Physiotherapy at Tattenhall Physiotherapy and Wellbeing Centre
About our Physiotherapy
Our physiotherapy and Sports injury Clinics aim to provide local rural physiotherapy to support local people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to help relieve pain and improve function for everyday life. Treatment may be focused on relieving pain, improving mobility or strength to do everyday things, helping people to return to sport or hobbies, or improve performance in sport, and most of all, to guide them back to leading a normal active lifestyle. Treatments consist of both hands-on treatment, education and exercise-based routines, because we have a passion for helping people understand their condition and empowering them to help themselves resolve or manage their musculo-skeletal problems.
Pre & post operative consultant referral and treatment
Exercise programs, e.g. Stretches, strengthening or core stability
Correcting abnormal movement patterns
Sports and Myofascial massage
Manual therapy techniques
Electrotherapy, e.g. Ultrasound, TENS
Swiss ball exercises
Running Injury assessment and rehabilitation
Gait Analysis and Orthotic provision
Grad Dip Phys. MSc Sports Injury Rehab. PgCert advanced practice.
BSc, (Hons). Chartered Physiotherapist.
Hattie covers our sought after evening clinic appointments and has a wealth of physiotherapy experience treating people of all ages. She is a Chartered Physiotherapist and graduated in 2014 from UWE Bristol with a BSc in Physiotherapy and is currently completing her MSc in Physiotherapy at Cardiff University, focussing on musculo-skeletal rehabilitation. Hattie worked in private practice in Northwest England before joining the NHS, working on rehabilitation of MSK injury, neurological conditions and post-operative recovery. More recently she has specialised in acute injury management and triage in an NHS urgent care clinic supporting GP practises and A&E alongside her work in private practice at Farndon Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic. Hattie also has extensive experience working as team physiotherapist for professional rugby teams and has covered sports including netball, hockey, rugby league and football. Hattie also worked for Wales rugby league students, Ospreys academy, Cardiff City FC academy, Bridgend Ravens and South Wales Scorpions dealing with sports trauma as well as pitch-side including head injury and broken limbs.
BSc. MSc. PgDip Orthopaedic Medicine.
Anne Oliver is the lead Physiotherapist at Tattenhall and worked with Cathryn in the NHS for over 10 years, before taking time out to have her family. Annie trained at Glasgow Caledonian University and graduated in 1998. Annie has a wealth of knowledge and experience having worked within the NHS and also GP practices across Cheshire and North Wales. Her experience provides expertise in the assessment and management of common and complex musculoskeletal conditions and post-surgical orthopaedic care. Through her work as a private practitioner she has developed a strong skill set in the management of sporting injuries. In more recent years Annie has developed a special interest and expertise in the management of disorders of the upper limb such as rotator cuff pathology, shoulder instability and tennis elbow. She has a diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine and has completed post-graduate training in the Advanced Practice of the Upper Limb at Liverpool University.
BSc, (Hons). Chartered Physiotherapist.
The newest member of our Physio Team is Jo Ruffell and has clinics in Tattenhall and Farndon. She is a Chartered Physiotherapist and graduated from Glyndwr University in Wrexham with a BSc (Hons). Prior to her physiotherapy training, Jo primarily worked with rehabilitation clients as a Sports Massage Therapist and is also the lead trainer for the charity ‘Critical Care Support Network’, who provide ongoing care and support to patients of intensive care and their families. In addition to her physiotherapy skills Jo brings a wealth of experience from the health and wellness industry both as an exercise professional and from within health club management. She has worked as a Personal Trainer and Group Fitness Instructor for over a decade, coaching individuals and groups in strength and conditioning, core stability, and yoga (to name a few). Jo brings a wide range of expertise to the team, particularly within exercise prescription and is passionate about her role as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist.
Treatment costs and Payment options
Self-paying patients can pay by card. Payments range from £50-£60 for a full assessment and £42 for a follow up treatment. Assessment lasts for an hour and a follow-up treatment lasts 30 minutes
We are Chartered Physiotherapists registered with the Health & Care Professions Council. We have more than 50 years' combined experience in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal disorders and injuries.