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Emma Marsh MCSP HCPC BSc (Hons)

Director & Clinical Lead Physiotherapist

Fellside Physiotherapy's Director and Chartered Physiotherapist Emma Marsh
Fellside Physiotherapy Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
Fellside Physiotherapy Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Fellside Physiotherapy Physios in Sport

Chartered Physiotherapist and HCPC registered; Emma has focused her professional attention on providing high quality care within Sports Injuries and Musculoskeletal (MSK) Conditions.

Emma has worked in healthcare for over 10 years. Working both in the UK and abroad, with experience in the National Health Service (NHS), private care, event work and in international elite sport with the Scott Physiotherapy TT Team, at the Isle of Man TT (@scottphysio_ttteam)

Originally from North Yorkshire, Emma moved to the beautiful Fells of Cumbria, to set up home. The Lake District and surrounding area has always had a very special place in her heart. Along with her husband and cocker spaniel, the three of them are often found climbing the crags, walking the local fells or taking a dip in the lakes.

Emma maintains a wide interest in all areas of MSK and sport injuries;  she is passionate about education and helping students develop their skills. Emma also regularly attends conferences, lectures and courses.

This means, as a client of Fellside Physiotherapy, you are receiving the best, up to date, evidenced based assessment and treatment.

Kirsty Docwra MCSP HCPC BSc (Hons)

Associate Physiotherapist Practitioner in Womens Health

Fellside Physiotherapy Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP)
Fellside Physiotherapy Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)

As a Chartered Physiotherapist and HCPC registered; Kirsty joined Fellside Physiotherapy as our Associate Physiotherapist Practitioner in Women’s Health.

Kirsty graduated from Sheffield Hallam University in 2006, since then she has worked in a variety of Musculoskeletal outpatient settings including the NHS and Private practice.


Kirsty’s area of clinical expertise lies in treating musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, including pregnancy related back and pelvic pain. She also specialises in pelvic floor muscle dysfunction, including symptoms of vaginal prolapse and bladder weakness in females. Kirsty recently advanced her practice by completing a course in menopause management, provided by Positive Pause and the POGP. Kirsty is passionate about helping return ladies to a full and active lifestyle.

Kirsty lives with her husband, 3 children and springer spaniel. If she gets any spare time, she enjoys walking, exploring and paddle boarding around the Lake District.