Movement for life is our mission, to enable people to function as optimally as is physically possible. Movement of the body is essential for the body to maintain function and balance. Our aim is to allow people of all ages and ability to achieve the best function possible for themselves, whether it be the elite athlete or the person rehabilitating from a joint replacement.
Bookham Chartered Physiotherapy Service Ltd (BCPS Ltd) is a family run business established 40 years ago. The core ethic of the practice is to optimally enable our patients to achieve the best recovery possible, both physically and mentally. BCPS believes this can only be achieved through a friendly environment where we listen to our patients, then use our expertise with thorough functional assessment of the whole body and up to date treatment methods. A diagnosis and patient specific treatment plan can then be implemented. All BCPS physiotherapists draw on many years of hands on clinical treatment combined with up to date evidence-based practice. We believe in working closely with other health professionals to aid in your recovery. The BCPS team is led by Mr. Andy Trott who has over 23 years of hands on physiotherapy. He and the team offer a warm, friendly and welcoming environment. We hope to see you soon to start your recovery.
How we can help you see the difference
Andy Trott Bsc Hons MCSP
Andy Trott BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, HCPC registered, AACP, MCSP, Member Physiofirst
Managing director, practice principle and clinical lead physiotherapist at BCPS.
Andy graduated from Brighton University in 1997 with a BSc Hons physiotherapy degree. He went onto work for the NHS through all specialties for 4 years where he then went onto work in private practice, Nuffield hospitals, and The Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation, a private organisation specialising in neurological rehabilitation and enhancement of independence of adults. His primary passion is managing and treating complex spinal pain. He also enjoys treating sports injuries, neurological conditions and rehabilitation from surgery. He was a keen road cyclist in his teens and early 20’s, riding to a national level. He is also interested in elite sport, with membership of the FA Medical society. In his spare time, he enjoys coaching football at grassroots level, mountain biking and spending time with his wife Katy and three children.
Ruxandra Nica MSc BSc MCSP
Ruxandra is an enthusiastic Chartered Physiotherapist with over 10 years experience gained in wide range of different physiotherapy specialities in public hospitals and private clinics. She completed post graduate education in Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation and holds certifications in AACP Medical Acupuncture and APPI Clinical Pilates.
Her approach in musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries is based on patient-centred care where the assessment, management and treatment is guided by individual preferences, needs and values. She is using her expertise to get to the root of the symptoms and always aiming to achieve autonomy and wellbeing for each patient using clinical experience and evidence based practice. She has the tools to see the patient holistically being a great promoter of somatic education and healthy lifestyle.
In her spare time, Ruxandra loves to put her walking shoes on to explore woods, pathways, coastlines, mountains and high heels on for Tango festivals and marathons. In this way she gets to travel in different countries and continents.
Joanna (Jo) Lamplough BSc (HONS) MCSP MACP
Qualified in 2004 at University of Liverpool gaining her MSc in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy at Kings College in 2010. She has held positions both in the NHS and private practice with some overseas placements. Played squash to national junior level, lacrosse, tennis and swimming but now with a young family her sports tend towards 5k running and pilates and yoga. Jo is a qualified acupuncturist.
Katy Trott RGN
After a career in IT and communications where he was lucky enough to be involved in the development and implementation of innovative technologies and had the pleasure of leading teams for software development companies in Europe, USA and Japan, Nigel finally founded a consultancy business which morphed into recruiting senior professionals into major IT and engineering companies. Having sold his business he moved in to help with some of the IT, admin and financial services of BCPS and after what seems an eternity we still can’t get rid of him.