Here at "Treatments" we work as a team!  So here we all are, with a little bit of background info about each of us, and what each of us do at the clinic

Sue Boardman BA(hons)MBAcC LicAc HNDSpTh STA
Clinic Owner - Sports Therapy - Traditional Acupuncture - Holistic Therapies
Hi, I'm Sue and I own and run Treatments.  It has been a childhood dream of mine to own my own clinic, and so I am very proud of Treatments and all of my team for making it what it is today.  After graduating from Staffordshire University with a HND in sports therapy in 1998, I went on to gain my degree in Traditional acupuncture in 2002.  Since then I have built up my client base and slowly expanded over the years.  During that time I co-founded Hands on Health, on West Street in Leek, where my business has been based until 2015.  Now due to the business needing to expand further I have decided to move and rebrand to larger premises.  Since having my children I have also studied some holistic therapies, and I really enjoy treating my patients with these.  I enjoy meeting my patients and I enjoy the variety of symptons and conditions they present with, it makes my job very interesting.  I also spend some time on reception when our receptionists' are not in.
HND - Sports Therapy
BA(hons) - Traditonal Acupuncture
Licentiate in Acupuncture
Diploma - Hot Stone Massage
Diploma - Hopi ear candles
Member of the British Acupuncture council and the Sports Therapy Association
Hazel Mycock BA(Hons) VTCT
Sports Therapy & Sports Massage

Hazel completed a Physical Education Degree at Manchester Metropolitan University and gained Qualified Teacher Status, she taught PE and Biology up to A Level. She then went on to complete Sports Massage/Therapy Training with the VTCT and has been working in practice for 5 years. She has annual professional development which includes ultrasound and electrical therapies, strength and conditioning and advanced pitch side trauma and defibrillator training.

She enjoys working with everyday problems in clinic but also getting people back to playing their sport. Hazel has played many different sports up to a high standard and currently plays hockey for Leek Hockey Club and at Midlands level. She is a keen runner, having run a marathon and plans for future endurance runs. She also works for many local sports teams including Leek Cricket Club, Leek CSOB Football Team and Leek Hockey Club.

Elizabeth Sherratt BSc(Hons)
Sports Therapy & Sports Massage
Lil carried out her Sports Therapy degree at Worcester University and carried out her work placements at Treatments in Leek and with the Hockey Mens and Ladies 1st teams at Worcester University.
She completed the advanced pitch side trauma course and defibrullator training as well as ultrasound, electrical therapies and mobilisation techniques.
She won a scholarship during her course for having a great attitude and consistently improving her grades.
Lil played regional Netball and has a keen interest in Cricket where she provides massage and injury support to Oakamoor Cricket Club.


Paul Rowley - new member details to follow



Karina Essery VTCT
Sports Therapy & Sports Massage

Hi I’m Karina, I have treated clients from all walks of life including athletes, dancers, actors, stunt performers, horse riders, housewives and the retired.

It was my own accident which prompted me to study sports massage/ sports therapy and I believe that anyone no matter their age deserve to have quality of life and stay active and fit.

I am a member of the sports massage association and committed to continuing professional development in order to stay current with changing techniques and procedures.

Some of the courses I have completed are electrotherapy, kinesio taping, vocal massage and spinal mobilisation.

You will find that I’m a caring and empathetic person who is committed to improving my clients lives by helping to reduce stress, pain, tension and promote relaxation.

Amanda Holdcroft - Receptionist

It's our job to keep patient files and the clinic diary up to date, making sure the treatment rooms are neat, clean and tidy and ready for use by the practitioners and making visitors welcome at the clinic.

We're also the ones you’ll probably speak to if you phone the clinic or pop into reception to make enquiries or appointments, we’ll try and help with any questions you might have.