Our clinic is taking the following precautions into consideration for Covid-19

NOTE; you will be required to complete a COVID-19 risk assessment pre screening questionnaire before you attend. If you answer YES to key questions then please STAY at home and we will reschedule your appointment We will recommend an online virtual consultation.

Due to COVID-19 Please remember to bring your own towel/ blanket and pillow if you need one. We recommend you wear a mask

Physiotherapy

Are you looking for a physiotherapy and sports injury clinic that demonstrates world class physiotherapy expertise? Then come and visit us. The core values of The Performance Clinic are to be dynamic and proactive. The focus on each individual athlete with a special level of care and consideration will ensure world class physiotherapy service provision that is above and beyond your expectati... Read More

Are you looking for a physiotherapy and sports injury clinic that demonstrates world class physiotherapy expertise? Then come and visit us.

The core values of The Performance Clinic are to be dynamic and proactive. The focus on each individual athlete with a special level of care and consideration will ensure world class physiotherapy service provision that is above and beyond your expectations.

We diagnose, treat, educate and help prevent many diverse conditions. Whether you are injured or not, we will give you the tools in the form of stretches, exercises, training advice, footwear recommendations to prevent injury and to realise your performance goals.

Physio can be beneficial at the first sign of a problem and can stop a minor niggle developing into a major problem. Research has proven that people who seek physiotherapy early after an injury have shorter recovery periods than those who wait. Our clinicians are expert in assessing movement patterns and biomechanics and provide appropriate treatments to correct these patterns to to minimise risk of further injury and to enhance your performance.

We are Chartered Physiotherapists, registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC), Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine (ACPSM).


Osteopathy

Osteopathy works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together. This principle demands that the whole body always be considered when treating an athlete and is one of the ways in which osteopathy differs from other therapies. On assessme... Read More

Osteopathy works with the structure and function of the body and is based on the principle that the wellbeing of an individual depends on the skeleton, muscles, ligaments and connective tissue functioning smoothly together. This principle demands that the whole body always be considered when treating an athlete and is one of the ways in which osteopathy differs from other therapies. On assessment, using palpation and a functional biomechanical evaluation, the emphasis is on determining whether somatic dysfunction exists. Somatic dysfunction can be defined as soft tissue changes, asymmetry, restricted range of movement and tenderness. If somatic dysfunction exists then our osteopath directs treatment towards the cause of the dysfunction.

Ryan, our Osteopath will be able to offer an assessment and treatment that is tailored not just to aiding the relief the athletes’ immediate symptoms but to also support the optimal healing process of the body and to establish a good balance of flexibility and muscular support so as to offer better resistance to breakdown in the future.
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Sports/ Shiatsu Massage Therapy

Massage Practitioners at The Performance Clinic will be able to identify the most appropriate treatment plan for each individual, providing a tailored soft tissue treatment specific to your needs. There are many benefits that can be directly linked to the application of sports massage including: Improve circulation & lymphatic flow. Assist in the removal of metabolic waste. Sedate or st... Read More

Massage Practitioners at The Performance Clinic will be able to identify the most appropriate treatment plan for each individual, providing a tailored soft tissue treatment specific to your needs.

There are many benefits that can be directly linked to the application of sports massage including:

Improve circulation & lymphatic flow.
Assist in the removal of metabolic waste.
Sedate or stimulate nerve endings.
Increase or decrease muscle tone / length.
Remodel scar tissue when required.
Assist in mental preparation for sporting participation.

James has been a fully qualified and practising Shiatsu practitioner for over 12 years, with full registration to the Shiatsu Society. He is also qualified to level 4 as a sports massage therapist, with membership to the Sports Massage Association. This is complemented by his work as a qualified climbing coach, where he specialises in movement skills and development. James’ treatments are unique. They are bespoke to the client, combining a range of techniques from shiatsu, sports massage, acupressure and myofascial and muscle energy techniques (MET).

All of James’ treatments are delivered through clothing. Following an initial assessment, James will use his knowledge and expertise to support injury rehabilitation, enhance performance through recovery and mobilisation or simply to provide a relaxing and enjoyable experience to enhance your fitness and well being.

James has been a fully qualified and practising Shiatsu practitioner for over 12 years, with full... Read More

Aidan is our junior Physiotherapy Assistant, Sports Massage therapist and our friendly face behind reception.

As a competitive athlete himself, playing basketball for Sunderland University and Sunderland national squad, he understands the importance of maintaining peak conditioning and being injury free. Aidan joined the team in 2019 and is a fully qualified Level 3 sports massage therapist with a Bsc (Hons) in Sport and Exercise science.

As our assistant he assists with treatment and rehab to further his knowledge and achieve his aspirations of becoming a physiotherapist himself.

Aidan is our junior Physiotherapy Assistant, Sports Massage therapist and our friendly face behin... Read More

Ryan is an osteopath, master personal trainer/ strength and fitness coach, sports massage therapist and serving physical training instructor within the Royal Marines Reserves. Ryan is also a World Record holder for deadlifting over 24 hours, demonstrating phenomenal mental and physical strength.

Before graduating from the British College of Osteopathic medicine with a first class masters degree Ryan spent 10 years developing theoretical knowledge and practical experience within the health and fitness industry, both in private and military settings. During this time he has amassed a great deal of information from key influence’s from within the rehabilitative, movement based therapy and strength and conditioning fields, whilst working with a diverse patient/client demographic ranging from the elderly and persistent pain patients to royal marine recruits and Olympic athletes.

The combination of academic knowledge and practical experience has created a therapist/trainer perfectly suited to deliver a multi-angled, holistic approach to health and fitness, using a variety of manual therapy techniques and exercise based protocols to meet client expectations wherever they may be in the pain to performance continuum. Ryan works closely with TPC therapists to provide a holistic approach to rehabilitation.

Ryan is an osteopath, master personal trainer/ strength and fitness coach, sports massage therapi... Read More

Adam is a specialist Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapist working in both NHS and sporting environments. In the NHS he treats clients of all ages and of all backgrounds and then he puts on his football boots to work at SAFC providing pitch side management and rehabilitation for matches and training sessions. Adam was a member of the Medical team providing Physiotherapy services to International athletes at the World Transplant Games 2019. He graduated from Leeds University in 2011 with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Science. Later, completing a MSc in Physiotherapy from the University of Cumbria in 2013.

Adam is a specialist Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapist working in both NHS and sporting envi... Read More

Penny specialises in sports injuries having worked in elite sport since 2002; with UK Athletics, British Swimming, British Rowing and the English Institute of Sport. Penny regularly travels the world to support the Great Britain Team and has worked at the Summer and Winter Paralympics (Turin 2006, Beijing 2008 and London 2012), the Rio 2016 test event, the Youth Olympics (Finland) the World University Games, World Athletics Championships, World Swimming Championships, Grand Prix events and European Championships. Penny has also worked on the World Grand Prix Circuit for World Superbikes, was Lead physiotherapist for Team GB Taekwondo and Lead Physio for British Paratriathlon. Penny was the Lead Physio for the Inaugral Invictus Games in 2014, Chief Physio at the World University Games in 2013. Penny is a Gold accredited member of the Association of Chartered physiotherapists in Sports and exercise medicine - an internationally recognised specialised group of physiotherapists working in sport. Penny is also an internationally certified Kinesio Tape Instructor. Bsc(Hons ) Physiotherapy. MSc (Advanced Clinical Practice) in Physiotherapy

Penny specialises in sports injuries having worked in elite sport since 2002; with UK Athletics, ... Read More

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