About Us

For appointments please ring 01600713012 or email monmouthphysiotherapy@hotmail.co.uk. 


Nathan Chidwick MSc BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP MHPC is a chartered physiotherapist www.csp.org.uk and is registered with the Health Professions Council which is the UK regulatory body for all qualified physiotherapists www.hpc-uk.org.



Nathan qualified from Cardiff University in 1996 and has gained experience working at many hospitals including those in Chichester, New Zealand, Abergavenny and Newport and now works at Chepstow and Monmouth Hospitals as a clinical specialist physiotherapist in Monmouthshire’s Spinal Pain Clinic.  He has over 12 years experience in private practice treating a variety of conditions and working closely with rugby clubs, athletics clubs, businesses and health insurance companies.


Nathan completed his Masters Degree in advanced physiotherapy practice in 2007 at Cardiff University and has also completed a Masters level certificate in Injection Therapy at Southampton University in 2009.  Through Nathan’s work in the NHS he keeps himself updated in the latest evidence based research and treatments and also teaches physiotherapy regularly within the Aneurin Bevan Health Board to both undergraduate and qualified physiotherapists.

Caroline Jordan qualified in physiotherapy at the Queen Elizabeth Physiotherapy School, Birmingham in 1991, and has worked as a physiotherapist in Gwent since then, predominantly at Nevill Hall and Monnow Vale Hospitals.  In 2001 Caroline gained membership of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) through taught courses at St George’s Hospital, London, advanced level clinical placements, and self-study.  Through further study at Cardiff University she gained an MSc in physiotherapy in 2006.  Caroline’s most recent achievement is a Master’s module in injection therapy at Keele University.

Caroline has always had an interest in musculoskeletal outpatients, and alongside academic study has attended a broad range of post-graduate short courses with some highly acclaimed tutors.  In the past ten years she has developed a special interest in shoulder rehabilitation, and since 2005 has worked as a clinical specialist physiotherapist.  This role has included working in orthopaedic clinic at Nevill Hall Hospital alongside consultants specialising in shoulder surgery.  Caroline attended the International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in 2011, she is a member of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society.

Caroline teaches and mentors colleagues of different levels in her job role, and annually teaches elbow assessment on the Cardiff University Physiotherapy MSc course.





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