Nicky Grant

BSc Hons Physiotherapy, MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC, ACPAT A, RAMP – Chartered Physiotherapist

Nicky qualified from the University of the West of England in 2009 with a First Class Honors degree in Physiotherapy. Starting her career in the NHS at the Bristol Royal Infirmary Teaching Hospital and Frenchay Hospital she settled in Somerset specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton.

In 2011 she embarked on an MSc in Veterinary Physiotherapy in conjunction with her NHS work, gaining a Masters in Veterinary Physiotherapy with distinction.

Nicky now heads up the Win Clinic in Wellington. The practice treats canine, human and equine patients in a variety of locations. Nicky specialises in treating agility dogs and their handlers and has a special interest in optimizing canine performance, in canine sports injuries and rehabilitation.

In 2015, Nicky accompanied the 2015 IFCS Great Britain agility team to the World Championships in Italy, offering comprehensive care to both dogs and handlers. She was part of the KC Team GB coaching team, working as Team Physiotherapist (Special Projects) in preparation for the European Open and FCI Agility World Championships but stood down from this role in 2018 to focus on growing the Win Clinic. She also lectures on the MSc Veterinary Physiotherapy program at Hartpury as a guest lecturer, is part of two ongoing research projects and runs Win Agility (

Caroline Astley

BSc Hons Physiotherapy, PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, ACPAT A, MCSP, HCPC, RAMP – Chartered Physiotherapist

Caroline qualified as a human physiotherapist in 2012 from Plymouth University. Starting work in the NHS, Caroline worked in the community setting seeing a variety of patients including respiratory, orthopaedic and neurological cases. She soon discovered a passion for rehabilitation and became the Cardiac Rehabilitation Specialist Physiotherapist for the county, a post that she thoroughly enjoyed.

In 2015 alongside her NHS work Caroline gained a PG Cert in Veterinary Physiotherapy through Hartpury College. Caroline joined the Win Clinic team in 2016 and loves to see all the different cases that come through the door, whether it be a dog, cat, horse or even goats! She enjoys working at the Win Clinic, but also heads up the clinic run at Dogs at Donyatt – one of the satellite clinics, to ensure the veterinary physiotherapy expertise is accessible to clients in as much of the county as possible. 

When not at work, she enjoys looking after her horse Fudge, 2 cats and 2 rabbits. 

Zellah Theobold

BSc Hons Physiotherapy, PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, ACPAT A, MCSP, HCPC, RAMP – Chartered Physiotherapist

Zellah qualified from Cardiff University in 2012 with 1st class honours in Physiotherapy. Since qualifying, she has worked as a physiotherapist in the NHS predominantly specialising in acute trauma, alongside neurological and rehabilitation specialities. Experience working in a variety of sports settings,including rugby and athletics has meant Zellah continues to hold an interest in musculoskeletal injury, performance and rehabilitation combining Pilates and rider Pilates into her rehabilitation plans. Zellah also offers ridden biomechanical assessments between horse and rider.

Zellah went on to qualify from Hartpury with a PgDip in Veterinary Physiotherapy and on moving back to the South West in early 2018, joined the Win team. Zellah treats all equine, canine and human patients. Zellah enjoys treating a variety of cases including post op care and rehabilitation, to high level performance horses and dogs.

Amy Kings

BSc Hons Physiotherapy, PG Dip Veterinary Physiotherapy, ACPAT A, MCSP, HCPC, RAMP – Chartered Physiotherapist

After completing her PG diploma in Veterinary Physiotherapy at Hartpury University in 2018 Amy joined the Win Clinic team, treating a caseload of orthopaedic, neurological and musculoskeletal referrals. Like the rest of the team Amy is an ACPAT registered physiotherapist, working as a human physio since 2012 specialising in musculoskeletal outpatients before focusing her career in canine and equine physiotherapy.

Amy has a young Labrador called Tolkien who is an excellent model for learning and practising new rehab exercises with!.

Sophie Waymouth


Sophie’s first introduction to the Win clinic was as a client. The team helped with rehab for her young collie, Grace, following a TPLO surgery for a ruptured cruciate. Grace made a full recovery and returned to agility a couple of years later.

Sophie’s job as clinic secretary is, amongst other things, to register clients, liaise with vets including getting histories and gaining consent, and keeping the physio’s diary up to date. 

She works from home using our cloud based system, which allows her time to spend with her 4 energetic and slightly crazy collies.