Stephen Gillman

BSc, MISCP

Qualified from Manchester University with a BSc Physiotherapy 1st Class Honours degree in 2010.
Stephen Gillman BSc, M.I.S.C.P.

Qualified from Manchester University with a BSc Physiotherapy 1st Class Honours degree in 2010.

Stephen then started his career working within the NHS and with Manchester City Football Academy.

After 5 years, Stephen went traveling and worked in New Zealand for a year in a Private Physiotherapy clinic in Auckland.

Special Interests
Stephen is also a clinical acupuncturist as well, having trained under Dr. Chris Norris, an established Acupuncture author. He has also gained post-graduate experience in Anatomy In Motion (AIM), Advanced Sports Massage, and Neuro-Kinetic Therapy (NKT) assessment and is committed to his own clinical progression.

He feels strongly about attaining the correct diagnosis and then planning out the most holistic treatment for his patients. He has Pilates accreditations with the Australian Physiotherapy Pilates Institute.

Sports Physiotherapy with Sports Teams
Whilst working with Manchester City Football Club Academy and the Women’s Team, Stephen worked with young footballers and professional ladies. He has worked at both National and International tournaments with the club also.

Stephen has experience working alongside Killeagh GAA, Inch Rovers GAA, Sale Sharks Rugby Club, Burnage Rugby Club, Great Britain’s Olympic Taekwondo, Irish Olympic athletes, and Auckland Grammar Rugby & Soccer Teams.