Sue Pearson Chartered Physiotherapist

About the Practice

Welcome to Sue Pearson’s Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Practice; Sue is registered with the Health Professions Council.

Sue established her practice in 2004 and has since developed an excellent reputation for treating a wide range of musculoskeletal disorders. Sue’s practice delivers the highest level physiotherapy service and treatment can be either at the Practice or in your own home or even at your work place. Sue has excellent communication links with local GP’s, consultants and other healthcare professionals to ensure you receive the best possible care.

Sue is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy MCSP and is registered with the Health Professions Council HPC which ensures strict adherence to professional guidelines. She is also a member of the Organisation of Chartered Physiotherapists in Private Practice OCPPP, Physio First and of the ACPSM - the Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine. Sue offers a friendly, professional and highly experienced service with flexible appointment times so that time off work is kept o a minimum.

The philosophy of the practice is to provide patients with the tools necessary to facilitate recovery from their condition by providing hands-on assessment and treatment. Sue takes time to explain each patient’s condition to them in layman’s terms and has a keen interest in patient education.

Sue is a recognised provider of physiotherapy treatment to most major healthcare companies.


I can highly recommend Sue as a Physiotherapist, I have been treated by her for the last 6 months following a serious accident, in which I broke both elbows. Sue is a kind, caring and compassionate individual. Her treatment and encouragement has enabled me to regain the use of my arms. She has kept me going through the challenges I have had to face. My rehabilitation would not have been so successful without her dedication and skill.

Karen Powell, Priorslee, Telford



Sue Pearson graduated from The Middlesex Hospital, a large teaching hospital in central London, as a Chartered Physiotherapist in 1985.

Sue has worked extensively in the NHS gaining experience in outpatients, orthopaedic surgery and rehabilitation and has worked closely with Orthopaedic consultants in a direct referral Sports Injuries clinic. She has worked in the private sector for the last 22 years treating musculoskeletal conditions and also worked in Industry as part of a team providing an ‘on-site’ physiotherapy service.

Sue has also worked closely with Linda Alcock, a highly skilled and respected physiotherapist, for many years until Linda retired in 2011.

Sue is committed to continuous professional development and attends regular courses and updates. She has a keen interest in pre and post-operative knee surgery and also in triathlon having treated many runners, cyclists and swimmers. Sue loves the problem solving that musculoskeletal physiotherapy presents and particularly enjoy explaining conditions to patients so that they fully understand their condition and are able to help themselves as much as possible.

Outside work, she spends her time with her family and many hours on the sidelines of the rugby and hockey pitches! Sue loves getting out on her bike, walking the dog and trying to keep up with her three teenagers!


I have been seeing Sue for about five years for regular treatment to help the constant pain I experience in my back and shoulders, which is due a condition I have had since birth. At every appointment Sue is always incredibly positive, supportive and lovely, which makes physiotherapy sessions much more enjoyable!

Sue treats my pain with a combination of hands-on massage, ultrasound treatment, hydrotherapy and muscle-strengthening exercises that I also do at home in between physiotherapy appointments. Before consulting Sue, I had never seen a physio who was able to treat my condition and relieve me of pain, and for this reason I trust her entirely. I would definitely recommend Sue to anyone who is seeking high-quality physiotherapy care and treatment.

Sallie Humphreys, Newport, Shropshire

Treatments and Services

Physiotherapy is a healthcare profession concerned with function and movement which can help to overcome injuries and disease.

It can help to promote and optimize the healing of muscular and skeletal injuries by identifying the cause, restoring normal painfree movement, and improving the body’s own natural healing mechanisms.

Many injuries may result from sport, but can also be caused by gardening, housework, DIY, workplace and leisure activity, stress and strains.

Initial assessment

Your initial assessment will take 45-60 mins. Following a detailed history taking and physical examination, a diagnosis will be made - this is the key to providing a speedy and effective solution to your muscle and joint problems. Treatment will begin at your first appointment.

