At Physio4Wycombe we are passionate about helping you improve your overall health & wellbeing.

A warm & caring approach defines our core values. We will always focus on your needs and help you achieve your goals.

We will always give you our best to help you achieve yours.

Meet the Team

meet the team Fraser Jackson
meet the team Sarah

Fraser Jackson

Fraser graduated in 1986 from Queen’s College, Glasgow with a BSc in Physiotherapy & continued his post graduate studies gaining a MSc in 1994 in Manipulative Therapy at Coventry University.

Fraser is an orthopaedic & manipulative physiotherapist with over 2 decades of postgraduate experience in orthopaedics, sports medicine & manipulative therapy.

His private practice started in 1996 not before he gained experience at Addenbrooke’s Hospital (Cambridge), Toronto General Hospital (Toronto, Canada) returning to the Radcliffe Infirmary & John Radcliffe (Oxford) before being lead physiotherapist at Wycombe Hospital.

Sarah Combes

I have always enjoyed keeping fit but like most of us suffered my fair share of injuries. Consequently, I have been to see several physios, osteopaths and chiropractors who really helped me over the years. The information I have learnt from them to assist in my recovery not only helped me return to sports but also sparked an interest and a desire to want to learn more about how the body functioned. This initially led me to massage – which began with a Holistic Massage qualification in 2017, from there I progressed to level 3, 4 and 5 Sports, gaining a distinction in all my exams. I was right, it was something I loved!!

Since then, I have not looked back – I am now a student at The London School of Osteopathy, which is challenging, but rewarding.

I was lucky enough to walk into Physio4Wycombe one afternoon in 2019, met Fraser and the rest is history. I now have a great client base and enjoy helping people in the way that I was helped. Whether you want to get back to your favourite sport, relief from postural pains from sitting at your desk all day, or you just want an hour’s relaxation away from the family I would be happy to see you.

A Brief History of The Clock House

The Clock House, Frogmoor, High Wycombe

The building was erected in 1893 as the “School of Science & the Arts”. Apparently, Wycombe High School for Girls first opened in 1901 when Miss Mary Christie was the first Headteacher. She presided over 18 fee paying students & 3 staff. The school soon outgrew the building and moved to Benjamin Road in 1906 where it remained for 50 years.

For those interested apparently the Clock House is described as “a detached Victorian building of Queen Anne Revival style, with imposing brick elevations, the entrance built at the base of the clock tower, with cupola & weather – vane, is the dominent feature”.

Between the wars it became a swimming pool and later a skating rink.

In 1946 it was converted to a theatre by 4 ex-servicemen. Unfortunately, in 1957 it closed due to financial difficulties when it fell into disrepair until finally being converted to offices in 1984.

Currently, the Scandic Dental Care occupy the ground floor moving here some 6 years ago.

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