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!
Dan Ward MCSP HCPC Reg
Dan started working with us in 2019. Dan qualified in the summer of 2017 before embarking on his career path working for NHS CCICP Trust, where he now works in a dual-role as an MSK Specialist Physiotherapist and a Chronic Pain specialist. Dan has a special interest in the diagnosis and management of lower limb pathologies. Dan passionately believes in educating patients about their conditions in order to help them self-manage more effectively, as well as incorporating treatments such as exercise prescription and manual therapy into his practice. As a recent father, out of work Dan likes to spend his time with his family and, when he gets chance, enjoys kettlebell training and HIIT workouts
Sophie Barltrop MCSP HCPC Reg
Sophie graduated from the University of Liverpool with a physiotherapy degree in 2010.
Since qualifying she has gained experience in multiple clinical areas before specialising in musculoskeletal in 2014. Sophie is an APPI Pilates trained instructor as well as being an AACP qualified acupuncturist. She has a wealth of experience both within the private & NHS sector. Sophie completed many clinical courses as well as commencing her Masters degree. She has a keen interest in spinal pathologies and oncology, currently working as a clinical specialist physiotherapist and the breast cancer physiotherapist for Mid Cheshire NHS trust. Sophie has a holistic approach to care, looking at identifying underlying cause to ensure the client is best able to manage their symptoms. Sophie is a keen sports enthusiast. Having previously competed nationally with her horses, she is currently an active member of multiple netball teams. She enjoys weightlifting and recently joined the road cycling frenzy.
Liam Joyce MCSP HCPC Reg
Liam graduated from Keele University in 2014 and started his career working at East Cheshire NHS. Here he developed his Physiotherapy across a wide spectrum of areas including Orthopaedics, Amputee Rehab, Rheumatology, Paediatrics, Neurology & Musculoskeletal Outpatients. After deciding he wanted to pursue a career in Musculoskeletal Outpatients he now works in the NHS as a Specialist Physio in this area. To enhance his treatments he has recently completed courses in Strength & Conditioning, Rehab in Paediatrics and Pilates. Liam is HCPC registered and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists. In his spare time he enjoys keeping active through running, cycling, attending the gym and trying to play golf!
Daniel Storey MCSP HCPC Reg
Dan qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2013. He has a wide range of experience from his junior rotations and worked in outpatient clinics in the NHS, both locally and in Nottingham. Dan is HCPC registered, a member of the CSP and is currently studying to complete an MSc in Advanced Physiotherapy at Keele University. Dan enjoys running and cycling and also plies his trade in the Army Reserve where he is known as Captain Storey.
Kristina Coe MCSP HCPC Reg
After graduating in 2001 at the University of the West of England, Bristol, Kristina began her working career at the Royal Stoke Hospital in Newcastle-under-Lyme developing wide experience in orthopaedics, acute medicine, multiple trauma and cardiothoracics, before specialising in Neurorehabilitation and working in a dual role within private practice and sports clubs, as a musculoskeletal practitioner.
Kristina joined the Christie NHS Foundation trust in 2007, where she has spent the last 15 years leading and developing the clinical and medical oncology physiotherapy services, with a specialist interest in managing those with primary or secondary disease of the central nervous system and spinal cord, including spinal cord compression and brain tumour rehabilitation. Kristina has a wealth of experience in Oncology and became the MSCC (metastatic spinal cord compression) AHP physiotherapy lead for the trust, representing physiotherapy within The Christie and Greater Manchester and Cheshire Cancer network. Education has been a keen interest during this time and Kristina has lectured at local, national and international MSCC based conferences and assisted in developing trust guidance and national rehabilitation pathways.
In addition Kristina has contributed to two Physiotherapy in Palliative Care resources published in the UK and Germany by Elsevier. Kristina has an holistic approach to treatment with a focus on normal movement and rehabilitation with patient quality of care at the core. Kristina is HCPC registered and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She enjoys a variety of activities including yoga, running, climbing and has more recently embraced the open water with paddleboarding.
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.