Public appointments – physio and sports massage

Three independent businesses led by people familiar to Team Bath customers operate out of the Team Bath Physio & Sport Science Centre, providing physiotherapy and sports massage to the public. Please book with them directly using the links below. 

Phoenix Physio Clare Pell Sports Massage Youth Physiotherapy Clinic Adam Kwasnicki Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy – Phoenix Physio

Phoenix Physio is run by Clinical Director Joni Morley, who is committed personally and professionally to deliver a superior experience to all clients.

Joni is a dedicated, effective, hands-on physiotherapist who is passionate about identifying and diagnosing conditions and their causes. She has a keen eye for assessing biomechanical issues and believes in looking at the body in a holistic way to address the root cause of the problem and offers you permanent, collaborative solutions.

Joni has worked in the NHS and private practice in London and Bath. She has toured internationally with the Circus and enjoys treating all performers such as dancers, actors, artists, musicians, and gymnasts. She has worked in elite sport and been the Team Bath Netball Super League physiotherapist for for many years.

With over 28 years of clinical experience, she has vast experience in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy and in managing sports and running injuries. Joni has the expertise and knowledge to help you recover better and stronger. She has developed a strong knowledge and particular interest in treating hypermobility related problems, spinal issues, post-operative rehabilitation, soft tissue disorders, performing running analysis and treating clients with chronic and longstanding complex pain issues.

Phoenix Physio will help you Feel better, Move better, Live better and Perform better.

Operating hours

  • Monday 8am-5pm.
  • Tuesday 8am-5pm.
  • Wednesday 8am-5pm.
  • Friday 8.30am-1.30pm.

Special offer

University of Bath staff and students qualify for a 10 per cent discount. Please ask Joni for more information when booking.

Make a booking

Book in online or contact Joni for further information at:

Sports Massage – Clare Pell Sports Massage

Sports Massage/Soft Tissue Therapy is a vital component for a balanced training and lifestyle regime.  Through the application of a range of sports and deep tissue massage techniques, Clare can help you experience the following benefits:

  1. Reduction in muscle tension, muscular pain and discomfort;
  2. Increased range of motion, leading to enhanced performance and making everyday tasks easier;
  3. Decreased muscle stiffness and soreness after intense physical activity whether it be on a sports field or after a day gardening;
  4. Reduced recovery times;
  5. Increased levels of relaxation and wellbeing;
  6. Can help improve sleep quality.

Clare is a qualified Level 4 Sports Massage Therapist (Active IQ), gained with the University of Bath’s Vocational Courses team (click here for details).

Operating hours

Tuesday and Thursday evenings (5pm onwards).


Initial Consultation & Treatment – 1hr £40.

Follow-up treatments: 1hr £40; 45 mins £35; 30 mins £25.

Special offer

University of Bath staff and students qualify for a 10 per cent discount, as do Team Bath members. Please ask Clare for more information when booking.

Make a booking

To book in for an assessment or for further information, contact Clare via the following means:

Youth Physiotherapy Clinic

The Youth Physiotherapy Clinic is a specialist clinic run by Consultant Physiotherapist Daniel Elias. Daniel has a passion to deliver a specialist, bespoke service to young people to keep them involved in the sport or physical activity that they enjoy!

Daniel is a highly experienced Physiotherapist having worked within the NHS, private practice  and within elite sport with over 15 years clinical experience. Daniel has worked as a Physiotherapist for the England Athletics team both nationally and internationally from Under 13- Under 20 age groups over the last 8 years, assessing and treating young athletes as well as communicating with parents and coaches on ongoing management.

Alongside his clinical work, Daniel is a lecturer within the youth athletic field having presented on ‘Overtraining in the Youth Athlete’ and ‘Common Injuries in the Adolescent Athlete’ for the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sport & Exercise Medicine and the University of West England.

Daniel is passionate about providing a comprehensive assessment which is appropriate to the growing child. Daniel aims to identify acute or longer term causes to injury, where the child is at within their growth, discussing any impact of school, sleep, nutrition and lifestyle factors that can all impact on recovery.

Rehabilitation should be fun! Daniel aims to create a child rehabilitation plan to return the child back to their sport better than before, grow their movement vocabulary and develop an ongoing awareness of how to navigate growth and mitigate future injury risk.

Daniel is available for first-time assessments and second-opinion work. Daniel is also able to provide a home visit or off-site services to families or sport clubs. Please enquire further about this via contact details below.

Opening hours at Sports Training Village

  • Monday 6-9pm.
  • Saturday 8.30am-12.30pm.

Make an appointment

To make an appointment for an assessment, please contact Daniel via:

Adam Kwasnicki – physiotherapy

Adam graduated in 2007 with a first class degree in Physiotherapy. Since then he has worked in a variety of Physiotherapy settings such as the NHS, private practice and sport.

Adam will work with you to assess and diagnose your current injury or problem, the contributing factors and how it is affecting you. Collaboratively, an individualised treatment plan will be made consisting of hands on treatment as required and a thorough rehabilitation plan.

Adam is highly experienced in exercise and rehabilitation through his work for the UK Sports Institute with Olympic and Paralympic athletes, Team Bath Rugby and Netball, England Rugby 7s and Student 7s, and many more. Adam regularly works with recreational runners and triathletes as well, and understands the rehabilitation requirements to get you back doing what you love, as soon as possible. Adam will also look to address what caused the problem, and implement strategies to reduce the risk of further injury and perform better.

Adam is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist being able to diagnose, refer, and manage complex conditions, from first day post injury or surgery to return to play. He has a specific skill set in return to rugby and contact sports. Adam is also available for second-opinion work if your condition is just not responding as you would hope.

Adam is committed to staying at the forefront of current concepts in Physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and has completed a Masters degree in Sports Physiotherapy, regular courses and learning, alongside currently working at the cutting edge in elite sports. Adam believes these skills transfer well to all levels of sport and exercise, so if you are interested in getting back to movement, hobbies, sport of all level, you are in the right place.

Operating hours

  • Monday 4.30-7.30pm

Make an appointment

To book in or for more information, please contact Adam via:

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