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Fiona Spencer graduated from Southampton University in 1997 with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy. Subsequently, she worked in the NHS at Southampton General, before moving to Brookfields Physiotherapy clinic in Highclere. She then established her own clinic at the Beechdown Club in Hampshire. In 2001, she relocated to North Norfolk and rejoined the NHS. In 2004, Fiona started her current clinic, North Norfolk Physio which has grown from strength to strength.

Fiona specialises in musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries, treating everyday folk and professional sports people alike. Fiona’s skills include manual and manipulative techniques, acupuncture, electrotherapy, clinical pilates, sports screening and rehabilitation. Fiona is an APPI Pilates instructor and runs regular clinical pilates classes for groups and one to one.

In 2006, Fiona graduated from Manchester University with a Postgraduate Certificate in Sports Physiotherapy. Fiona has worked as a lead physiotherapist at the County men’s tennis competition held annually at Cromer tennis Club. She has also worked with Essex hockey at their Eastern Counties tournaments as team physiotherapist and as physiotherapist at the schools national hockey finals. Fiona has worked as a Physiotherapist for the county junior golf squads, has worked with the County Ladies Squads and the County Boys academy squads. Fiona works with many individual golfers as their physiotherapist improving musculoskeletal fitness to aid their golf swing. Fiona is qualified as a Titleist Performance Institute certified instructor.



Chartered Physiotherapist


Chloe graduated from the University of East Anglia with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and is thrilled to be part of the North Norfolk Physio team. She has skills in massage, manual techniques, shock wave therapy and exercise rehabilitation. She enjoys treating a whole range of patients, allowing them to get back to their full potential whether it be day to day or excelling in their chosen sport.

Chloe is a Certified APPI clinical pilates instructor and has completed extra training in pilates for dancers and pilates for runners. She has also completed level 1 therapeutic yoga. She teaches a number of classes throughout the week including clinical pilates, chair pilates and a yoga/pilates crossed class with North Norfolk Physio.

Chloe graduated from Ballet West with a BA (Hons) in Dance where she completed Advanced 2 RAD, qualifying for the semi-finals of the Margot Fountain International Ballet competition in Australia. She toured for three years in Scotland going on to teach workshops in South Africa and coaching the GB contemporary soloists for the 2018 Dance World Cup in Portugal. Chloe has completed her certification in pointe shoe screening with Ballet Pro UK and is passionate about introducing a safe, science based approach to athletes within the dance profession.



Chartered Physio- Women’s Health


Denise completed a BSc ( Hons) in Biology and Sports Science at St. Mary’s College, Twickenham before working in human physiology and going on to study physiotherapy at The West London Institute of Higher Education, graduating in 1990.

For nearly three years, Denise worked for the NHS in Ipswich and Norwich and spent a season working with a small group of therapists for a local rugby club which was great fun and a steep learning curve! A move to Michigan, USA, resulted in four years of working within a different healthcare system and working closely with American therapists and Athletic trainers. Since returning to North Norfolk and the NHS in 1999, Denise has worked and continues to work in musculoskeletal outpatients, treating people with a wide variety of acute and chronic conditions. During this period, some time has been spent working for the British Legion and also working in women’s health, developing a keen interest in pre- and post-natal pelvic girdle pain.



​Soft Tissue Therapist – NEURO SPECIALIST


Katie has now been qualified as a soft tissue therapist for the last 3 years. She treats sports participants both at elite and recreational level, and non-sporty people who also benefit from her soft tissue massage techniques. Many runners find Katie’s pre and post massage assists them with their running performance. Katie also has experience working with football teams where she has assisted with the management of pitch side soft tissue injuries. She is passionate about her work and specialises in improving muscle tone and reducing pain through her treatments, allowing patients to return to daily activities sports and hobbies as quickly as possible.

Katie is a keen sports person and when she is not treating patients, she finds time to run half – marathons, play netball and use the gym.

Katie works from our Rossis clinics, she often has Saturday and evening slots available, suiting those with busy work commitments.



Chartered Physiotherapist – NEURO SPECIALIST

Anna Dufrat graduated in 2013 from the Academy of Physical Education in Katowice, Poland with an M.Sc. Master’s degree in Physiotherapy. As a fully qualified physiotherapist in 2015 she joined a private practice in Norwich were she spent a year working with musculoskeletal clients. In 2016 she moved to Norfolk Community Health and Trust to provide specialist care for NHS patients with a variety of acute and chronic conditions. She specialises in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and sports injuries including treating patients with back and neck pain, golf and tennis elbow, ankle sprains, knee injuries and many more. In her work she uses a wide range of treatments including acupuncture, deep tissue massage, Chinese cupping, kinesiology taping, electrotherapy interferential, ultrasound, joint mobilisations and exercise prescription. Anna believes in treating the patient as a whole and uses a holistic approach in her treatment. Her motto is: “A human is like a house with four rooms: body, mind, emotion and spirit. A wise person visits them daily, or at least ventilates every one of them”.

