Progression Physiotherapy specialises in treating musculoskeletal pain and injury.
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Progression Physiotherapy Ltd was created by Scott Dupuy and Kirsty McCrann and first opened in January 2007. Scott has a business and accountancy background and Kirsty is a highly experienced Chartered Physiotherapist. Back in 2006, they decided to combine their varied and specialist skills to create the practice. They wanted to escape the confines of city life and move to a more rural part of the UK to join a smaller community.
“We discovered a real need for a quality private physiotherapy service in this area,’’ says Practice Manager, Scott, ‘‘We have found Warminster to be an extremely friendly and welcoming place, and we have thoroughly enjoyed becoming part of the community here’’.
Director & Practice Manager
Scott Dupuy - Bbus, AMIHM (Sen)
Scott achieved an undergraduate degree in Accounting and Human Resources from Edith Cowan University in Perth, Australia. He has spent 10 years working in commercial, professional and financial services organisations in Perth and London within the Human Resource and Accounting fields.
From this experience he developed a keen desire to set up and manage his own business. Scott has now realised this ambition and if you phone the practice he is the person you will probably speak to. Scott is also the editor of 2 local magazines: The Warminster Way & Villager
Director & Chartered Physiotherapist
Kirsty McCrann - BSc (Hons), MSc, PGC, MCSP
Kirsty qualified from the University of Bath and holds a Masters Degree in Sports Medicine from the University of Glasgow. She has more than 19 years' experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy both in the NHS and in private practice, and has a broad range of experience, having worked in England, Scotland, New Zealand and Australia.
Her areas of special interest are sports injuries, spinal injuries and work-related injuries.
She has worked with the Scottish Athletics Team, Scottish Disabled Athletics Team and at the Cerebral Palsy World Games in 200.
Kirsty also lectured full time for 3 years on the Physiotherapy Undergraduate Programme at Brunel University, London.
Renu Khosla - MSc, MCSP, AACP
Renu completed a degree in Human Biology at Leeds University before deciding on a career in Physiotherapy, because of her interest in health and the complexity of how the body functions. She moved to Newcastle and graduated in 2006 with an MSc Physiotherapy degree.
Renu is happy treating both adults and children, and a range of acute and chronic conditions. She uses a range of manual therapies, exercise and advice to suit each individual. She is acupuncture trained and has a particular interest in clinical Pilates, Myofascial release, and other hands-on soft tissue and joint mobilisation techniques; all of which can be used to treat a wide range of ailments.
“I believe it’s important to look at people holistically; to not just treat the problem but to address (when appropriate) why it has come about and what can be done to prevent it, i.e. addressing the underlying dysfunction.”
Katie Boyne-Aitken - BSc (Hons), MCSP
Katie studied physiotherapy at UWE in Bristol and since qualifying has worked within the NHS and MOD sectors as well as with local sports teams.
“I treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions with my areas of specialism being sports injuries and hip & groin injuries.” says Katie
“I thoroughly enjoy my job and love working together with clients to enable them to achieve their goals, whether that be reducing pain, increasing their mobility or helping them gain a performance advantage in their chosen sport. I am a hands-on therapist and use a variety of techniques such as acupuncture and taping.” says Katie.
Sarah Barry - MCSP
Sarah qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1993. She has gained experience in both in-patient and out-patient settings as well as GP surgeries, fracture clinics and private practices. She enjoys treating musculoskeletal problems and has developed a special interest in acupuncture, chronic pain and low back pain.
Nikky Redman - MSc, MCSP
Nikky originally studied physiotherapy to follow a career as an equine physiotherapist. She graduated from Brunel University in 1999 and completed her junior rotations at St Georges, London alongside working for a local rugby club. The latter ignited her passion in sports physiotherapy and as a consequence her initial career pathway changed and she went on to work for several years with elite and high level amateur athletes in a mixture of sports. Five years at London Welsh RFC initially with the academy and then the 1st XV senior squad led to travelling extensively both nationally and internationally and allowed her to appreciate the team camaraderie that comes with working with a close group of athletes and support staff.
