We are often asked what makes Newcastle Sports Injury Clinic different, and how we achieve such effective results for our clients.
It all starts with our wonderful teams of specialists and the way they work together. We believe the key to successful injury rehabilitation and prevention is offering a suite of complementary services that can meet patients’ needs precisely, no matter what injury or pain they are suffering from.
Over the following months, we are going to profile the people that make our range of services tick, and who work in harmony to ensure people recover from their injuries as quickly as possible, starting this month with our experienced physiotherapists.
Physiotherapists in Newcastle, Jesmond and Alnwick
The physiotherapy team is our largest department and is at the heart of a lot of the work we do with patients. All our physiotherapists are fully-qualified and specialise in treating musculoskeletal conditions (ie muscles, bones, ligaments, tendons, nerves and joints.)
Our physiotherapy service is of the highest quality available, and we can offer it physiotherapy services across all three of our offices, in Newcastle city centre, Jesmond and Alnwick.
The importance of experienced physiotherapists
We have 10 physiotherapists at Newcastle Sports Injury Clinic who collectively have many decades of experience of treating and preventing injuries. This experience – and their qualifications – are important as it guarantees you’ll receive the highest possible level of care.
Remember: we apply the same principals when we treat non-sporting members of the public to when we are treating elite athletes.
You can find out more about our physiotherapy staff here:
Karen is the founder, director and clinical lead specialist at Newcastle Sports Injury Clinic. Karen has a reputation across the UK for her knowledge, passion, expertise and professionalism.
Mark graduated from both Teesside University and Nottingham Trent University achieving BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and a combined study of Biology and Sports & Exercise Science respectively – which is where his passion for sports-related therapy stemmed.
Toby is a qualified physiotherapist with experience in musculoskeletal, respiratory and community physiotherapy environments. Recently he has made the decision to follow his passion and specialise in the sports musculoskeletal industry.
Blanca graduated from the Complutense University of Madrid with a degree in Physiotherapy. Her passion for physiotherapy and specifically sports injury physiotherapy derived from her volunteering work at a volleyball club back in Spain.
Josie is a physiotherapist who graduated in 2015 from Teesside University. She gained experience at Sunderland Royal Hospital where worked with several patients suffering from both chronic and sports related injuries inspired her to pursue a career in this specific area.
Emily qualified in Sports Massage Therapy and recently gained a further degree in Physiotherapy from Northumbria University. Emily’s personal sporting background alongside a voluntary placement a within local rugby team, developed her passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Contact us on 0191 233 0500 for more information and we can make an appointment with the correct person to meet your needs. Alternatively, you can book an appointment with any of our physiotherapists via this link.