Meet our team
BSc (Hons) MCSP HPC Chartered Physiotherapist
Lindsey qualified from Salford university in 2001 and has since gained invaluable experience working in the North West at a number of private physiotherapy clinics, as well as working as an on-site physiotherapist in the Occupational Health Departments of a number of large blue chip companies.
In her training she worked alongside Physiotherapists, Doctors and Podiatrists at a Premiership football club and was given the opportunity to observe Orthopaedic Consultants during surgery.
These experiences reinforced her ambition to specialize in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal disorders and brought her to where she is today, a specialist in the field of musculoskeletal physiotherapy.
Since qualifying Lindsey has attended many postgraduate courses to extend her clinical skills, including an AACP approved acupuncture course. She is currently studying at Masters level in Orthopaedic Medicine.
As well as being an ex-Cheshire County Lacrosse player Lindsey is a keen runner and fitness enthusiast, which she feels helps her to identify with the physical demands placed upon the body during sporting activities. Furthermore she understands at first hand the benefits of bespoke rehabilitation programmes to suit the needs of the individual patient.
Lindsey has worked with patients suffering with an array of injuries and conditions from the young to the elderly, including pain related to work (overuse and ergonomic pathologies) pre and post pregnancy, sport, pre and post operative, osteo-arthritic changes and neurological dysfunction. Her aim is to reduce your pain quickly and effectively so you can regain a pain free way of life in the shortest possible time.
She takes pride in offering you the very best in physiotherapy services but will advise when further specialist opinion is indicated and direct and help get you the necessary referral through the NHS or private healthcare.
BSc (Hons) MCSP HPC Chartered Physiotherapist
Andy is a chartered state registered physiotherapist as well as having a degree in sports rehabilitation qualifying in both in 2001.
Andy is a top class athlete running 400m so is well aware of the demands placed upon the serious and not so serious athlete. Over the years, Andy has developed a strong working relationship with specialist consultants and is involved in post operative care as well as injuries. Andy is a very hands on physiotherapist and has the experience and knowledge to get you back to full fitness fast.
Many surgeons refer patients directly to Andy following surgery, including anterior cruciate reconstruction, hip surgery, shoulder surgery and foot surgery. Andy will prepare you in advance with pre operative treatment and advise, ensuring the fastest possible rehabilitation post surgery. Andy also has a wealth of experience treating all musculo-skeletal injuries and back pain.
Over the past 13 years Andy has worked in Private Practice here in the North West before teaming up with Lindsey to run the Cheadle Hulme Physio and Sports injury clinic.
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HPC
Sarah qualified from Manchester School of Physiotherapy with Bsc Hons in 2001, and has worked within the NHS for 11 years and the private sector for 5 years as a musculo skeletal Physiotherapist. She completed post graduate studies in Mckenzie diagnosis and treatment techniques, and has a diploma in orthopaedic medicine. Sarah is also licensed to practise acupuncture and is a member of the AACP. She is registered with the CSP and HPC. Sarah is currently based at Liverpool Royal and Broadgreen Universities Hospital trust and has specialist interests in upper limb conditions, specifically shoulder problems, also lower limb rehab including post op treatment, and also rheumatological conditions.
Sarah is a keen runner and has completed several marathons, and is also a regular swimmer at Stockport Swimming club, having competed in open water swimming events.
Through her extensive experience of rehabiltation and treatment of sports injuries, and through her own keen sporting interests, Sarah has the knowledge and skills required to asses and diagnose musculo skeletal conditions, facilitate a patient’s return to sport, advise and educate patients appropriately in the management of long term conditions in order to manage and prevent further injury, and also maximise function.
Dawn Cocker BSc (Hons) Sports Masseur: cert Ed, IIHT, IIST, MIPTI, VTCT, F.A.
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. Dawn’s client base is wide in their requirements; Dawn treats very serious athletes both pre and post event as well as people wanting to maintain their well being in general. A growing client group are those that develop postural muscle pain secondary to working at a desk and driving; managing symptoms improves productivity, reduces absenteeism and helps in maintaining a general sense of wellbeing.
Dawn is qualified to massage pregnant women and at the Cheadle Hulme Physio we have a pregnancy pillow that allows you to lie on your front, allowing a comprehensive treatment. Dawn does use hot stones in some of her treatments – don’t think this is a relaxing beauty treatment. The hot stones are used to get deeper into sore spots without excessive pain and it is VERY effective – mention you want to have this when booking, it doesn’t alter the price.
Juan Pardo Sports and Remedial Masseur LCSP.
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.
Many office workers book in to see Juan on a regular basis to help maintain a painfree working life, relieving pain and identifying problem areas, giving them advise on managing these.
As a keen sportsman himself, Juan understands the demands placed on the body by sport and training.
Chris Hughes Bsc (Hons) MSST Sports Therapist
Chris has always been interested in sport and health, and from an early age enjoyed many sports at a high level from football to tennis. However, with his passion for sport came consequences and he was constantly in need of injury treatment. He saw several physios himself and became intrigued with all the sport injury treatment he received and decided that this is what he wanted to do as a career.
Chris graduated in 2007 as a Sports Therapist and has since worked at Sale Sharks rugby team and the Great Britain Taekwando Team at the World Championships in 2010. Chris has a passion for helping people and passing his knowledge onto them, so they too understand what is happening within their own body. “I think it is vital that the patient learns about their own injuries and can treat their symptoms and the cause to prevent future problems”.
Anthony Lowne BSc (Hons) Podiatry
Anthony Lowne is the musculoskeletal podiatrist for our clinic.
He qualified from the University of Salford in 2004 with an honours degree in Podiatry and has over eight years post graduate experience of NHS and private practice work.
He specialises in biomechanics and musculoskeletal disorders and is currently studying towards an MSc in clinical biomechanics. Anthony has up to date knowledge in biomechanics and use of the latest methods.
Anthony will be primarily treating all levels of sports related musculoskeletal and biomechanical injuries. He undertakes a thorough assessment of the patient which allows him to detect any abnormalities and prescribe custom made orthotics. As a keen athlete himself he will be able to understand not only the mechanical elements involved in treating the patient but also the psychology of the athlete in relation to injury, recovery and rehabilitation. He uses his professional experience to tailor specific treatments for each individual patient.
A list of typical injuries:
- Posterior tibia tendon dysfunction
- Medial tibia stress syndrome ( shin splints)
- Maltracking of the patella (runners knee)
- Plantar fasciitis (heel pain)
- Big toe joint pain
- Supinated feet (High Arch feet)
- Pes Planus (Flat Feet)
- Iliotibial Band Syndrome (Outside of the knee pain)
- Achilles Tendon Injury
- Fore Foot Pain
- Mid Foot pain
- Ankle Pain