Our Team

The Cambridge Physiotherapy Clinic is run as a partnership by Martin Callingham and Anne–Marie Melloy.

Each member of our team is an experienced chartered physiotherapist.

Martin Callingham Grad.Dip.Phys., MCSP.

Martin joined the practice in 1991 having previously been Deputy Manager of Addenbrookes Physiotherapy Department. He has extensive expertise in all areas,but a particular interest in shoulder rehabilitation and soft tissue and sports injuries.

Anne–Marie Melloy Grad.Dip.Phys., MCSP.

Anne-Marie qualified in 1980 and initially worked at Addenbrookes Hospital for several years before working abroad in Canada and the Middle East. Joining the practice in 1995 she is experienced in all areas of musculoskeletal injuries. She has a particular interest in knee and ankle problems, occupational health issues and vestibular rehabilitation.

Christiana Heinz MCSP.

Qualifying in Germany with a diploma and state exam in Physiotherapy, Christiana treats all musculoskeletal conditions, but has a particular interest in backs and core stability. She is trained in Pilates and offers "one to one" sessions.

Emma Birkby BSc., MCSP.

Emma qualified in 1995. She has previously worked at the National Orthopaedic Hospital,Stanmore and within private clinics. Her areas of expertise include rehabilitation of neurological conditions and the treatment of headaches and migraines.

Conor Gallagher BSc.,MCSP.

Conor works with us part time, providing evening appointments. He holds a senior position within Addenbrookes outpatient department and is also studying for his Masters in Physiotherapy. He holds a clinical specialist Physiotherapist position at Addenbrooke's hospital and is also studying for his Masters in Physiotherapy.

Tom Porter Tom Porter MSc., MCSP., MMACP

Tom has wide ranging clinical experience and interests, including management of back and neck pain and sporting conditions. He is a member of the MACP, a group of physiotherapists who have undertaken extensive post-grad study to reach a recognised standard of excellence in neuromusculoskeletal physiotherapy. After completing a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2004, he went on to gain a distinction in an MSc in Advanced Manipulative Physiotherapy in 2014. He received a national award for his research into sports injury prevention which was published in 2015. When not working at The Cambridge Physiotherapy Clinic he works as a spinal specialist in a neurosurgical team.

Abbreviations

  • Grad.Dip.Phys ( Graduate Diploma in Physiotherapy)
  • MCSP ( Member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy)
  • MSc (Master of Science)
  • MMACP ( Member of Manipulation Association of Chartered Physiotherapists)
  • BSc ( Bachelor of Science)

Our areas of expertise include: Orthopaedics, Sports injuries, Neck and Back problems, Occupational related injuries- including RSI, Headaches and Post-operative rehabilitation.