• About Us
  • Richard Mason - Specialist MSK Physiotherapist  BSc Hons HCPC
  • Richard graduated in November 2005 from Coventry University and since then has gained a wealth of experience within different sectors, including the NHS, Military, private practice and Occupational Health. He is the clinics running injury specialist and has a keen interest in all sporting injuries. Richard has run several marathons which include New York, Dublin and London Marathon and possesses a best time of 2hrs 22mins. He has completed many post graduate courses and also holds a Sports Massage Diploma and has been practicing Acupuncture since 2006. Much of Richards post graduate training has been in Running Biomechanics and he has completed over a thousand Gait Analysis and Biomechanical assessments.

  • Jack Gleave- Sports Rehabilitator First Class Hons Salford University BASRaT
  • Jack graduated from the University of Salford with a first class honours Degree in Sports Rehabilitation enabling him to diagnose and treat Musculoskeletal and Sports injuries. He also holds a Sports massage level 4 qualification. Jack has worked within a variety of sports at Elite level including Cycling, Squash and Swimming in both able-bodied and Paralympic disciplines as a contractor with the England Institute of Sport. Jack was also an outstanding runner at 800metres, winning national medals as a junior, and during 2016 become a guide for visually impaired athletes. Jack has a keen interest on exercise rehabilitation and focuses on what the individual can do rather than what they can't, in order for them to achieve their goal 

  • Nathan Strong- Sports Therapist UCLan first class Honours MSST
  • Nathan is a fully qualified Sports Therapist. He graduated from the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) with a first class honours degree and has a VTCT Level 4 qualification in Sports Massage.
  • Nathan is currently Head of Sports Therapy at Leigh Miners Rangers RLFC and an onsite therapist for High Legh Park Golf Club, he has a wealth of experience working within some of the top sports clubs in the North West including; Burnley FC, Bolton Wanderers Ladies FC and Wigan Warriors RFL.
  • Nathan’s exposure to sporting environments throughout his degree has allowed him to become adept to assessing and treating a multitude of MSK injuries. He also strongly believes that being proactive instead of reactive toward injury prevention and rehabilitation is essential in maintaining an individuals participation in their chosen activities.

 Dave Challenor - Sports Massage Therapist 

Dave was a police officer for 30 years, retiring in June 2013. Whilst in the police Dave trained as a sports massage therapist, gym instructor and sports psychologist utilising these skills working with police athletes and rugby players. Dave enjoys endurance sports and has done numerous marathons (including London and Madrid) and other events such as the Snowdon 7 Peaks Challenge and the Scotland Coast to Coast Challenge. In recent years Dave has taken up Triathlon and has completed several short and middle distance events. He has signed up for his first half Ironman in 2017.
Tony Wardle- Sports Massage Therapist

Tony is a keen runner with South Cheshire Harriers who has competed at all distances from 800m- marathon since 1981. He has enjoyed all sports but his passion for running has also been a driving force for his decision to train as a massage therapist. He often supports as a massage therapist at many events around the County when not competing and is fast building a good reputation amongst runners.

Tony is fully qualified with a Level 3 Diploma in sports massage therapy and his eyes are firmly set on the future with Level 4 to follow very shortly.

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