Physiotherapists

Matthew Stevenson
Matthew Stevenson
                   
Specialist in musculoskeletal therapy. Keen interests in injury rehabilitation, neck, lower back pain and lower limb injury.
Matthew Stevenson
B.Sc, Hons physiotherapy

Matthew is an MSK specialist who has a number of years of experience working within private practice settings and professional sport. He has a strong interest in rehabilitation from all musculoskeletal injuries, always aiming for a full and timely recovery. Key areas of interest include spinal pathologies, postoperative rehabilitation, and all lower limb injuries.

Ben Nixon
                   
Physiotherapist
Ben Nixon
B.Sc ,Hons physiotherapy

Ben graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy in 2011. His most recent role is Consultant Physiotherapist for the Football Association. He has previously worked in the English Premier League with Stoke City and has been Head Physiotherapist at Port Vale F.C in the Football League. Ben’s experience in treating elite athletes enables him to holistically assess, diagnose and treat a wide array of musculoskeletal injuries; ensuring patients are not only pain free but physically fitter and more robust. He has completed a number of different courses to advance his skillset to ensure he utilises a variety of evidence-based strategies to suit the individual requirements of each patient.

Jennifer Makin Sports Therapist
Jennifer Makin
                   
Sports Therapist
Jennifer Makin
Bsc (Hons)

Jennifer graduated from Salford University, Manchester and has over 7 years experience working in a private practice carrying out assessments on musculoskeletal injuries. She has worked extensively in semi-professional football providing pre/post event massage, rehab plans & pitch side management. Her experience extends to supporting UK athletic teams with pre-habilitation and sports massage therapy. Her special interests include Sports injuries and Musculoskeletal conditions. Her approach is to provide the Patient with information and advice on how they can utilize their movement better to enable them to become more functional for activities of daily living and/or in the sporting environment.