Having qualified in Remedial Gymnastics and Recreational Therapy in 1977 in Cardiff specialising in applied anatomy, human kinetics and rehabilitation through exercise Martin then studied at Manchester for 2 years enhancing his knowledge and skills and developing manual therapy and electrotherapy techniques.
He worked in Leicester before returning to Staffordshire where he practised at a busy NHS out patients department and was the physiotherapist for Port Vale FC for 4 years.
Martin has extensive experience in the treatment of orthopaedic, sports and musculo skeletal conditions and has developed a special interest in movement impairment syndromes, muscle imbalance, clinical neurodynamics, cervico-genic dysfunctions/headaches, chronic pain and arthritic conditions and gym rehabilitation.
Having graduated from the University of Nottingham Peter has returned to the Potteries to continue to develop his skills and expertise in the musculo-skeletal field of physiotherapy. He has a passion for gym rehabilitation, sports injuries, Compex therapy, acupuncture and dry needling (for myofascial trigger points).
Peter also specialises in the assessment and treatment of, hip, knees and ankles and has a special interest in shoulders – injuries, impingement, frozen shoulders, post op rehabilitation, isokinetic testing and biomechanics.
Always looking to expand his knowledge base Peter is currently completing his Masters in advanced physiotherapy.
Having graduated in 1991 from Coventry, Mike has a vast amount of experience having worked within the NHS, for national and international companies and local sports clubs.
He has a passion for sports medicine and has experience working alongside British team athletics, elite golfers and cricketers. He has a hands on approach to physiotherapy and promotes education and injury prevention as his motto. Whilst he also uses acupuncture as a treatment modality Mike has a special interest in muscle imbalance, body control pilates, connective tissue massage and kinesiology taping.
A keen sportsman, Adam, having gained a sports science degree from Loughborough, then completed his Physiotherapy degree and has spent the last few seasons working at a Premiership Football club. During this time he has gained first hand experience in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of young adults and elite sportsmen working along side other experts and expanding his knowledge with the latest innovative protocols and evidence based treatments such as fascial scraping, release, and soft tissue therapy.
Adam has a special interest in sports injuries specifically lower limb injuries and tendinopathies. He thrives on rehabilitation using his strength and conditioning knowledge and exercise therapy to ensure the best possible outcomes.
Adam is a qualified acupuncturist and uses this alongside other modalities in his treatments.
Pilates Instructor/Sports Massage Therapist
Gaynor has a Foundation Degree in Complementary Therapy and a Level 3 Matwork Pilates Instructor and Posture Analysis. She has been working alongside the team at Lakeside for the past few years since commencing her Pilates Classes.
Gaynor works closely with the physiotherapists in providing bespoke exercises in both class and individual settings. She compliments this with her sports massages and general massage therapy.
Whilst individual sessions can be booked at Lakeside Clinic, classes are held at various times throughout the week at Bradwell Community Lodge.
If you require any information please just contact us and we can forward on her details to you.
Registered Members of The Health & Care Professions Council
Martin Copeland MCSP Dip. RG & RT
Mike Honey B.Sc. (Hons) MCSP
Peter Copeland B.Sc. (Hons) MCSP
Simone Copeland MCSP Dip. RG & RT
Adam Copeland B.Sc. (Hons) MCSP B.Sc (Hons) Applied Sports Science
Sarah Light B.Sc (Hons) MCSP M.Sc Physiotherapy