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Mike Whitehead MSc MCSP HCPC

Senior Chartered Physiotherapist & Director

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Mike is the Founder and Director of Peak Wellbeing Physiotherapy Cinic in Radcliffe on Trent (formerly known as Radcliffe Physiotherapy).


With an undergraduate degree in anatomy prior to the completion of his physiotherapy education in 2001, Mike has an expert, detailed knowledge base to simplify the most complex of problems.


Mike believes that the basis of rehabilitation of your injury starts with helping you to understand the cause of the problem. Mike will use his extensive experience to reassure you, treat and manage your injury accordingly and will involve you in every stage of your recovery.


Mike has a great interest in complex pain states and sporting injuries, particularly running, cycling and swimming, in which he partakes himself. Rest assured that Mike will make you feel supported throughout your assessment and treatment, and guide you back to fitness.

Mike has built his team of associate physiotherapists in keeping with his clinical ethic and believes that each and everyone of them are excellent at helping to achieve your goals. He knows that you will be impressed by anyone of his hand picked team.


We have an incredible team of reception staff, Cathy and Claire, who are always happy to guide you through the booking process as well as advise on the first actions you should take. 

All of our associate physiotherapists are extremely experienced with at least 10 years of post graduate experience.  All are selected to ensure that they fit with our ethic of helping you to help yourself.  Many of our physiotherapists have additional training including the use of acupuncture and the application of shockwave therapy.  Please ask about our excellent team members if you are looking for a particular type of treatment. 


Jenny graduated from Leeds Metropolitan University in 2001, starting her physiotherapy career at QMC/University Hospital Nottingham.  2 years later, she embarked on her Masters in physiotherapy.  Since then, she has worked in private practice, dealing with sports injuries, repetitive strain injuries and musculoskeletal problems. 

She is also qualified to provide treatment using acupuncture and, accordingly, is a member of the AACP, which is the largest professional body for chartered physiotherapists, who practice medical acupuncture in the UK.


Most recently, Jenny undertook a 'cycle-fit' course to better understand causes of any cyclist's pain/injuries (including most appropriate riding position for the individual / best positioning of saddle/handlebars).


Jenny is incredibly knowledgeable and professional, with a very friendly manner.  She is a great "medical detective", according to some returning/long-standing patients, and will quickly and expertly deduce the source of the problem, whilst giving reassurance and an easy-to-understand explanation of its cause.  


Be confident that you will feel supported throughout your assessment and treatment with her, knowing you'll soon be taking those first steps to recovery and fitness.


Sarah has been qualified for over 18 years completing her undergraduate degree in Physiotherapy (BSc Hons) at King's College London and then her Masters degree (MSc) in Sports and Exercise Medicine at Queen Mary University London.


In her early career she worked in hospitals, and later predominantly for many years in private practice. Alongside this, she had many part time sports roles including with Crystal Palace Football Club and Tottenham Hotspur Football Club in their academies (Under 9s to Under 16s).  She also worked in swimming (ASA club level Beacon Programme), hockey and in rugby (including up to championship level with London Welsh 1st XV).


A highlight of her career was working at the London 2012 Olympic Games in the Aquatics Centre and also at the Polyclinic in the Athletes Village for the London 2012 Paralympics where she worked trackside in the Olympic Stadium, in the wheelchair basketball arena and in Paralympic Cycling and Fencing. 


She is trained in acupuncture and APPI Pilates to intermediate level, and previously set up and ran her own physio-led pilates rehab classes.


She has a specialist interest in running injuries, as a keen runner herself, having completed London, Paris and New York marathons (and having sustained several injuries!) so she can therefore relate to athletes injured in the lead up to an event they have been training for. 


Bio for Ruth to follow shortly.

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