Caroline Whittome

Caroline Whittome

Caroline holds a Diploma in Soft Tissue Therapy and would describe herself and Muscle and Joint Pain Specialist working to help clients with many issues such as carpal tunnel, neck, shoulder and back pain, plantar fasciitis, postural issues, sciatica. She is also trained in Dry Needling and Kinesiology taping. In addition, Caroline has undertaken specialist certified training in Oncology massage, Manual Lymphatic Drainage and Scar Therapy. She also works with clients suffering from  Parkinson’s and Motor Neurone Disease.

After realising through bodywork and clinical presentations the fundamental importance of the Vagus nerve, Glymphatic and Lymphatic systems in maintaining physical, mental and emotional health, Caroline will qualify in April 2024 as a certified Perrin Practitioner to also help those suffering from ME, MS, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Long Covid.

Her soul aim is to help resolve mobility issues and alleviate discomfort and pain felt by clients and runs her private clinic from her home in Bourton-on-the-Water in the Cotswolds. She works closely with other therapists specialising in Neurological and Visceral Physiotherapy, Cranialsacral Therapy, McTimoney Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Functional Medicine and Nutritionists to give her clients the best care possible.

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“Kate is a superb therapist and has moved me quickly from despair to recovery.”


”Kate has terrific skills and sensitivity – she treats the whole person, not just the symptoms”


”FIVE STAR EXPERIENCE.  Kate looks at the body as a whole (both physically and emotionally) and is able to identify and treat the root cause of the pain.  This type of Physiotherapy is much more logical and effective than traditional Physiotherapy.  The best physio I have come across – thank you Kate.”


“I have been seeing Kate on and off for several years now. She is incredible, no matter what my ailment and I have had various over the years, she has always managed to reduce my pain and increase my mobility. She is very professional but keeps a great balance of being personal too. I have been to many other physios but I will not see anyone else now.”


“Kate used a technique called visceral release to work on my internal organs, the effect has been amazing. I have had several sessions with Kate and the pain in my hip has almost gone. I can move freely and walk more easily.”


“I cannot sing enough praises for the treatment I received from Kate. Instead of treating the symptoms, she treated the cause of the problem.”

Tara (a professional triathlete)