Physiotherapists at The Clinic have in-depth knowledge of how the body works and specialized hands-on clinical skills to assess, diagnose, and treat symptoms of illness, injury and disability. Physiotherapists often work in teams with other health professionals to help meet an individual’s health care needs.
Neck, back and joint pain
Musculoskeletal sports injuries
Special interest in cycling and running injuries
Exercise and advice
Manual therapy / mobilisations
Deep / soft tissue massage
Shockwave therapy (ESWT)
Barry Goudriaan – Physiotherapist - MCSP, HCPC registered, BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy
Barry is an experienced Physiotherapist with a background in working with Elite athletes in professional sports for 20 years. Barry graduated as a Physiotherapist (BSc) in his hometown Rotterdam in the Netherlands in 1996.
As well as working in private practice and in the Out-Patients Department at The Wellington Hospital, St John Wood, London. He has been a Physiotherapist for the First Team of Leicestershire County Cricket Club and from March 2004 until September 2021 Barry worked at Northamptonshire County Cricket Club as the Head Physiotherapist and filled a dual role as Science and Medicine Lead from 2010.
During this nearly 18-year period Barry has also prided himself with practicing his physiotherapy skills in different discipline including Consultancy work with the Northamptonshire Saints RFC, Northampton Town FC, ECB England U19, private schools in Stowe, Oundle and Bedford and the local Private Practice Witty, Pask & Buckingham. He also provided Physiotherapy for elite athletes from the worlds of motorsport, golf, equestrian, martial arts, triathlon and hockey.
Barry is passionate about applying his extensive experience and elite approach to physiotherapy to the patients at The Clinic. Working with and supporting young athletes, work related injuries as well as rehabilitation of the senior citizens of our community. At ’All Out Performance & Physiotherapy’ the philosophy is to enhance your performance with treatment and exercise prescription tailored to your individual needs.
When he is not working you will find him out and about with his young family. Or training for another Go Dharmic charity marathon. He is currently training for the Polar Circle Marathon in Greenland for their Go Green campaign. After recently competing charity marathons in London, Glencoe and across Mount Everest.
Barry is currently available at The Clinic on a Tuesday and Friday. Saturday morning can be made available by prior arrangement.
Until the 30th November he will apply introductory fees of £55 for the initial consultation and £40 for a follow-up.
Barry is currently in the process of being registered with all major health insurance companies to cover your physiotherapy treatments at The Clinic.