Director MCSP, HCPC
Associate MCSP, HCPC
Associate MCSP, HCPC
Director MCSP, HCPC registered
Associate MCSP, HCPC
Colin Domaille MCSP HCPC
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Neurology
Colin is the founder and Co-director of Domaille Neurophysio.
He qualified from the Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy, Birmingham in 1991.
Colin has specialised in neurological physiotherapy for over 20 years and has a great deal of experience in working with people with a variety of neurological conditions and complex disability.
His NHS experience includes leading a large rehabilitation team in Bristol. He also worked as an Advanced Physiotherapy practitioner in North Somerset.
Colin grew up in Bristol and has worked here since 1994. He has excellent contacts and links to local services provided by the NHS, Charity and private sectors.
Colin teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level and is an external examiner for the University of West of England Physiotherapy degree course.
He has obtained postgraduate qualifications at Masters level in three neurological modules.
Colin has been on the committee of the Southwest Association of Chartered physiotherapists interested in neurology (ACPIN) for over 20 years and keeps up to date with evidence based practice by regularly attending courses and conferences.
Colin’s practice is influenced through the vast range of experience he has both utilising traditional ‘hands-on’ treatment approaches such as Bobath and Motor Re-learning and also with his extensive knowledge of advancing technologies such as Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation and robotic devices for the upper limb.
Colin has built up an excellent reputation through providing high quality physiotherapy intervention and communicating well with other professionals including Case Managers, solicitors and other therapists.
His treatment focus is very much on getting the best out of his clients and supporting their ability to ultimately self-manage their condition.
Melissa Domaille MCSP, HCPC
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Rheumatology
Melissa qualified in 1993 from the Queen Elizabeth School of Physiotherapy, Birmingham and worked for 24 years at University Hospital of Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.
She spent 3 years gaining broad physiotherapy experience before specialising in musculoskeletal conditions. She worked in the Rheumatology Department at the Bristol Royal Infirmary for over 20 years and has extensive experience of all types of arthritis including Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Osteoporosis and other rheumatic diseases. She also has expertise in managing hypermobility, fibromyalgia and osteoarthritis (OA). Melissa is experienced in falls prevention and helping people to optimise their mobility and function believing passionately that engagement in physical activity is beneficial for good health and well-being.
Melissa joined Domaille Physio as a partner in 2017 and is also currently leading a research project exploring the acceptability of Nordic Walking for people with Inflammatory Rheumatic Diseases. She has presented previous research findings at national and international conferences and maintains a network of multi-disciplinary professionals within the Rheumatology field.
Melissa believes in a holistic approach to support people feeling confident to self-manage their condition in the long-term. She is a qualified Pilates instructor which she frequently incorporates into her treatment programmes. A patient-centered approach is at the core of her practice.
Nicole Constable MCSP SRP
Nicole is an associate of Domaille Neurophysio.
She qualified with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of the West of England in 2001.
Nicole has gained a wide range of experience working with people with neurological conditions over the past 14 years.
She has worked in senior posts in both hospital and community based settings within North Somerset and South Gloucestershire.
Nicole is a member of the Association of Physiotherapists interested in Neurology ACPIN and Parkinson's Excellence Network which allows her to update her knowledge and skills regularly.
Nicole enjoys motivating people to achieve their goals, allowing people to fulfil their potential and manage their condition.
She uses a wide range of approaches including motor relearning, Bobath and hands on therapy.
She has completed specific courses including Postural management and specialist seating, upper limb rehabilitation, Pilates, and Amputee rehabilitation.
Duncan Pearson MCSP, HCPC
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Hands and Wrists
Duncan graduated from Bristol School of Physiotherapy in 1991 and has worked at the Bristol Royal Infirmary since then. He has over 20 years’ experience specialising in hands and wrists, including 15 years as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner working in orthopaedic clinics alongside hand and wrist surgeons.
Duncan has a special interest in wrist dysfunction and has extensive experience assessing and treating upper limb disorder (previously known as repetitive strain injury or RSI), trauma including fractures and sprains, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and people having undergone orthopaedic surgery.
Duncan has an MCSP in Exercise and Health Science and is a member of British Association of Hand Therapists.
Kate Cardinal MCSP, HCPC
Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in Paediatrics
Kate graduated from Coventry University in 1993 and worked in Leicester before moving to Bristol in 1996 to work at North Bristol NHS Trust. She has over 20 years’ experience of working in Bristol, specialising over the last 10 years in community paediatrics, treating children with a wide range of neurological, developmental and congenital impairments.
Kate has a special interest in early intervention and treatment of cerebral palsy and developmental delay. She has trained using the Bobath and neurodevelopmental methods as a treatment approach for children with neurological disorders and movement disorders.
Kate is trained in hydrotherapy and Halliwick. Halliwick is a method of teaching children with disabilities to swim.
Kate has experience of working with children both on dry land and in hydrotherapy prior to and following SDR surgery.
Kate is passionate about making physiotherapy fun and engaging for children and their families, maximising the child’s compliance and enjoyment of their therapy programme.
Kate is also a member of the Association of Paediatric Chartered Physiotherapists and the Aquatic Therapy Association of Chartered Physiotherapists