Meet The Team
Janey BOSKER - Rehabilitation Therapist - Manchester
Janey is a Rehabilitation Therapist who graduated from the University of Hull in 2015. She has 8 years experience in the Health and Fitness Industry and also works as a personal trainer and fitness class instructor. She has a particular interest in nutrition and strength training.
Janey joined the CPPG team in 2017 and works at our Manchester clinic. She has previously worked in private practice and professional rugby in the North of England, and additionally does pitch side work with a local rugby team.
Janey uses a holistic approach to therapy, including advising on lifestyle factors in addition to injury rehabilitation and sports massage. She strives to provide the support people need to achieve their goals.
In her spare time, Janey enjoys surfing, cooking and travelling, when she’s not in the gym.
Sean CARROL - Physiotherapist - Glasgow
Sean graduated from Glasgow Caledonian University with a First Class BSc (Hons) degree in Physiotherapy and was awarded Top Overall Student and Best Research Project. He has gained clinical experience abroad at the University of Queensland Musculoskeletal and Sports Injury Clinic and has since worked in Hamilton Academical and Queens Park Football Academies.
Sean is currently completing his PhD in peripheral vascular associated pain, and works at our Glasgow Clinic.
Sean believes in having an “always learning attitude”, and is passionate about providing up-to-date and evidence based treatment, as well as helping to empower people toward resilience over reliance with injury.
When not working on his thesis or in the clinic, Sean enjoys strength training, boxing, football and spending time with friends and family.
Rebecca DOYLE - Physiotherapist - Newcastle
Rebecca Doyle graduated from Teesside University in 2018 with a BSc (Hons) Degree in Sports Therapy and Rehabilitation.
Rebecca’s physiotherapy approach is focussed on supporting and facilitating her patients who are dealing with musculoskeletal injuries, by reducing their pain and guiding them back to their pre-injury health and lifestyle. She is based at our Newcastle clinic.
Since graduating, Rebecca has gained experience working in various clinical settings including specialist Massage and Injury Clinics, Exercise and Rehabilitation, as well as Aquatic Rehabilitation.
Rebecca has specialist experience in pitch side first aid, having gained her RockDoc Level 1 in Functional Movement Taping. She has worked with Stockton Rugby Club providing initial assessments and prescribing rehabilitation programmes for players who have acute sporting injuries.
Outside of work, Rebecca finds balance by swimming, going to the gym, travelling and spending time with her family.
Newcastle clinic details.
Luke GRIFFITHS - Physiotherapist - Manchester
Luke studied Sports Rehabilitation at the University of Bolton and graduated in 2016. Since then he worked in multiple sports environments, including football and rugby league from amateur to professional level. This included providing specific rehabilitation programmes alongside soft tissue therapy.
Since joining the company in 2017, Luke has worked with chronic injuries, using education and exercise prescription to treat patients and inspire them on their way to a healthier, more active lifestyle! Luke works at our Manchester clinic.
In his spare time, Luke enjoys resistance training in the gym, spending time with the dog and socialising with friends.
Georgina GUNNER - Physiotherapist - Bury St Edmonds
Georgie trained as a gymnast until the age of nineteen and after experiencing many injuries and physiotherapy treatments herself, decided to pursue a career as a physiotherapist. She trained at Essex University, whilst working as an assistant physiotherapist throughout her training. After completing her physiotherapy training, Georgie chose to specialise in musculo-skeletal (MSK) rehabilitation and Occupational Health physiotherapy and began working for RehabWorks physiotherapy in Bury St Edmunds.
She has had further training in Sports Massage and Manual Therapy for the shoulder, lumbar, cervical and thoracic spines.
Georgie enjoys exercise and a balanced lifestyle, regularly partaking in swimming and weight training, yoga and Pilates.
Georgie works in our Bury St Edmunds clinic on Monday mornings and Thursdays afternoons.
Josh HUTTON - Physiotherapist - Rotherham
Josh qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2012 from University of Huddersfield after competing at the British Nationals as a short distance swimmer.
Since complete his degree, Josh joined the team at our Rotherham clinic in 2013 and has worked within Occupational Health and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Services. He has an interest in chronic condition management and is currently involved in our service development.
Outside of work, Josh enjoys playing tennis and golf with friends and family, along with being a frequent attendee of the local gym.
Caroline LEIGH - Physiotherapist - Manchester
Caroline qualified as a Physiotherapist from St Georges, University of London in 2015. In addition, she also has Bachelor’s Degree in Biomedical Science.
Since joining the company in 2015 she has worked across the NHS, Private and Occupational Health services. Caroline uses a mixture of exercise and manual therapy within her treatment and has a Diploma in Sports Massage and is also Acupuncture trained.
Having recently moved to Manchester in 2018, Caroline currently works in Occupational Health and Private Physiotherapy services. In her spare time Caroline is a keen runner and enjoys strength training in the gym.
Caroline works at our Manchester, Trafford and Stretford clinic.
Sam PETERS - Physiotherapist - Bury St Edmonds
Sam graduated from St Mary’s University with a degree in Sports Rehabilitation in 2015. Since graduating he has worked in private, sports and occupational health settings, treating a wide variety of patients.
Sam has a keen interest in using exercise to improve the outcome of patient injuries but also improving their lifestyle within a Biopsychosocial approach.
In his spare time Sam enjoys going to the gym, playing all types of sports as well as spending time with friends and family.
Zoe POTTINGER - Physiotherapist - Birmingham
Zoe graduated from St Mary’s University Twickenham with a Degree in Sport Rehabilitation and has since worked in occupational health, mainly focusing on exercise prescription and education sessions.
She has previously worked with Harlequins rugby club, Aldershot Town FC, AFC Wimbledon Youth Team, Leicester City Girls Development Team and Moseley Rugby Club delivering rehabilitation, massage and pitch side assistance.
Zoe has a keen interest in weightlifting, powerlifting and athlete development which drives her to continue her research and gaining knowledge on how to better increase performance and prevent injury. Zoe is based at our Birmingham Clinic.
Outside of work, Zoe likes to play netball, work out in the gym, watch sport, read and spend time with her family and friends.