Expert advice on your doorstep
Physiolistic has always had very close ties with local GPs and Consultants. We strive for the multidisciplinary approach.
This allows for expert advice locally, continuity of care for the patient and better communication between professionals, allowing for a better experience and a speedy recovery.
We have an array of different specialist holding regular private clinics at Physiolistic or that we have close ties with and are always looking for collaborative partnerships to improve the services we offer, to fully enable ‘whole body healing’.
To arrange an appointment please contact us or get a GP referral and ask if you can be seen at Physiolistic.
Sports and Exercise Consultants
Kate Hutchings is a Sports and Exercise Medicine Consultant at Circle Reading Hospital and is experienced in working with both elite and recreational athletes. Kate qualified from Birmingham Medical School in 1997 and gained Membership of the Royal College of General Practitioners in 2003.
Having worked in Sydney during the 2000 Games, she returned to the UK to work in Sports and Exercise Medicine (SEM) and gained her Masters with distinction in 2004 from University College, London. She has also held a GP position in South West London from 2003 to 2010.
She completed her Specialist training in SEM from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and is on the General Medical Council Specialist Register. She has trained in a variety of disciplines including Orthopaedics, Rheumatology, Exercise Medicine, Public Health and Emergency Medicine and is skilled in the use of diagnostic ultrasound and ultrasound guided injections.
Kate is also involved in promoting the importance of physical activity in chronic disease management and is co-author of the NHS document 'A fresh approach'.
Kate has experience in working with both professional and recreational teams from a wide variety of sports. Her previous positions include working for the English National Ballet as company doctor and she is experienced in looking after the female athlete and related medical issues. She has also held positions at Chelsea Football Club academy division, Oxford University Rugby Team and has travelled with both UK Athletics and the GB synchronized swimming team to world championships.
She has developed and led NHS musculoskeletal clinics at Crystal Palace, London for a number of years looking after recreational sports men and women. During the London 2012 Olympic Games, Kate worked as a Sports Physician at the Aquatic Centre as part of the medical team looking after swimming and diving.
In 2018, Kate was part of the medical head quarters looking after the England Olympic Team at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Mr Harry Brownlow
Consultant Specialist Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon
BSc (Hons), MB ChB (Hons), MD, FRCS (Eng), FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Harry has regular clinics at Physiolistic on the 1st and 3rd Friday (morning) of the month.
Please contact Physiolistic for further details of how to book an appointment or Chanice (Mr Brownlows Practice Manager) please call 0203 8970663 or email
Harry is a shoulder and elbow specialist with over 15 years experience. Harry welcomes privately insured and self-paying clients.
Simple, complex and revision shoulder replacement
Arthroscopic stabilisation of the shoulder
Arthroscopic rotator cuff repairs
Arthroscopic tennis elbow release
Diagnostic shoulder ultrasound
Ultrasound guided injections
Harry was raised and educated in Berkshire attending Wellington College. He is married to a doctor turned artist and has two daughters neither of whom have any interest in medicine! Outside of work he enjoys walking his dog, bird watching, sailing, crosswords, cycling and spending time in Devon.
The school’s career advice was that Harry should follow the family tradition of joining the army but instead he attended Manchester Medical School in 1984. He took an extra intercalated degree in basic anatomy before graduating from medical school in 1990 with a prestigious honours degree. He had his eyes opened experiencing life as a junior doctor working in north Wales and central Manchester hospitals.
Harry’s higher specialist training occurred in Oxford where he was appointed as a clinical lecturer in orthopaedics at the University of Oxford. This meant not only training to become an orthopaedic surgeon but also having the opportunity to complete research into fracture healing and to be responsible for teaching orthopaedics to medical students and junior doctors. By the time he had finished in Oxford he had gained an MD and had received an award for the highest mark in the national orthopaedic exams.
Specialist Fellowship Training
Harry gained 3 fellowships over 2 years in shoulder and elbow surgery in Oxford, Sydney and Reading. During this time he cemented his academic knowledge and basic science research together with practical hands-on experience to become an accomplished open and arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgeon. He gained experience in all aspects of this broad specialty including complex keyhole surgery, joint replacements, and trauma management. But most importantly he also learnt that most shoulder and elbow problems can be treated without an operation and that an honest discussion about the variety of treatment options is key.
British Orthopaedic Association
British Elbow and Shoulder Society
Mr Dan Rolton
Consultant Spinal Surgeon
Daniel Rolton is a spinal surgeon working at the private hospitals in Reading and the Berkshire area. He qualified in Leeds and completed his higher surgical Trauma and Orthopaedic training on the Oxford Rotation. He specialised further in adult spinal surgery and completed an internationally recognised spinal fellowship at Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand.
