Founded in 2002 by Chartered Physiotherapist Helen Tinsley, Stone Physiotherapy Clinic has been servicing Staffordshire and surrounds for over 17 years with quality physiotherapy treatment. Our highly skilled team of Chartered Physiotherapists have many years experience and expertise treating a vast array of conditions. Our aim is to get you back to your strongest self and have the knowledge and skills to maintain this in your daily life.
We believe in a 'hands on’ approach to treatment and we aim to provide patients with a rapid diagnosis combined with an effective treatment program - with the aim of getting you back to full fitness as quickly as possible.
No waiting lists and no GP referral required. We treat both private & corporate clients and we are registered with all the major health insurance providers.
Clinical Director & Chartered Physiotherapist
Helen qualified in 1988 from Withington Hospital School of Physiotherapy in Manchester and has worked within the NHS, spent a year working in Toronto, Canada and has worked in private practice from 1994. Since opening Stone Physio Clinic in 2002 Helen has developed the clinic into a diverse practice offering a wide range of services to both private and corporate clients.
Helen is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Health and Care Professions Council, Society of Musculoskeletal Medicine, Physiofirst, the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists & her special interests include: musculoskeletal physio, headaches, sports injuries, whiplash injuries, ergonomics and workstation assessments. Away from the clinic Helen is a keen netball player.
Jason is an experienced clinician with a wealth of experience in both the NHS and private sector.
Graduating in 2005 from Coventry University with an honours degree he initially worked in football for Coventry city F.C. and then completed his core junior rotations at Warwick hospital in the NHS. He has specialised in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy for the last 10 years; as well as working in our clinic he works part time in the NHS as a clinical specialist which involves teaching and continually renewing evidenced based practice.
“Physiotherapy a is vital part of our modern, active society; using our expertise to assess, diagnose and form an individualised treatment and rehabilitation programme so that your problem can be resolved and then empower you to manage it better.”