About us

Radnor Physiotherapy and Complementary Therapy is the private practice of Hermione Evans, who has been a chartered physiotherapist for almost 40 years, having graduated with distinction from the Royal London Hospital.

The holistic approach and the fact that you offered a range of treatment options and self help advice was I believe a positive way forward for me and I would certainly recommend your services. Many thanks

Mrs R, Reading

Each visit is a joy and brings a great deal of serenity into my life (a life that carries with it immense amounts of stress). I get to relax for 60 minutes and it is marvellous. I will gladly pass your name to anyone in need

Mrs H, Maidenhead

Background and Experience

Hermione Evans is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP), as well as PhysioFirst (The Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice).

She has worked at home and abroad in many hospital specialties, but in recent years has specialised in the treatment of chronic and acute pain, particularly pain associated with the spine and head. Having herself once been a sufferer of chronic pain, she values the way in which complementary therapies integrated into the physiotherapy care plan can help in the healing of the whole person, body , mind and spirit. She specialises in:

  • physiotherapy
  • cranio sacral therapy
  • yoga as therapy
  • reflextherapy
  • visceral manipulation
  • find out more on the therapies available page

In recent years she was the Occupational Health Physiotherapist for the BBC in Reading, Berkshire and has specialist knowledge of problems associated with the workplace environment. She is particularly able to help with RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) - sometimes known as WRULD (Work Related Upper Limb Disorder).

Hermione now practices in New Radnor, Powys, Wales. Prior to that she worked at the Sonning Common Health Centre near Reading, and before that, The Reading Sports Injury Clinic under the clinical direction of Dr Peter Thomas, specialist sports medicine consultant and Olympic Team Physician. The clinic also boasted a pain management team under the auspices of Dr Steve Allen with whom Hermione worked closely.

Research and publications

Hermione has assisted in research into Reflexology and Asthma and is the Education Officer for ACPIRT (The Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Reflextherapy).She is currently involved in writing a training course for health professionals wanting to use Reflex Therapy in their work.

She has also assisted in an exercise based Back Pain Trial with York University, has been a contributor to the book, 'Complementary Therapies for Physical Therapists' (edited by Bob Charman. published by Butterworth-Heinemann Oxford England in 2000) and has been an associate tutor with the Midland School of Reflextherapy, whose Principal, Christine Jones, is a fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy.

In 2004 she was invited to write the foreword to a German text book on Complementary Medicine (Angewandte Physiologie. 5 “ Komplementaire Therapien verstehen und integrieren. Ed. Frans van den Berg. Pub. Thieme).

She has presented workshops to Health professionals and others, including The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy Annual Congress in October 2001.

How to book an appointment

Appointments for treatment can be booked (or requests for further information) through our Contact us page


The Long House
15 Broad Street
New Radnor

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