Miss Sophie Tucker

Physiotherapist

BSc (Hons)


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I joined Spire Manchester in April 2021. I am a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist, who graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017. I also gained first-class honors in Sport Rehabilitation in 2013.

I am a keen runner, mountain biker and golfer and have played high level tennis for club and county. I also have particular interests in all sporting injuries and athlete screening.

I have experience working with Bolton Wanderers’ International Academy, amateur rugby union at Altrincham Kersal RUFC, (2013-2017), and Stockport RUFC (2017-2020).  

I am a fully qualified ergonomic trainer and have experience in previous roles where I used this qualification to support workforces with new process development.

I am an avid motorsport enthusiast and offer a specific motorsport athlete screening and physiotherapy service within the department.

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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Miss Sophie Tucker at Spire include:

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Physiotherapy

BSc (Hons) / Manchester Metropolitan University / 2017
Bachelor of Sciences