Cath is the Director and Practice Principal of Catherine Ingram Physiotherapy Limited, establishing her Timperley Physiotherapy Clinic in 2005, Knutsford Physiotherapy Clinic in 2017 and Sale Clinic September 2020.
Qualifying in 1995 from Manchester Royal Infirmary School of Physiotherapy, Cath worked in the NHS in neurology, musculoskeletal outpatients, cardiac rehabilitation and elderly care before entering private practice in 2005.
After setting up her first clinic in 2005 and generating a large physiotherapy client base in Timperley, Sale and Altrincham, Cath expanded her skillset to become a fully registered Acupuncturist, becoming a member of the AACP.
Cath’s hands on approach and strong interpersonal skills lend to a growing reputation in the local area and the practice has grown organically over the last 15 years leading to several generations of the same family coming to Cath for Treatment.
Helena is a Chartered physiotherapist, specialising in the assessment, treatment and management of musculoskeletal disorders. After graduating from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2010 she has worked in a wide range of clinical settings across the NHS developing an holistic approach to patient care. Since becoming a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist in 2016 she has gained extensive knowledge of the management of musculoskeletal disorders in the NHS and in private practice.
Outside of work Helena enjoys rock climbing and yoga. She understands the importance of staying active and is passionate about helping patients to self manage their conditions through exercise, whilst also using a range of hands-on skills to reduce pain and improve flexibility throughout the recovery process.
Liam qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2018 and has worked across a variety of areas including musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapy. He has since specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, working both in the NHS and in private practice. Through this he has developed an ability to treat and manage a wide variety of both acute and chronic conditions, including both upper and lower limb issues, as well as neck and back pain.
Liam has a history of playing sports, with a keen interest in strength and conditioning and weight training. Using an evidence-based approach, incorporating exercise and hands-on therapy, Liam aims to provide patients with the ability to treat their current condition, while also preventing re-occurrence and future injury. Furthermore, he has completed specialist training in the long-term management of both osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Thank you again for the wonderful treatment, after my injuries I thought I could never have looked after my disabled wife the same way again. You've given us our life back. Eternally Grateful.
Graham Fisher - Altrincham
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