At Body Balance Works we provide high quality, patient-centred physiotherapy specialising in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.
At Body Balance Works we have a 'hands-on' approach to treatment. We use a variety of different techniques including manual therapy, electrotherapy, taping, and exercise prescription to deliver an excellent service and in order to optimise the results of treatment.
We are registered with all the major insurance companies. For more information on this please contact us!
Hayley Rice Bsc(Hons) Director and Head Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor
I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Nottingham University graduating with a First Class Honour Degree. I am a member of both the HPCP and the CSP. I started working at Coventry University Hospital as an orthopaedic research physiotherapist, where I worked alongside Consultants in a fracture clinic and on the orthopaedic wards. In 2013 I joined Oxford University Hospital where I worked in a variety of different clinical settings including outpatients, orthopaedics, intensive care and general medical wards. I then decided to specialise as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and have worked at both Oxford University Hospital and Warwick Hospital in this role.
I have a very 'hands on' approach to treatment and have completed various courses in advanced manual therapy. I also have a diploma in Sports Massage. I have completed my APPI level 1 and 2 matwork pilates courses. As well as my physiotherapy, I also run group based pilates classes at various locations across Warwickshire.
I like to keep active, and enjoy running on a regular basis!
Becky Gray Bsc(Hons), Chartered Physiotherapist and Pilates Instructor
I qualified as a Physio from the University of East London in 2001 and moved to Brighton to complete my Junior rotations within the NHS, quickly specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients, sports injuries and acupuncture at a Senior level.
I moved back to Warwickshire in 2007 and have mainly worked in Private practice since then.
I completed my Pilates training in 2015 with the APPI to Matwork Level 3 and Pilates for Horse Riders. Pilates complements my practice offering ongoing rehabilitation and management of back and other joint problems. It's also great for clients who like to run or do any sport, at whatever level. Personally, I find it really helps me to stay relatively balanced and flexible as I enter middle age!
With 2 young children, 2 cocker spaniels to walk and physio work including pitch side First aid at Warwick School Rugby, I'm kept busy! But, when possible I enjoy training for endurance swimming events and triathlons in the summer and ski trips in the winter.
Dan Hope Bsc(Hons), Chartered Physiotherapist
I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from Coventry University graduating with a First Class Honour Degree. I started working at Warwick Hospital on the trauma and orthopaedic wards. Alongside this I also worked with Wasps Rugby AASE where I provided match day first aid and helped rehabilitate players back to full fitness. I then specialised as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and I am currently working part time at Birmingham Community NHS foundation Trust.
I have a diploma in Sports Massage and have completed various courses in taping. As well as Physiotherapy I also work as a Personal Trainer and I am currently taking on 1 to 1 clients and running small group exercise classes. I enjoy training regularly and completing a variety of fitness challenges.