developing a huge breadth of skills and knowledge across the whole body. In recent years though, her interest has become more focussed on the lower body, in particular the knee.


In the NHS she has been instrumental in developing and running a gold-standard pre-and post-op service for patients listed for total knee replacement. She has also run the post-op ACL reconstruction rehabilitation programme for the Basingstoke and North Hampshire region for many years. She has been involved in designing and delivering back fitness and education classes for those recovering from or learning to manage, lower back pain.

Fairly new to private practice having started at Fleet Physiotherapy in April 2021 Jo is so far enjoying the experience and finding it a refreshing change from NHS work, having found a better work/life balance. When not at work, she can be found in the gym or pounding the streets in and around Basingstoke, training for some kind of running event. Alternatively, sipping a cocktail or two at home or out with friends!


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