About Our TeamOur therapists are all qualified to the highest level and dedicated to offering the very best therapies to a whole host of different clients. Take a look at the different skills available from our therapists in order to see who suits your requirements.
Dawn has worked in this area for 12 years, specializing in sports massage and injury treatment and prevention as well as massage in pregnancy.
Dawn works as a both as a clinician, a tutor and assessor for sports massage, training physiotherapists, osteopaths and sports rehabilitators. Dawn understands the importance of working as a multi-disciplinary team member as works very closely with the physiotherapists at the clinic.
Sarah completed her BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy at Sheffield Hallam University in 2006. Since qualifying she’s progressed through the NHS working in Bury and Oldham before building a client base within the private sector.
Sarah is a keen hockey player and has worked closely with several hockey teams and athletes to address a variety of different conditions and their rehabilitation back to full fitness. Outside of the hockey season Sarah keeps herself fit with running and cycling and is undertaken several triathlons and understands the frustration of injury.
Sim graduated from Manchester university as a physiotherapist in 2006. Since graduating, Sim has worked in both the NHS and private sector, specializing in musculo-skeletal conditions and sports injuries.
Sim plays 5x side football on a regular basis and is well aware of the demands on the serious and not so serious athlete. Over the years, Sim has developed a strong working relationship with specialist consultants and is involved in post operative care as well as injuries.
Juan has many years experience as a remedial and sports massage therapist and manual therapist and has a large following of satisfied clients.
Juan works with a range of clients; athletes and musicians, people with recent and chronic pain. Conditions Juan commonly treats include: neck and shoulder pain, hand problems, rheumatoid arthritis and other auto immune conditions as well as fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and ME.
Helen is a chartered Physiotherapist (C.S.P), member of The Health and Care Professions Council (H.C.P.C) and member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). She has worked at a Senior level within the NHS and private hospitals for the last 29 years ensuring she has gained extensive postgraduate experience. Her early interest in sports injuries led to her involvement in The World Student Games Medical Team in 1991. She pursued this interest further by completing a Master of Medical Science degree in Sport and Exercise Science at Sheffield University in 1995. In addition to clinical work she has spent time teaching post graduate Sports Science Students at Sheffield University and after completing a post registration manipulation course for Physiotherapists at Sheffield Hallam University went on to teach on the same course. Early in her career she recognised the great benefits of acupuncture and how it complements physiotherapy – she has been practicing it’s use since 1992.
Out of work, Helen’s passion for exercise extends to ploughing up and down Grand Central swimming pool and supporting her husband and teenage sons in their sporting endeavours.
Rob qualified in 2002 and has specialised in musculoskeletal and sports injuries for the past 10 years.
He has worked extensively in the NHS and private practice. Rob has completed several post graduate courses and uses a variety of techniques in his treatments, including manual therapy, muscle imbalance correction, manipulation and kinesio taping.
Jo graduated with a BSc (hons) Physiotherapy degree in 2003 from the University of the West of England,Bristol. She progressed her career in Manchester and Stockport NHS hospitals before moving to the private sector in 2007. She has an excellent knowledge of sports injury, orthopaedic and rheumatological conditions. With over ten years experience Jo is highly specialised in her field and is able to treat and advise on virtually any problem she finds.
She has extensive training in acupuncture and uses traditional and western dry needling to compliment traditional manual physiotherapy techniques. Dry needling can be useful for those who are picking up training issues such as trigger points in the muscles – this is common in runners and triathletes.
We can usually fit an initial consultation within a couple of days or sometimes the same day
Our team constantly keep updated with new methods and regularly update their skills with new training
We use some of the latest technology in areas such as Sports therapy and Podiatry
Our therapists will always spend as much time as you need to clearly explain your condition and all of your therapy options