Bristol Clinic


The Bristol clinic is located in Bradley Stoke, Bristol and is the first prosthetic and orthotic clinic of its kind in the South West region with proximity to Wales and surrounding areas.

As with all our clinics, the Bristol clinic is led by a team of highly skilled and expert clinicians who provide the highest level of personalised care in prosthetics, orthotics and physiotherapy. The Bristol team also works with trusted rehab partners to ensure the best package of care and outcomes for clients.

We have ample free parking onsite for patients.

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How to find us

We are located at:

Ash House, 5 Fountain Court, New Leaze, Bradley Stoke, Bristol, BS32 4LA

The clinic is located north of Bristol, just off the M4 with 13 free parking spaces on site.

For those travelling to us by train Bristol Parkway is just 3 miles (9 minute drive) away which has a direct train to London Paddington (approx. 1 hour 15 mins), Cardiff Central (approx. 30 mins) and Birmingham (approx. 60 mins).

Proactive is the only private prosthetic and orthotic clinic to have purpose-built facilities. The Bristol clinic has five consulting rooms, a large well equipped fitting and physiotherapy room and prosthetic manufacturing technical area, providing prosthetic rehabilitation from initial consultation to post fitting physiotherapy support.

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Meet the team

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Katy McIntosh - Clinical Manager/Clinical Specialist Prosthetist

Godalming Clinic

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Katy has worked as a prosthetist for 10 years. Prior to joining Proactive, she was responsible for managing an experienced prosthetic team within the NHS in her role as Clinical Lead Prosthetist. In this post, she had the privilege of working with a broad range of clients with complex needs and varying levels of limb loss/difference

As an active person, Katy understands the importance of working collaboratively towards goals that clients have to maximize their outcomes. She always put the patient first in my clinical work and loves to think outside of the box with new and existing technologies to problem-solve any ideas or challenges that each unique person brings.

Katy’s favourite part of her role is working with different people to find out about them, working together to problem solve and get them back working towards their individual goals. Seeing people come back and having continuity of care is really important and very rewarding to her, and she loves hearing what people have been up to between visits!

Katy loves being outdoors. Cycling, hiking, circuits, paddleboarding or even just a Sunday dog walk!. She is also a keen netballer and enjoys attempting new recipes in the kitchen.  She would describe herself as enthusiastic, empathetic and calm.

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