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Physiotherapy can help people regain movement, increase mobility and reduce pain using a variety of techniques. Conditions treated include back and neck pain, sports injuries, joint, ligament, muscle and tendon problems, posture issues, whiplash, upper and lower limb conditions as well as post-surgery rehabilitation.

Vestibular (Dizziness and Balance Disorders) Clinic

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Neurological Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation Clinic

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Physiotherapy at Spire Hartswood Hospital

Spire Hartswood Hospital provides an integrated range of modern health care services, offering you high standards of care and attention. This is reflected in the expertise and treatment provided by our physiotherapy department.

With a team of state-registered chartered physiotherapists, we are able to offer a wide range of clinical expertise, including skills in:

  • back and neck care
  • foot and ankle
  • hip and knee
  • muscle and Joint pain
  • post-operative and fracture rehabilitation
  • shoulder and elbow
  • sports injury
  • vestibular 

We offer state-of-the-art facilities with on-site X-ray, MRI and CT; should you need to be referred to a Consultant we are happy to arrange this on your behalf.

You don't need private medical insurance to be treated. If you are a self-funding patient you don't even need a referral.

Your initial visit to physiotherapy will involve a one-hour consultation to establish the history of your condition, an assessment and treatment. Your goals for treatment will be established and you will be advised on what you need to do to achieve these.

If you are unsure whether we can help, please call and speak to one of our experienced physiotherapists who will advise you on the most appropriate course of action.

Opening hours

Monday to Friday: 7.30am – 8pm

Saturday: 8.30am

Call us on 01277 266 780 to discuss appointment availability.

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