Meet the team

Daisy Wilson BSc (Hons) MCSP 

Daisy picDaisy qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist 18 years ago at The Universtiy of East Anglia. Following graduation Daisy specialised as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the Hammersmith Hospitals NHS trust in London.

Daisy moved to Dubai in 2005 with her husband. There, she worked for 12 years in a highly regarded private sports injuries clinic, working closely with the team of physios, nurses, sports physicians and surgeons.

In addition to this, Daisy worked with the Porsche team during the “Le Mans 24 hour race” held annually in Dubai, at the Dubai Rugby 7s 2005-2016 as a tournament Physiotherapist, at all Dubai marathons from 2005-2016 offering roadside Physiotherapy and at various music concerts, including the Dubai leg of the Justin Bieber Tour in 2015.

Daisy’s post-graduate qualifications include acupuncture, dry needling, STOTT Pilates, hydrotherapy and manipulation. Daisy has a “hands on” approach to her treatments and enjoys assessing and treating all manner of injuries and ailments from the Neck and Jaw to the Foot and Ankle.

Daisy repatriated to the UK and joined Novo Physiotherapy in Sept 2018. She lives locally with her husband, 4 children and dog and enjoys a multitude of sports… when time allows!

James Gay BSc (Hons) MCSP 


James Gay – Physiotherapist

Clinical Director of Novo Physiotherapy Ltd, James graduated from the University of Southampton in 2008. After completing his core rotations with Solent NHS trust, he specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. He quickly gained a team leader role within Southern Health Foundation Trust where he honed his craft of assessing and treating both acute and long term conditions. James has recently been appointed as MSK Physiotherapy Service Manager for Southern Health  and is now predominantly running the business.

James was a founding partner of Novo Physiotherapy and has enjoyed building the reputation of the business through providing rapid access to high quality therapy for the residents of Alresford and the surrounding areas.

Aside from physio, James is a keen sportsman. He plays rugby for Tottonians RFC, cycles and runs.