Camilla Pedley


I have always had an enthusiasm and passion for helping others and a strong interest in the human body, which made physiotherapy the perfect career choice. I studied physiotherapy and graduated from the University of East Anglia. Post qualification I initially worked in a special needs school gaining wider experience in the musculoskeltetal, neurological and paediatrics areas.


I joined the clinic in 2013, having decided to specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy - and  I have enjoyed every second! In addition to my physio’ caseload I also instruct 7 Pilates classes per week and run a weekly group exercise class for people with Parkinsons Disease or other neurological diseases; I love the dynamic, fun and laughter that goes with teaching group classes. I have also completed several postgraduate courses since qualification, including gaining Acupuncture accreditation.

Outside of work I live with my fiancée Josh and we are excitedly planning our wedding. I like to keep active in my free time and really enjoy running. My life goal is to complete a marathon.

Amy Course

Bsc (Hons) Msc MCSP MAACP

Having studied Sports Science and Psychology at University I began my career working in leisure management at a busy sports centre where I became Duty Manager.  Alongside this role I was able to coach Trampolining, work in the gym inducting and providing exercise programmes as well as many other responsibilities that came with the job.  It was here that I developed my passion for helping others and became involved with the GP referral scheme that we effectively ran from the centre.  I loved working alongside people helping them work towards their goals and recovering from illness, it was at this point I decided leisure management wasn’t for me and that I needed to go back to University to study for my Physiotherapy degree.


I graduated from the University of Hertfordshire in 2007 and gained my first Physiotherapy role at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust.  This allowed me to experience many different avenues in Physiotherapy and develop my skills in a number of specialist areas. With continued professional development and post graduate courses I further enhanced my skill base.


In early 2014 my family and I decided to move back to our roots and moved to Cambridgeshire.  I worked for a short time back with the NHS in a Community role before I was delighted to secure a role with March Physiotherapy Clinic.  Although I am still a relatively new member of the team here I feel I have achieved one of my career goals of working in a job that I love.

Outside of work I live with my husband, two young children and my border terrier!  I try to keep myself fit and active.  Having recently completed  the Three Peak Challenge for Meningitis Now, I am now looking for my next watch this space!!

Jade Dubinsky

Bsc (Hons) BASRAT

From high school I have taken part in sports and from this I developed a fascination of sporting injuries which lead me to complete a degree in Sport Rehabilitation at The University of Salford. During my degree I gained experience in the musculoskeletal field by working with a football team and in a sport injury clinic. It was here that I realised my passion for working in clinic because I was able to interact with a wide range of people with a wide range of condition, meaning I never saw the same thing twice!

After moving to Peterborough, I secured a role with March Physiotherapy and I am excited to develop my skills and knowledge of managing MSK conditions; including massage, joint mobilisation/manipulation and individualised exercise perscriptions. I am also hoping to get qualifications in acupuncture and pilates in the near future.

Outside of work I live with my partner. We both believe in having active lifestyles and so we spend our weekends walking or mountain biking. I also love to play netball and hope to join a team in my area. 

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