Amanda has over 25 years physiotherapy experience, treating in both private and NHS in the UK and abroad, most recently as a manager at Guys and St Thomas’s in London. She is a sports and orthopaedic specialist. She is Conference chairman for PhysioFirst, the organisation for private physios in the UK and a member of their executive committee. Amanda has post graduate qualifications in sports physiotherapy, acupuncture and pilates training and a special interest in work place musculoskeletal problems. 

She is caring and passionate about her profession, committed to keeping up to date with latest developments in physiotherapy and gets immense professional satisfaction in helping people recover from pain and injury. She is a local girl, born and bred in Marlborough – bringing great physiotherapy back home. 


Claire Adams qualified as a Sports and Holistic Massage Therapist including specialist pregnancy massage. Since qualifying Claire treated privately in and around London. In 2013, Claire moved back to her home town of Marlborough and joined the Amanda Marsh Physiotherapy practice at Marlborough Golf Club. 

Claire became interested in Sports Massage through her professional dance training at Trinity Laban Conservatoire. She combines her knowledge of dance, posture, alignment and the mechanics of movement with her treatments. She has treated a wide variety of sports persons, including dancers, runners, golfers, tri-athletes, footballers and cyclists. Claire qualified as a Body Control Pilates teacher in 2014. Sports Massage can be a great tool when training for an event or competition to relieve sore muscles, maintain muscle balance and help reduce the risk of injury. 

Sports Massage is not just for those sporty types or injury related issues, massage can be beneficial for every day aches and pains, such as back tension, stiff neck and shoulders caused from driving or desk related jobs. Claire ensures that your treatment is specific to your individual needs and goals, from onset of injury through to resilience training with pilates. Amanda and Claire work closely together to ensure you have a smooth resolution of your problem from initial pain/injury to full rehabilitation. 


Hannah has a tireless passion for helping people and guiding them through their journey of recovery. She has many years of experience of treating a wide array of injuries and focusses on treating the cause of the injury rather than just the symptoms. This approach facilitates a speedy recovery and return to pain-free activity - whether that be in high level sports or basic daily living - but also allows Hannah to address underlying physical limitations once and for all! Hannah believes that targeted manual therapy and active rehabilitation are critical for long term resolution.

Hannah has come from working for Pure Sports Medicine in London, where she was Clinical Manager of their busy City clinic. Passionate about sport, fitness and wellbeing, when not at work Hannah spends a lot of her time exercising, playing tennis and running (with the odd triathlon thrown in!). She uses this experience in her treatment of injuries, whether elite or amateur. She strives to ensure that all patients have a clear understanding of the importance of conditioning for injury prevention, which will only help you achieve your goals.

Extended clinical interest: Trauma and post-operative care and rehabilitation, especially of the ankle, knee and shoulder. She also has a further interest in Womens Health, mainly pregnancy related issues.


Lily is the person who keeps things running smoothly in order that the practitioners can concentrate on the most important thing you! As well as looking after reception, Lily takes care of social media and has her own vlog which is well subscribed. She is a regular gym bunny herself and is passionate about staying fit and healthy.


Jackie has many years experience treating a wide cross section of injuries. She has worked in several major teaching hospitals, has worked in both Physiotherapy management and research, gained valuable skills working in out back Australia and for the past ten years, worked in Private Practice combined with a busy pilates teaching career. She has a hands-on approach to physiotherapy and enjoys problem solving with her patients to get to the nittygritty of their injury or pain, and to work with them to ensure long term recovery. She likes to lead by example, being a keen but slow runner and tri-athlete, and will always encourage her patients to keep up their sporting and active lifestyle or indeed to take one up!


Ligament damage, cartilage damage, knee cap tracking, wear and tear all possible causes…come for a diagnosis


An umbrella term for shoulder pain – rotator cuff damage, instability, impingement, capsule problems.


Left untreated this can be come a recurring problem – early physio recommended


Acute tearing of muscle fibres resulting in pain and loss of optimal function – early physio recommended


From simple low back pain to disc and more serious problems…come for a diagnosis – even if you’ve had it for years.


Soft tissue and joint problems, postural and work related issues,usually responds quickly to physiotherapy

Amanda has the skills that are the most important when you get injured. She has incredible patience, compassion and knowledge of the human body and is able to fix you...She is a true inspiration, when she works - very professional, knowledgeable and compassionate. Marianne Thomsen, London
After years of neck and shoulder pain I sought Amanda's help. She traced the problem to an old sailing injury and after a course of treatment I'm pain free for the first time in years and swinging better than ever, 5 shots off my handicap since she put me right. Pete Askins, London
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