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Kathryn Wise

Kathryn Wise - Clinic Director

Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Registered with the Health Professions Council
Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

Sports Massage SMA Level 4 qualified
Member of the Football Medical Association

Kathryn qualified as a Physiotherapist from The University of Salford with a 1st Class Honours degree in 2008.  Since then she has gained a vast amount of experience working within sport and also completed her Masters Degree in Sports Physiotherapy in 2015 with her dissertation looking at foot contact in Marathon Runners. 

Kathryn has worked in the clinic for the last thirteen years alongside other working commitments.  She has worked in the NHS as a Senior Physiotherapist in Musculoskeletal Outpatients, as well as various football clubs.  She has worked for Manchester United Soccer Schools, Leigh Genesis Football Club as the Head Physiotherapist and at Blackpool Football Club with the Reserves, Youth Team and Centre of Excellence. 

Her last footballing role was as the Head Physiotherapist of Liverpool Ladies Football Club. She is now based full-time at the clinic. 

She has a keen interest in sport and injury prevention, is a qualified Pilates instructor and is trained to teach CPR and AED. Other skills include kinesiology taping, kinnective instrument assisted soft tissue mobilisation, sports massage and acupuncture.

Pete Cuddy

Peter Cuddy

Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists
Registered with the Health Professions Council 

Bsc Hons and MSc in physiotherapy 

Qualified Acupuncturist through ATAP 


Peter graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2012. He began his career as a Junior NHS Physiotherapist at Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals in London, gaining knowledge and skills in a diverse range of specialities including Orthopaedics and amputee rehabilitation. He then specialised as a Musculoskeletal therapist in the North-West before progressing to a Senior MSK Physiotherapist role in the NHS, whilst also developing valuable experience in the Private Physiotherapy sector since 2016. He currently works in a split role as an NHS First Contact Practioner based in GP practices, responsible for early management of patient’s MSK problems, utilising further investigations such as X-ray imaging, and liaising with specialists to support patient care.  

Peter has completed a Masters in Advanced Physiotherapy with Distinction from the University of Salford. He is committed to further developing his own practice through undertaking of various CPD courses and training, including Pilates and MSK Acupuncture. Peter has a diverse sporting interest, as well as passion for sports injuries rehabilitation as a Physiotherapist. This includes qualification as a British Gymnastics Assistant Club coach and gaining Physiotherapy experience working with a semi-professional football club. His own sporting interests over the years include competitive Badminton in the West Lancashire league, amateur league football and recreational running. He is passionate in supporting his patients achieve their rehabilitation goals and helping others succeed, whatever their background or sporting aims.  

Will Beauchamp

Will Beauchamp


Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Registered with the Health & Care Professions Council
Member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

Certified Retül bike fitter
Qualified Coach in Running Fitness


Since graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University, Will has worked in several areas of practice within the NHS, including Musculoskeletal Medicine, Rheumatology, Cardiology, and Orthopaedic Rehabilitation. Will now works in a senior role as a Musculoskeletal Specialist, and also as a clinical educator, helping to train the next generation of Physiotherapists.


Will’s passion, however, lies within sports injury rehabilitation. As a previous recipient of the Physiotherapy Sports Prize, Will has a strong clinical interest in the treatment and management of injuries in both runners and cyclists, and has experience working with Olympic and World Championship level athletes. Will is keen to help rehabilitate people of all abilities and he gains huge satisfaction from enabling his clients to get back to doing what they love the most; whether that’s international competition or just walking the dog!


Will has also completed his training as a Retül bike fitter, and now also has an active role in providing the bike fitting and 3D motion capture analysis service at Worsley Physiotherapy clinic; his strong background in sports injury management has helped Will shape this service towards both the performance-orientated cyclist, and the cyclist who is returning from or managing an injury.

Outside of work, Will is a competitive distance runner and Duathlete who’s accolades include several County Championship titles, numerous race wins, and holds PB's of 2hr 27mins for the marathon and 14:46 for 5k. He also spends an unusual amount of time fiddling with his many bicycles and trying to learn to play various musical instruments!

Ritchie Barber

Ritchie Barber

Registered with the Health Professions Council
Member Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

​Ritchie graduated from Salford University with a first class honours degree in Physiotherapy. 

His experiences have led his developing an insight into managing performance in swimmers and disabled athletes. Ritchie competed at the highest levels in the pool at World Championships and Paralympic games culminating at Sydney 2000 where he was narrowly beaten into the silver medal position.

Phil McEvoy

Phil McEvoy

Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Registered with the Health Professions Council

Phil qualified in 2012 from the University of Northumbria with a BSc in Physiotherapy. He also completed his masters in Sports Injury Rehabilitation in 2012.

Phil is currently Lead Academy Physiotherapist at Huddersfield Town AFC which involves overseeing the medical provision for the Academy, managing the medical team whilst predominantly working with the Huddersfield Town B-Team.

His previous role was full time academy physiotherapist for Sunderland AFC providing first aid cover, diagnosis and treatment for a number of age groups, although primarily working with the U18/U23 squad.

Phil has prior experience of working in Private Practice in busy musculoskeletal clinics as well as the NHS.  


Sinead Bent

Sinéad Bent

Registered with the Health Professions Council

Member Chartered Society of Physiotherapy 

Member of Breezy Academy Acupuncture Association 

Sinead graduated with a BSc in physiotherapy at Salford University.  She is proficient in a range of assessment and treatment techniques,
including dynamometer, gait analysis studies, hip and knee X-ray radiological findings, compex muscle stimulation, sports massage level 5, acupuncture, shockwave therapy, and taping.  She has also completed British Life Support training.

