Apex Clinic staff

Rebecca Nelson

Apex Clinic staff

Rebecca graduated from Manchester University in 1991. She initially worked as a physiotherapist for the NHS and left this area to work in a Sports Medicine Clinic in New Zealand. While in New Zealand for 6 years, Rebecca successfully completed a specialist postgraduate diploma in manipulative physiotherapy, which is a hands-on approach to treatment, through the University of Otago.

She returned home in 1998 and started Apex Clinic & Apex Headache Clinic. In 2009 she completed the Masters of Manipulative Physiotherapy through the University of Otago, New Zealand. Her thesis was on the physiotherapy treatment of nerve pain from the spine.

Rebecca has developed and continually enhanced her own unique regimes of specialised manual physiotherapy techniques for treating: Spinal Problems & Nerve Pain from the Spine; Headaches/ Migraines; Vertigo/ Dizziness; TMJ or Jaw problems; and Tinnitus from her vast experience of over 30 years of successfully treating these conditions. She has also extensively trained all the physiotherapists at Apex Clinic & Apex Headache Clinic in her treatment regimes as well as lecturing externally.

Since 1998 she has been a part time lecturer at the University of Ulster, Jordanstown on the physiotherapy treatment of spinal problems, nerve pain, headaches, migraines and vertigo currently at a Masters level. She also lectures privately around the UK and Ireland to qualified physios who want to further their skills in the treatment of these dysfunctions. To our knowledge she is the only private Spinal & Headache, Migraine, Vertigo Physiotherapy Specialist in the UK and Ireland who specialises in treating these conditions.