Nell Mead in the news

Your expert source for stories on physiotherapy, workplace health and peak performance

Everyone wants to feel better. That’s why healthcare articles are often among the most-read and most-shared news stories online.

Your readers are looking for accurate, trustworthy information on how to keep themselves and their loved ones healthy and well. On a mission to help as many people as possible by getting them to understand how their bodies move and work, my fresh and easy to understand “building block” approach to health sets me apart from the crowd.

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An expert physiotherapist with actionable advice to share

As top sports medicine consultant Dr Cath Spencer-Smith says, “Until you’ve seen Nell Mead, you’ve not done physio!”

With over twenty years’ experience at the cutting edge of physiotherapy practice, including ten years working as a physiotherapist in the British Army, I specialise in helping patients with complex and long-term problems.

Unlike other physiotherapists, I look at the body as a whole, rather than isolating one sore part at a time. This allows me to uncover issues that other therapists might have missed, and to help patients who haven’t been able to find help from anyone else.

My patients have called me “a miracle worker disguised as a physio”, “the muscle whisperer” and one patient even writes:

“Nell is a genius. Like Sherlock Holmes, analysing details others barely see, she unravelled the roots and nailed the culprit.”

When I’m not hands-on with patients, I dedicate my time to teaching others how to take better care of themselves and their bodies: at home, at work, and at play.

I love working with the press and am delighted to comment on relevant stories. To speak to me, please contact the clinic on 0207 175 0150 or email me directly at if your enquiry is out of normal office hours.

You can also download my Press Pack here.

The clinic is open!

(online treatment still available)

The Prime Minister’s announcement on 1 Nov was clear that medical services should continue, and that people who need medical appointments should continue to attend them. Therefore the clinic will remain open, with everything wipe-clean and COVID-safe.

"Virtual first" continues...

However, the current government advice is that I have to see patients online before I can see you in clinic, and that I should only see you face to face (or mask to mask!) if we both agree that the benefits of hands-on treatment outweigh the risks of coronavirus transmission.  If hands-on treatment is not the most appropriate option for you, then I will continue to offer online treatment for the foreseeable future.

So please call my team on 0207 175 0150 and book your physio appointment as usual – or to read more about the COVID-safe measures we’re taking, please click the button to continue reading.