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Kalm provides holistic physiotherapy to improve strength, balance and confidence in order to maximise independence. 





Kalm offers private mobile physiotherapy in your own home. Whether you need help following a fall, stroke or just want to improve your mobility we can provide holistic physiotherapy to help you achieve your goals. Getting out and about when your older can be difficult therefore having physiotherapy at home is not only convenient but means we can gain a thorough understanding of your needs and therefore achieve the best outcome.

Where do you cover?

​Kalm covers Bransgore, Burton, Burley, Christchurch, Barton, Highcliffe, New Milton, Mudeford, Southbourne, and surrounding areas.


If you are further afield feel free to call us as we may still be able to see you subject to a small travel fee.

What conditions do you treat?

We treat a wide variety of conditions (see below), but if you're not sure we are happy to chat through your situtation to see if we can help:

  • Neurological conditions including stroke, parkinson's, multiple sclerosis and spinal cord injury. 

  • Falls including those worried they are at risk of falling. 

  • Recovery from surgery such as joint replacements

  • Anyone wanting to improve their mobility, balance or function. 

  • Those recovering from a short term illness such as a urinary infection or recent hospital stay, that wants to improve their independence and general stamina. 

  • Musculoskeletal conditions. 

How does it work?

Initial contact – get in touch via phone or email and we can discuss whether physiotherapy is suitable for you, and if so arrange a convenient time to visit.

Initial Assessment – we will ask you about your condition, history and what you would like to achieve with physiotherapy. Following this we will complete a physical exam, assessing things like your strength, balance and functional activities. We will then discuss our findings and work with you to create a suitable treatment plan. An initial assessment lasts 45-60 minutes and costs £60. 

Ongoing Physiotherapy –  your personalised treatment plan may involve exercises, manual therapy, taping and gait reeducation, but your exact treatment will depend on your needs and goals. We expect you to take an active part in your rehabilitation as this is the best way to ensure you reach your maximum potential. We can also provide advice on equipment and your home environment where needed. Follow up sessions can be booked as 30 minutes (£40), 45 minutes (£55) or 1 hour (£70). 



Kayleigh graduated from Bournemouth University in 2010.

Shortly after graduating she started to work at Salisbury District Hospital gaining valuable experience working in various areas such as respiratory, care of the elderly, musculoskeletal outpatients and in spinal injuries.

Spinal injuries became her passion and she remained at the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre for four years ultimately as a Senior Physiotherapist.  She has a number of areas that she specialises in such as shoulder rehabilitation, kinesiology taping and health and fitness following spinal cord injury. She also designed and managed fitness groups specific to patients needs.

Working with spinal injuries requires skills in a variety of areas and Kayleigh has extensive knowledge in posture, spasticity and functional rehabilitation. She presented at two Guttmann Conferences and introduced a variety of sports to wheelchair users at the spinal unit.

She now primarily works privately, mostly with the elderly who want to improve their mobility or are recovering from surgery or falls, as well as various neurological conditions. She also has broadened her massage techniques and offers a range of relaxing treatments at our clinic in Bransgore.  

In her spare time she enjoys walking her cockapoo, Harvey, as well and dancing and netball.

Kayleigh Pursey HCPC Registration Number: PH95404

Kayleigh Pursey CSP Registration Number: 087916


Victoria graduated with a BSC (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy in 2010 from Bournemouth University. She is currently registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and the Health Professions Council.

After graduating, Victoria secured a rotational post at the Queen Alexandra hospital in Portsmouth. Here she has gained valuable experience in musculoskeletal injuries, elderly rehabilitation, falls prevention and working within a community setting.

Since, she has specialised in community therapy since 2012, because she believes that everybody needs and should have access to physiotherapy. Within the community team she has gained extensive experience with the orthopaedic and trauma injuries, elderly rehabilitation and with falls prevention, which is now where her passion lies.

In the community Victoria has been extensively involved with assessing and treating patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and breathlessness. She has facilitated organising and running the pulmonary rehabilitation exercise group for Dorset Health Care University Foundation trust.  

In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her husband and twin boys. She enjoys reading, walks and Zumba exercise classes.

Victoria Miller HCPC Registration Number: PH96056

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