Mat Rudd(16).pngMy name is Mat

I work as Physiotherapist in a clinical setting with the NHS and in private practice, sharing my week between both. I specialise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy in the community setting. I enjoy playing football, going to the gym and playing golf with friends. I have a keen interest in exercise and how this can be used to support physical and mental health. 

Dan.jpgMy name is Dan

My early training and work involved treating sports injuries in both recreational and elite athletes.  I subsequently qualified as a physiotherapist in order to help a wider range of people with varying pains and complaints, which I am fortunate to do in my current role as a Senior Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist for LCHS. I am particularly interested in lower limb tendon rehabilitation and the role of mental health in pain and functional restrictions. Outside of work you’ll usually find me running or cycling, either competitively or just to the nearest café/pub.

Dom.jpgMy name is Dom

I work as physiotherapist in Lincoln and Welton. Specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy since leaving university with an interest in the lower limb, the benefits of strength and conditioning, and exercise on both injury rehab, and prevention. Outside of work I play football, and enjoy running and the gym.



Kevin.jpgMy name is Kevin

I've been a Physiotherapist for over 15 years and worked initially at Louth County Hospital before moving to St Hughs Hospital. I've worked for LCHS since 2021. I have a strong background in Sport & Exercises having attained a first-class honours degree in Sport & Exercise Science before completing a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. I enjoy cycling in my spare time.

Peter McAdam Physio.jpegMy name is Peter

I work as a physiotherapist, specialising in musculoskeletal practise. I started my undergraduate degree in Sport & Exercise Science, whereby, I initially wanted to pursue a career in Strength & Conditioning before undergoing a Physiotherapy masters degree. Outside of work I like going to the gym, playing piano, and creating educational content for my YouTube channel.


Maxine Physio.jpgMy name is Maxine

I joined LCHS in 2016 as a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist and have since developed a special interest in Pelvic Health. I enjoy teaching yoga and pilates based exercises as part of a treatment plan and how posture and breathing can affect pain. When not working, I am busy playing with my two children, my two cats, or watering my many houseplants.



Maneesha.jpgMy name is Maneesha

I am a passionate physiotherapist with strong focus on musculoskeletal practice. My journey in physiotherapy has been driven by a deep-seated commitment to enhancing the quality of life for my patients through targeted rehabilitation and therapeutic interventions. Beyond my work life, I find immense joy in exploring new places, Kerala mural painting, and travelling through history and different cultures.