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At Marple Physio, we pride ourselves on the outstanding reputation of our clinical team. Recognised for our evidenced based approach, we consistently provide exceptional standards of care and therefore the best possible outcomes for our patients.

All of our physiotherapy practitioners are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). Many of our clinicians also hold additional qualifications and are recognised as leading specialists in their respective fields, affording unique levels of specialist expertise and care for our patients.

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liz ebelthite physiotherapist and Clinical Director

Liz Ebelthite Chartered Physiotherapist & Joint Clinical Director
Bsc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP, AACP Physiotherapy

Liz graduated with a first class BSc. Honours degree in physiotherapy in 2007, she specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2010, and became the owner and clinical director of Marple Physiotherapy in 2012.

In 2020 Liz gained Physio First’s prestigious Quality Assured Practitioner status, in collaboration with the University of Brighton. Quality Assured Practitioner status demonstrates a high level of physiotherapy practice with all outcomes benchmarked against a national standard.

Liz takes a holistic approach when assessing and treating her clients, using her wealth of post graduate experience and training to provide the highest standard of care. By focusing on her clients’ goals, Liz is able to facilitate positive change to people’s posture and quality of movement, resolving pain in the long term and preventing reoccurrence.

Her consistently excellent treatment outcomes and caring attitude mean that she is highly regarded by her clients, consultants, general practitioners, and other healthcare professionals.

Liz has a specialist interest in treating neck pain and whiplash injuries. Liz also has specialist training in acupuncture for musculoskeletal conditions which she uses very effectively in conjunction with her other physiotherapy skills. She is registered with the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Liz Ebelthite Chartered Physiotherapist & Joint Clinical Director
Bsc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP, AACP Physiotherapy

liz ebelthite physiotherapist and Clinical Director

Liz graduated with a first class BSc. Honours degree in physiotherapy in 2007, she specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in 2010, and became the owner and clinical director of Marple Physiotherapy in 2012.

In 2020 Liz gained Physio First’s prestigious Quality Assured Practitioner status, in collaboration with the University of Brighton. Quality Assured Practitioner status demonstrates a high level of physiotherapy practice with all outcomes benchmarked against a national standard.

Liz takes a holistic approach when assessing and treating her clients, using her wealth of post graduate experience and training to provide the highest standard of care. By focusing on her clients’ goals, Liz is able to facilitate positive change to people’s posture and quality of movement, resolving pain in the long term and preventing reoccurrence.

Her consistently excellent treatment outcomes and caring attitude mean that she is highly regarded by her clients, consultants, general practitioners, and other healthcare professionals.

Liz has a specialist interest in treating neck pain and whiplash injuries. Liz also has specialist training in acupuncture for musculoskeletal conditions which she uses very effectively in conjunction with her other physiotherapy skills. She is registered with the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Nicola Jackson Physiotherapist

Nicola Jackson Chartered Physiotherapist & Joint Clinical Director
BSc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP, ACPOHE, AACP

Nicky graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2007 with First Class Honours, initially working in a hospital setting before specialising in private practice in 2010 and becoming a partner at Marple Physiotherapy in 2019.

Nicky brings an exceptional, holistic approach to assessment and treatment, with specialist expertise in occupational health and ergonomics, and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics.

Having conducted more than 300 workplace assessments over a wide range of industries from offices to motor component engineering plants, Nicky enjoys the challenge of observing, analysing and applying her practical approach to resolve work-based aggravated symptoms. By liaising between employee and line manager and/or HR, specific and measurable plans can be devised to assist members of staff to remain in work or aid early return to work.

Nicky has gained numerous post-graduate qualifications including manual therapy, acupuncture and in her other area of specialist knowledge, physio-led Pilates. She is a fully qualified modified Pilates instructor and Star Pro member of the Australian Pilates and Physiotherapy Institute, bringing the enhanced benefits of physiotherapy-led Pilates such as improved posture and core strength to our patients.

Nicola Jackson Chartered Physiotherapist & Joint Clinical Director
BSc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP, ACPOHE, AACP

Nicola Jackson Physiotherapist

Nicky graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2007 with First Class Honours, initially working in a hospital setting before specialising in private practice in 2010 and becoming a partner at Marple Physiotherapy in 2019.

Nicky brings an exceptional, holistic approach to assessment and treatment, with specialist expertise in occupational health and ergonomics, and is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Occupational Health and Ergonomics.

Having conducted more than 300 workplace assessments over a wide range of industries from offices to motor component engineering plants, Nicky enjoys the challenge of observing, analysing and applying her practical approach to resolve work-based aggravated symptoms. By liaising between employee and line manager and/or HR, specific and measurable plans can be devised to assist members of staff to remain in work or aid early return to work.

