Our assessment and treatment process allows us to help our clients achieve their highest physical potential in a friendly, professional, and caring atmosphere.
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We always start with a thorough initial assessment at which the likelihood of treatment helping or not is discussed. We do not treat what we cannot improve and we will tell you if we are unable to help.
Your first appointment will consist of a thorough assessment that will last no more than 45 minutes or 60 minutes if your appointment is with the Pelvic Floor Physio. We only treat what we can help!
We will suggest a treatment course based on your desired outcome. We can also provide one-off treatments.
We offer everything from deep tissue massage, manipulation to acupuncture. We will offer whatever treatment we feel will be most successful for you.
Any previous Doctors notes or scans would be helpful. If your appointment is for Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy you need to complete a 3 day bladder diary (which we will provide) and bring it to your appointment.
Just wear comfortable clothing which allows us to see the area of concern i.e. Vest top/shorts.
Lesley qualified in 1995 from the University of Brighton and 25 years' experience in assessing and treating a vast array of musculoskeletal problems. This includes upper and lower limb injuries, pre & post operative recovery and rehabilitation, chronic arthritic conditions, improving general ... mobility, function, balance, and dizziness.
Lesley worked as a senior physiotherapist in the NHS for over 20 years and has strong communication links with local GP's and Orthopaedic consultants. Lesley taught at Manchester Metropolitan University for 10 years on the postgraduate Master’s course in Manual Therapy ie, teaching Advanced Physiotherapy to senior qualified physiotherapists.
Lesley is a hands on manual therapist using mobilisations, manipulations and soft tissue massage alongside bespoke exercise programmes to get the best possible results for people. She prides herself on the level of care and quality of treatment we offer here in the clinic and aims to give the best possible treatment and advice where appropriate or advice regarding longer term management for chronic conditions.
Alan is highly skilled in the assessment, treatment and management of both simple and complex musculoskeletal problems and pain conditions. Having worked as a Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist in the NHS for nine years, Alan has developed an expert skill-set which extends beyond physiotherapy to include injection therapy and acupuncture.
Rob qualified as a chartered Physiotherapist from the University of Salford in 2017 and is working as a Senior physiotherapist in the NHS.
Matt qualified as a chartered Physiotherapist in 2005. He completed all the core rotations before specialising in the out-patient musculoskeletal setting in the NHS. Matt has progressed within the NHS and is currently working as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner dealing in the management of complex presentations. This role proves a mix between assessment, triage and treatment.
Alex qualified as a chartered physiotherapist in 2019 from York St John University with a master's degree in Physiotherapy after completing a degree in Sports Therapy in 2016. He is currently completing a master's degree at Manchester Metropolitan University in Advanced ...Clinical Practice.
In addition to working at Chadwick's Alex is currently employed at Wigan Athletic football club as an academy physiotherapist where he deals with a wide variety of sports related injuries he also works in Southport and Ormskirk NHS Hospital as a Senior Physiotherapist.
In his spare time, he enjoys keeping fit in the gym and walks in the Lakes.
Katie is a chartered physiotherapist who specialises in helping men and women with pelvic floor problems. Katie has worked in this field for 30 years in both the NHS and private sector. She qualified as a physiotherapist in 1989 and gained her full membership of Pelvic, Obstetric & Gynaecological Physiotherapy (POGP) in 1994. ...
She has been active in her promotion of pelvic health at local and national levels. Katie was chair of POGP for 4 years and currently sits on the advisory board for NHS England. She has also appeared in different media platforms including Women’s Hour (BBC Radio 4) and This Morning (ITV).
Katie offers you a comprehensive medical assessment of your problem, a detailed examination of your pelvic floor and create an individualised treatment programme for you to follow at home. In addition to this Katie offers enhanced exercise rehabilitation with EMG biofeedback and can advise on all aspects of pelvic health.
76 Liverpool Road
Tel: 01704 879 689