Ros Wills 

MA, MCSP, Grad Dip Phys.
HCPC Registered Physiotherapist
CSP Registration number - 45564    HCPC Registration number - PH 36358,

 

After qualifying from the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham, Ros worked in the Midlands at several large District General Hospitals gaining experience in all aspects of Physiotherapy including A & E, intensive care, amputees, respiratory conditions, burns and paediatrics before specialising in musculo - skeletal problems and orthopaedics.

She was a senior Physiotherapist in charge of a busy out - patient department and also worked in a private sports injury clinic.

 

Ros moved to the Somerset Nuffield Hospital in 1995 as the Physiotherapy Manager and split her time between treating patients and administration, lecturing and involvement nationally with the Nuffield Hospital Group.

Whilst studying for a Masters degree in Management at Exeter University, Ros realised that her true vocation lay with providing 'hands - on' treatment for patients, so she set up her own private practice in Taunton. Stonegallows Physiotherapy Clinic was opened in July 2006.

 

Ros has a keen interest in sports both theoretically and through personal participation which has in recent years focused around golf, badminton and cricket.

Her special interests are in the treatment of:

  • Headaches

  • Sports and soft tissue injuries

  • Arthritic conditions

  • Back and Neck pain

  • Pain relief using Acupuncture

Emily Gadd 

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy 

HCPC registered physiotherapist

CSP registration number 098317 HCPC registration number PH105528

 

Emily graduated from Coventry University in 2014 and has since worked in both the NHS and private sector gaining a wealth of experience throughout all areas of physiotherapy including cardiothoracics, stroke, neurological rehabilitation, trauma and orthopaedics and intensive care before also specialising in musculoskeletal conditions and becoming a hand therapist within the NHS. Emily is currently completing a Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy, an interesting addition to her current role and plans to be able to treat both two and four legged patients alike! Emily has a keen interest in rider treatment and helping riders improve to the best of their physical ability. 

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In addition to this Emily is a certified Rock Doc for Fascial taping and has completed an Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue mobilisation course alongside other courses and updates to provide the most current relevant treatment to patients.

Outside of work Emily is a keen Crossfit athlete, animal lover and horse rider and takes pride in maintaining a healthy active body whilst encouraging this approach with patients. 

Emily has a special interest in the treatment of:

  • Shoulder and upper limb pathologies 

  • Running related injuries

  • Treatment of Tendinopathies

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