Come and meet out team of experienced Chartered Physiotherapists, serving the Bay Area
Alex Burch MCSC MHPC
In 2000 Alex returned to the NHS after a move back up North in 2000, working in the musculoskeletal outpatient department at the Queen Victoria Centre, Morecambe. In 2005, she combined this NHS work with private practice clinics in both Lancaster and Milnthorpe. Alex then took on the role of physiotherapy provider at Sedbergh School. Alex opened Morecambe Bay Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic in 2007. The clinic has grown quickly and developed a reputation with both clients, doctors and consultants for providing excellent physiotherapy services within Morecambe, Lancaster, Sedbergh, Kirkby Lonsdale and the surrounding areas. In January 2014 the clinic expanded, incorporating Versatile in Carnforth, with the aim of providing a wider range of services including podiatry, pilates, yoga and neuro-physiotherapy services. Alex strives to maintain her professional development as this is one of the best ways to provide you with the latest and most forward thinking advances within physiotherapy.
Leanne Eastwood MCSP MHPC
For the last seven years Leanne has worked solely as a musculo-skeletal physiotherapist, working in a number of private practices across Lancashire and Yorkshire. Leanne now combines her work here in the clinic with working in an NHS Out-Patient Department. Leanne is an experienced and highly skilled physiotherapist with a special interest in rehabilitation. Leanne combines acupuncture with her manual therapy skills.
She particularly enjoys treating sports injuries, but also spinal conditions and is keen on rehabilitation which she incorporates with manual (“hands on”) therapy and acupuncture.,Away from work Leanne loves to travel and explore new places. She likes to keep fit and is particularly interested in athletics, especially running, though she no longer competes.
Clare Kay-Shuttleworth MCSP MHPC
Clare is experienced in treating a range of Musculoskeletal conditions and since 2006, has developed a particular expertise in pregnancy related conditions such as back, neck and pelvic pain, including coccyx pain, wrist pain (Carpal tunnel syndrome) and postnatal abdominal muscle weakness such as Rectus abdominis diastasis. Clare has taught antenatal education classes, and is experienced in both antenatal and postnatal exercise. Clare is committed to providing a high quality and evidence based service. She is looking forward to helping you discover a fitter and healthier you.
Pamela Johnson Yoga Teacher
Important elements that Pam teaches are keeping the core strong, creating space in the joints, but most important is not getting hung up on how you look in a posture. The body should feel light and strong. Pam encourages her students to explore what is going on in their body and dissolve tension.
He has a key interest in working with people suffering from overuse sports related injuries such as achilles pain or anterior knee pain.
Since graduating, he has specialised in sports massage and post injury/post-surgery rehab with a focus on return to sport aims. However, he has also gained a lot of experience working with elderly patients and assisting in rehabilitation, or ongoing exercise maintenance following orthopaedic surgery.