Welcome to Jackie Frazer Physiotherapy


The clinic has remained open throughout the pandemic in order to advise patients remotely whilst face to face contacts were not advisable.

In accordance with government and professional guidelines, Jackie is now returning to face to face treatments if it is considered appropriate for the patient.

All patients will receive a virtual triage via phone/email where you can outline your problem, and Jackie can assess the most appropriate approach and discuss the options with you individually.

When you attend the clinic, Jackie will be wearing the PPE recommended and rest assured, all hygiene protocols in line with PHE will be followed. She will outline the procedure in the call. Please could you wear a face covering to enter the clinic.

Rest assured, the treatment and management may look different at first but it will follow the previous pattern of hands on treatment, advice, and exercise programme, and assist you to a speedier recovery.

Reception cover is currently limited so if you ring, please leave a message and Jackie will get back to you within 24 hours, or for a quicker response, please email jackie@jackiefrazerphysiotherapy.co.uk

I am a fully qualified and experienced physiotherapist, with over 20 years experience in patient care within and around Gloucestershire.

Physiotherapy helps to achieve a healthier and pain free lifestyle. It aims to promote the body’s own natural healing mechanisms and restore normal movement and function using a variety of different techniques.

I offer a wide range of treatment options individually geared to each patient. I accept self referrals and those from medical practitioners and solicitors and I am registered with all the major insurers. I am based at a friendly clinic in central Cirencester, which I share with a podiatrist.

Please do not hesitate to contact me on 01285 653 624, whatever your physiotherapy needs.

You can be assured of highly professional care.

Physiotherapy Services

Postural Advice

Home Visits

I understand that every patient has an individual problem and therefore treatment is tailored to their specific needs. No two bodies are the same.
Prevention of reoccurrences is a vital part of physiotherapy treatment and advice may be given on appropriate positioning at work or home.
This is usually if the patient is in too much pain to travel or in the case of the elderly where it is often useful to advise on the home situation.