Kelly Dodds MCIMSPA, HSA

Rehabilitation & Medical Exercise Specialist,  Nutrition

Specialising in cancer rehabilitation, medical exercise and nutrition


About Me

Medical exercise has become my passion, and I thrive on supporting people with exercise, mental well-being, and nutrition.

I have 14 years’ experience in the Health & Fitness industry, and combined this with my interest in human biology, and now support many people with several different conditions.

I worked on the SafeFit Trial which was set up during Covid to support cancer patients physically, emotionally, and nutritionally.

I have also had the privilege of working with Sport England & Surrey Heath Council, and still work with Parkinsons UK, running two classes a week in Wokingham

Qualifications and Registration

Registered with CIMSPA, Parkinson’s UK, CanRehab Trust Charity.  I am also an Advanced Level 5 Nutritional Therapist.

How I can help you

I can help with the following medical conditions:

  • Cancer
  • Parkinsons
  • MSA
  • Diabetes (type 1 & 2)
  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Hypertension
  • Hypercholesterolaemia
  • Osteoporosis
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Obesity, Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Joint Replacement
  • Mechanical Back Pain.

I offer a consultation first so we can discuss your needs, and for me to complete an assessment, so we can implement a plan moving forwards. A nutritional deficiency assessment can also be carried out if we feel it is necessary.


Clinic and Home Visits available

I have access to the clinic in Bagshot, Zoom appointments, and home visits within a 10-mile radius. Zoom has proven to be extremely beneficial, and I have had the privilege of helping people all around the UK, as a result. 

Why is physical activity so important?

It has been proven that any physical activity has a positive effect on the human body, no matter what the circumstance.

Exercise is extremely beneficial during a cancer diagnosis.  Pre surgery support can make you stronger and more likely to recover better.  Exercise during chemotherapy or radiotherapy is completed as a maintenance and can help subside the side effects of treatment.  Exercise post-surgery & treatment can help re-build strength, endurance, reduce long term side effects, and reduce the risk of re-occurrence. 

Exercise in someone with Parkinsons can help slow the progression of the condition, helping to improve / maintain ROM, balance, muscle strength, flexibility, and strong vocal cords.

All other conditions, exercise can be implemented in a safe way, and in a way that’s specific to the individual.  We can all reap the benefits from physical activity, one way or another..  

Physical activity can be anything from stretching, ROM, gentle exercises, all the way up to attending the gym, running etc.

Please do contact me if you have any questions, or you would like to book a consultation.

Contact me now for more information or to have a chat about how I might help