Conditions commonly treated

  • Back and neck pain
  • Whiplash
  • Back pain/ Sciatica
  • Shoulder Pain - frozen shoulder and rotator cuff injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Swelling and stiffness in the joints
  • Strained and bruised muscles
  • Osteoarthritic knees
  • Pre and Post-op Rehabilitaion
  • Ankle sprains/ Achilles tendonitis
  • Hamstring or calf muscle injury
  • Shin splints

Please phone if you would like to discuss whether Physiotherapy may help your condition.

Sue offers prompt assessment and treatment. She deals directly with most Private Healthcare companies and can carry out home visits if required.

For treatment of neurological conditions such as Parkinsons, Stroke and Multiple Sclerosis please contact my colleague Andrea Williams at


What People Are Saying

We are proud of the service we offer; it makes us very happy when we hear about how we have improved someone’s wellbeing.


My family and I have all received physiotherapy treatment from Sue Pearson over a period of many years. This has included treatment for our severely disabled daughter, who has cerebral palsy, and for my husband following major knee surgery. Also regular rehabilitation for our sons following biking injuries and subsequent surgery!

Sue’s physiotherapy has always proved to be of the highest standard at all times and she is very highly regarded by all family members. She has an excellent medical knowledge allowing her to both diagnose and treat the various problems we have presented her with.

In addition to her very clear natural ability as a physiotherapist, Sue also has a lovely personality which we all agree has been hugely important to reduce the stress and aid recovery following surgery.

Dr Joanne Hopkins

I first engaged Sue on returning home following a serious ski accident and emergency re-constructive knee surgery in France. We started on what turned out to be over a 2 year journey. Due to the seriousness of my injury progress sometimes seemed slow but Sue always kept me going - setting new goals and always working on new, inventive, treatments and exercises. Having been an athlete for many years I desperately wanted to get fit again - I felt too young to be an invalid. At the 6 month point I saw my NHS consultant who thought my progress was good and not much more could be expected. Sue did not agree and we returned for a second visit. Sue attended with me and made the case for further treatment. Sadly the NHS was not convinced - I could walk - and work - so the pain and immobility was fine by them.

Undeterred, Sue stepped up the regime and put me in touch with a private specialist. Sue was absolutely convinced we should not give up and that I could have a much better recovery. The private specialist agreed and I had further surgery (covered by medical insurance). Sue then again stepped up the physio and pushed me to the limit (and beyond some days). 13 months after the accident Sue had made my leg strong enough to enable me to join the gym. 4 years later and I rarely need to see Sue now - I'm running again, boxing 2 or 3 times a week and am probably fitter than I was 20 years ago.

The recovery sounds quite simple but it wasn't. Sue added so much more than 'just' her professional Physiotherapy skills. She didn't just treat the injury - she treated me as a patient and a whole person. On the days when I wanted to give up she gave me the spirit and the energy to keep going. Not only this but she helped support my family too by talking about my progress, what to expect, and things they could do to help (all with my knowledge and permission of course). I truly believe that if Sue had not pushed me to pursue the level of recovery I have, I would have believed the NHS doctors, and given up, barely able to bend my leg. My recovery has been long and very hard work but Sue was with me every step of the way. I cannot commend her professionalism, her support, her hard work and dedication to her patients enough

Alan Martin, Newport, Shropshire

I have known Sue Pearson for over 10 years - initially meeting through our local running club. My husband is an avid fell runner and has called upon Sue’s expertise many times! Without her advice and treatment I would never have got round my first ever marathon in 2007.

Sue is a highly trusted physiotherapist. You always do as she says – Sue knows best! She is understanding, thoughtful, encouraging and caring at the same time as giving exceptional diagnosis and treatment.

Sue is a true professional and I carry her cards with me always ready to recommend her.

Heather Hogan, Newport, Shropshire

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Sue is friendly and professional. If you would like to know if physiotherapy can help you please to do not hesitate to get in touch.


Sue Pearson MCSP
Chartered Physiotherapist
10 Chetwynd Rd
TF10 8HJ

T: 01952 825897


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