Physiotherapy 2

Physiotherapy for Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy 1

Exercises & Stretches

Physiotherapy 3

Chronic Pain Management

Physiotherapy 4

Mobilisation & Manipulation

Our Physiotherapists - Milton Keynes

Alex Huntly

BSc (hons) MSc (Sports Med) HPC reg MCSP

alex HuntlyAlex Huntly is a highly qualified and experienced physiotherapist with a long-standing involvement in the treatment of sports injuries. He is an active sportsman himself and has represented England as a member of the National Tae Kwon-do Team.

Since graduating from his Masters degree in Sports Medicine, he has worked in both the NHS and private healthcare sectors. In this he has worked with geriatric populations and for BMW on work-related injuries. In addition, he is the designated physiotherapist for the current England Futsal Squad.

Alex's approach is that people are individuals and therefore need individualised programmes for the fastest and longest-lasting recovery. Patients' whole make-up and situation need to be carefully considered before embarking on a solid route to improved health.

 Alex is registered with the Health Professions Council (HPC), a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP), and Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP).

Alistair Greethan

Physiotherapist, MCSP

portrait-alistair-greethanAlastair Greetham MCSP has been a Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists for over 30 years. He was trained in the military, working mainly in the area of orthopaedic rehabilitation, where he had the unique opportunity of working with a young, fit population who needed to return to activity very quickly.

His interests in sports and movement led him to study many different disciplines and specialise in movement and posture-related problems. His interest in learning led to training in hypnosis and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Alastair's interest in the mind/body connection has led him to explore the relation between state and movement. He is currently applying this to the field of movement and posture for presenters. He is trained with Polestar Pilates Education to use Pilates exercise in the therapeutic environment and is currently working to develop techniques that unite his different areas of interest to enhance healing and performance ability. Alastair is a Principal Educator for Polestar, and has led Polestar courses extensively in the UK, Spain and throughout Asia.

Henry Clarke

BSc (Hons), MCSP, AACP

Henry is an enthusiastic and skilled physiotherapist who enjoys treating a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions. He understands the importance of keeping up to date with current research to ensure patients are receiving the highest quality of care.

Henry qualified from the University of Liverpool with a first-class degree. During his time at university he worked in many different NHS and sporting environments. Henry completed a placement with Northampton Town Football Club gaining valuable knowledge about the management and rehabilitation of various acute/chronic sporting injuries.

In his spare time, Henry keeps very active partaking in a number of sports including rugby, tennis and football. He is also a keen skier and regularly attends the gym.

He uses a number of treatment modalities including manual therapy, exercise therapy, acupuncture and electrotherapy to reach patient centred goals.

He is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC), the Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists (AACP) and a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists (CSP).

Emily Pike


Emily PikeEmily is the Blackberry Clinic Groups' Lead Practitioner. She is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist with extensive experience working with people of all ages in a variety of settings. She has recently completed a Masters degree in Advanced Physiotherapy, which has enhanced her specificity in diagnosis and effectiveness of treatment programmes. Emily is one of a small number of Physiotherapists nationally who study to this advanced level.

Emily believes that in order to be successful in treating a person's symptoms, a holistic, person-centred approach is required, assessing and treating the body as a whole. Emily utilises a variety of techniques to achieve this, including manual therapy, exercise therapy, acupuncture, electrotherapy and pilates.

Emily's specialist interests include chronic pain management and ergonomics, having completed further postgraduate training in these areas.

In her spare time, Emily enjoys yoga, pilates and spinning classes.

Jackson Ryan

P.T., D.M.Sc.

Jackson web copyJackson qualified as a Physical Therapist in 1978 with a special interest in sports related injuries. He completed a diploma in Manipulative Science in 1992, with an emphasis on joint mobilisation.

Treatment techniques used consist of deep tissue massage and joint mobilisation with specific stretching regimes. Taping and rehabilitation are also used to treat sports related injuries.

Jackson worked for a number of years in Ireland for football and athletics clubs. Since then, he has worked in Belgravia Osteopathic and Acupuncture Clinic in London and Milton Keynes Sports Injury Clinic, before it became known as the Blackberry Orthopaedic Clinic.

He is also sports therapist to Marshall Milton Keynes Athletic Club, Stony Stratford Town F.C. and Wolverton Town F.C.