Neil Sullivan is the Clinical Director at Burton Physiotherapy and Spinal Centre. He is a Chartered Physiotherapist and Graduate Sports Therapist with a wealth of experience working in the Professional sporting arena, and holds a Masters Degree in Advancing Practice from the University of Birmingham. Neil spent more than 16 years in professional football as the Head Physiotherapist for Oxford United FC, Peterborough United FC and for 8 years at Derby County FC. Neil also has Premiership Rugby experience, providing Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation consultancy to Worcester Warriors Rugby Club. Neil has a special interest in Spinal and Pelvic conditions and an extensive knowledge of Musculo-skeletal and Sports Injuries.
Cameron Nind first completed his BSc in Sports Therapy with Rehabilitation in 2013. This led him onto completing his MSc in Physiotherapy at the University of Birmingham in 2016.
Over the past 7 years Cameron had worked in a variety of different sporting and clinical settings treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal and neurological conditions. He also spent time working at Derby County FC working with the academy and first team under Neil. Beside this he also held the position of Head Physiotherapist at Semi-professional team Basford Utd FC.
Cameron also spent time as therapist for Pro-continental cycling team – Team Raleigh working in Europe and the U.K. He also has a keen interest in knee pathologies, especially ACL rehabilitation.
Cameron is passionate about the restoration of Classic VW’s and has his beloved 1969 Savannah Beige VW Beetle. Additionally, he enjoys cycling, spending time socialising and watching football.
Siân graduated from the University of Nottingham with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy in June 2020. Since then she has been working at Burton Hospital covering a mixture of Trauma & Elective Orthopaedics, respiratory patients and more recently Rheumatology outpatients.
She has a keen interest in musculoskeletal conditions and is particularly interested in furthering her knowledge of pain management.
In her spare time, she enjoys long walks in the countryside, any form of exercise, watching football & seeing friends and family. A spot of shopping & cake doesn’t go unappreciated either.
Lizzie graduated from the University of Brighton in 2011 and has worked solely in private clinics across Leicestershire.
She has developed a wide range of manual therapy skills and she specialises in the assessment and treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.
She uses a range of techniques including soft tissue techniques, joint mobilisations, Mulligan’s techniques and acupuncture.
Aaron Frazer-Morris – BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP HCPC
The newest member of the Physiotherapy team. Aaron trained at the University of Nottingham and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Physiotherapy.
Since graduating Aaron has gained a wealth of experience in injury prevention and accelerated rehabilitation with elite level athletes as well as developing a holistic approach to patient centred care, in a private setting.
Aaron has worked with professional football players at Burton Albion Football Club, as well as Skiers, Mountain-bikers and Triathletes in Queenstown, New Zealand.
Aaron’s philosophy is patient empowerment. He believes that with the correct education, guidance, treatment and self-management plan, even the most complex or chronic conditions can be overcome.
Tom Whittamore graduated from University of Nottingham in 2013 and began working at Derby County as an Academy Physiotherapist. Undertook and completed a Masters in Exercise and Sports Medicine (Football) in 2018 at the University of Birmingham. Joined Mansfield Town as Head Physiotherapist in the same year. Special interest in ankle injuries and currently working towards a diagnostic ultrasound qualification.
Emma graduated from Coventry University in 2015 with Bsc(Hons) in Physiotherapy. Since this she has gained a wide variety of experience in many different settings; including musculoskeletal outpatients with adults and children as well as trauma and orthopaedics. She has experience with a wide variety of musculoskeletal and orthopaedic conditions from the acute stage through to rehabilitation and back to function.
Emma has completed her personal trainer qualifications, where she has a special interest in sports rehabilitation and nutrition.
In her spare time she enjoys going to the gym, running, climbing and travelling.
Pete Graduated from the University of Hertfordshire with a 2:1 degree in Sports Science in 2012. During this time he gained valuable experience as an Intern at Watford FC and the English Institute of Sport. As UKSCA Strength & Conditioning Coach, he went on to work as a S&C Coach at Loughborough and Nottingham Tennis Centre and Nottingham Trent University. In 2013 Pete qualified as an ITEC Level 3 Sports Massage Therapist and has been in his current role as Lead Soft Tissue Therapist at Derby County Football Club since 2015, where he worked alongside our Clinical Direct Neil and our Senior Physiotherapist Cameron.
Pete’s skill set is vast and varied with many additional soft tissue modalities. In his spare time, Pete enjoys Hotpod Yoga, Calisthenics, Travelling and Festivals.