Liz Worsley MCSP MMACP

 

 

Liz qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1975. Since then , apart from a couple of short breaks to have her children she has worked in the NHS and then in private practice specialising in musculo-skeletal problems. She became a member of the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 1983 following further training and a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in 1998.

 

She has maintained an enthusiasm for the quest of solving her patients’ problems and encouraging ways to prevent recurrence. She has attended many courses and lectures over the years in order to keep up to date with the changing world of physiotherapy , learning various new skills to add to her

tool-box. Her treatment often combines several modalities e.g. mobilisation of joints and soft tissue with acupuncture or electrotherapy, exercise and advice.

Chris Lee MCSP 

 

 

CHRIS LEE Physiotherapist, qualified London 1991, has worked with Sports Performers, Artists, and Musicians from grassroots to elite level as well Chronic Back Pain sufferers recovering from surgery.

 

Chris is married and has 4 children.

 

As a fitness instructor and badminton coach, his work with disabled children moved him to qualify as a physiotherapist. Initially working in the NHS for 5 years across a broad range of disciplines and eventually specialising in orthopaedics and outpatients.

 

Chris spent 4 years at the Manchester City Football Club Sports Injuries Clinic under Sid Ahamed and ran the Glossop Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic. Chris has worked with Martin Knight, Pioneering surgeon in minimal invasive laser surgery at the Spinal Foundation UK. Chris has also designed and facilitated Health related workshops for large Corporate clients including stress management, wellbeing and Access to Work.

 

Postgraduate studies have included Acupuncture, Neuromuscular Dysfunction with the Manipulative Association of Chartered Physiotherapists, Psychobiology of Stress, Roehampton University London and Muscle Imbalance, Posture and Core Stability with Kinetic Control.

 

Other areas of interest are musculoskeletal development in children and adolescents, lifestyle change compliance and motivation, and the role of eastern health philosophy in western medicine.

 

Treatments may involve acupuncture, soft tissue/joint work, advice, exercise and always strive to improve independence.

A team you can trust