Whole Body Healing

At Physiolistic we are passionate about patient care and delivering an exceptional service to you. We pride ourselves on treating everyone as an individual and tailoring each treatment to your unique needs.


This approach is built on a number of core principles:


  • Integrity we act with integrity in all we say and do.

  • Attitude we have a positive attitude to life and work.

  • Supportive we are supportive to the needs of our patients and colleagues.

  • Passion we are energetic and enthusiastic and have a genuine desire to make a difference.

  • Growth we believe that a commitment to personal growth and development will lead to success for all – the patient, the team and the business

  • Delivery we believe that to be successful, personally and professionally, it is essential to deliver on what we have committed to.


The reputation and success of Physiolistic is due to the exceptional team of people who embrace these principles. From administrative staff to clinicians and managers, they are all dedicated, motivated and caring individuals who deliver excellence in all aspects of patient care. This is why Physiolistic invests heavily in its staff and facilities to offer patients the best possible care and treatment.


Physiolistic was set up in 2008 by Chartered Physiotherapist Angela Botha. It was initially a home based clinic which quickly outgrew its location due to the popularity with patients. Angela always had a vision of a holistic physiotherapy clinic with physiotherapy at its core but incorporating other complementary therapy services to provide a whole body healing experience.


In August 2010, Physiolistic opened its doors at The Old Dairy, Henley-on-Thames and has continued to go from strength to strength through word of mouth and reputation.


In November 2016, Physiolistic started another new chapter and moved to a larger, custom-built clinic at the Henley Rugby Club, Dry Leas site.


The clinic has close affiliation with several local sports clubs as well as excellent links with local GPs and Consultants ensuring excellent continuity of care.


Angela and her expanding team are continually looking for avenues that can improve both the rehabilitation experience of their patients and help speed recovery of mind and body. While the clinic continues to grow, its ethos remains the same in that excellent patient care, tailored to the individual, remains as its core business priority.


Meet the team

Angela Botha (Quality Assured Practitioner)

Director and Chartered Physiotherapist

(BSc Physio, MCSP, AACP , HCPC registered)


Angela knew from the age of 12 that she wanted to be a physio. Coming from a medical family in which her father practiced as a GP, she trained in South Africa, qualifying top of her class in 1998.


Her passion for helping people through physiotherapy has seen her work in both the NHS and in a local independent hospital as a physiotherapy manager. It was while in these multi-disciplinary environments that Angela wanted to take the extensive experience she had gained in a new direction by opening her own business which has physio at its core but which is also supported by complementary therapies such as sports massage and nutrition in recognition of the important role these treatments have in whole body healing. A business based on a simple model of recruiting and investing in excellent staff whilst making the patient the centre of everything it does. It is the commitment to  this ethos which has continued to make Physiolistic the success that it is.


Her commitment to her profession and diagnositic and clinical skills has  seen her reputation being held in high regard by both clinicians and patients alike and has helped to forge close links with GPs and Consultants in the area to help ensure excellent continuity of care.


Angela is also acupuncture trained (AACP), a modified pilates instructor and speed, agility and quickness (SAQ) trainer. She is also one of the few physiotherapists in the country that is accredited to teach the use of Compex (computerised exercise) for rehabilitation and is an advanced trainer .


Angela is a Winback tecartherapy expert and one of 12 trainers in the UK. She is also a trainer in radiofrequency for physioaesthetics.


Angela is also diagnostic ultrasound trained and this has enabled her to implement this into her clinical practice and improve her outcomes and has a special interest in the treatment of TMJ (jaw) dysfunction and pain and also enjoys lower limb rehabilitation.

In her free Time Angela enjoys spending time with family doing outdoor activities –walking, cycling , bodyboarding , badminton and golf . Angela retired from playing hockey for Henley Women but is still involved in the coaching of the Colts.


Angela recently completed the 100km Thames Path Challenge for the second time  and  has raised over £7,000 for Arthritis Research UK.  

Nae (Charné) Wilke

Clinical Team Lead 

BSc (hons) Physiotherapy, Sports Massage Therapist, MCSP, HCPC registered)


Charné (Nae) graduated with a BSc (Honours) in Physiotherapy from Wits University in South Africa. She has worked in hospitals and private practice gaining extensive experience in diagnosis and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions. 


She completed a post graduate Sports Physiotherapy course (SPT1) in 2018 where she gained further valuable insight into the treatment and rehabilitation of sports injuries and rehabilitation. 


Nae has also undertaken additional courses in concussion, strapping, taping, neurodynamics, and dry needling.  She has worked in various sporting environments including rugby teams and tournaments, various running and cycle races, and international indoor netball tournaments.
In her spare time Nae enjoys gym, trail running and modern dancing as well as exploring her new country, watching sports, cooking and baking.  

Ross Mullins

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

MSc Physiotherapy ,BSc Athletic Therapy and Training , Sports massage therapist, MCSP, HCPC) International Compex trainer


As a graduate of BSc Athletic Therapy and Training (Dublin, Ireland) and as a member of Athletic Rehabilitation Therapy Ireland (ARTI) Ross has worked and gained experience with a multitude of elite sports teams and within private practice during his time in Ireland. Following this, he has graduated with an MSc Physiotherapy from the University of East Anglia 


Ross is passionate about the rehabilitation of musculoskeletal conditions and sporting injuries having played Dublin Senior Hurling and Dublin U-21 Gaelic Football. 


He also has training in sports massage,  strength and conditioning and pilates and is keen to help people achieve their goals through function and performance.  

Ross has specialist training in shockwave therapy and Winback tecartherapy. He is also one of 12  compex advanced trainers in the UK.


