Summit Physiotherapy
Summit Physio is a sports injury and physiotherapy company that specialises in helping and rehabilitating people who have movement problems. Our aim is to treat the cause not just the injury. We have
A6 Physiotherapy
All our Therapists believe in a 'hands-on' approach when treating and with emphasis on achieving prevention of injuries. As a result all of the team endeavour to provide self-management strategies
Bolton Physio
Bolton Physio are a team of highly experienced musculoskeletal and neurological physiotherapists. Musculoskeletal physiotherapists specialise in muscular and joint problems and neurological
Stansfield Sports Injury Clinic
Our aim is to treat your symptoms and look at the cause and Biomechanics behind it to prevent it from happening again. The pain and discomfort of a sports injury or poor working posture can be
Physiofusion
Congratulations to Kieran Carr for winning March's Runner of the Month award at Clayton Harriers Running Club. Kieran was nominated for his outstanding perfomance and finishing 1st place in the M70
The Bridgeman Physiotherapy
Since 1981 the clinic has developed and grown on its reputation for quality of service, value for money and truthfulness. The majority (90%) of patients are recommended by family or friends. Patients
Bolton Physio Clinic
If you have a niggle or are in pain it's best to see an expert before it gets worse, there's every possibility of long term damage that could become crippling. We are recognised by ALL major insurance
Clinic Of Osteopathy & Physiotherapy
Sheila started in practice in 1980 and set up the clinic at its current location in 1987. Initially practising in Remedial Massage, she progressed onto studying manipulative therapy and osteopathy.
Premier Therapy North West
We are the leading physiotherapy and sports injury clinic in Bolton specialising in MMA and sports injuries. At Premier Therapy you will only receive hands on treatment, you will never be placed under
Sportesse-pt
Football, the physical requirements for a striker are completely different to the requirements for a mid-field player, so the training must reflect the roles that each player undertakes within the