In Peak Health

Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinics

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Allison Louise Winterbottom BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP, MAACP


Clinical Director at In Peak Health and lead Physiotherapist

Having studied at Huddersfield University for her degree in Physiotherapy (qualifying in 2000), Allison initially worked in the NHS for five years before taking over of The Coverley Clinic in September 2005. In December 2007 Allison expanded the practice into Ryley Mount Consulting rooms (Hazel Grove) and from August 2009 Allison has had the third clinic which is in Glossop. Continuing her education in the ever-changing field of physiotherapy, Allison regularly attends post graduate courses on relevant topics, recent courses having included acupuncture, sacro-iliac (pelvic) dysfunctions, and biomechanics. Outside of work Allison is a keen horse rider, she owns one horse and competes at one day events, Dressage and Showjumping. Allison also works specially with horse riders with a good understanding of the biomechanics and demands of the sport assessments of this kind can make a massive difference to a horses way of going. Allison has a general interest in all other sports. This fuels her interest in sports injury rehabilitation. Allison is a mum of one – Henry, born in November 2014.

Jill Claire Harrison BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy MCSP

Jill Jill is an associate Physiotherapist at In Peak Health and graduated from Manchester University in 1997 with an honours degree in physiotherapy. In 2004 Jill joined Greater Manchester Police as a Neuromusculoskeletal Extended Scope Physiotherapist and in 2007 was appointed Manager of the Physiotherapy service. The role included sports injuries as well as work-related injuries, occupational health and ergonomic workplace assessments. She maintains her professional development by regular attendance of post-graduate courses. Outside of work Jill is a keen sportswoman, having played Premiership rugby, representing Lancashire and the North West in national competitions. She now enjoys going to the gym, camping and walking. During the last ten years she has been team physiotherapist to a number of club and representative rugby teams, which has enhanced her interest in sports injury rehabilitation.


Daniel I am original from Northampton, I initially completed a degree in sport and exercise science before training as a physio in Newcastle. My background before physiotherapy was in rugby, as a physio I have a range of experience in the public and private sector along with local sports teams. More recently I have been based either on tour with a range of ballet and musical theatre companies or on Harley street in London. I love to use a range of manual techniques and exercise to get people back moving fast. My interests away from work revolve around sport and growing, cooking and eating a large variety of sometimes exciting dishes.