Our Team

Mr Shaun P Kelly

Head of Clinical Services

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Specialising in Musculoskeletal Medicine, Biomechanics, and Podiatry; Shaun has served over 20 years in the Royal Navy Medical Services he brings a wealth of knowledge to the practice.

Trained as a Podiatrist prior to leaving the Royal Navy he has continued with Post graduate education and specialises in Sports Biomechanics and Musculoskeletal Conditions/Injury. Shaun is also a qualified teacher and ensures that all his team are kept up to date with recent developments in healthcare through in house training and external lecturing. In his spare time he loves to travel (once a Sailor always a Sailor).

Mrs Julie Kelly

Sports Massage & RehabTherapist

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Specialising in Sports and Remedial Massage and Sport Injury Rehab, Julie has worked for many years in the industry of health and wellness.

She is a personal trainer and is passionate about healthy lifestyles. She brings a wealth of knowledge to the clinic. An avid tennis player she has represented her local club for many years. She enjoys travel and family when not at work. To book appointments with Julie just give her a call and she will be happy to assist.

Dr Daniel Bunstone

General Practitioner

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Dr Bunstone is our private GP, he qualified from Liverpool University in 2002. He completed 3 years in surgical training before undertaking training as a General Practitioner.

After completing GP training Dr Bunstone has worked as a GP since 2008. He also works as Chair of the Warrington Clinical Commissioning Group and is committed to improving the future healthcare for people. He also works for the professional Boxing Board (BBBofC) as both a ringside doctor, but also undertakes annual medical exams for fitness to box. In his “spare” time he regularly competes in Olympic distance triathlons. Dr Bunstone competes regularly in triathlon and other endurance sports. He enjoys both boxing and golf, and also spending time with his young family. It is through working closely with sports professionals and having first hand experience of rigorous training that Dr Bunstone has developed a specialist interest in both sports and musculoskeletal medicine. He is passionate about health, and trying to find solutions to health care needs that don’t simply resort to medication.

Mrs Catherine Kennedy


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Catherine is a physiotherapist, bringing a wealth of knowledge having worked in the NHS for 10 years. She has also worked for premiership rugby teams but these days stays away from the muddy pitches.

In her spare time she enjoys yoga, writing and spending time with family.

Mr John Warrington


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John joins our expert team as our counsellor. A full member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. (MBCAP).

John brings a wealth of knowledge both personal and professional to our practice. He is available to see the following at our clinic. Children Young people Adults Older adults Couples Families Groups Organisations Employee Assistance Programme "Being a Counsellor really is a vocation and it is, of course, a privilege". "I relish everyday, the opportunity to listen to all my clients, immersing myself in their lives and providing them with the space to be heard. I can relate to many of the issues facing the people I counsel and can create a rapport with all age groups, from Children & Teenagers to the Elderly with an emphasis on empathy, warmth and humour. I have worked in numerous environments where being unpretentious, relatable, having an appropriate sense of humour and being genuine, were essential. I'm passionate about counselling being accessible to everyone who wants to access it and I relish the opportunity to listen to people and provide a confidential and safe environment for them to do so. I offer a respectful, empathic, accepting, caring, confidential and supportive environment for you to talk, and in turn I will listen to you. Counselling doesn’t have to be complicated – it can be made simple".

Mrs Sarah Turner


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Sarah is a registered Accredited Member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy). Bound in its Ethical Framework for Good Practice in Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Trained in Integrative Counselling with Humanistic Values and experienced in adult individual therapy as well as facilitating group therapy. Specialising in Dialectical Behaviour Therapy which is mindfulness based form of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy benefiting those who suffer from emotion regulation difficulties. This form of therapy can help those with chronic feelings of anxiety, depression, anger issues and relationship problems. After an initial assessment we will ascertain the best type of therapy for your needs and formulate a personalised plan of how to proceed. How can counselling help? People choose to have counselling as they are suffering some form of psychological distress, for a multitude of reasons:- • Sometimes the reason is very specific e.g. a life changing event such as bereavement, broken relationship or trauma. • Other times people don’t really know what is wrong but just have a sense they don’t feel “right” and want to get back to their old selves again. • Sometimes people have struggled all their lives with overwhelming feelings and want to sort it out once and for all. • Hearing your own voice aloud, sharing your thoughts and feelings with another human being with a genuine desire to understand, is in itself therapeutic. • Together we can explore what brought you to therapy and as the process unfolds we can discover how your life experiences have brought you to this point. • Rather like a jigsaw puzzle, it is possible to piece together your life experiences and recognise patterns in behaviour. • Validation of your feelings can aid the healing process from unresolved internal conflict. • Gaining insight and self-awareness brings greater understanding and choices. • We can discover resources within you, you didn’t know you had and identify hidden obstacles you never knew were restricting you. Therapy is not something the counsellor does to you, but like a lot of things, you will get out of it what you put in. For this reason, it is not a sign of weakness to seek counselling rather than an act of courage. Taking charge of your well-being is something to be proud of. It’s not a quick fix but depending on your objective and given adequate time can be extremely powerful. What Next? Contemplating seeing a counsellor can be daunting. If you are concerned about talking and stirring up unpleasant feelings, the fact you are reading this suggests those feelings are already with you. Please feel free to contact us confidentially by phone or email, where we can answer the questions you have, and hopefully put your mind at ease. There is no obligation to make an appointment if you need more time to consider it. You may have already decided you are ready to arrange an assessment session, in which case, please contact us to make an appointment.

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