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Chester & North Wales Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Service
Whether you're training for your next big race or struggling with aching and painful joints, we can offer professional assessment and treatment with highly qualified physiotherapists.
It is important to find a physiotherapist registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC) to ensure a high level of development and best practice. If you would like to find out more information about us or would like to book a consultation, please get in touch and we'll be happy to help.
Meet Our Team
BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC AACP
Since qualifying as physiotherapist from Southampton University in 2000 I started work in the NHS and now lead a team of physiotherapists specialising in joint/muscle injuries and post-operative recovery. I developed my own company, Tri-Physio in Chester, due to demand for treatment from patients recommended through word of mouth. I have worked with both club level teams and Team GB at international events. Pilates, kinesiotaping and acupuncture are used by Tri-Physio as an aid to treatment where appropriate.
BSC (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC PgDip
I qualified from King’s College London in 2001. Since this time I have worked in the NHS, private sector and in industry specialising in the management of musculoskeletal conditions in 2003. I continue to work in the NHS for a large teaching hospital, leading a team of highly skilled physiotherapists in the musculoskeletal field. Through continuous professional development I strive to achieve the best treatment outcome for my patients.
In and around Chester and the North West we effectively treat..
Sporting injuries - joints, muscles and ligaments. We can assess a wide range of injuries and start rehabilitation as soon as possible so you can get back to what you enjoy doing
Tendonitis - knees, elbows (tennis elbow / golfers elbow), achilles
Joint pain and stiffness - such as arthritis, swollen joints and lack of movement following replacement surgery or a fracture
Soft tissue injuries - muscles tears or pains
Back pain/sciatica - physiotherapy can benefit neck / thoracic / lumbar pain
Whiplash - following a road traffic accident
Core stability - exercises and postural advice
Long-term pain - advice and education on how to manage your symptoms
Complementary therapy - pilates, acupuncture, kinesiotaping
Physiotherapy in Industry
Physiotherapy is a well recognised and very effective strategy for managing employee absence.
Back, neck and muscle pain were the most common reason given for sickness absence over any other cause, accounting for 31 million days lost in 2013, Office National Statistics.
We can provide a reactive service to:
Keep people at work or help return to work
identify early and manage effectively a range of musculoskeletal pain
Reduce time away from the workplace for physiotherapy appointments
Reduce lost revenue due to staff absence
Increase staff efficiency when in work
Avoid NHS waiting lists
Helps to improve staff motivation and morale
Our team has 30 years of experience treating musculoskeletal pain. Contact us to discuss Tri-physio working from your location for your staff.
"I went to Caroline with the objective of returning to competitive football following a double leg fracture. Through her excellent treatment and knowledge of how to exercise and treat the injury I was able to return earlier than planned. I would certainly always go back to Caroline whenever I need treatment and would highly recommend to anyone as a highly qualified professional physio"
Mr A Johnson, Chester
"Tri-Physio have provided on site physio to DRB workforce for several years, providing an invaluable service, maintaining the health of our employees. Highly commended" -
DRB Group, Industrial Engineering CFO. North Wales
“Caroline treated my shoulder and gave me a home exercise programme which resolved my shoulder pain”