Understand your body more so you come and see me less

Injury recovery massage therapy to get you back to your best and expert aftercare to help prevent injury again. 


“I’d tried other spa-type massages but Sandra is a lot more professional than those. She has a deeper understanding of the body and muscles and sorted my shoulder pain.”

Aidan Savage

Salesperson, 20+

Important: Physio first, recovery second. 

You need a physio’s assessment before we can work together. As amazing as the NHS are, seeing a private physio will have you on the mend much faster. 

Here’s a physio I’ve trusted with my own injury rehab.

Cathryn Clark

Cathryn Clark



I am an experienced Physiotherapist in the North East.

As a North East Physio I have a track record of effectively assessing, diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal injuries and issues.

You will find that I am focused on delivering a personal, professional approach. In other words this enables you to achieve your goals and enjoy life again. 

My career started as a Junior Rotational Physiotherapist at the Freeman Hospital, Newcastle upon Tyne. Following this I moved to the University Hospital of North Durham in 2003. Here I specialised in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.

In 2009 I moved to North Tyneside Hospital where I specialised in spinal problems and Primary Care. I was based within two GP practices. At the same time I started as a part-time Associate Physiotherapist in a private practice in High Heaton, Newcastle upon Tyne. In 2012 I went full time. 

In 2021 it was time for a new adventure. I left the practice I was working in to set up my own practice.

You can visit my website and book an appointment with me here: https://ccphysio.co.uk/   

After you’ve finished your physio appointments, come back to me and I’ll help with your recovery. 

What will we do?

After your physio appointments, we’ll get to work to target and treat the direct source of your pain. 

We’ll work on any muscle scarring and knots to give your muscles their flexibility back, relieving the pressure on your joints and bones.

This regular maintenance work aims to keep you pain-free and prevent recurring injuries.

How does it work?


Step One

Book yourself in for a 30-, 45- or 60-minute session

This gives you the flexibility to make your massage work around your working day or your other time or budget considerations.

Step Two

Fill out the online consulation form to tell me a bit about your history

I’ll email you the form or you can fill it out yourself online. Filling it out beforehand means I can safely perform your massage and maximise the time we have on the day.

Step Three

Enjoy your massage therapy.

Before we get started, we’ll find out how you’re feeling to make sure nothing has changed since you filled out the consultation form.

Step Four

Leave feeling better than when you arrived

We’ll have targeted your key pain areas, working the muscles to undo knots and relieve tension on your joints.

Step Five


If you repeat the same behaviours that led to your pain, you’ll not get better. It’s why I’ll give you stretches to perform or tips on how to avoid the same pain happening again in the future. 

What massage therapies will we typically do?

I’ll use a blend of three/four techniques in our session to target and ease your pain. Click below to learn more about them.


30 minutes
45 minutes
60 minutes

Massage Memberships

One-off massages may temporarily help your pain, but they’re no replacement for regular massages – that’s why I offer massage memberships (at discounted rates).