Meet the team

We are a friendly team of fully qualified and highly experienced physiotherapists. You can be assured each physio at Fairhand Visiting Physiotherapists is:

  • Fully qualified
  • A member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
  • Registered with the Health and Care Professions Council
  • DBS (formerly CRB) checked
  • Undertakes annual mandatory training (such as basic life support, manual holding and infection control)
  • Maintains their Continuing Professional Development (CPD) through additional studies in their chosen field of clinical interestFairhand accredited logos banner



Frances Lamberth

Frances founded Fairhand Visiting Physiotherapists in 2005 to meet the growing need for elderly patients to be seen at home and has been a practicing physiotherapist for over 30 years. Frances has worked in both the public and private sector, this has allowed her to pick up knowledge across a variety of clinical areas.

A natural problem-solver, Frances works hard to unpick the detailed background and contributing factors that have created the problem for the patient, in order to deliver the most effective course of treatment. For this reason Frances enjoys meeting patients in their own home environment.

Boni Warambwa

Boni works at a senior level and has an extensive knowledge in the field of physiotherapy that dates back to 1977. Her skillset is broad and she holds particular expertise in the areas of neurology, care of the elderly and post-op treatments.

In the past, Boni has led her own private practice and has worked in public and private hospitals, both in the UK and Zimbabwe. With her dedication to her patients’ wellbeing and optimistic and friendly approach, Boni is a real asset to the Fairhand team.

Gosia Seabrook

Gosia Seabrook

I’ve worked passionately in the physiotherapy field since 1992. I started my career in the paediatric outpatient department, where I worked for several years. Then I moved on to gather further knowledge and experience in acute and oncology hospitals.

In recent years, I have been working in a rehabilitation hospital, with mainly the elderly. Helping with regaining their independence following a fall, or fractures, joint replacement or having a period of time in hospital and being discharged home.


Each of our physiotherapists is DBS checked, a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy & HCPC registered

The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy is the
professional, educational and trade union body
for the UK’s 50,000 chartered physiotherapists,
physiotherapy students and associates

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