Dean Muldoon Chartered Physiotherapist
My name is Dean Muldoon and I have been a chartered physiotherapist since the year 2000. I work partly for the NHS at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner.
My job involves managing and rehabilitating complex spinal, upper and lower limb musculoskeletal conditions. This may involve referral to other specialities and diagnostics such as MRI scans. I work alongside Orthopaedic Consultants’.
My role entails carrying out Lumbosacral spinal injections, soft tissue and joint injections. I have been treating patients with Acupuncture since 2003 and I am a member of the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists.
I have previously worked for the Army and a Premiership football club.
Callum Hewitt Chartered Physiotherapist
My Name is Callum Hewitt and I qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist from University of Bradford in 2018 graduating with first class honours.
I completed my rotational training at Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust before specialising in Musculoskeletal assessment and treatment.
I have worked in Harrogate as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist in the NHS alongside working as the lead Physiotherapist for a Semi-Professional football club.
In 2022 I moved back to the midlands and took up an equivalent NHS post at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. I am a member of the AACP (Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists).
My varied career has given me excellent experience in treating a wide array of MSK conditions. Treatments include Manual Therapy, Acupuncture, Strength Training and Rehabilitation.
Leanne Job Physiotherapist
I qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2005 and have worked for both the NHS and the private sector. I am AACP acupuncture trained and have gained an Orthopaedic Medicine Diploma (peripheral and spinal).
I have extensive musculoskeletal experience that includes gym and post-surgical rehabilitation. I have also completed Pilates training.I am now in a more advanced role working at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital.
I am especially interested in the shoulder and enjoy using acupuncture to complement my practice.
Leon Mckenzie Chartered Physiotherapist
My name is Leon Mackenzie and I qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2011. I work as an Advanced Practice Physiotherapist at the Royal Orthopaedic hospital in Birmingham.
My job role involves the expert assessment, treatment and management for spinal, lower limb and upper limb musculoskeletal conditions. I refer for investigations such as XRAY’s, MRI’s and ultrasound scans when it’s appropriate.
As part of my advanced practice role, I perform joint and soft tissue injections when they are indicated. I have experience rehabilitating patients with complex musculoskeletal conditions.
My advanced practice skills allow for me to assess, diagnose, treat or triage a patient ensuring they receive the best possible care.
Paul Morrison Chartered Physiotherapist
My name is Paul Morrison, I have been a chartered Physiotherapist since 2008. My speciality is the assessment and treatments of musculoskeletal conditions.
I work at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in an Advanced Practitioner role, assessing and treating complex spinal pain patients. When appropriate, I request a variety of investigations, including MRI scan, X-rays and blood tests. I also complete a variety of joint injections for MSK pain.
I have previously worked at other NHS MSK departments, managing a wide variety of MSK conditions. I previously worked at a Premier League Football club for 15 years, within a very successful academy, assessing and rehabilitating Footballers back to full fitness.
Treatments techniques include, manual therapy, specific exercise rehabilitation and strength training, acupuncture and education. All targeted at individual recovery.
Emily Jackson Physiotherapist
My name is Emily Jackson. I have been working within Birmingham and Solihull since graduating from the University of Birmingham in 2018. I have been working as a specialist physiotherapist in musculoskeletal conditions since 2019.
I have undertaken additional training in both sports massage and acupuncture and enjoy using these as adjuncts to rehabilitation for my patients.
I am a keen sports player myself, competing in both Hockey and Cricket since a young age. This gives me the knowledge and understanding of common sporting injuries and allows me to appreciate patients desire to get back to full fitness in a timely manner.
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