Practicioners //

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Stuart Evans | LCSP


​Physiotherapy, Massage

Stuart gained his diploma in Remedial Massage at the Northern Institute of Massage in 1986. He then started in practice at Clarendon Clinic and continued his studies by completing courses in Advanced Massage and Manipulative Therapy. 


Early in his career he gained experience at two other osteopathic clinics and received further training at the Oxford School of Osteopathy. 


With over thirty successful years in practice, Stuart has gained a vast range of experience in the treatment and management of muscular skeletal injuries and symptoms, following a holistic approach. 


Stuart is a member of the L.C.S.P. Register of Remedial Masseurs and Manipulative Therapists. 


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Steven Tinning | FNAMMT, SST


Physiotherapy, Sports Therapy, Massage

Alongside Stuart Evans, I am Partner and co-owner of Clarendon Clinic and I have 15 years of experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions.

I was awarded Fellowship of the National Association of Massage and Manipulative Therapists (FNAMMT); being only the second Fellowship awarded by the governing body after the founder. I served as a board member of NAMMT for several years and continue to act as a consultant. I was on the board of the Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC) for two-years, as representative for remedial massage in the UK. I am a full member of the prestigious British Society of Sports Therapists.

I am qualified in Spinal and Joint Manipulation, Advanced Remedial Massage, Sports Therapy,  Electrotherapy and many different physiotherapy techniques.

When a patient comes to me I believe that the most important thing is to treat the cause as well as the symptoms of the condition and I assess and treat conditions holistically. I see dozens of people every week and consider it an honour and a privilege to do so.  I never make a patient attend for treatment more than needed. I love my work and enjoy the challenge of every treatment.

It's often noted by the patients that Clarendon Clinic is like a family. Every member of the staff is longstanding and from the partners, reception staff, massage therapists and associated practitioners; all patients are treated with the very best of care and understanding.


Ben Haugh | BSc TCM, MSc CHM, MBAcC, MRCHM


​Acupuncture, Chinese Medicine 


Ben has practiced Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in Manchester since graduating with a degree (BSc) from Salford University in 2002 and then a masters degree (MSc) from The Northern College of Acupuncture in 2006.

Since 2004 Ben has run a clinic offering Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in Manchester from the Clarendon Clinic in Swinton.

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Natalie Tinning | 


Massage, Pilates, Rehabilitative Breast Cancer Exercise, Women's Wellness Exercise, Thermo- Auricular Therapy


Since qualifying as a Remedial Massage Therapist at the Northern Institute of Massage 7 years ago I have worked at Clarendon Clinic and every day I continue to learn from treating our patients and the knowledge and expertise of Stuart and Steve.

I am keen to help patients using assessment and treatment to assist in pain, injury management and rehabilitation, I have come to understand each individual’s journey from pain and dysfunction back to normal movement and a life with little or no pain.

I am pleased to have been able to get excellent results using a combination of my skills and experience. Often the clinic's patients are referred to me following their treatment program for Pilates based instruction 1on1, to further increase their strength, stability and mobility leading to improved fitness and quality of life.

I am a Certified Rehabilitative Breast Cancer Exercise Specialist and am especially proud to teach The Pink Ribbon Program, which is a post-operative, Pilates-based, recovery program; developed by a survivor for survivors to help regain mobility, and improve strength and posture. It uses the principles of Pilates exercises and focuses on shoulder mobility and strength to reduce pain and improve function. It can really help regain confidence and improve well-being.

Exercise post cancer has been shown to greatly improve quality of life and this program is often the first step towards returning to normal exercise.

The Program is usually taught over 6 weeks, either 1:1 or in small groups but can be adapted as necessary. It is equally suitable for recent survivors and those whose surgery was some time ago but who have failed to recover full mobility.

I am a fully qualified Women’s Wellness Exercise Specialist and enjoy helping women with a range of issues from pre and post-natal problems such as symphysis pubis dysfunction (SPD) and diastasis recti (abdominal separation) through to menopause and osteoporosis.

I am also a qualified Thermo-Auricular Therapist (also known as Hopi Ear Candling), which is a relaxing, complementary therapy that aims to help symptoms associated with the ear, nose and throat. Those who may benefit include those struggling with:

• migraines

• hay fever

• anxiety and stress

• post flying and driving pressure

• swimmer’s ear

• asthma

• vertigo

• yeast infections

• colds and flu

I particularly enjoy working with older or housebound people helping to improve mobility and function through massage and exercise and have a special interest in Stroke Rehabilitation.

I am available for clinic or home appointments: Monday’s, Tuesday’s and Friday mornings. On Wednesday’s and Thursday’s I work for the Clinic.

Mobile: 07710004460

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Karen McEvoy | 


Massage, Reflexology, Reiki

I have worked for Clarendon Clinic for the past 8 years as a Remedial Massage therapist. 

I am also a qualified Swedish, Sports, Aromatherapy and Pregnancy Masseuse 

Foot Reflexologist also practicing Lymph Drainage, Reflexology for Fertility and Pregnancy and Baby Reflexology.


Reiki practitioner.


Reflexology is a holistic therapy that treats the whole person, not just the symptoms that they may be experiencing. Following illness, stress, injury or disease, the body is usually in a state of “imbalance”. Vital energy pathways are blocked, preventing the body from functioning effectively. Feet are a “minimap” of the body and by applying pressure to the reflexes, a reflexologist may support the body to heal itself. The aim of reflexology is to encourage the body to work naturally to create a state of “Homeostasis” – a balancing of the body. 

Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is administered by "laying on hands" and is based on the idea that an unseen "life force energy" flows through us and is what causes us to be alive. If one's "life force energy" is low, then we are more likely to get sick or feel stress, and if it is high, we are more capable of being happy and healthy. 

The word Reiki is made of two Japanese words - Rei which means "God's Wisdom or the Higher Power" and Ki which is "life force energy". So Reiki is actually "spiritually guided life force energy." 

A treatment feels like a wonderful glowing radiance that flows through and around you. Reiki treats the whole person including body, emotions, mind and spirit creating many beneficial effects that include relaxation and feelings of peace, security and wellbeing. Many have reported miraculous results. 

Reiki is a simple, natural and safe method of spiritual healing and self-improvement that everyone can use. It has been effective in helping virtually every known illness and malady and always creates a beneficial effect. It also works in conjunction with all other medical or therapeutic techniques to relieve side effects and promote recovery. 


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Carole Brown | 



BA (hons); NAMMT (RM)Remedial Massage Therapist

Carole qualified as a Remedial Massage Therapist at the Northern Institute of Massage in January 2015 and provides remedial massage for health, well-being and recovery from injury.

Remedial massage is an effective healing treatment which involves manipulating the muscles and soft tissues of the body in order to reduce tension, increase flexibility and promote balance in both body and mind.

It aims to alleviate aches and pains using a range of massage depths and pressures, increasing blood flow to muscles and helping the lymphatic system release and rid the body of toxins. The massage traces the discomfort as far as possible to the original cause, aiming to heal the origin of the problem and not just the symptoms. It can be performed as part of a broader treatment plan recommended by the physiotherapists, or it can be used as a treatment by itself.

By inducing a relaxation response, remedial massage therapy can lower your heart rate, breathing rate and blood pressure, plus it has been proven to boost the immune system and decrease the physical effects of stress.

It focuses on realigning deeper layers of muscles and connective tissue and is especially helpful for chronic and tense areas such as stiff necks, lower back tightness and sore shoulders.

Conditions that may benefit from remedial massage include:

Muscle tension
Neck and shoulder pain
Back pain
Tension headaches
Stress, anxiety, insomnia and depression
Sports injuries, sprains and strains
Post-operative rehabilitation
Planter fasciitis
Leg muscle cramps
Common work-related injuries and more . . .

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Jana Mikulova | 




Hello, my name is Jana, I graduated from Salford university in 2011 and worked in the NHS and private sector since. I specialise in exercise therapy having completed numerous qualifications in Pilates and Yoga, Personal Training and also Sports Massage. I am very passionate about health, exercise. I believe the physical body and mind are connected therefore I incorporate various treatments to find a solution to my patient's health issue.

Christine Kenyon | 



Christine has been receptionist at Clarendon Clinic for over 20 years.

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Christine Allardyce | 



Christine has been receptionist at Clarendon Clinic for over 15 years. Christine joined the clinic in October of 2006 where she is one of two part -time receptionists.

She works the latter end of the week whilst her colleague (the other Chris) works the early part.

Some of her main duties include greeting the patients as they enter clinic, answering the phone to diarise patient appointments, receiving payments and dealing with administrative duties involving maintaining patient records etc.

Christine's working like started out as a sales ledger/credit control clerk at a small regional catering supplier in Salford.

As the company expanded into a much larger international concern (Bidvest Group) she became a credit control supervisor heading up a small team of credit control/sales ledger clerks. She was responsible for managing and the recovery of multi-million pound debts and creating and maintaining hundreds of customer accounts.

On some occasions she would visit customers along with company representatives to resolve queries and agree payment for outstanding debts from business owners and directors of companies alike.

Following centralisation of the credit control functions to an office in Merseyside, Christine then moved into the Finance Department based in the Salford depot where she became a Financial Accounts Assistant reporting ultimately into the Finance Director. 

In the summer of 2006 and following 30 years of service, Christine decided it was time for a change and looked to adopt a more flexible work/life balance. 

In her spare time Christine enjoys her holidays, especially in the past decade visiting the South of France on many occasions, is an avid tennis fan and enjoys social ballroom dancing as well as walking her adorable black labrador, Missy.

Julie Tinning | BACP



I practice an integrative method of counselling based on the person-centred, non-judgemental approach. This therapeutic model allows you to discover your own way to a more contented and satisfying life.


I am a member of the BACP and work within the Ethical Framework. This includes on-going Professional and Personal Development. I attend therapy workshops and courses and attend regular supervision.


I work from comfortable, private therapy rooms in Sale M33 and Swinton M27, close to good transport networks.

Mobile: 07949 555665



Tracy McCadden | BSc (hons) Psychology, Dip.Couns, MBACP


CounsellingHypnotherapy , CBT and Coaching/Supervision

I am passionate about supporting and empowering men, women and young people who are struggling in their every day lives for one reason or another. Life can often be tough but talking this through and finding a new perspective can make all the difference and lead to a happier and healthier outlook on life.


I have been a private therapist since 2009 offering a range of therapies dependent upon the client’s preferred way of working and have also provided counselling support within the NHS, Women’s Aid, and Homestart UK.”


I cover a wide range of difficulties and specialise in individual relationship difficulties/abuse/narcissism as well as anxiety and depression and am ASIST trained in order to offer a high level of support to clients considering suicide. I also have a strong success rate for supporting clients to overcome PTSD.


In addition, I offer supervision to fellow counsellors and other professionals and offer coaching to newly qualified counsellors.


You will find me on the accredited register with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).


You can contact me directly on 07831202104

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