Graham Morgan, BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Musculoskeletal Medicine, MCSP, HCPC registered
Graham has been working as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist for nearly a decade. He has studied to gain an additional masters degree in musculoskeletal medicine alongside his previous physiotherapy degree. His main speciality is management of complex spinal conditions. This includes recent and long term spinal pain, lower back pain with leg symptoms, neck pain with arm symptoms, post operative spines and management of patients with neurological deficits. He is experienced at interpreting spinal imaging as well as recognising when imaging is appropriate. Graham is now an experienced injection therapist and is used to administering steroid and hyaluronic acid such as synvisc and ostenil to help patients manage chronic conditions. His other interests include rehabilitation of anterior knee pain and chronic tendinopathies.
Niall Carter, BSc Physiotherapy, MSc Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC registered
Niall qualified as a physiotherapist in 2004 having previously studied sports science. He has worked locally for the NHS since 2004 during which time he has gained in depth experience in a variety of specialties. He has held various senior posts in the NHS that have given him experience of managing patients with complex musculoskeletal conditions and neurological conditions such as stroke, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson’s. He also works for a private provider of NHS surgical services as a Spinal Extended Scope Practitioner.
He has completed an MSc in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and as such is a skilled manual and exercise therapist. He specialises in the management of complex spinal conditions, working in spinal surgical clinics and also providing physiotherapy for patients both post-operatively and as part of their conservative management. As such he has a balanced viewpoint on the management options available to people with spinal problems. In addition, he has particular interests in cervicogenic headaches, sacroiliac joint pain and lower limb tendinopathies.
Danny Brunton, BSc Physiotherapy, MCSP, HCPC registered
Danny has been working as a qualified physiotherapist for over 10 years. During this period he has gained vast experience in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, building a broad understanding of medical presentations. Alongside his physiotherapy degree he has completed additional masters level modules.
As a Clinical Lead Physiotherapist, his main interests and skills have developed around the management of knee and ankle injuries/conditions. Danny has developed his assessment and treatment skills over a long period of time by working in clinics alongside the area’s leading ankle and knee consultants.
Other special interests of Danny’s include the management of post-operative patients such as Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction (having written locally used post operation guidelines), treatment of acute/chronic tendinopathies, management of soft tissue injuries and the use of Maitland mobilisation techniques and rehabilitation with the aim of return to sporting activity and hobbies such as running.
laura lidster bsc physiotherapy, hcpc registered, specialist in neurological rehabilitation
Laura has over 9 years post graduate experience in Physiotherapy. She has spent the last 7 years specialising in the management of complex neurological conditions. Alongside her work at Consortium she holds a full time role in the NHS as a Clinical Lead in Neuro rehab.
Special interests of Laura's include treating Stroke, Spinal Cord Injuries and Brain injuries. She also has vast experience in managing other neurological conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis and Parkinsons disease. Laura has additional specialist training in the Bobath management of such conditions and focuses her patient goals around improving their function, mobility and quality of life.
chris john bsc physiotherapy, hcpc registered
Chris is a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist with a special interest in sports physiotherapy. Alongside his work at the Consortium clinic he holds a senior role for the NHS and continues to work with Hull City Tigers Academy. He has previously worked in elite rugby for Hull Kingston Rovers, Yorkshire Carnegie Academy and Northamptonshire Saints Community. Chris believes strongly in the importance of planning effective loading programmes in order to decrease the risk of getting injured during activity. He enjoys rehabilitating patients following traumatic injuries. This was something he has had to do himself during his own recovery after breaking his neck whilst playing rugby. In addition to his degree in Physiotherapy Chris has also embarked upon a Masters in Sports and Exercise Medicine.