Donna Sanderson-Hull - Senior Consultant Sports Medicine Physiotherapist

  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Registered Member of the Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • Member of Organisation of Physio First (Organisation for Physiotherapists in Private Practice)
  • Member of Association of Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM)

Donna has been qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist for 25 years with a Post-graduate Masters Degree in Sport and Exercise Medicine, which she passed with distinction from Cardiff Metropolitan University. She is now a course tutor and lectures on the MSc programme.

Over her career, Donna has practised both in New Zealand and in the UK. She has worked in hospitals, private practice and for various sports teams. Donna was well known for being the Bristol Rugby Physiotherapist over for 6 seasons and was also contracted to England Rugby for 2 years in the run up to the 2003 World Cup. After 3 years working for Jonathan Webb, Donna decided to open her own practice and was based at Redwood Country Club for 8 years. The Clifton based practice is now located at the Clifton College Sports Grounds, within a personal training gym.

As a consequence of the success of the Clifton practice, Donna opened a satellite clinic in Winford based in Jon Maggs Fitness at the old Cattlemarket and also in Bprofitness in Ashton. More recently she has opened her 4th satellite clinic within the Yeo Valley HQ in Blagdon where the famous yogurt is made!

In 2000, Donna wrote a training manual for Swiss ball exercises and has been running courses on Core Stability and management of musculoskeletal dysfunction for physiotherapists, personal trainers and army medical personnel around the country.

Donna is a member of the CSP, HCPC, Physiofirst and ACPSM. She is fully approved by all Health Insurance providers.

Donna is available for assessment, diagnosis and treatment of all your Sports injuries, back pain and musculo-skeletal conditions. The Swiss ball Manual is also available for purchase and she is happy to be booked to give one-to-one instruction.

Donna is available on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at the Clifton Practice

For self-funding patients and those wishing to claim on their medical insurance.

Book in for an assessment on 0117 946 7618


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