Sandy Graduated from Manchester University in 1993 with a BSc Hons degree in Physiotherapy. Since then she has amassed a huge amount of post graduate education and experience in the the musculoskeletal field. She has worked as an extended scope practitioner in the NHS alongside Orthopaedic consultants administering joint and soft tissue injections and in addition to years of private sector work has been involved with sports clubs and individual sports people, treating both the amateur and the elite. Sandy specialises in the diagnosis and management of musculoskeletal conditions, Manual therapy, myofascial release, sports and functional specific rehabilitation and sports massage. She has a special interest in the screening of her patients to identify and eradicate underlying factors which would cause recurrence or further injury. To further her ability to rehabilitate, Sandy has trained in Clinical Pilates with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute and now incorporates these skills into her repertoire, instructing in both one to one and class based settings.
Katie graduated with a BSc (Hons) from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2006 and subsequently worked in the NHS as a junior then senior physiotherapist where she developed a sound foundation of knowledge in many different disciplines. In addition, Katie worked for 4 years as a physiotherapist for the academy of a professional rugby club where she gained invaluable experience treating elite junior rugby players both on and off the pitch. She was also keenly involved with the screening of the players to help reduce the risk of potential injuries. With a personal interest in Pilates, Katie completed her Class Instructor Level training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute. She likes to teach classes and incorporate Pilates into her treatment sessions.