Martha Richardson

Head Physiotherapist & Practice Owner, Member of Chartered Society of Physiotherapy

Martha opened Ambulant Physiotherapy Ltd in January 2005 and she has put a lot of hard work and energy into making the practice the success that it is today. The clinic offers physiotherapy appointments six days a week.

Martha graduated from Coventry University in 1997. She is a chartered physiotherapist and has broad knowledge and experience from several NHS hospitals around England, and has been specialising in the musculo-skeletal field over the last 7 years. She partakes in postgraduate courses to continue her professional development, to maintain a high level of knowledge, and also to learn new treatment techniques. Recent courses include updates in acupuncture, muscle energy techniques, kinetic control and Swingbuster®. Martha frequently works with a wide variety of patients and has extensive knowledge of how best to treat a range of injuries.

Andrew Gough

Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist, BSc, HCPC Registered

Andrew Gough qualified from Keele University in 2004. He has since worked as a physiotherapist within East Lancashire NHS Trust and Blackpool Teaching Hospital NHS Trust. 6 years ago, he progressed from the level of Clinical Specialist to gain the role of an Extended Scope Physiotherapy Practitioner. He has advanced skills in Diagnostic investigations, and both the assessment and treatment of Musculoskeletal pathology. He has a particular interest in Spine, shoulder, hip, and knee pathology.

Andrew is trained to Masters level and is highly trained in The Physiotherapy Field. He has assisted in the training of other physiotherapists and Health care professionals on The Masters Scheme at UCLAN. In 2018 he was awarded ‘Blackpool Gazette Therapist of the Year’ for his NHS work in the Fylde area.

Andrew has a wide experience in the management and treatment of all joints of the body. He has – treated athletes involved in swimming, running, mixed martial arts, rugby, cricket and football. He has previously worked for Redbull with their X-Fighters in London and Mixed Martial Arts and Thai Boxing events.

Anamaria Cernaut


Anamaria qualified as a physiotherapist from University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Iasi, Romania in 2012. During a 2 years Master degree in Rehabilitation at University of Romania she worked in a private practice as a physiotherapist part time and consolidated her knowledge.

In 11 years experience in clinical practice, her treatment philosophy includes using manual therapy to restore joint mechanics followed by muscle retraining and motor control strategies to correct movement dysfunction. She provides individualised, one-on-one treatment and develops exercise programs geared towards the level and goals of the patient.

Anamaria has a passion for helping people, while empowering them to contribute to their own healing. She takes the time to find the root of a person’s problem, and then together with them, creates a plan to address the immediate concern as well as enhance daily living after rehabilitation and prevent reoccurrences.

Luke Bussey

Physiotherapist and sport injuries specialist

I worked in professional football for 11 seasons working in all 4 professional leagues. Including 2 Wembley promotion winning teams. From football I moved into the NHS working for 3 years at the Specialist Mobility Rehabilitation Centre (SMRC). My role there was primarily working with amputee military veterans assisting in their recovery and rehabilitation to walk, run and compete again. I currently work as the Lead Physiotherapist for Outpatients, Trauma and Orthopaedics at RPH and CDH alongside my time at Ambulant Physiotherapy.

Outside of work I enjoy football, triathlons and spending time outdoors with my family.

Lea Miller

Cranial-Sacral Therapy and Complimentary Therapy Worker, CST-MCSS Cert Ed

Fully registered and qualified in Cranial-Sacral Therapy and Complimentary Therapy, with over 20 years experience.

Registered with G.R.C.C.T., I.T.E.C., A.O.R., F.H.T., Embody, C.N.T.h.C., offering a wide range of therapies to support you in working forwards to a more healthy and happier you!

Stephen Bunting

Specialist MSK Physiotherapist, Injection Therapist and Interventional Sonographer, MSc | BSc (hons) | PgCert | MMACP | HCPC

Stephen trained at the University of Liverpool School of Physiotherapy, graduating with honours in 1997. He has since been in full time NHS employment specialising in musculoskeletal disorders in 2001. He currently works as an ‘Extended Scope Practitioner’ for Blackpool Teaching Hospitals in their MSK service.

Since qualifying, Stephen has undertaken various post graduate training courses. He gained membership of the MACP (musculoskeletal society of chartered physiotherapists) in 2002 and completed a Master’s Degree in 2008. He then completed his training as an injection therapist in 2010 and as an independent non-medical prescriber in 2015. He is also a qualified MSK Sonographer and uses diagnostic ultrasound to aid patient examination and to provide image guided injections. Stephen has lectured and examined for the University of Liverpool, Manchester Metropolitan University and the University of Central Lancashire. He has extensive musculoskeletal experience but has a particular interest in disorders of the hand and wrist.

Stephen joined Ambulant Physiotherapy in 2018 as our injection therapist. He is able to provide image guided joint and soft tissue injections for a wide variety of musculoskeletal problems.

Glyn Harris

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) & EDMR Therapy (Eye Movement Desensitising and Reprocessing)

My name is Glyn Harris and I am an experienced BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Therapist practising in the North-West of England. On my days off I like to climb and cave. The latter sports have given me an excellent understanding of fear, anxiety and panic, how to control the latter and this has proven to be a valuable asset when treating anxiety disorders with CBT.

I am also a registered mental health nurse and I have several years of experience working in a variety of roles within the NHS and the private sector.
I like to look at therapy as a journey, an adventure, with a real possibility of new beginnings and finishing in a better place than where you started.
I work for the NHS as a High Intensity Cognitive-Behavioural Therapist and also work at Ambulant Physiotherapy.