Exciting News: Three additional physios join our team!

Mar 6, 2017

We are delighted to announce that three additional physiotherapists have joined our team!  Due to the constant expansion of Chapman Physiotherapy, we have been looking to recruit experienced musculo-skeletal physiotherapists to add to our service provision at the Doncaster branch.  As a result we are now able to introduce Dan Smith, David Bailey and Matt Kirk as our newest members of the team.  Here’s a bit more about them:

Dan Smith

Dan qualified with a first class degree in physiotherapy from Sheffield Hallam University in 2014. He has since worked in the NHS, progressing through the ranks and gaining a full-time role in musculo-skeletal out-patients.  He has additional skills in weight management.  He is interested in manual therapy.  Dan is joining us to enhance our evening service offering appointments on Monday and Friday evenings.

David Bailey

David qualified in 2005 and has worked for Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals throughout his career as a physiotherapist.  He has initiated the creation of a spinal pathway and led on training and development.  He has experience of working in professional sport (football) and has excellent manual therapy skills.   David also has experience of occupational health and ergonomic work and is trained in Maitland manual therapy.  Outside of physio, David is a keen football coach working with the juniors at Bessacarr Football Club.  David joins us on a Tuesday and Wednesday initially.

Matt Kirk

Matt studied at the University of Bradford qualifying as a physiotherapist in 2008.  He has worked at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals ever since, gaining extensive experience in musculo-skeletal out-patients.   Matt has also trained in neuro-linguistic programming and Maitland manual therapy.  In his spare time, Matt enjoys running up to half marathon distance and undertaking DIY projects! Matt will be available on Wednesday and Thursday.

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