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After qualifying in 1999 from Salford University, Rivka started working at Hope Hospital where she continued to work up till 2013.

 

In 2002, she specialised and took up a post in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy and has gained extensive experience in this area.

Rivka has a keen interest in orthopaedics and has strong links with many of the orthopaedic surgeons in the Greater Manchester area.

 

She has worked both in the NHS and privately, treating patients after joint replacement surgery, arthroscopies and sporting injuries. Rivka has studied for a post-graduate diploma in orthopaedic medicine. 

 

Rivka has also spent time training under a top London osteopath, specialising in spinal manupulation, which she can now offer to patients in the clinic.

Rivka has worked in private practice since 2003.

RIVKA GOLDBLATT

BSc (HONS) PHYSIOTHERAPY

LISA MILLER

BSc (HONS) PHYSIOTHERAPY

LISA qualified in 2001 from Glasgow Caledonian University with a degree in physiotherapy. After graduating she moved to Manchester and started working at Fairfield General Hospital, Pennine Acute NHS Trust.

In 2003, Lisa took up a post in musculo-skeletal physiotherapy and developed a special interest in obstetrics and gynaecology.

 

She has extensive experience in treating female incontinence problems, pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain (PGP) and symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD).

 

In 2012 Lisa left the NHS to take up a position in Heathlands Village, a large establishment encompassing a residential and nursing home, palliative care and warden-controlled flats.

 

During the spring and summer of 2013 Lisa completed a course recognised across Europe and became qualified as a Postural Stability Instructor. This qualification has given her more in depth knowledge on the subject of falls prevention in the elderly which she uses in her domicilliary treatments within the community as well as in the care home setting.

 

She has always had a keen interest in exercise and in 2008 she completed her APPI training as a pilates instructor. She teaches individuals and small classes in the clinic studio as well as in the community.

 

Lisa has also trained to use acupuncture to treat pain associated with musculo-skeletal conditions.