Nicky has gained numerous post-graduate qualifications including manual therapy, acupuncture and in her other area of specialist knowledge, physio-led Pilates. She is a fully qualified modified Pilates instructor and Star Pro member of the Australian Pilates and Physiotherapy Institute, bringing the enhanced benefits of physiotherapy-led Pilates such as improved posture and core strength to our patients.

Cath Dougherty Physiotherapist

Cath Normansell Chartered Physiotherapist
DIPGRAD PHYS, HCPC, MCSP

Cath graduated from Salford School of Physiotherapy in 1987, and has worked within an NHS setting since then, specialising in musculoskeletal conditions. She joined the team at Stepping Hill hospital in 1992 and, in 2002, became an orthopaedic extended scope practitioner specialising in the foot and ankle. In 2005 she also took on paediatric orthopaedics, assessing children for development issues. She is an expert in children’s musculoskeletal development. She is also a trained acupuncturist. Cath has worked at Marple Physio since 2012.

Cath has over 25 years experience in an outpatient setting and has a specialist interest in paediatric orthopaedics (muscle and joint problems). She works alongside paediatric consultants at the Royal Manchester Children’s hospital and is an expert in treating knee pain, sports injuries, hip and back pain, shoulder pain, flat feet and hypermobility in children.

Cath Normansell Chartered Physiotherapist
DIPGRAD PHYS, HCPC, MCSP

Cath Dougherty Physiotherapist

Cath graduated from Salford School of Physiotherapy in 1987, and has worked within an NHS setting since then, specialising in musculoskeletal conditions. She joined the team at Stepping Hill hospital in 1992 and, in 2002, became an orthopaedic extended scope practitioner specialising in the foot and ankle. In 2005 she also took on paediatric orthopaedics, assessing children for development issues. She is an expert in children’s musculoskeletal development. She is also a trained acupuncturist. Cath has worked at Marple Physio since 2012.

Cath has over 25 years experience in an outpatient setting and has a specialist interest in paediatric orthopaedics (muscle and joint problems). She works alongside paediatric consultants at the Royal Manchester Children’s hospital and is an expert in treating knee pain, sports injuries, hip and back pain, shoulder pain, flat feet and hypermobility in children.

Holli Finnis - Physiotherapist

Holli Finnis Chartered Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP

Holli is an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist, keen to help people of all ages and abilities to improve their function and well-being through physiotherapy. Having graduated with degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation, Holli has worked in professional sport, the NHS, and private practice.

Holli’s experience of working with sporting injuries began in 2016 when she worked with the youth teams at Oxford United, she later went on to work at Manchester City and, most recently, with the women’s team at Manchester United.

Holli has additional qualifications in acupuncture and Pilates, and she often uses these as part of her treatment methods, as well as soft tissue massage.

Outside of work, Holli enjoys being active and outdoors, Pilates, and watching football.

Holli Finnis Chartered Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons), HCPC, MCSP

Holli Finnis - Physiotherapist

Holli is an experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist, keen to help people of all ages and abilities to improve their function and well-being through physiotherapy. Having graduated with degrees in Physiotherapy and Sports Rehabilitation, Holli has worked in professional sport, the NHS, and private practice.

Holli’s experience of working with sporting injuries began in 2016 when she worked with the youth teams at Oxford United, she later went on to work at Manchester City and, most recently, with the women’s team at Manchester United.

Holli has additional qualifications in acupuncture and Pilates, and she often uses these as part of her treatment methods, as well as soft tissue massage.

Outside of work, Holli enjoys being active and outdoors, Pilates, and watching football.

Sports Massage Therapist, Hadiya Wilson-Bell

Hadiya Wilson-Bell Sports Massage Therapist

As a skilled sports massage therapist, Hadiya uses her background in osteopathy, personal training, and manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) therapy to offer a comprehensive and targeted approach to massage. Her overall aim is to help aid you on your journey towards optimal health and well-being.

With a diverse range of techniques, she provides thorough and precise treatments tailored to each individual’s unique needs. Her skills range from relaxing Swedish, lymphatic, and post-operation treatment, to deep tissue and sports massage. Hadiya also likes to incorporate oscillations/vibration and mobilisation throughout the massages, to help encourage an increase in the range of movement, relaxation, and soft tissue flexibility.

Hadiya Wilson-Bell Sports Massage Therapist

Sports Massage Therapist, Hadiya Wilson-Bell

As a skilled sports massage therapist, Hadiya uses her background in osteopathy, personal training, and manual lymphatic drainage (MLD) therapy to offer a comprehensive and targeted approach to massage. Her overall aim is to help aid you on your journey towards optimal health and well-being.