Outside of work, he is interested in gym training and playing hurling for Lancashire GAA.

Charné Olivier

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

MSc Physiotherapy, BSc Sports and Exercise Science, Sports massage therapist, MCSP, HCPC) International Compex trainer


Charné qualified with a Masters degree in Physiotherapy at the University of East Anglia and with a Bachelors degree in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Loughborough. With these qualifications she is able to provide holistic patient centred care in a multifactorial manner, including injury rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, nutrition and psychology.


Charné is FAKTR certified and has also had specialist training in sports massage, instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation, sport and kinesiology taping, joint compression flossing and myofascial decompression cupping. 

Charné is a modified Pilates trainer and is also one of 12 Advanced Compex trainers in the country. She also has specialist training in Winback tecartherapy, shockwave therapy and physio-aesthetics with radiofrequency.

Charné has a specialist training in pregnancy and post natal complaints.

Having had a background in high performance sports through her swimming career, Charné is well suited to treat all levels and types of sport injuries, with a full understanding of the need for a speedy return to full fitness and function after an injury. She is also eager to help you maintain an active life style and achieve your goals to participate in the activities that are important to you. Whether this is helping to recover from an injury to get back to a sports team or playing with your grandkids, she is ready to help

Thomas Workman

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Sports Massage Therapist (BSc (Hons) Physio, MCSP, HCPC registered) Acupuncture, Pilates and International Advanced Compex trainer


Tom qualified BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy at WITS University, South Africa. Since qualifying Tom has gained experience in a wide variety of areas within South African hospitals and physiotherapy practices.


Tom gained various sports exposure through events such as working at the Comrades Marathon, assisting recovery at Lions (Super Rugby) team as well as been the team physio for men’s 1st team hockey during their tournament victory at University Sports South Africa (USSA).


Tom has a special interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, rehabilitation as well as Pilates. He is acupuncture trained and one of 12 advanced Compex trainers in the UK.   

Tom has specialist training in Winback tecartherapy, shockwave therapy and diagnostic ultrasound.

Megan Kurzewski

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Sports Massage Therapist (BSc (Hons) Physio, MCSP, HCPC registered) Dry Needling, Pilates and Compex trainer


Megan graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. Since graduating she has worked at a hospital in South Africa gaining experience in musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory physiotherapy. 

Megan has completed further courses in dry needling, strapping, stroke rehabilitation and is  APPI Pilates trained. Megan has gained exposure to sports injuries while working at the Comrades Marathon and various other marathon, rugby and waterpolo events within South Africa. Megan is also a qualified dance teacher with the Association for International Dance Teachers. 

Megan has a passion for rehabilitation and Pilates. In her spare time she enjoys dancing, running, gym and travelling. 

Mark Harel

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Sports Massage Therapist (BSc (Hons) Physio, MCSP, HCPC registered) Dry Needling, Pilates and  Compex trainer


Mark graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. Since graduating he gained extensive experience working  in musculoskeletal, neurological and respiratory physiotherapy in a hospital setting. 


Mark has also worked with elite sports teams and at sports events (Golden Lions Rugby Union, Wits Football Club, the South African Mens Hockey team, the Argus cycle race and at the Comrades ultra marathon)  gaining valuable insights into sports injuries and rehabilitation


Mark has completed further courses in dry needling, Winback, Compex , Rs footscan, stroke rehabilitation and is  APPI Pilates trained. 


Mark has a passion for rehabilitation and sports integration. In his spare time he enjoys running, playing hockey and football, and walking along the Thames

Charlie Siche

Sports Therapist 

BSc (Hons) Sports therapy


Charlie graduated with BSc (Hons) Sports therapy from the University of Gloucestershire. He has worked with local rugby and football teams providing pitch side assistance as well as off field duties including massage, treatment, rehabilitation and conditioning.


He grew up in Henley where he played rugby at Henley Hawks and is also a current player.  As well as rugby  he has a keen interest in rowing where he has competed in a number of National school events. In his spare time he also enjoy keeping fit, playing tennis and going to the gym. 

Clint Botha 

Business Director


Clint joins his wife, Angela, and the rest of the Physiolistic team as business director. Clint comes from a pharmaceutical background where he has worked in the NHS as a clinical hospital pharmacist covering areas such as neonatal intensive care and care of the elderly.


For the last few years he has worked as a Principal Pharmacist at the UK Department of Health having completed his Master’s degree in Health Policy at Imperial College London. In his role as business director, Clint brings his wealth of experience and understanding of the healthcare environment to drive forward a business whose ethos is based on a commercially successful model which makes the patient the centre of all its activity.

When time allows, Clint enjoys cycling, running and trips down to the coast.


Team Administrator




Beth joins us with great experience in customer service with a background in estate agency. She is an enthusiastic worker that will endeavour to help where she can.

Beth enjoys keeping fit in her spare time by going horse-riding. She has been involved in the 'tour de Berkshire' cycling event.

Beth is currently working towards purchasing her first home.




Nicole joins us after two years working in Australia, with a background of vet nursing. 

She enjoys being able to meet new people and work in a fast paced environment.

In her spare time she enjoys going to music events, travelling and spending time with family.

She is currently saving for her next big trip.


Therapy Dog


Ruby is available for cuddles with your next visit. She is excited to welcome you to Physiolistic

Weekdays 8am - 8pm, Saturdays 8am - 4.30pm and Sundays 9am- 1pm  |  (01491) 598 043  |  info@physiolistic.co.uk

(OPEN with as an essential medical service despite Tier 4 lockdown)

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