Occupational Health

Mark Leather Physiotherapy

Work Related Injuries

Regardless of their profession, any individual can develop work-related injuries. Whether a role is sedentary, manual or repetitive, it is difficult to completely avoid injury. However, with our assistance the risks can be reduced.

We can offer our patients ergonomic assessments to address such work-related issues. This would involve a site visit and subsequent review of your work station or area, with observation of work-related tasks which are vital to your job. Aspects of your occupation which can be altered include:

  • Chair dimensions and suitability
  • Desk and desk equipment layout/suitability
  • Lifting techniques and posture
  • Workload management

A subsequent report can then be completed detailing our observations, as well as any recommendations we may have to help reduce pain and restriction at work. You are directed to our 'DSE Assessment' tab at the side of the page to find out more.

We Are Recruiting!

We are currently looking for self-employed clinicians and clinics in various locations nationally including; County Durham, Teesside, Sunderland, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cumbria and the Midlands amongst others.

Please contact us for further information.

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What our
clients say.

  • Mark Davies

    Mark worked with me one to one throughout my cruciate ligament knee injury and got me through my time injured and also helped me develop physically and mentally for 10 months, it was a pleasure to have worked with such a great professional and a good man.

    Mark Davies

  • Josh Vela

    One of the best I've worked with. I had been out with a cartilage tear for around 6 to 8 weeks, my rehab was fantastic and I came back much fitter much stronger and a better player.

    Josh Vela

  • Jan Mølby

    I was handed over the our new Physiotherapist Mark Leather. Although it was a lot harder, I enjoyed being with him rather than the lads.

    Jan Mølby

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