Physiotherapist opens her third clinic in Horndean due to business’ growth

Physiotherapist opens her third clinic in Horndean due to business' growth

A Physiotherapist has opened up her third clinic after the business outgrew its current premises.

Physiotherapist with model of spine
Physio-logical have opened up their third clinic within Horndean Surgery on London Road, Horndean. Pictured is: Natalie March, owner of Physio-logical. Picture: Sarah Standing (030320-9465) Copyright: JPIMedia Resell

Physio-logical, owned by Natalie March, from Waterlooville, has just opened up a new private physiotherapy clinic in a GP surgery in Horndean.

Natalie officially opened the new clinic on Tuesday, March 3, after the one in Rowlands Castle, which was the second one she opened was getting fully booked, causing her to expand the business.

She opened her first clinic in Basingstoke in 2008, after qualifying to become a physiotherapist in 2003.

She then opened another clinic in Havant in 2010 and then in Rowlands Castle in 2018 and she now works between the two, with the Basingstoke clinic now closed.

She said: ‘It feels really good to be opening another clinic. I have worked hard so it’s nice that we are being recognised by lots of our patients and it is a great opportunity for us really.’

Natalie set up the clinic as she wanted to improve and enhance the health and wellbeing of people around her.

She said: ‘We pride ourselves on listening to our patients and doing what is best for them.

‘We listen and work with our patients to work to get their goals to get them 100 per cent better. That is why I set this up.’

Before she went self-employed, Natalie worked as a physiotherapist for the NHS.

The new clinic will offer traditional physiotherapy, as well as sports massage, sports therapy and acupuncture.

Since the business’ launch, the team of physiotherapists has treated over 5,000 clients across Hampshire and West Sussex.

Natalie has also just been announced as a finalist in the Community Award Category at the Federation of Small Business’ Small Business Awards.

She also runs a YouTube channel, through which she offers free advice on back and knee pain to help others.

Natalie is hoping to expand her team and is looking to take on one more physiotherapist.

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