On meeting her now husband, Tim, Nikky made the decision to move over into private practice. She continued to work with athletes, both professional and amateur, in a variety of sports including rugby, motor-racing, triathlon and golf. She has a particular interest in both the rehabilitation of post traumatic knee injuries and high level rehabilitation of musculoskeletal cervical spine injuries which has led to having the privilege of working with a number of international rugby players.
Nikky and Tim moved to Wiltshire at the end of 2013 and since then Nikky has worked for the MOD as a clinical specialist physiotherapist assessing and treating military personnel with a mixture of simple and complex musculoskeletal injuries. She is also studying for a Masters in Sports Physiotherapy at Bath. Being busy herself Nikky has an understanding that fitting rehabilitation into a busy life and work schedule can sometimes be challenging and therefore approaches this problem for her patients by adapting their rehabilitation to their individual circumstance, incorporating their exercises into their daily activities.
Nikky previously enjoyed competing in triathlons, however, after a knee injury, has put this to one side but continues to run, swim and cycle for fitness as well as being a passionate skier. She has recently taken up cricket, a game that she has never really felt the love for, in order that she could help her children learn how to bowl, bat and field correctly as well as understand the cricket language!
Adam Kwasnicki – BSc, MCSP
Adam graduated in 2007 from Brunel University with a First Class honours degree in Physiotherapy and immediately joined an established private practice in South West London, where he developed his core skills, successfully treating injuries ranging from back pain in office workers to sports injuries.
While working for the practice, Adam has taken every opportunity to broaden his expertise in sports injuries, including working with the boys' sports teams at Trinity School in Croydon since 2007- 2011. He has worked with the Welsh Exiles Rugby Squad in 2009/2010 and the Great Britain Elite Gymnasts in 2011, and more recently with England Rugby 7's treating top sports men and women. He currently works at the University of Bath as the lead physiotherapist for their rugby teams. His specialities and clinical interests include tendon and running injuries, shoulder injuries and rehabilitating people back to high levels of sport and activity.
Adam's extensive experience and links with elite level sport has established him as an expert in sports injuries. He has previously commented in the media, most notably appearing on Channel 5 News reviewing the benefits of ice baths, and on Sky Sports discussing groin injuries in football players.
Adam is equally adept at treating sports related injuries or pain developed at the office. He is experienced in working in Occupational Health with clinics at the National Physics Laboratory including work station assessments and ergonomics. With Adam, you will get a clear explanation and understanding of your pain and problem and he will educate and empower you to achieve your goals.
Alongside physiotherapy, Adam is an ex-professional rugby player and loves the outdoors, specifically walking his dog and surfing.
Julie has a background in Hospitality/Marketing and Administration. She recently returned to work after 8 years as a full time mum.
Claire Winstanley - BSc (Hons), MSc, MMACP, MCSP
Currently on maternity leave
Claire qualified in 2001 from Northumbria University. She worked in the NHS until 2006 during which she spent 6 months working in the New Zealand national burns unit. Claire has over 13 years experience in treating patients with musculoskeletal conditions and has recently completed her MSc in Neuromuculoskeletal physiotherapy at Cardiff university.
Claire is a qualified acupuncturist and is a member of the AACP. She has a special interest in shoulder conditions and works as an extended scope practitioner assessing patients with shoulder pain. She also enjoys treating patients with a wide range of conditions: sports injuries for example ankle sprains, knee pain work related conditions for example tennis elbow, low back pain, headaches trauma related injuries for example whiplash, fractures, post-op orthopaedic and hand surgery long term conditions for example osteoarthritis.
Rachael Band - BSc (Hons), MCSP, AACP
Currently on maternity leave
Rachael qualified from Southampton University in 2011 with a First Class Hons degree in Physiotherapy.
Since qualifying she has worked both privately and in the NHS. She has had experience in treating a wide and varied list of conditions and ailments; from chronic degenerative conditions, to acute sport injuries and post-operative patients.
Rachael is qualified in acupuncture as well as Pilates and finds these particularly helpful for treating spinal patients.
“I enjoy working towards patients’ individual goals and expectations to deliver long term results for patients."