Testimonials

During his time at University, Chris has worked with a range of teams and associations, as well as dealing with his own patients in a University Sports Injury Clinic. Read about what Chris has to offer from the patients themselves.

Matt Jackson, Head Physio of Preston North End
“Chris has worked throughout the 2010-11 season with members of the first team squad at PNEFC.

He has demonstrated excellent soft tissue treatment skills that have seen ongoing improvement as the season has progressed.

Chris works within his scope of practice, and asks questions where appropriate. He is a confident communicator and works well within the medical department at the club.

Thanks for your hard work this season!”

Ben Lavelle, Lancashire F.A U16 Team Manager
“Chris has been an integral member of our Lancashire County Schools Football Association under 16 set up.

He has been prompt with his support, punctual in his preparation and most of all he has demonstrated a willingness to help and treat our players as well as a good social manner, in all of his dealings with us.

I have been very impressed with his whole approach to his work and our boys have benefited enormously from the professionalism he demonstrates.

He has formed a strong link with our players and management and he has helped towards our successes this year. I wish him well and thank him.”

Andy, Amateur Cyclist from Northwich
“As an amateur cyclist taking part in Sportives and competing in Time Trials for a local cycling club, it can be easy to forget that although I’m not a professional athlete, my muscles still need looking after.

You will not believe the difference having a regular session with Chris can make. It can be the difference between struggling at the back of the bunch to leading up at the front!

Chris has been fundamental in not only repairing my sore, tight, aching muscles but in giving advice on nutrition, training and warm up exercises which have made a significant amount of difference to my performance, loosing weight and aiding muscle growth.”