All our physiotherapists are degree qualified, registered with the Health Professions Council and members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. We are registered with all major medical insurance companies including BUPA.

Wayne Wymer

Wayne Wymer

Wayne completed his physiotherapy training in Auckland, New Zealand in 1996. He worked in Private practice and provided physiotherapy services to local rugby clubs and the Auckland Rugby Union, whilst continuing to play rugby at a club level. Wanting to broaden his horizons and travel for a couple of years, Wayne travelled to the United Kingdom in 1999. It was then that he was lucky enough to meet Annelies, and decided to settle in the UK. Wayne initially spent 2 years working in NHS locum posts while travelling around the UK and Europe. This involved working all over the UK, including Ashford, Kent, London, Bristol, Hartlepool and Bedford before settling in Milton Keynes in 2001. In 2001 Wayne started working at the Blackberry Clinic in Milton Keynes and at the Devon Parade Clinic in Northampton. In 2006 we set up Action Physiotherapy Ltd, we left the Blackberry Clinic and started working in Stony Stratford from the Devon Parade Clinic (as well as continuing in Northampton as well).

Whilst still keeping a keen eye on all the rugby results (especially the mighty All Blacks), a very dodgy knee stopped my playing involvement. Wayne now tries to keep fit at the gym and by cycling. He is also a keen golfer and is very interested in the mechanics of the golf swing and how this affects different body parts/injuries. Our 2 children take care of any spare time and we enjoy lots of different outdoor activities with them.

Annelies Wymer

Annelies Wymer

Annelies is a dynamic and enthusiastic Physiotherapist who has her patients’ best interest at heart. She is dedicated to her patients, and to ensuring the best treatment protocol for
their injury, and pain levels.

Annelies is a forward-thinking Physiotherapist, who follows evidence-based practice. She graduated from the University of Pretoria in 1998, and has since done a myriad of courses, to develop her career and experience. She has studied, and completed her exams in Orthopaedic Medicine. She has been using Acupuncture as part of her treatment, when
indicated, for over 10 years.

Annelies has also studied Pilates extensively, and uses many Pilates exercises in her treatments, to encourage full rehabilitation. Annelies has also trained in Pilates exercises specific to the rehabilitation of Women’s Health issues- including Pregnancy, childbirth and continence issues, and she has been very successful in treating ante- or post-natal back
pain.

Annelies has also worked with many children, and adolescents, with musculo-skeletal injuries.