All therapists are specialized in musculoskeletal medicine and within this, have their own specific expertise, which include shoulder/ upper quadrant, lower limb, trauma, and rheumatology, sportsmedicine, falls prevention, and acupuncture. We have a high commitment to continuing professional development, which ensures all treatment offered is based on current best evidence of effectiveness. This reflects the ethos of the partners, who are recognised as experts in their field.
Chris has a local, sporting background having been educated at St Anselm's College, Birkenhead and playing football for Tranmere Rovers FC at Prenton Park. He represented Merseyside at athletics andCheshire at rugby before playing over 300 games for Tranmere Rovers. He scored 75 goals between 1987 and 1995, the most important of which secured promotion to the old First Division of the Football League in 1991.
Jason is a director of 'Focus' and still very much a practicing clinician, fulfilling a clinical physiotherapy role, as well as undertaking ergonomic work. Jason graduated from Liverpool UniversitySchool of Physiotherapy in 1992. His formative Physiotherapy years were spent working at Aintree University Hospital. Following a number of years here, including time as a senior member of staff, working in the musculoskeletal out-patient department, he spent time working and travelling in Australia.
Helen qualified as a physiotherapist at Manchester University in 1996. She has worked in various NHS trusts and private practices in Merseyside, most recently as the Clinical Manager of thephysiotherapy outpatient department at Wirral University Teaching Hospital. She has also worked as a Manager / Physiotherapist in Victoria, Australia during which time she completed her Pilates training with the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute.
If you suffer from musculoskeletal related pain we can help. If you have a sports injury and need rehabilitation, we can help. If you're struggling to fully recover from illness we can help. Wepromise to find the cause of your problem and help you understand how "we can help you to help yourself". Video analysis of how you move, which tissues are being compromised and a fully explained treatment programme ensures a successful outcome.
The Rehab Physio was estabilished by Christopher Wynne and Jennifer Wynne. Together they deliver specialist Neurological Physiotherapy throughout the North West. There are Rehab Physio clinics inWirral, Chester, Liverpool and North Wales. Home base services are avaliable throughout Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales, Manchester and beyond. We provide 20 years clinical experience in physiotherapy.
HD Physio offers a wide variety of therapies, including physiotherapy, sports rehabilitation and massage. We are skilled, fully qualified therapists, practising in a professional, and relaxingenvironment at Liverpool John Moores University and Halewood Sports & Leisure Centre, near Liverpool.
Compass Physiotherapy is a well established private clinic based on South Road, Waterloo, Liverpool owned by Sue Oswald and Stephanie East who have practised for over 20 years. We are fully equippedto a high standard enabling the provision of a full range of therapeutic services to our patients. Home visits are available upon request.
At Aigburth Physiotherapy and Sports Clinic, we promise our patients professional, personalised treatment and rehabilitation programmes, to help get you moving again. Whether your pain relates to anaccident, a sports injury or occupational postures, we use our many years of experience to give you the support and advice you need. We specialise in the treatment of musculoskeletal disorders including lower back pain, vertigo, temporomandibular dysfunction and headaches.
The assessments are suitable for rehab & preventative purposes. They are clinically designed to improve running economy and performed by a Physiotherapist with a special interest in running injuries &rehabilitation. We aim to improve running efficiency by identifying training errors and observing biomechanics through gait analysis'.