Musculo-Skeletal Therapist & Performance Coach
Nic graduated from Leeds Beckett University in 2017 where she has been treating professional and recreational athletes since 2016. In 2018 she set up Clinic Sports Therapy with the passion to deliver an honest and trustworthy service.
Over her 4 years since graduation Nic has seen a vast range different injuries from varying sports.
She has since taken a keen interest in running where she is currently in training for a half marathon and subsequently an interest in running related injuries from those unfortunate 'Ankle Rolls' or that pesky 'Achilles Tendinopathy'.
Nic wants to particular attract people and athletes that are passionate about not only recovering from their injury but also taking their performance up to the next level too.
She completed her Sports & Deep Tissue Massage qualification in 2013 and Acupuncture & Cupping for Sports Injuries in 2019. She can also provide injury treatments via the use of a TENS machine, Massage Gun, Strapping and Taping. Being an evidence based practitioner she will always give you the best advice, choose the best rehabilitation and treatment options for you, to take you forward and come back stronger.
Nic will always make you feel welcome and she treats every patient who comes in to Clinic Sports Therapy as a priority during your visit and when following up. She will be devoted to your return to full pain free and physical fitness. She'll always provide a warm welcome and ensure your time spent with us will be educating, rewarding and succesful.
BSc (Hons) Sports Therapist
& Running Rehabilitator
BSc (Hons) Sports Therapist
& Strength Rehabilitator
Jozef graduated from Leeds Beckett University in 2020, achieving a 1st class honours degree in Sport and Exercise Therapy. During his degree, he gained experience in Elite and Academy level football, as well as working with a wide range of patients in an on-campus Injury clinic and patients at Sue Ryder’s moorlands hospice. He is currently the Sports Therapist at Goole AFC. Jozef is trained in Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue manipulation and holds a high level of knowledge on resistance exercise to help you rehabilitation and prevent re-injury by optimising strength gains. He is friendly, approachable and will always prioritise your individual needs and preferences.
Chris is a Musculo-Skeletal Therapist and Performance Coach with over a decade of experience in the Health and Fitness industry. He started his career in the form of Personal Training and team management, before integrating Sports Massage and Remedial Exercise in to his practice around 2012.
Chris wanted to expand the depth of his clinical knowledge so gained a Masters’ degree in Osteopathy in 2017, and has since been lucky enough to have been invited to lecture at educational facilities, and professional events, as well as popping up on the odd podcast and guest spot here and there! When not in clinic or coaching, Chris is the lead tutor for Movement Therapy Education in Leeds, as well as heading the Injuries module on the Body Type Nutrition Practical Academy.
He is dedicated to understanding each individual he works with and individualising the care to fit with their lifestyle and goals. Not only does Chris focus on rehabilitating injuries and reducing injury risk, but as a Triathlon coach he can also help you with your sport programming and strength and conditioning to improve performance. As a competitive (and very average!) Triathlete himself, he loves to discuss all things training and racing and understands what it’s like to be out there!