Services

Our extensive range of physiotherapy treatments, injury recovery and performance coaching are available from our Manchester clinic. Our education and professional support services are available from anywhere in the world!

Physiotherapy

Don’t worry about the type of injury you have. From long term back and knee pains to a recent strain or sprain, our expertise and experience extends across all musculoskeletal complaints and problems.

Performance

With our fully-equipped Strength and Conditioning Suite just outside of Manchester, we’ll help you accomplish all of your goals – big or small. We’ll challenge and push you to become the best possible version of yourself.

Clinical Education

We help those struggling with injury, and we support professionals treating them. Our established and highly popular ‘The Physio Matters Podcast’ is revolutionising MSK education and transforming the healthcare industry.

Online Mentoring

Our passion for injury recovery extends to supporting and training other clinicians at all stages of their career. Get expert guidance through our online mentoring programme, from ad-hoc sessions to 6 month courses

physio matters podcast

Putting big mouths and big ideas behind microphones. 1.5 million downloads and counting!

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Client stories

Hear about how we can help you, for those who we’ve helped so far

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PHYSIO MATTERS blog

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The ‘Core’ – Part 1

This is the first in our multi-part series all about ‘the Core’. A term that has been used across the health and fitness world to loosely describe the muscles

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Neck Pain At Work

Across all of our social media platforms this week we’ve been posting about neck pain at work. It’s one of the most common problems we see and yet it

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What is the best training programme?

What’s the best training program for beginners? Is it 5×5 strength, should you build endurance first by doing higher reps? Focus on the compound movements? Each body part once