Meet the Team

Meet the team


Meet the team

Physiotherapists gain a degree in Physiotherapy (BSc) and join the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). Anyone can call themselves a physiotherapist, with no training (and many do!), but CHARTERED Physiotherapy means studying and membership of the CSP (a protected title). All physiotherapists have to be registered with the Health Professions Council (HCPC), which registers and regulates professions supplementary to medicine. All physiotherapists at Loughborough Physiotherapy Clinic are both CSP and HCPC registered.

All physiotherapists at Loughborough Physiotherapy Clinic are both CSP and HCPC registered.
Jo Hartshorn

Jo Hartshorn

Msc. MMACP. MCSP. Grad Dip Sp Inj.

Specialised Areas:

Headaches and migraines

TMJ and face pain

Adolescent problems

Paula Stephen

Paula Stephen

BSc (Hons). MCSP.

Specialised Areas:

Paediatric Orthopaedics

Paediatric Neurology

Nevzat Yuksel

Nevzat Yuksel

BSc (Hons). MCSP.

Specialised Areas:

Bio-mechanical Assessments

Sports injuries

Functional rehabilitation

Lower back pain and Whiplash

Declan Leonard

Declan Leonard

BSc (Hons). MCSP.

Specialised Areas: 

Sports Rehabilitation

Lower limb injuries

Sara Aspinall

Sara Aspinall

BSc (Hons). MSc (R). MCSP.

Specialised Areas:

Shoulder

Spinal rehabilitation

Acupuncture

Lower limb


Savva Filactou

Savva Filactou

Sports Massage Therapist

Specialised Areas: Sports massage Muscle energy techniques Soft tissue release Sports injuries



Perneet (Pam) Clarke

Perneet (Pam) Clarke

Assistant Practice Manager


Whether you are 20 years old or 70 years old, acute, chronic or post-traumatic pain can get you anytime.

Physiotherapy is the tool for making your body and whole health improve and get back on track!