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Supporting people for better health and wellbeing.

Physio AtOne has the vision of supporting people through rehabilitation to achieve health, wellbeing, function and performance, whatever the goal.


Assessment 45 min: £65
Follow up 30 min: £45

What to Expect

Our service delivers a comprehensive assessment and management plan, using the most up to date evidence and ensures that our clients have a treatment plan specific to their individual needs.

Physio AtOne provides an experience that integrates the many components of health and wellbeing managing the client as a whole. In Physio AtOne we provide hands on treatment to improve joint movement and muscle flexibility, rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, cardiovascular fitness (heart and lung fitness) and we provide other strategies to improve physical capability through Yoga and Pilates. Through providing a holistic approach to the clients problems, sustainable change in health and fitness can be maintained.


Virginia Harvey

Gin is a local in Rhiwbina, married with two very energetic boys. Health, fitness and wellbeing is a core feature in her life. She enjoys running, road-biking, weights, surfing, skiing and most things outdoors! Gin, in life pre-kids, played netball and touch rugby. She is currently doing her yoga teacher training. Being involved in the local community is of great importance to her and she is currently an assistant coach for the under 7s Rhiwbina Squirrels, hoping to provide a strong role model for girls in sport.

Gin qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2003 with first class honours degree. She has over 10 years-experience of being an Extended Scope Physiotherapy Practitioner in Cardiff and Vale NHS. She has developed expert diagnostic skills, hands on treatment and in-depth rehabilitation knowledge in the musculoskeletal setting.

Experience past and present:

  • Rehabilitation 1:1, gym class settings and hydrotherapy
  • Pre-habilitation 1:1
  • Consultant Orthopaedic clinics
  • Minor injuries / A&E
  • Occupational Health
  • Hydrotherapy
  • Welsh Hockey U18
  • Welsh Select Rugby

Rehabilitation Skills:

Gins skills range from rehabilitation of acute injuries, chronic conditions affecting the knee and back to post-surgery. She has extensive advanced rehabilitation skills from her involvement in the advanced rehabilitation classes for both lower limb and upper limb problems allowing for return to high level sport or high-level demand work in a safe and timely manner. Having previously developed the Fit for Work classes in Cardiff and Vale, Gin also has an excellent understanding of functional rehabilitation for maximising work fitness.

Prehabilitation skills:

Gin is particularly interested in achieving the clients best physical condition in preparation for surgery, which maximises the benefits of the procedure being undertaken. Her interest in this area has led her to develop patient videos to help understand what surgery involves from the patient’s perspective, which features on the Cardiff and Vale and Trak rehabilitation website.

Consultant Orthopaedic Clinic:

Gin has gained expert knowledge in knee injuries and knee pain having worked for 10 years- directly alongside Orthopaedic Surgeons with specialist interest in knees and shoulders in the CAVOC clinics in Llandough. This also allows for excellent links for input when investigation and treatment is needed beyond Physiotherapy alone.

Minor Injuries:

During the past 3 years, Gin has gained invaluable experience in the busy environment of A&E/minor injuries in the University Hospital Wales. This involves diagnosing and managing a range of acute injuries from fractures to ligament and tendon injuries ensuring correct management and onward referral for investigations and management when appropriate.

Injury prevention:

Gin is specifically interested in injury prevention and has broad knowledge with regards to all the elements of exercise needed to keep the body in peak condition for work and sport. She can provide a whole-body musculoskeletal MOT and planning how to incorporate an injury prevention plan and assisting in making this a realistic factor within busy lives.

Occupational Health:

Previously, Gin has spent 3 years as a part of her Physiotherapy role working in Occupational Health for Cardiff and Vale NHS, managing work related injuries and pain as a consequence of repetitive strain. She also developed the skills around health evaluation and fitness to work.


Currently, Gin is gaining her Yoga Teacher Training qualification, with a twist. She can incorporate resistance work into her sessions using weights and resistance bands to maximise muscle tone, which will be advantageous for holistic rehabilitation

Let us support you towards better health and wellbeing.


1 Lon Ucha
CF14 6HL

We’re located in the heart of Rhiwbina village, just off the main high street. We are easily accessible, only 5 min drive from the M4, 2-minute walk from the bus stop and a 5-minute walk from the train station. We also have 5 parking spaces and 6 spaces in our bike shed (bring your own lock).