The Team

Providing you with expert physiotherapists for expert care

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Debbie Greenhalgh

With over 30 years experience treating musculo-skeletal conditions in the NHS and in sports injury clinics, Debbie specialises in the treatment of sports and soft tissue injuries, orthopaedics (including spinal manipulation), injection therapy and acupuncture. She worked as an Extended Scope Practitioner in an NHS MSK team and also on a private basis with individual GP Specialists, having gained a diploma in injection therapy in 2000. For many years Debbie was the physio to semi-professional rugby teams and has also worked with a para-Olympian and as a Motorsport team physio. She is currently involved with Uclan providing training to medical students within the practice.

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Liz Eaves

Liz owns the Chorley Clinic and has been in her own private practice for over 10 years. Prior to that, she was was in charge of physiotherapy at Euxton Hall Hospital and had resonsibility for managing physiotherapy across the 21 hospitals in the group. Liz has extensive experience in musculo-skeletal, spinal and sports injury treatment at an elite level, acupuncture, occupational health and senior management within a private hospital group.

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Tricia Beach

Chartered Physiotherapist.

Over 20 years experience treating neurological and medical conditions in the UK and abroad. Previous posts include physio team leader for NHS Newcastle and St James hospital. Tricia has also worked in the private sector for 14.5 years.

Bobath trained and highly qualified and experienced in treating neurological conditions having led specialist units on the Wirral and in the north-east, Tricia is now available to treat patients in the clinic or in their own homes.

Patients can be helped towards maximum recovery and function in the early stages after diagnosis or discharge from hospital or even many years later to help maintain independence and mobility.

Stephanie Morgan

Steph graduated in Physiotherapy from Salford University in 1994.  She has extensive experience working within NHS musculoskeletal clinics in both the outpatient department and within orthopaedic hospital settings where she continues to practice part time. She spent six years working for the Ministry of Defence treating everything from skiing, running and sports injuries to back pain and combat injuries. She has completed extensive  post-graduate training in her speciality of both upper limb and lower limb Musculoskeletal injury.

She has expertise in treating any part of the body but, as a keen hiker and runner has a special interest in lower limb injuries.
Steph is a great lover of mountain pursuits, everything from long distance hiking to skiing and running. She regularly runs and hikes in the Lake District and has completed many of the worlds greatest long distance walks including The Annapurna Circuit and the Everest Base Camp treks in Nepal and the Tour de Mont Blanc. She has a huge amount of experience treating musculoskeletal injuries and understands how frustrating it is to be injured.