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Daniel Gabrielson - Physiotherapist and Owner


Dan began his working life as a footballer at Everton FC before signing for Wigan. During his footballing years Daniel spent a lot of time in the Physio room and this is when he first became interested in physiotherapy. 

Daniel qualified from Salford University in 2007 with a first class honours degree in physiotherapy and commenced work for Wirral NHS as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist. Dan has worked with numerous sporting professionals throughout his career and is currently physiotherapist at Southport Football Club.

Anna Gray - Physiotherapist

Anna graduated from the University of Manchester with  BSc(Hons) Physiotherapy in 2004. She spent 5 years working at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen NHS trust, covering core Physiotherapy rotations. Going on to Specialise in Musculoskeletal conditions she has worked in triage, fracture clinics and outpatients treating complex patients.
She then moved into the private sector working in a private hospital and in private clinics.
Experienced in treating all bone and joint conditions she also regularly works in a ward Orthopaedic setting treating post operative patients.

Anna is qualified to treat Female Pelvic Conditions and has completed advanced study with the Pelvic, Obstetric and Gynaecological Physiotherapy Society. Trained in Acupuncture with 14 years of experience she can help with management of both acute and chronic pain.
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Sue Rosin-Sport Masseuse 

Sue is a registered Sports Massage Therapist and a member of the Federation of Holistic Therapies.  Before joining the team, she has worked independently in Formby and has extensive  experience in pre/post event massages as well as restorative and rehabilitative massages.  


Sue has worked with a wide range of athletes and helps them to stay in peak condition; She helps clients suffering with acute or chronic pain from repetitive strains caused by manual work.


Sue uses a variety of techniques such as trigger point therapy, soft tissue release, dry needling and dry cupping as well as facilitated stretching to support the massage. 

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