about me

KHPhysiotherapy is owned and run by me….Kerstine.

I qualified as a sports injury and rehabilitation therapist in 2009 after studying for 2 years at The Midlands School of Massage in Nottingham. Prior to this I was a serving Fire Fighter with Nottinghamshire Fire and Rescue Service. I continued on to train as a physiotherapist at the University of Nottingham after working for the NHS in a busy, local community NeuroRehabilitation team. After working within a local respiratory team and for a private company dealing with mainly whiplash patients I realised I wanted to offer my patients a much more personalised, hands on experience so I set up KHPhysiotherapy.

My goals for every patient are to provide them with a comfortable, welcoming environment and give them the support, education and advice for them to be able to take ownership of their condition and move forwards along their road to recovery. Setting up my business in my community means I can support local people and hopefully continue to develop links between local GPs, groups and businesses. I have a good relationship with Kimberley Leisure Centre and several local PTs and trainers.  I have invested in my own development so I can add an extra dimension to my knowledge.

Personally I like to keep fit and active and hopefully inspire others to be more active.  I am a regular at Kimberley Leisure Centre and love working out with weights in the gym. This year I smashed my half marathon at Liverpool, coming in in 1hr 36 with a final 3 mile headwind.  I’ve taken part in various events and finished in the top 3 in several.  My business continues to develop and 2020 looks to be an exciting time for the clinic.


I have a level 4 Strength & Conditioning qualification and I continue to be an active member of my local running club the Kimberley & District Striders.

Kerstine Herbert

Kerstine Herbert

This year has been a successful year both in the business and personally. I have won several trophies at local events and in August I finished 3rd lady at the epic Ring of Fire Ultra. This was the hardest event I have done to date and I was super proud to raise £1500 for the stroke association. I strive to improve both personally and professionally and 2020 looks like being a great year for me and KHPhysiotherpay.

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