Since then he has gained valuable experience working in the NHS, professional football, professional cricket, professional basketball, industry and teaching. In 1999 he attained a Master's degree inPhysiotherapy from The University of Manchester. Philip is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and Physio-First and is HPC Registered. In 1994 he established Peak Health Clinic in Glossop and takes pride in offering a first-class physiotherapy service to the town.
At Glossop Physio we listen to why you are seeking treatment and take a detailed history of your symptoms. Our experienced friendly Physiotherapists and Sports Injury Specialists strive to meet theirpatients' goals through the use of evidence-based clinically-proven manual therapy and exercise.
Bridge Physiotherapy is the leading physiotherapy practice based in Marple Bridge and covering the Marple, Romiley, High Lane, Glossop, New Mills, Offerton, Stockport and East Manchester areas.Typical problems we treat include neck pain, whiplash, trapped nerves, tennis elbow, tendonitis, sciatica, headpain, shoulder pain, frozen shoulder, back pain, groin strain, muscle injuries, knee pains, arthritis, shin splints and ankle injuries.
Carolyn Edwards qualified at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham in 1985 and has specialised in musculoskeletal physiotherapy since 1987. Within the NHS she became anOrthopaedic Clinical Specialist in 1991 with particular expertise in the treatment of spinal conditions, sports injuries and rehabilitation.
We treat all injuries caused by gardening, falling, poor posture and sports activities, from minor sprains and strains to major ruptures and post-surgery rehabilitation. We see patients from all overStockport and High Peak. We have developed injury prevention and performance image enhancing programmes for athletes from many different sports including: athletics, football, cricket, golf, rugby, skiing and martial arts.
We are a specialist physiotherapy service. Whether you are suffering from chronic back pain or have noticed your day to day movements becoming strenuous, Marple Physio can help. Our welcoming, modernclinic contains private treatment rooms where one of our professionals can help to ease your pain and suffering with the very latest physiotherapy equipment available.
The Clinic, located at Richmond House, has been established for over 50 years. Initially opened in the early 50s by Physiotherapist Jack Griffiths, a former Manchester United football player. Beforeretiring in 1980 he was joined by his son, Keith Griffiths, who has been the Principal physiotherapist ever since. Over the years Keith has gained great insight and experience in dealing with a wide range of injuries affecting sports people and the general public.
The Hyde Physiotherapy centre was founded in 1925 as a charitable organisation to provide Orthopaedic after care treatment and rehabilitation for the population of Hyde and the surrounding areas inTameside and Glossop. Currently, The Hyde Physiotherapy centre continues to provide the same high quality care to its patients a little further a field under the boundaries of the Tameside and Glossop Primary Care Trust, treating over 15,000 patients a year.
Andrew is a Chartered and Health Professions Council registered Physiotherapist who after after qualification gained experience working in the NHS before entering into Private Practice. Andrew hasspent more than 29 years treating a wide variety of Neck, Back and Sports Injuries and he has also been a physiotherapist at the Commonwealth Games.
In 2008, husband and wife team Tony and Becky Gavin opened their first clinic, Davenport House Clinic in Stalybridge. Tony is a Podiatrist, and at that time Becky was a chemical engineer who spentmuch of her time in chemical plants. Their vision was to open a private podiatry and physio clinic in Becky's home town, but it had to fill them with pride.