3RPhysiotherapy is a Physiotherapy, Sports Massage and Personal Training Service for adults and children. 3RPhysiotherapy commonly treats clients with: Back and Joint pain, Muscular Aches, Sports Injuries, Post Surgery and those wanting to Improve their Fitness! Everyone is welcome, we are informal and offer easy pay-as-you-go options. We even have packages for runners who need specific training – just see out 'TRAIN TO RUN' section. We apply the right pressure to your body, not your commitment.
Flexible service offered...
If you struggle for free time, or have difficulty leaving your home, we can treat you in the comfort of your own home. Alternatively visit one of our two clinic locations.
The 3 R's of 3RPhysiotherapy
#Reassure #Rehabilitate #Reinvigorate
MEET THE TEAM
Lead Physiotherapist and Practice Owner
Our lead physiotherapist Paul is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists and is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. Paul also has an advanced CRB certificate to allow him to treat children.
Paul has qualifications in sports massage and personal training as well as a degree in Human Biology and a degree in Physiotherapy.
Paul worked within the NHS covering varying specialities for 5 years before he secured a senior position as a Specialist Children's Physiotherapist where he worked part-time for 4 years until August 2016. As well as working in the NHS Paul also worked for a number of years at a very busy private practice in an exclusive health club. Working in two different environments has been immensely valuable to him, not only developing a deep knowledge of many injuries and conditions affecting all ages, but also a repertoire of treatment ideas to aid recovery.
As someone who enjoys keeping himself fit and taking part in various sports and challenges, he has personal experience of injury and the rehab process, therefore can empathise with his patients. Consequently Paul specialises in end-stage-rehab, pushing his patients back to, and beyond their previous levels of function and achievement.
Dan qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2010 and began his career in the NHS, working as a junior rotational physiotherapist. This role allowed him to gain a wide breadth of knowledge across many specialties, each of which has helped to shape his practice. He has used these skills over the last 9 years to assess and treat his patients holistically. Dan has worked in both in and out-patient settings and more recently working as the outpatient clinical lead at a private hospital in Leeds.
Dan has a special interest in lower limb injury and rehabilitation, particularly in patients following orthopaedic or musculoskeletal surgery and injury. He enjoys working closely with patients before their operations, educating them post-operatively and then guiding them through their rehab to return to sport/function. Dan also works as part of the Nuffield Health Leeds Sports Medicine and Injury clinic where he works alongside a sports medicine consultant to assess, treat and rehabilitate patients of a variety of abilities.
In his spare time he is a competitive middle and long distance runner, and uses his understanding of human movement and his own training experiences to help optimise his patient's daily function and athletic performance.