Mattishall Sports Injury Clinic


Mattishall sports injury clinic is located just outside Mattishall, in the hamlet of Welborne. We moved to the new location in January 2017.

The clinic contains two treatment rooms, a waiting area and dedicated bathroom facilities. There is also plenty of private, off-road parking.

Appointments are available most days of the week, from early morning through to around 8pm.

Heidi Dawson


Heidi founded Mattishall Sports Injury Clinic in 2012. She is currently taking a year out on maternity leave.

Emma Evans


Emma qualified with a BTEC Level 5 diploma in Clinical Sports Injuries, Remedial Massage & Soft Tissue Therapy in 2016. Emma is also a pilates instructor with 10 years experience. Alongside the injuries, sports massage and pilates, Emma also has a number of other qualifications:

  • Active IQ Level 3 Exercise Referral Special Populations & Conditions (Pre & Post Natal team specialist)
  • Active IQ Level 3 Nutritional Advisor
  • OCR Level 3 Anatomy & Physiology
  • OCR Exercise to Music
  • Speedo Aqua Aerobics certification.

Cassie Wildey


Cassie has been a sports therapist in Norwich for over 8 years. During this time she has not only operated as a self-employed therapist, but has also worked in both semi-pro and professional football (youth & adult). She spent 5 seasons with Wroxham FC as the lead sports therapist; two seasons with Ipswich Town FC Academy and is currently in her third season with the Norwich City Academy. During the 17/17 season, she also worked as a casual sport tissue therapist with Norwich City FC first team.

In preparation for London 2012, Cassie also began working with Paralympic Gold Medallist swimmer Jessica Jane Applegate, which she still does to this day.

In February 2017, she also began lecturing at City College Norwich, delivery a Sports Anatomy, Injuries and Rehabilitation module to Sports, Exercise and Health degree students.

Over the last 2 years she has been working towards a diploma in Biomechanics Coaching, which is a set of screening tools to assess how well we move as individuals and how to improve any limitations which can lead to pain and injury.

She has dealt with a variety of sporting and non-sporting clients, with a wide range of injuries across her 8 years as a sports therapist.

Hollie Mae


Hollie is a level 4 qualified sports massage therapist. She qualified in 2016 with ITEC from the Jackie Hamilton School of Therapies in Norwich. Whilst she was there she also completed a course in Kinesio Taping. Hollie is also a level 2 qualified fitness instructor.

She has previously worked for Wymondham Town Football Club as their team therapist and has experience working with the NCFC Under 21 squad. In her spare time she enjoys training with her Karate team and competes nationally a few times a year. Hollie is fully insured with Graybrook.