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Phil Driver 


BSc (Hons),  MSc, MCSP, HPCP


Phil gained his BSc (hons) degree from Liverpool University in 2002. He has subsequently completed a large spectrum of post-graduate courses in biomechanics, exercise rehab, injection therapy and a Masters degree  in  Manual Therapy.

Phil specialises in Musculoskeletal injuries and has worked in the NHS at the highest clinical level, as well as private clinics and semi-pro Rugby Union teams. During this time he has treated sportsmen and women in a number of disciplines such as rowing, swimming, track cycling and visually impaired football at the national level.

Matt Kenyon

BSc (Hons), MSc, MCSP, HPCP

Matt graduated in Physiotherapy from Salford University in 2003 following a degree in Sports Science. He has worked in the NHS since then progressing to the highest clinical position in the local NHS Trust. He has completed extensive  post-graduate training in his speciality of Musculoskeletal injury and completed his Masters Degree in Advanced Musculoskeletal diagnosis and treatment with distinction in 2015.

Matt has over 10 years experience of private practice Physiotherapy and has treated national level swimmers and track and field athletes. He also regularly treats semi-professional Footballers, Rugby players and Cricketers.  He works at a clinical specialist level and has particular expertise in lower limb biomechanical analysis and treatment of sporting injuries.

Lee Shimwell


BSc (Hons), MSc, MCSP, HPCP


Lee graduated in Physiotherapy from Bradford University in 2000. He has extensive experience working within NHS musculoskeletal clinics in both the community and within orthopaedic hospital settings and is currently at the highest clinical level. He is a member of the highly regarded ‘Musculoskeletal Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (MACP) and has completed an Masters Degree in Manual Therapy at Manchester Metropolitan University in 2016

He has expertise in treating any part of the body but, as a keen runner with Calder Valley Fell Runners club, has an interest in lower limb injuries, kneecap pain and running acquired injuries.

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