Ally Beattie joined Burnley as head physiotherapist in July 2010.
He previously worked for Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.
With a degree in physiotherapy from the Royal London Hospital, Beattie spent 12 years at White Hart Lane, working his way from the under-16s to become first-team physio from 1998 until 2004.
He then spent five years at Manchester City, in which he was responsible for all physiotherapy services provided to all professional players.
After leaving Manchester City following the appointment as manager of Mark Hughes and a change of backroom staff, Beattie took up a post as Senior Physiotherapist at RAF Marham in Norfolk.
He returned to the game with Burnley in 2010 and has since been a key part of the staff that has seen the Clarets twice climb into the Premier League.