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Meet the Team

Physio Clinic staff member

Cat Quigly – BSc, Msc MSCP

Clinical Director & Lead Physiotherapist

Graduating from The University Of East London in 2003 with a BSc honours degree in Physiotherapy.  Cat went on to gain a distinction in her masters degree at Manchester Metropolitan University in sports injury.  Cat has specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy for the last 18 years and has extensive experience in the field.  Cat has worked in both men’s and women’s football, travelling to world and European cup finals as well as competitions in the UK.  Cat has further experience in sport working at Olympic games holding camps, student university games & local grassroots sports.
Alongside her work at the physiotherapy clinic , Cat is an advanced musculoskeletal practitioner working 2 days for the NHS in a busy Accident & Emergency department, assessing and treating acute musculoskeletal conditions.  Cat has a lot of experience in private practice.  Cat has qualification in acupuncture and is APPI trained in pilates.

Cora Cobley – BSc MSCP

Specialist Physiotherapist

Cora graduated from The University of Keele in 2012 with a BSc (hons) Physiotherapy.  Cora specialises in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy with a varied NHS and private caseload. Cora is qualified in APPI pilates, acupuncture and has a diploma in injection therapy. Outside of work Cora enjoys going to the gym and is a member of Northwich running club


Richard Caldwell-Hoe – BSc MSCP

Specialist Physiotherapist

Richard graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2004 with a BSc (hons)Physiotherapy.  He also has a Bsc (hons) in health and sports studies from The University of Huddersfield. Richard has gained extensive experience in the NHS and private practice.  Richard spent 5 years working for the ministry of defence. His special interests are rehabilitation, acupuncture and sports injuries. Outside of work Richard enjoys rugby league and is a motor sports fan.  In his spare time Richard enjoys climbing, running and going to the gym

Tom Lea

Associate Sports Rehabilitation Therapist

Tom graduated from the University of Salford in June 2021 with a First-Class in BSc (Hons) Sport Rehabilitation. He has been involved in professional football, various clinical settings and is currently working in rugby union.  Tom specialises in treatment techniques such as exercise rehabilitation and manual therapy for musculoskeletal pain/injury, particularly sports injuries.  In his spare time, Tom enjoys going to the gym regularly, walking and watching a variety of sports.

Physio Clinic staff member

Tracey Millward

Clinic Receptionist

Tracey is the newest addition to our reception team.  She brings with her a wealth of experience in education and training. Working as part of the team Tracey will be able to assist you with any queries and will be on hand to book you in. 

Debbie Eves

Clinic Receptionist

Debbie is a full time receptionist at the clinic and joined the team in 2015.  Debbie deals with the day to day running of the clinic admin and clerical duties.  Debbie manages appointment bookings and referrals and also carries out secretarial duties and is involved with sales and marketing for the clinic.

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