Irene Menaged, Physiotherapist
Irene qualified in 1970 from Wolverhampton School of Physiotherapy. She is a registered Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, Health Care Professionals and Physiofirst.She has worked in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for 45 years, mostly in private practice and sports injury clinics but also in Occupational Health in a nationwide company. She is experienced in neck and back disorders, manipulations and soft tissue injuries.
She joined Norris Health in August 2014 and her interests are in prevention of injury, including postural problems, maintaining fitness- especially in the more mature – and helping people to attain their physical goals and overall reduction/ removal of pain.
Rebecca Gilmartin MCSP, Physiotherapist
Kamilla Lawton, Sport Rehabilitator
Kamilla Lawton qualified in 2013 from Salford University with BSc Hons in Sports Rehabilitation.She joined our team in August 2017.
She has an interest in all sports but in particular Golf, having spent time playing at county and international level. She has worked in various sporting arenas from massaging football and rugby players, to treating patients with chronic life long and acute conditions. She specialises in sports injuries and rehabilitation in musculoskeletal, pre/posts operative conditions. When not spending time playing golf, Kamilla enjoys taking her dog on country walks.
Tom Burden, Sports Rehabilitator
While completing his degree, Tom worked within the support team at Glamorgan County Cricket Club’s and assisted the Physiotherapists, providing soft tissue therapy for the cricketers.
Specialising in Manual Therapy, Tom uses deep tissue massage, Trigger Point Therapy, compression techniques and Tapotement as part of his treatment.
Susan Lee, Chiropodist and Podiatrist
Susan graduated from Salford University July 2007 with a First Class Honours Degree in Podiatry. She is registered with the Health Professions Council and is a member of The Society of Chiropodists and Podiatrists. She has worked at Norris Health Ltd since Sep 2007.She is able to offer advice and treatment for a variety of podiatric conditions including callus and corns, verrucae, fungal infections, in-growing toe nails, Diabetic Foot Screening and biomechanical foot assessments. She is also willing to treat patients in the comfort of their own homes. A mother of 3 children, Susan is Secretary of her local Primary School PTA and enjoys running, reading and gardening when time allows.
Cathy Peck, Holistic therapist
Cathy studied for the VTCT Diploma in Holistic Therapies at Macclesfield College during 2004-5, where she was also awarded a Certificate of Achievement at a College Student Award Ceremony.She is registered with the International Council of Holistic Therapists – ICHT and is a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapists – FHT.She has worked for Norris Health Limited since April 2006.
The range of treatments Cathy is able to offer at the clinic are Aromatherapy, Swedish Body Massage, Indian Head Massage, Reflexology, Holistic Facial and Thermo-Auricular Therapy (Hopi Ear Candles).
Carol Baird, Physiotherapist
Carol has worked at Norris Health for over 3 years. She graduated as chartered physiotherapist at Manchester Royal Infirmary in 1984 and has had 25 years of experience in the Musculo – Skeletal field.Carol has worked in Private Practice, NHS and the Armed Forces over this time, and is very experienced in the treatment of back and neck disorders, sports and soft tissue injuries. She completed her MSc in Manipulative Therapy at Coventry University 1997 and is a member of the Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists. (MACP). She is also an experienced acupuncturist and a member of AACP. She continues to work as an Extended Scope Practitioner in the NHS and to participate in Neurosurgery Clinics and liaise with Orthopedic Consultants from Wrightington Wigan and Leigh.
Lucy Turner, Physiotherapist
Lucy graduated from Salford University in 2009 with BSc(Hons)Physiotherapy. Lucy began working in musculoskeletal physiotherapy within the NHS and also at amateur and semi professional rugby clubs. More recently Lucy has focused her NHS work within the occupational health sector and is a fully trained DSE/ workstation assessor. Lucy has completed her foundation acupuncture training and is currently completing her second module of the Advancing Physiotherapy MSc at Salford University.Lucy is a keen rock climber and has a strong interest in rugby and utilises her knowledge to help her treat injuries and offer injury prevention advice for these and other sports. Lucy also has an interest in treating and prevent work related conditions and postural problems.