Will Stockdale MCSP HCPC Reg.
Will Stockdale is the Clinical Director at Middlewich Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic Ltd. Will qualified in 2002 and since then has worked in 3 private practices in the North West. Will enjoys all aspects of clinical life, not only offering the highest level of service to his patients, but also mentoring his team to ensure his high standards are practised throughout the clinic. Will is obviously HCPC registered, in addition to being a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. Will still just about manages to play rugby for Sandbach RUFC when his body lets him!
Anthony Swindells MCSP HCPC Reg.
Anthony started working with us at Middlewich Physio in 2015. Ant qualified in the summer of 2012 from Sheffield Hallam University before embarking on his career path working for NHS CCICP Trust as a musculo-skeletal outpatient physiotherapist, where he continues to work. Ant takes a special interest in spinal pathologies and injuries of the lower limb. Outside work, Anthony spends a lot of time strength and conditioning training, as well as following football - where he has also done some pitchside work for Crewe Alexandra FC (2013) and Nantwich Town FC (2012).
Catherine Nash MCSP HCPC Reg.
Cath qualified in 2008 from Sheffield Hallam University. From there she began full time employment for East Cheshire NHS. She became a Clinical Specialist in 2011, when she also began her private workload. Cath has a special interest in paediatric conditions and she tries, where she can, to incorporate this in her NHS work, along with working at private clinics and in her pitchside work at Sandbach RUFC. Cath has completed a Master module in Acupuncture and a full Masters programme in Manual Therapy. In addition to paediatric conditions, Cath particularly likes lower limb and post-operative cases along with biomechanical analysis of running and sports injuries. When she is not working, Cath represents Harriers Netball Club and keeps fit with running, cycling and general gym work.
Leanne Hayes MCSP HCPC Reg.
Since graduating from Salford University in 2010 I have completed a wide variety of physiotherapy roles (Orthopaedics, A&E, Rehabilitation, acute medical, respiratory, neurology - stroke unit and head injury unit). I currently work as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist in the NHS. During my time as physiotherapist I have worked in New Zealand in a rehabilitation clinical specialist role. In addition to physiotherapy I have completed my Level 1 & 2 APPI (Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute), sports massage level 4 and Acupuncture (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP). More recently I have completed my masters in Podiatry (MSc Podiatry), to increase my knowledge in the lower limb, and I am a qualified Podiatrist (College of Podiatry). Overall I enjoy all aspects of rehabilitation combining my knowledge and skills through Physiotherapy, Pilates and Podiatry.
Outside of work I enjoy being in the countryside, netball, yoga and horse riding.
Joy is our receptionist and clinic administrator. She enjoys welcoming our patients and does her best to provide them with an appointment that fits in best with their busy lifestyles. In her spare time she loves films, eating out and travel.