David Hudson BSc(Hons), PGCert (Manip), MCSP, HCPC, MAACP
Chartered Physiotherapist & Clinic Director
David graduated as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1995 and has over 23 years clinical expertise. Having worked in both the NHS and for the MoD he has a wide and extensive range of experience and postgraduate education in the assessment and management of musculoskeletal injuries sustained in sport, training and everyday life. In 2007 he established Halton Physiotherapy, based at Halton Tennis Centre, Buckinghamshire.
He integrates a variety of different recognised approaches to musculoskeletal injury to ensure each condition is managed according to its presentation or individual need. Combining a range of skills; including joint manipulation, acupuncture, massage, stretching, education and exercise therapy, he rehabilitates the 'whole' individual to ensure clients recover and feel empowered to prevent a recurrence.
David has had the privilege to work as a Physiotherapist at London 2012 Paralympic Games, the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and at the summer London 2017 ParaAthletics Championships.
Elaine MacWhirter has been working as a Chartered Physiotherapist for 23 years both in the NHS and Private Sector having worked with consultants and GPs in fracture and soft tissue injury clinics. Elaine has developed extensive skills in the management of acute and chronic conditions and sports injuries.
Elaine is also a qualified Pilates instructor, implementing and leading rehabilitation classes, in addition to individual treatment programmes. She is committed to on-going development having attended various courses including biomechanics and muscle energy techniques.
Sarah Stephenson BSc(Hons) MCSP MAACP HCPC
Sarah has been working as a Chartered Physiotherapist for the last 14 years after graduating from the University of East Anglia in 2004. Initially working and gaining valuable experience in London NHS hospitals she specialised her skills into the musculoskeletal setting 9 years ago.
Sarah has acquired post graduate skills in acupuncture, myofascial taping and manual therapy techniques which she regularly incorporates into treatment sessions to aid recovery in her clients. Sarah also strongly believes in the provision of exercises to ensure a full recovery is achieved and maintained.
As a sports enthusiast she has a specialist interest in sports injuries, particularly running related disorders.
Kim Eastwood ITEC VTCT (L3)
Sports & Remedial Massage Therapist
Kim has a wealth of nearly 30 years experience in the fitness and spa industry. She is passionate about her massage and enjoys sharing her skills to help clients recover, rejuvenate and restore their way to achieving their personal goals. She is a member of the Federation of holistic therapists.
Sports massage therapy works intensively to treat minor over use injuries before they develop into chronic problems, improves recovery between training sessions, breaks down scar tissue and adhesions. It improves posture and alignment. Helps maintain a healthy physical condition and recuperation after injury.
Fusion massage is a holistic energy rebalancing combination of techniques to treat mind body and spirit. Kim uses a wide variety of styles of massage tailored to your preferences and needs. Deep tissue, Swedish massage, aromatherapy, hot stones and reflexology.