The Physiotherapists

As founders of Severn Physiotherapy, Skye and Kelly share a vision to provide local people with physiotherapy when and where they need it. They bring physiotherapy to your door in North Somerset, Bristol and South Gloucestershire

Skye Ramell


Skye qualified as a physiotherapist in 2010 from the University of Southampton and has completed masters level study in Physical Assessment and Clinical Reasoning. Since qualifying she has worked in the NHS and private practice. She has experience in a range of specialties including women’s health, neurology, older people’s rehabilitation and respiratory care.

Skye strongly believes in empowering patients to achieve their goals and feel confident in managing their health. She loves the opportunity to get to know patients to enable them to get the best out of their physiotherapy treatment.

Skye currently treats patients in the following specialities:

  • mobility problems
  • balance issues
  • a history of falls
  • orthopaedic problems, such as surgery or arthritis
  • respiratory (breathing problems)
  • pregnancy massage

Kelly Steed


Kelly qualified in physiotherapy after having a career in marketing and teaching English abroad. She has worked in the NHS, with experience in local community teams as well as practising from Comfort Health in Clifton, Bristol. She is currently studying for her Pilates teaching qualification. Kelly loves learning and developing her skills by attending courses, listening to webinars, and sharing supervision with her peers. Her latest venture is supporting the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy charity in a committee role as social media officer.

Kelly believes that the waiting lists for community care are often too long and aims to provide a local service to people who will benefit from physiotherapy now. She enjoys working with people to identify their individual goals and treats in a caring, kind and respectful manner at all times.

She can help with:

  • improving mobility and balance
  • understanding and reducing the risk of falls
  • getting ready for or recovering from an operation
  • getting back to activities after a period of time in hospital
  • pain
  • sports and remedial massage
  • post natal symptoms and returning to exercise