He is trained in all aspects of adult spinal surgery including trauma, tumour, deformity, infection and degenerative conditions affecting the whole of the spine. He has published and presented internationally on spinal research.
Areas of interest
Mr Rolton specialises in the management of spinal conditions including the treatment of neck, back and sciatic leg pain. He is dedicated to finding the right surgical or non operative treatment for each individual patient. He is experienced in both surgical and non surgical treatments for a range of spinal conditions including disc herniation, spinal stenosis, fractures, tumours, deformity and infection.
Mr Rolton offers:
• Spinal decompressive surgery
• Fusion surgery
• Disc replacement
• Minimally invasive techniques
• Spinal injections for spinal nerve and joint pain
Mr Mike Lamyman
Consultant Hand Surgeon
MA(Cantab) MBBS FRCS(Plast) Dip Hand Surg
Mr Michael Lamyman is a Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgeon based at Oxford University Hospitals NHS foundation trust and the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. He has a specialist interest in hand surgery and limb reconstruction.
He studied at Cambridge University and Imperial College School of Medicine, qualifying in 2001. His plastic surgery training took place in Bristol, Oxford, Stoke Mandeville and Salisbury. He completed the Hand Surgery fellowship at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, gaining advanced training in hand and wrist surgery.
He completed the Bristol microsurgery fellowship, gaining experience in planning and execution of a broad range of microsurgical cases. He was awarded the UK Hand Diploma in 2014.
His special interests include: Hand and wrist trauma, Dupuytren’s contracture, tendon surgery, nerve compression syndromes, nerve injuries, arthritis, hand swellings, and upper limb spasticity.
Mr Lamyman has been involved in numerous clinical research projects with a track record of presentations and publication. He has experience of collaboration and facilitation for researchers in Oxford University.
Mike maintains an interest in rugby and athletics, having competed at University level as a student. He is keen on cycling and running, and has completed numerous 10K, half-marathon, marathon and triathlon events.
Mr Chris Brown
Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon
Educated and trained at Cambridge and Oxford.
Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon who places the focus on patients as individuals and sets realistic expectations at the first meeting to deliver the very best care.
Please contact us on 01491 598043 to book an appointment in Reading
Mr Nick Bottomley
Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon
Mr Nicholas Bottomley BSc MBBS FRCS DPhil (Oxon)
Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon
Nicholas is a specialist orthopaedic knee surgeon and his practice encompasses all aspects of paediatric and adult knee surgery. He has a particular interest in:
• The management of sports injuries; including ACL reconstructions, multi-ligament reconstruction and meniscal repair surgery
• Knee pain and arthritis; with a particular expertise in the management of early arthritis.
• Knee replacement surgery; specialising in both partial and total knee replacements.
• Patellofemoral (kneecap) instability
Nicholas works at the world renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, part of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and at the Manor Hospital, Oxford. He graduated from Imperial College Medical School in 2001. He has a first class honours degree in Orthopaedics from University College London and a DPhil (PhD) from the University of Oxford for his research work investigating the progression of early knee arthritis.
Nicholas furthered his specialist knowledge of sports injuries in Brisbane, Australia working with a surgical team looking after professional rugby union and rugby league teams.
Nicholas remains active in surgical research and is involved in the running of several national studies. He teaches and lectures internationally, especially in the field of partial knee replacement.
Areas of interest
ACL Surgery; Sports Ligament Surgery; Meniscal Surgery and Meniscal Repair; Partial Knee Replacement; Total Knee Replacement
Prof Sion Glyn-Jones
Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
MA D.Phil FRCS (Orth)
Lower limbs surgery with a special interest in sports surgery of the hip and hip arthroscopy
NHS Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford
Senior Lecturer in hip research at Oxford University
Clinical Lead for Young Adult Hip Service at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Specialist in adult hip and knee surgery
Runs the hip research programme at Oxford University, which is directed at improving treatments for hip pain and osteoarthritis of the hip.
Operations performed: hip arthroscopy and impingement surgery, routine and complex hip and knee replacement surgery, revision hip replacements, partial knee replacement and knee arthroscopy
Sub-specialist areas of interest: hip pain in the younger adult, sports surgery of the hip, the use of cutting-edge technologies in treating osteoarthritis of the hip, complex redo hip surgery
Trained in undergraduate medicine at Cambridge University and proceeded to clinical training at the Royal Free Hospital in London
Performed basic surgical and specialist orthopaedic training in Oxford
Completed a postgraduate PhD degree in Oxford
Performed specialist fellowship training in hip and knee surgery in Melbourne, Australia
Fellow of the British Orthopaedic Association
Involved in training national and international hip and knee surgeons in surgical techniques such as hip arthroscopy, knee replacement and hip replacement