Mike Salkeld (Senior Physiotherapist)
Mike qualified as a physiotherapist with a first class honours degree from the University of Cumbria. He is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with six years NHS and private practice experience
His post graduate qualifications include a diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine, the Mckenzie concept, the Mulligan's concept, a qualification awarded from the Neuro-Orthpodeadic Institute, injection therapy and has also gained a qualification in the Cognitive Functional Therapy approach which focuses on the biopsychosocial model and individualised care, ensuring not only the patient’s structural injury is considered and treated but that the individual and their individual experience is considered also.
Mike furthermore is a strength and conditioning coach and also has a qualification in Sports Nutrition and an honours degree in Sport Science and Biology.
Nils Killgren (Senior Physiotherapist)
Nils qualified as a Physiotherapist with a first class honours degree from Kings College London. He is a Specialist Physiotherapist focused on musculoskeletal practice with experience of a wide range of presentations including adolescents primarily with sporting related injuries and conditions.
Prior to moving to the Lakes, Nils worked within the London North West Healthcare NHS Trust. There he gained experience across various fields including musculoskeletal outpatients, orthopaedics, neurology, post surgical and critical care. Nils's post-graduate education includes qualifications in Pilates and Acupuncture (AACP) as well as courses covering Pain Education and Taping. Forthcoming courses this year will cover Orthopaedic Medicine.
Julia Templeton (Sports Therapist)
Julia is a Sports Therapist with 18 years of private practice experience since qualifying as an holistic therapist in 1998. In 2011 she progressed and qualified at level 3 Sports Massage and specialises in muscular injuries. Julia has experience working with professional rugby and football players, weight lifters and fell and road runners.
Anna Monk (Physiotherapist)
Anna qualified as a physiotherapist from Manchester University (I know everyone else has put the year but 1994 makes me sound ancient! I got a first if you need to put that??). She has spent the majority of her career working within the musculoskeletal field, both in the NHS and private sector. In more recent years Anna has developed her skills in Women’s Health Physiotherapy and specialises in the conservative treatment of female urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.