About Me

Here is a bit about me, Donna Millard. As a qualified physiotherapist in Bishop’s Stortford, my core values are to consider the whole person and treat the whole person. I use a caring and sensitive approach to relax my patients and gain their trust. I have a hands-on multifaceted approach with effective and positive treatment outcomes, using evidence-based practice with Chinese medicine and other complementary therapies.

I am proud to say that I have gained most of my patients through word of mouth recommendations; you can read some of my testimonials here.

Working with the human body for over 18 years, I first trained as a holistic therapist applying sports massage and reflexology before qualifying as a physiotherapist – treating everyone from the young, the elderly to the athlete.

The importance of understanding the link between a person’s physical and emotional sides is paramount when treating pain. Therefore, my training has extended to myofascial release and acupuncture, often used in conjunction with physiotherapy techniques in order to get the best results for my patients.

Over the past few years I have also used Pilates to help rehabilitate my patients. I trained with The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) in Matwork series, using small equipment such as balls, and bands to help maintain good posture and to achieve strength, length and overall fitness. In November 2020 I also qualified as a restorative yoga teacher. In addition to this, I am a qualified Life Coach with Pure Academy.

What else do you need to know about me, Donna Millard?

My main core values are health, integrity, self-development, empowerment and freedom. 

I enjoy life and seek new adventures.

I care deeply about health/life and all that it encompasses.

Completed the 3 Peaks Challenge during a challenging time in my life – I needed to have a focus that year and there is nothing like climbing a mountain or 3 when you fear heights to get you through it – what this tells you about me is that where there’s a will there’s a way.

Learnt to scuba dive – another fear faced…

Apparently I can’t sing!

I am told I have a great sense of humour and zest for life.

Driven and ambitious to help people thrive and explore their own possibilities.

Love nature and the world we live in – forever grateful.

Love food – particularly Sushi!

Fundraise yearly for Crisis – I believe no one should be sleeping on the streets.

Hopefully that has given you an insight into a bit about me, Donna Millard.

As a qualified physiotherapist my core values are to consider the whole person and treat the whole person. I use a caring and sensitive approach to relax my patients and gain their trust. I have a hands-on multifaceted approach with effective and positive treatment outcomes, using evidence-based practice with Chinese medicine and other complimentary therapies.

I am proud to say that I have gained most of my patients through word of mouth recommendations.

Working with the human body for over 18 years, I first trained as a holistic therapist applying sports massage and reflexology before qualifying as a physiotherapist – treating everyone from the young, the elderly to the athlete.

The importance of understanding the link between a person’s physical and emotional sides is paramount when treating pain. Therefore, my training has extended to myofascial release and acupuncture, often used in conjunction with physiotherapy techniques in order to get the best results for my patients.

Over the past few years I have also used Pilates to help rehabilitate my patients. I trained with The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI) in Matwork series, using small equipment such as balls, and bands to help maintain good posture and to achieve strength, length and overall fitness. In November 2020 I also qualified as a restorative yoga teacher.