We’re a team of three highly qualified physiotherapists, who treat people of all ages – whatever their injury or condition – helping them to enjoy their chosen lifestyles, pain-free.
We’re all fully qualified members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health Professions Council (HCPC).
A little more about the team at The Bingley Physiotherapy Practice…
All of our physiotherapists are fully qualified members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (MCSP) and registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).
We’re all highly skilled, patient, energetic and passionate about living a healthy lifestyle, and each one of us has a physically active or sporting background, which helps us to give our clients the benefit of our experience.
I opened the Bingley Physiotherapy Practice in 2008, and since then I’ve been lucky enough to be joined by a great team of physiotherapists.
I love my job! I’m truly passionate about getting people back to fitness, enabling them to live without pain. It’s a privilege to have a positive influence on how my clients progress to full fitness, and the job satisfaction is huge when I know I’ve made a difference to someone’s quality of life.
I am one of fewer than 150 physiotherapists in the UK, and one of only two in Yorkshire, (Katie being the other one!) to have completed a 10 month post…
I’m the Practice Manager at The Bingley Physiotherapy Practice, which means I arrange everyone’s appointments and generally make sure everything runs efficiently. I work closely with Jacqui, Katie, and Matthew to continually improve our services and develop the business for our customers.
I’m also a qualified personal trainer and a rowing coach at Bradford Grammar School, which I love. Giving people the opportunity to participate in this minority sport, and helping people to identify and then achieve their goals, whether specifically for rowing or for wider health and wellbeing, is what I enjoy most about the job.
For me, being a physiotherapist is such a rewarding role, meeting and getting to the root cause of my clients’ pain, putting them at ease and helping them to achieve their goals and reach their full physical.
I’m lucky enough to meet a range of people with different physiotherapy needs, from sports injuries to problems with general balance and mobility, work related disorders and trauma. It makes every day interesting and a challenge!
I treat acute injuries and long term biomechanical problems in clinic, and I offer home…
I’m extremely determined when it comes to treating my patients and getting them better and have successfully treated patients with all kinds of aches and pains.
Happily, I love nothing more than to research and solve a problem! I’ll often approach my patients’ individual ‘puzzles’ from a completely different angle, reading up on the latest techniques in order to solve them.
I also help people to deal with the wider emotional/psychological issues that they sometimes face as a result of injury or limited movement, over and above their physical symptoms.
I have always had a passion and interest in Health and Wellbeing, and as a Complementary Therapist I am privileged to be able to help people get the most out of life and take control of their own well-being.
Having always led a very busy and active life, I know first hand how important it is to support the body and mind with good physical therapies and relaxation.
Understanding how the body and mind work has always been a strong interest of mine. I really enjoy being able to assess a clients’ complaint and help them understand and overcome it.
My experience so far allows me a broad understanding of the human body, I have worked in the rehab of stroke, orthopaedic, major trauma and general medical patient’s, as well as working with patient’s suffering from long standing chronic pain.
I aim to help clients understand their symptoms and how they came about, in order to work with them to develop a solution.