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Who we are

Moyra Barnes

Bsc (Hons). MCSP Msc Manual Therapy HPC AACP.

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Moyra qualified as a Physio in her home country of Ireland in 1992. She worked for a couple of years, and then packed her bags for New Orleans where she worked in a Private Hospital for a year and a half. She then returned to North Wales, married a Welshman and has worked here since.

Moyra has 18 years experince in treating musculoskeletal injuries/problems both in the NHS and in private practice. She is a great all round musculoskeletal physio and specialises in lower limb and spinal problems.

She has worked as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist in the NHS for the last 9 years, and has played a huge role in developing the musculoskeletal service. She is also involved in the training of junior staff in the NHS.

Moyra has lectured at the Sports Science department, University of Wales Bangor and advises on research topics.

She completed a Masters degree in Manual Therapy in 2007, and is a qualified acupuncturist.

Moyra grew up taking part in athletics and surrounded by team sports (of the Irish variety!) playing both Camogie (ladies Hurley) and Gaelic football. She still gets asked to treat many injuries when she goes home. Since coming to Wales she has a keen interest in rugby and tensions get high in her house when Ireland play Wales.

Siobhan Jones

Bsc(Hons) Msc Manual Therapy MCSP HPC AACP.

Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist

Siobhan qualified from the Manchester School of Physiotherapy in 1999, she worked for the NHS for a couple of years, then went travelling to South Africa. She got a job in the Bedford Orthopaedic Hospital, Umtata, where she worked alongside some amazing people.

She returned to the NHS in North Wales for a number of years before deciding to up sticks and head to Perth Western Australia, to study for a Masters in Manual therapy, where she worked in hospitals and private practises in Perth. Then came back home to North Wales to work in the NHS and private practice.

Siobhan has worked as an Extended Scope Physiotherapist for the past couple of years, and is also a qualified acupuncturist. She gets quite enthusiastic when shoulder and spinal problems come through the door! She works as a shoulder specialist physiotherapist in the NHS.

Siobhan has also lectured in the Sports Science department, University of Wales Bangor and is involved in the training of student and junior physios in the NHS.

Siobhan loves living in North Wales and all that comes with it! She can be spotted on the Straits in her open boat, and looking rather scared on her recent bouldering adventures!

Rachel Langford

Bsc(Hons) MCSP. HPC Post Grad Dip.

Specialist Neurological Physiotherapist.

Rachel looks after the neurology side of things. After qualifying in 1998 she soon realised her passion for working in neurology and that’s where she has been for the last 10 years. Working largely with people who have Multiple Sclerosis or Post Stroke, as well as many other neurological conditions has given her an in-depth experience of this speciality. Attending, organising and occasionally speaking on various courses and conferences also helps keep her as up to date as possible with the latest treatment approaches for neurological conditions.

In addition to her physiotherapy role she has also been a manual handling trainer for most her career training up to 200 staff annually. She feels quite passionately that unpaid carers, often family members, may be in need of advice, encouragement and support when looking after loved ones who need physical assistance as much, if not more than employed carers. Her experience in this area means that she is able to provide training and advice as well as problem solve specific situations, whether for individuals or corporate training.

Jo Lee

Bsc(Hons) MCSP. HPC

Specialist Physiotherapist in Women’s Health

Jo qualified as a physiotherapist in Bristol in 1999 and has worked for the North West Wales NHS Trust since then. For the last five years she has specialised in Womens Health Physiotherapy. She is very passionate about her work and she is currently the lead Womens Health Physiotherapist in North West Wales. She is a member of the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Women’s Health and is active in the All Wales branch of this organisation.

Jo: “When I’m not working, I am a busy mummy, making things out of coloured paper and toilet paper rolls, looking after our ever growing menagerie of animals and training for 5k and 10k fun runs.”

Sue Roberts

Grad Dip Physio. MCSP. Cert Ed. Grad Dip Exercise & Nutrition

Specialist Physiotherapist in ongoing pain problems