Upon graduating Sinéad has worked at Oaklands hospital, a private hospital specialising in pre and  post op orthopaedic rehabilitation as well as musculoskeletal conditions.  

Sinéad has a special interest in running injuries and screening and is skilled in running rehabilitation and injury prevention through exercise.  Sinéad herself has been an athlete since 12 years old,  running track, road and Cross country.  She went to English Schools for track and Cross Country and won 3 National titles as a senior.

Tim Pigott

Tim Pigott

Registered with the Health Professions Council
Member Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Member Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (Silver)
Member Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists

​Tim qualified in 2003 and has worked in sport since 2005. After working in the NHS for several years, gaining knowledge and skills in a diverse range of specialities progressing to the role of 'Band7/ Senior 1 - Highly Specialised Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist', Tim moved to full time elite sports in private practice and as a consultant to the English Institute of Sport (EIS). This involved supporting Olympic and Paralympic athletes ahead of London2012, local professional athletes from the Eagles basketball team, martial artists, climbers, racquet sports, equestrian sports, netball, volleyball, football and rugby. He regularly supports athletes at international grand prix events and travels with teams including rugby union, rugby league and superleague netball.

Tim's own sport is Triathlon and running, particularly Ironman and marathon distances. He is also the North East regional triathlon academy assistant coach and team manager for the IRC squad. As a contributor to TriathlonPlus magazine Tim has published numerous articles on physio and training topics.

Since qualifying Tim has gone on to gain qualifications in acupuncture, sports massage, orthopaedic medicine, sports trauma management, suturing and wound management, strength and conditioning, and an MSc in Advanced Clinical Practice (Manipulative Therapy). He is currently involved in a research project using X-Sens motion capture system to analyse the interaction between horse, saddle and rider to identify interventions to reduce the risk to both horse and rider.

Tim is also a certified Retül bike fitter, providing cycling specific motion-capture bike fittings to deliver highly accurate and comprehensive bike fit data to guide optimal performance, efficiency, injury prevention, and comfort on the bike.

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Simon Howell

Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy
Member of the Health and Care Professions Council 

After graduating from the University of Central Lancashire in 2015, Simon has spent the last 9 years developing his clinical skills in a number of roles ranging from the NHS, private practice and sport. His area of focus is in MSK and Orthopaedics with a specialist interest in football related rehabilitation and return to play programmes. 

Simon currently works as a Specialist Physiotherapist within the Orthopaedics team at the prestigious Wrightington Hospital, as well as working as a casual Physiotherapist for the Blackburn Rovers FC Academy. 

After playing football to a high level, Simon has spent time investing in other sports including Rugby League, swimming and Brazilian Jiu Jitsu which has increased his understanding of the demands of multiple sports, and the preparation required to compete.

Sue Scott

Susan Scott

Registered with the Health Professions Council

Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Sue qualified in 1998 and worked in Northern Ireland before relocating to Manchester and starting work at Worsley Physio Clinic in 2007. Sue has completed the kinetic control movement dysfunction courses and follows this approach to successfully rehabilitate her patients. Sue has also completed the MACP Courses (Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists). She is particularly skilled in the management of spinal conditions.

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Clare Warwick

Clare qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1989 and has developed into a highly skilled physiotherapist specialising in Pelvic Health. This includes the treatment of both men and women presenting with chronic pelvic pain and/or bladder dysfunction and the treatment of sacro-iliac joint complex and the Pilates concept.

Her role and responsibilities include providing a range of professional advice for both staff and patients in the treatment and management of continence, chronic pelvic pain and musculoskeletal conditions in pregnancy and the post natal period.

Clare is a very popular Pilates instructor at Worsley Physio Clinic, taking classes on Mondays and Thursdays. She is also available for 1-1 consultations for women’s health physio, 1-1 Pilates, she is also experienced using our Pilates reformer.

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Rachael O'Toole

Professional Sports Physiotherapist and Sport rehabber :
I completed my Sports Rehab degree at University of Bolton in 2014 and from here I gained my passion working in Rugby League taking on my first role as first team Sports Rehabber and Soft tissue therapist at Warrington Wolves RLFC in 2015 reaching both Cup finals in 2016 as well as winning league leaders shield.

I then went on to complete my Masters in Physiotherapy at Manchester Metropolitan
University in 2019, where I went on to gain 4 year’s experience as a Musculoskeletal
Physiotherapist within the NHS.  I joined Liverpool Football Club Academy part-time Physiotherapist.  I was then appointed the first team Senior Physiotherapy assistant role at Huddersfield Giants RLFC. In the same year reaching the Challenge cup final.

At the end of 2023, I joined Liverpool FC Academy as full time 15-16s lead Physiotherapist.

Alongside these roles, I have and continue to work with Official Sport Services since 2016 providing elite sports treatment to national and international sports teams such as; NFL Jacksonville Jaguars, New York Giants, New Zealand All blacks Rugby Union, Women’s England netball, Australia and New Zealand rugby league teams to name a few. Most recently I have worked with United Autosports who recently won the World series Le Mans 24 hour race in June.

Overall, I try and create a dynamic and enjoyable environment for patients and athletes
from both a mental and physical aspect, in order to optimise their rehab so they experience and receive the best quality of care.
In my spare time away from working in Sport, I like to train in the gym, play hurling for
Fullen Gaels Camogie Club in Manchester and try different coffee shops!

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