PHYSIOTHERAPY & SPORTS MASSAGE

Physiotherapy helps to restore movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness or disability. It can also help to reduce your risk of injury or illness in the future.

It takes a holistic approach that involves the patient directly in their own care.

Sports Therapy is concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.

SPORTS THERAPIST BSc(hons) Sports Therapy. Member Society of Sports Therapists

KATIE WATSON

Sports Therapy is concerned with the prevention of injury and the rehabilitation of the patient back to optimum levels of functional, occupational and sports specific fitness, regardless of age and ability.

 

Katie treats a wide range of injuries and general aches and pains. Sports massage sessions are also available so whether you sit at a computer all day or train for a particular sport several times per week, sports massage is a great way to relieve muscular 

Katie offers a wide range of services within the clinic from massage, strapping and taping to complex rehabilitation programmes.

Katie graduated with a First Class Honours Degree in Sports Therapy in 2012, and has completed three seasons working with Jarrow Vikings, treating injuries sustained on match days and providing first aid during games. She now works with Whitley Bay Rockcliff RFU and Wallsend Eagles RFL. 

As a member of the Society of Sports Therapists, Katie complies with their policy of Continuous Professional Development (CPD), this ensures clients and patients get the best possible, up to date treatment supported by recent medical studies and research. This enables Katie to broaden her knowledge on different conditions and to provide the best suited and successful treatment techniques and rehabilitation exercises for your injury. 

The sports injury clinic is for everyone and not just sports people. If you have injured yourself gardening, walking or simply from being on your feet all day then we are here for you. LEARN MORE

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PHYSIOTHERAPIST

BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy. MEMBER CHARTERED SOCIETY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY

TRACEY CALVERT

Tracey qualified in 1997 at Teeside University with a BSC hons degree in physiotherapy. She initially began her career at Sunderland Royal hospital then took up a specialist musculoskeletal post at Hexham, moving to Northumbria in a senior role assessing and treating complex musculoskeletal conditions. Tracey qualified as an acupuncturist in 2003 and is a member of the association of chartered physiotherapists in acupuncture. Tracey uses acupuncture to treat a wide range of conditions from neck pain, soft tissue and muscle pain, trigger points and headaches.

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She has a wealth of experience in acute and chronic soft tissue and joint problems, back pain and  sciatica, neck pain, osteoarthritis muscle imbalance, sports injuries and post operative rehabilitation.

 

She is passionate about self development and attends regular courses to continually improve her treatment and assessment techniques.

 

Tracey is also a member of the Australian pilates physio institute and is an accredited instructor.

She is also an accredited kinesio UK taping therapist.


When she's not working you can find her looking after her horses, dog and hens at home. She enjoys running, and loves walking in the hills.

She has a special interest in running injuries and rehab, core strengthening, back pain and acupuncture.

 

Professional memberships

 

CSP - Chartered society of physiotherapy

HCPC - Health professionals Council

AACP - Association of chartered physiotherapists in acupuncture

APPI - Australian physiotherapy and pilates institute.


Types of conditions :

Post pre op rehab / mobilisation / recovery.

Joint OA issues, pain, muscle weakness.

Subacromial pain / capsulitis / muscle patterning in shoulder.

Sciatica and nerve root irritation.

Hip, impingement, muscle imbalance and altered  biomechanics.

Ankle and foot mobility issues / planter Faciitis, achillies tenonopathy

 

A combination of hands on, joint mobilisation, taping, muscle activation, acupuncture and exercise therapy, used to relieve symptoms and recover from injury.

ADDRESS

01670 511293      

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