PUT YOUR BODY
IN GOOD HANDS
Kalm provide private physiotherapy and massage treatments.
Kalm was born out of a simple idea – can we provide top quality, private massage and physiotherapy services at affordable prices?That’s what we have done.
Tailored & affordable massage and physiotherapy services provided by qualified physiotherapists in a friendly and accessible manner in the Bournemouth, Christchurch and New Forest areas.
We have a range of clients, from those looking to relax and unwind with a massage, to those looking for physio following an operation, injury or simply to improve movement.
Kalm has a clinic in Bransgore and is mobile - so if you need us, we can come to you!
We firmly believe that if you listen to your body when it whispers you won't have to hear it scream
PHYSIOTHERAPY AT HOME
Many of our patients are better suited to home treatment, so we come and treat you in the comfort of your own home. We can travel in the Christchurch, Ringwood and New Forest areas - just get in touch and we can discuss.
MASSAGE DONE RIGHT
We have always believed that you need to look after your mind and your body. So after a number of years of concentrating on physiotherapy, we expanded our treatments to include massage such as holistic, deep tissue and more.
CONTINUED FROM YOUR NHS TREATMENT
It is not unusual for Kalm to treat clients who have come to the end of their NHS treatment. Quite often we find that you might benefit from further treatment - which we can integrate seamlessly into your current programme.
Our physiotherapists are registered with the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC) and Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), ensuring high quality, professional care is provided at all times.
GET IN TOUCH
Tel: 07855 084 925
MEET THE TEAM
KAYLEIGH PURSEY MCSP
Kayleigh graduated from Bournemouth University in 2010.
Shortly after graduating she started to work at Salisbury District Hospital gaining valuable experience working in various areas such as respiratory, care of the elderly, musculoskeletal outpatients and in spinal injuries.
Spinal injuries became her passion and she remained at the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre for four years ultimately as a Senior Physiotherapist. She has a number of areas that she specialises in such as shoulder rehabilitation, kinesiology taping and health and fitness following spinal cord injury. She also designed and managed fitness groups specific to patients needs.
Working with spinal injuries requires skills in a variety of areas and Kayleigh has extensive knowledge in posture, spasticity and functional rehabilitation. She presented at two Guttmann Conferences and introduced a variety of sports to wheelchair users at the spinal unit.
She now primarily works privately, mostly with the elderly who want to improve their mobility or are recovering from surgery or falls, as well as various neurological conditions. She also has broadened her massage techniques and offers a range of relaxing treatments at our clinic in Bransgore.
In her spare time she enjoys walking her cockapoo, Harvey, as well and dancing and netball.
VICTORIA MILLER MCSP
Victoria graduated with a BSC (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy in 2010 from Bournemouth University. She is currently registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.
After graduating, Victoria secured a rotational post at the Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth. Here she has gained valuable experience in musculoskeletal injuries, elderly rehabilitation, falls prevention and working within a community setting.
Since, she has specialised in community therapy since 2012, because she believes that everybody needs and should have access to physiotherapy. Within the community team she has gained extensive experience with the orthopaedic and trauma injuries, elderly rehabilitation and with falls prevention, which is now where her passion lies.
In the community Victoria has been extensively involved with assessing and treating patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and breathlessness. She has facilitated organising and running the pulmonary rehabilitation exercise group for Dorset Health Care University Foundation trust.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and twin boys. She enjoys reading, walks and Zumba exercise classes.