Anna offers Saturday appointments at our Rossis Clinic. To book an appointment with Anna Call 07788 727649



​Chartered Physiotherapist – NEURO SPECIALIST

Anna Gromakowska graduated in 2002 from the University Of Physical Education in Katowice, Poland with an MSc in Physiotherapy. Subsequently, she worked as physiotherapist in Therapeutic Rehabilitation Facility (outpatient clinic) and, simultaneously, as taekwondo WTF instructor in WLKS ‘Kmicic’ in Czestochowa, Poland. She then moved to Therapeutic and Educational Facility where she treated children with mental and physical disabilities such as Down’s syndrome, muscular dystrophy, myelomeningocele and cystic fibrosis. In 2008 she relocated to Krakow, Poland and started woking for the Polish Centre for Functional Rehabilitation, where she has had the opportunity to treat a wide range of inpatients and outpatients with neurological conditions including stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury and ataxia. In 2014 she decided to acquire some experience abroad and moved to the UK. She spent 2 years working as a locum physiotherapist in varies NHS hospitals and private facilities. In 2014 she started her current band 6 post in Falls Prevention Service at East Coast Community Healthcare.

Anna specialises in neurological physiotherapy and is a member of the Charted Society of Physiotherapy. Her treatment is based on elements of Bobath Concept for Adults (basic course and two advanced courses) and Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation. She enjoys working with a variety of neurological

disorders at different stages of their rehabilitation and works closely with the patient and family to help the patient achieve their goals.

Anna is a former member of the Polish Olympic team in taekwondo WTF.

Anna is our specialist neuro physio. She can treat patients in the home or in our rossis clinics.

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Kathryn Cogman

Chartered Physiotherapist – NEURO SPECIALIST


Kathryn Cogman graduated as a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy at Bradford University in 2012. Since qualifying she has completed her Band 5 rotation at Norfolk Community Health Care Trust NHS gaining experiences in a wide variety of areas. She then went on to work for a period of time as a physiotherapist within A&E before returning back to the Norfolk Community Health Care Trust as a Senior Physiotherapist and working in the community providing treatment to acute and chronic conditions.

Kathryn has a passion for Musculoskeletal and sport injuries. Kathryn believes in treating people as a whole and uses a holistic approach in her treatment.

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Kate Withers

Yoga instructor – NEURO SPECIALIST


Kate is an experienced yoga instructor, she began teaching in 2016 after qualifying as a 200hr Yoga Alliance UK accredited teacher. She is fascinated by the human body, how we function and how we move.  She also has a deep interest in the connection of the mind and body, how our thoughts and feelings are intrinsically linked to the body and how we experience life. Her constant curiosity with human movement has led her to train and qualify in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) a strength and conditioning style method, ELDOA level 1-2 for spinal health, and a further 200hr Functional Yoga certification with Physiotherapist Lara Heimann and the LYT yoga method. In sept 2021 she began studying for a BSc in Physiotherapy at the University of East Anglia. Most recently she trained in sports massage and Thai Yoga Massage and is offering treatments as a student practitioner until fully certified.

Her yoga classes have a focus on strength and awareness. She encourages you to develop an understanding how your body moves specific to you whilst building strength through your range of movement. Influenced further by the Feldenkrais method and her study of anatomy her classes are a unique balance of embodiment, science, fluidity and structure.

Kate was thrilled to be given the opportunity to work at North Norfolk Physio after teaching Fiona in one of her Norwich Based classes. You will see her on reception at the Aylsham clinic during university holidays, and teaching yoga in the studio at weekends.


Jon Winnett

Yoga instructor – NEURO SPECIALIST


Jon’s passion and lifestyle is firmly grounded in healing arts. His training in soft tissue massage and Yoga has revealed an amazing depth of technology handed down to us through generations, combining ancient and modern massage therapies with the movement and breathwork of  Yoga.

Jon has been practicing for years but to teach? Jon learned through gurus at Kashish Yoga in Goa that teaching Yoga is about being a guide not folding myself into a pretzel.

Jon now has a blend of powerful traditional Thai bodywork mixed with a modern knowledge of Biomechanics combining with the movement and philosophy of Yoga.