Patient centred care is why we have become so reputable in Peterborough. We are able to provide expert diagnosis then from this use our skill set to provide research based treatment. We prioritise listening to our patients, a key skill public heath-care lacks.
Showler Physiotherapy was formed in 1999 starting as a small clinic running evening appointments. Over the last 20 years it has grown into one of Peterboroughs largest clinics with a vast, returning client base due to our exceptional patient outcomes and patient centred approach. Due to this we relocated to Bannatyne gym, Werrington where we remain today. Through this we have access to world class gym facilities, a reception, car park and cafe. We also have a great relationship with insurance providers who choose our services. See below for further information on our individual clinicians. Our clinicians attend multiple yearly research courses to make sure you are receiving breakthrough treatment.
Jake Showler Bsc (Hons) HCPC CSP
Jake gained his physio degree from Leeds Beckett University before returning to Peterborough. His career highlights include treating Olympic gold medal athletes and working between the local hospital, clinic and Bannatyne gym giving him unbeatable knowledge of healthcare services and pathways in the area. He specialises in back pain as well as muscle and joint injury. He is keen on tracking breakthrough healthcare research and implementing this in his practice whilst looking into the future of healthcare. Jake also has experience working for a professional rugby team and on major trauma units.
Outside of work, Jake plays semi-professional football and has multiple marathons under his belt including London marathon 2018 and a 40 mile ultramarathon. He is also a member of Luffenham Heath golf club.
Paul Showler Bsc (Hons) HCPC CSP
Paul attained his Physiotherapy degree from Salford University in 1999 becoming Peterborough United Football Club's head physiotherapist. From this he started his own private physiotherapy clinic before leaving the football club to focus on the thriving clinic. He is a a manual musculoskeletal physiotherapist specialising in biomechanics and dysfunction. He regularly treats professional sports people including international standard competitors and the general public.
He was a professional footballer as a young man playing for Sheffield Wednesday, Sunderland, Bradford City & Barnet and he represented his country at semi-professional level earning England caps against Italy and Wales. He is also a keen golfer playing off a handicap of 3.