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


Our ethos is to treat each client with the least number of treatments possible, but where appropriate, you will be discharged with corrective advice & information about your injury/specific exercises to ensure you have a full recovery.


We work in collaboration with some the of UK’s leading Consultants:

Mr Mayur Chawda Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon (Hip & Knee Specialist))

MBBS, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Tr. & Orth), MS (Orth)

  • NHS Work: Ysbyty Gwynedd – Bangor NHS Hospital
  • Private Work: The Grosvenor Hospital, Chester.

Mr Chawda is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, who divides his time between both his private work and his NHS position.

After qualifying, he spent 3 years as resident trainee doctor in orthopaedic surgery which lead to a further 6 years at Specialist Registrar level. He was made a Fellow in Orthopaedic surgery for 18 months and then later went on to travel abroad to further his training in both Australia (2 years as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon) & Germany (18 months on specialist fellowship in hip and knee surgery), before eventually settling in North Wales.

Mr Chawda’s current research interests include: all aspects of Hip and knee surgery, Computer assisted hip and knee surgery including hip replacements and hip resurfacing techniques.

Mr Simon Roberts Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Surgeon


  • NHS Work: The Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital – Oswestry
  • Private Work: Spire Yale Hospital, Wrexham

Mr Roberts was appointed an NHS Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Surgeon to the Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry in 1998. Oswestry is now a centre of excellence for all kinds of orthopaedic surgery, combining a strong tradition with cutting edge technology. He now deals entirely with sports injuries and trauma, but doesn’t do any joint replacements at all, so that he can specialise and improve the treatments he can offer.

The majority of his work is minimally invasive surgery of the knee, shoulder and ankle for problems of joint instability, ligament and cartilage problems and joint surface defects. Mr Roberts has treated elite & professional sportsmen since 1999 from numerous clubs & associations including seven Premiership football clubs, rugby Super league teams, the England rugby union team & Olympic athletes. His publications & research are listed here.

Mr Peter Brownson Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon (Shoulder & Elbow Specialist)

DM, FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Tr. & Orth).

  • NHS Work: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Private Work: Spire Liverpool Hospital.
Mr Brownson studied at Liverpool University and qualified in 1986. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1991, after which he undertook a period of orthopaedic research at Nottingham University. It culminated in the submission of his doctoral thesis and the award of an MD. The research also resulted in him being awarded an Honorarium in the Syme Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and the crash brace position proposed, was subsequently, adopted by the Civil Aviation Authority globally, for use on all passenger aircraft.

Mr Brownson continued his orthopaedic training in Nottingham, during which time he acquired extensive experience in trauma surgery working at the Queens Medical Centre (one of the busiest trauma hospitals in Europe with a worldwide reputation as a Centre of Excellence for trauma). He obtained an appointment as the Shoulder Fellow in the Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Unit where he became specialist in all aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery.

After completing his orthopaedic training in Nottingham, Mr Brownson was appointed as a Consultant Surgeon in Liverpool with a specialist interest in shoulder and elbow surgery. Mr Brownson has achieved both national and international recognition as being at the forefront of arthroscopic (keyhole) surgical techniques. In recognition of this, he was awarded the Travelling Fellowship of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society in 2002.

Mr Christopher Walker Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon (Foot & Ankle Specialist)

MCh (Orth), FRCS (Orth), FRCS Ed.

  • NHS work: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Private Work: Spire Hospital – Liverpool.

Mr Walker is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a particular interest in conditions of the foot and ankle. This includes arthroscopic and open surgery, together with Ilizarov techniques for deformity correction. He specialises in difficult conditions and often provides second opinions and surgery for complex problems. He studied at the University of Liverpool and qualified in 1981.

Following this he undertook his surgical training in London and was awarded Fellowships of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and England in 1986 and 1987. He was appointed to a research fellowship in Liverpool and also a surgical fellowship at Wrightington Hospital. He achieved his Intercollegiate Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery in 1993.

Prior to taking up his Consultant post he visited foot and ankle centres in the USA at Oakland, Seattle and Baltimore. He was appointed to the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in 1994 and set up the hospital’s foot and ankle service. He is Associate Clinical Director of the Trauma and Orthopaedic Directorate and is Chairman of the hospital’s Techniques and Medical Devices Group. He has achieved wide recognition in the world of foot and ankle surgery and regularly lectures at national and international meetings.

Treatment Methods:

• Manual / ‘Hands-on’ Physiotherapy
• Sports Massage
• Osteopathic joint mobilisation & manipulation
• Dry Needling/Acupuncture
• Taping
• Ultrasound (electrotherapy)
• Video gait analysis/re-education
• Strength & conditioning programmes
• Made-to-measure Orthotics

Do you need insoles for your shoes?

Your feet and the rest of your body are highly interconnected,
Pain in your back, hips or knees could well be linked to whats happening down at your feet. It can be difficult to change someones posture, but a pair of insoles can help.

There are many ‘off the shelf’ insoles out there, but where pain alignment need to be rectified, for us there is no second best than a made to measure orthotic. Our in-house podiatrists can make a pair of insoles up for you in 3-4 weeks.
The process:
1. Call us & we will get our podiatrists to call when next available.
2. The comprehensive assessment: (lifestyle needs, foot posture & Gait analysis). Molds of your feet can then be taken with foam boxes. Molds are then sent off to be made.
3. Once made – a final fitting is done to check they are correct.

Insoles can take 3-6 months to get used to & to wear into your shoes slowly.

Whether you’re an athlete or not, insoles are a worthy investment. Please contact us for more information on:
01492 545291.