With a diverse range of techniques, she provides thorough and precise treatments tailored to each individual’s unique needs. Her skills range from relaxing Swedish, lymphatic, and post-operation treatment, to deep tissue and sports massage. Hadiya also likes to incorporate oscillations/vibration and mobilisation throughout the massages, to help encourage an increase in the range of movement, relaxation, and soft tissue flexibility.

Rob Wilcox, Neuro Physiotherapist

Rob Wilcox Neurological Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Rob is a specialist neurological physiotherapist with 13 years’ experience working in neurological rehabilitation for the NHS.

He started out his career as a therapy assistant in the NHS and later qualified as a physiotherapist, completing a BSc Hons degree at the University of Salford.

Since qualifying as a physiotherapist, Rob has continued to develop his professional skill set, completing several training opportunities, including three modules of the prestigious Bobath Concept at the Manchester Neurotherapy Centre.

Rob has experience working with a range of neurological conditions including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injuries, and has a special interest in treating clients who have had a stroke.

Outside of his work, Rob has an active lifestyle and enjoys playing sports. He has recently become a rugby referee and enjoys the rest of his spare time spent with his young family.

Rob Wilcox Neurological Physiotherapist
BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy

Rob Wilcox, Neuro Physiotherapist

Rob is a specialist neurological physiotherapist with 13 years’ experience working in neurological rehabilitation for the NHS.

He started out his career as a therapy assistant in the NHS and later qualified as a physiotherapist, completing a BSc Hons degree at the University of Salford.

Since qualifying as a physiotherapist, Rob has continued to develop his professional skill set, completing several training opportunities, including three modules of the prestigious Bobath Concept at the Manchester Neurotherapy Centre.

Rob has experience working with a range of neurological conditions including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, traumatic brain injuries, and has a special interest in treating clients who have had a stroke.

Outside of his work, Rob has an active lifestyle and enjoys playing sports. He has recently become a rugby referee and enjoys the rest of his spare time spent with his young family.

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If you would like to know more about how we can help you, please contact us and one of our friendly team will be happy to discuss your needs, without obligation.

* Please note: If your treatment costs are to be paid directly by your health insurance company, we kindly ask that you contact us by phone or email to arrange your appointment.

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Here's what our clients say.

Karen S. ★★★★★ I've used Marple Physio for several issues relating to back, neck and jaw pain and the team are ace, I've had physio including acupuncture and Liz is fabulously attentive and caring. I've also recently had a sports massage with Hadiya. I went in with pain so distracting I was struggling to stand/walk and left feeling like a massive weight had been lifted and went to a concert and stood up all evening. Highly recommend them!Ellie R. ★★★★★ I booked in for a sports massage after struggling with neck and shoulder pain. Nadia was absolutely amazing throughout, I’m now feeling so much better and I’m able to turn my neck again. Thank you so much Nadia!M. G. ★★★★★ My son and I have both had physio treatment from Liz, who has been brilliant in helping us quickly improve our symptoms. She has gone out of her way to help us, and is a thoroughly kind and highly knowledgeable professional. Thank you so much!Alan W. ★★★★★ I have used Marple Physio several times for a variety of musculoskeletal problems. They have always been very accessible, efficient and effective in treating me. They are my first port of call for anything of this kind.Lara D. ★★★★★ I've had a few sports related injuries over the past few years and have seen both Nicky and Liz at Marple Physio. Both were super knowledgeable, understood the issue, and provided practical advice and exercises to help me quickly get back up and running (literally). I really recommend Marple Physio and have had nothing but good experiences. Thanks so much for all your help!Paul M. ★★★★★ My 13 year old son was suffering from a lower back issue that was stopping him football training and playing for over 4 weeks and it was really getting him down. A single appointment at Marple physio did the trick. The issue was quickly diagnosed, treated and he was left feeling much better with some exercises that have completed his recovery. I would highly recommend Marple Physio.G B ★★★★★ I went to Marple Physio during pregnancy as I was having problems with pelvic girdle pain and hypermobility. Before I started, I was struggling to walk up stairs without being in a lot of pain, had disturbed sleep from it and was dreading things getting worse in my final few months of pregnancy.Over my sessions Nicky gave me exercises that were manageable and safe, but still felt like they were making a big difference to my pain and also building up my strength. Pretty quickly I found my pain easing up and by my final session at 36 weeks, I felt in so much better shape than when I first started!I’d recommend Nicky to anyone needing support, but especially when pregnant. She was very approachable and really listened to what I needed and what I felt I could do as my pregnancy progressed.Amy W. ★★★★★ Brilliant service. Helped me so much with my low back pain. Saw a couple of other people at other clinics before working with Liz and she was hands down the best!Rose-Marie W. ★★★★★ I saw Nicky for pain in my c section scar which was affecting me on a daily basis. She was great at coming up with different treatments (exercises, physical manipulation and a cream) which have improved the pain I was experiencing.js_loader

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