The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic - Regain the freedom of movement

Our Therapists

Oliver Cook Lead Chartered Physiotherapist

BSc.(Hons), MCSP, HCPC, Dip. Sports Massage

Oliver is the lead Chartered Physiotherapist for ‘The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic’. He specialises in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy & also holds a postgraduate diploma in Sports Massage Therapy.

After graduating with a BSc. Honours degree in Physiotherapy from Brunel University (London) he spent 3 years within top London NHS teaching hospitals before relocating up to North Wales to join ‘The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic’ in 2013
He has consequently gained a wealth of experience treating all types of injuries – from general aches & pains all the way up to treating elite athletes.

As well as physiotherapy, Oliver is a trained musician. He is a cellist – performer & teacher, who was awarded a Diploma in Music Performance (Dip.ABRSM) when he was only 17 years old. He has furthermore performed throughout the UK in many leading venues & in front of famous dignitaries.

As if Oliver isn’t busy enough, he also gives up his time voluntarily to help St John Ambulance – Colwyn Bay.


  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Member of the Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)
  • St John Ambulance first aid Trainer

Steve Willis Clinic proprietor

MSc, BSc. (Hons), MCSP, HCPC, Dip.Phys Ed Cert Ed.

After a career serving in the Armed Forces with the Royal Marines Commandos, Airborne Forces and Physical Training Corp; Steve successfully completed a Diploma in Physical Education (Dip Phys Ed / PCGE). This lead him onto studying Sports Science at Bangor University in 1996, followed by an MSc. in Rehabilitation Sciences & Physiotherapy in 1999 at Glasgow Caledonian University.

Steve’s clinical career has spanned both the NHS & private practice. Whilst working within Ealing NHS Trust, he opened his first private physiotherapy practice in Twickenham (London). However, a change in circumstances meant he relocated back to North Wales where he set up ‘The Physio & Sports Injury Clinic’

Steve has now stepped down clinically & just oversees the business all the way from Australia (where he has retired to).

  • Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
  • Member of the Health Professionals Council (HCPC)
  • DSE Work Station Assessor

The North Wales Regional Institute of Sport.

This is an organisation that opened in 2007 after a grant of £250,000 was given by the Welsh Assembly Government to Sport Wales, to help identify elite athletes of the future within North Wales. The institute for North Wales is managed from the Plas Menai Water-sports Centre in Caernarfon, Gwynedd.

Sport in Wales is undergoing an unprecedented shift in culture, characterised by a clear vision that is capable of inspiring the delivery of better outcomes in sport. The ultimate aim is to try to increase the number of North Wales Athletes representing Team GB at every global sporting event. See what Sport Wales is doing in your area Sport Wales

Sports Wales – Physiotherapy Network

Sport Wales are seeking to involve the very best practitioners, coaches and support personnel, in order to provide an environment in which our athletes can develop and reach their full potential. The Physio and Sports Injury Clinic has been awarded a prestige accreditation to provide a professional physiotherapy service to these elite athletes and coaches.