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Our Team

Meet our friendly team of physiotherapists

Treatment Prices

Each treatment is 50 minutes and is priced from £38. During this time our aim is to get you back to your best. Our Therapists will treat injuries, pain, discomfort and tension using a combination of techniques and skills. We will work with you to prevent injuries occurring, assess your posture and structural alignment and prescribe exercises to ensure you stay in good shape.

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Danny Barnes

Clinic Director

Danny Barnes

Clinic Director

Danny is our Clinic director here at SB Sports Massage & Rehabilitation and during his time here he has had the pleasure of working with the New Zealand Netball Team during their tour of the UK in 2017, treating some of Britains top athletes such as Bradley Wiggins and former world no.1 squash player Laura Massaro. As well as his clinical work, Danny has also worked with Wigan Athletic Football Club, providing match day pitch side first aid, player injury management and rehabilitation.

Danny's main passion outside of work is golf and he plays off a handicap of 9!! This Golf knowledge has also helped him with his treatment of many local golfers.

Ben Hampson

Sports Rehabilitator

Ben Hampson

Sports Rehabilitator

Ben graduated from the University of Salford with a first class honours degree in Sports Rehabilitation in 2019. He has always had a passion for helping improve people’s lives and loves going to the gym, experimenting with different training methods and exercises which gives him a wide array of exercises to use during the rehab process. During his degree and since graduating Ben has done placements at various elite sporting clubs such as Wigan Warriors, Salford Red Devils and has gained valuable experiences at private clinics across the North West treating a diverse array of injuries.

Rachael Harris

Sports Therapist

Rachael Harris

Sports Therapist

Rachael is one of our sports therapists based out of our Roundhay clinic. During her degree she has experience working in the Leeds Beckett University Injury and Massage Clinic treating a variety of musculoskeletal injuries. Rachael has also attended various sporting events such as the 'Great North Run' and the 'London Half Marathon' providing injury advice and massages to participants. In the past, Rachael has had sporting experience working with two different local rugby teams: Bradford Bulls Rugby League First Team and Yorkshire Carnegie Rugby Union Team. At the clubs, Rachael was in charge of taking foam rolling sessions, leading small groups through prehab, stretches and exercises whilst also attending pitch side training. As well as this she has also worked with Leeds United Girls RTC during which she was able to attain the award in FA Level 2 in Emergency First Aid in Football (EFAIF).
Outside of Rachael's clinical work she has a strong passion towards the sport of tennis representing Leeds Beckett University for the past three years and before her time at University she represented Cumbria tennis team for seven consecutive years.

Rhys Burton

Sports Therapist

Rhys Burton

Sports Therapist

Rhys is a graduate from Leeds Beckett University with Upper Second Class Honours in Sport and Exercise Therapy. As one of our dedicated therapists at our Roundhay practice, Rhys prides himself on delivering a quality, personalised service that both reduces a patient’s pain, whilst also setting them goals to prevent any reoccurrence. Rhys has gained extensive experience at the Leeds Beckett University Injury clinic, Sheffield Wednesday Football Club, Leeds Rhinos and Tropic 7’s Rugby Club. 

Alongside his work at our Leeds clinic Rhys is also working as a valued member of Hull City Football Club’s Academy medical team, Yorkshire Carnegie DPP and Harrogate RUFC, working pitch side and delivering weekly clinics for all age groups. Through time in these sports worlds, Rhys has handled a high volume of both acute and traumatic shoulder, knee and ankle injuries. Additionally, Rhys has acquired Intermediate Trauma Medical Management in Football qualification from the FA at St. Georges Park in 2019.

Personally, Rhys is a lover of all sport (with Welsh involvement). He’s an avid runner and cyclist; in previous years being a 400/200m sprinter and rugby player, up to county and national level. Rhys toured New Zealand in 2017 following the British and Irish Lions.