Chris Wych Grad Dip Phys,MCSP, HPC
63 Ashton Road East
Advanced Physiotherapy Clinic
102 Denton Road
0161 320 4409 and (Failsworth) 0161 683 4189 / 07761 104903
Advanced Physiotherapy Clinics is one of the longest established Physiotherapy Practices in the area, founded over 30 years ago by Clinical Director Chris Wych.
- Diagnosis & treatment of all musculoskeletal conditions and Sports Injuries in 6 fully equipped treatment rooms.
- Experienced Physiotherapists – Including the Clinical Director and a Clinical Specialist who both hold over 30 years experience each in professional sport & the NHS!
- Appointments within 48 hours.
- Recognised by all Insurance Companies
- Serviced by local transport and within easy reach of the M60. Free onsite parking.
- Full disabled access.
- Daytime & evening appointments to suit patient needs
- Domiciliary visits
- Direct appointments without the need for GP referral.
- Medico Legal work undertaken (Inc Road Traffic & Industrial Accidents)
- Direct advice line to Clinical Director 8am-8pm
If at your initial assessment I feel that Physiotherapy will be of no benefit to you then I will not charge you!
Training, qualifications & experience
Chartered Physiotherapist for over 30 years
Member Health Professional Council
30 YEARS RUNNING OWN PRIVATE PRACTICE
8 YEARS PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL
2 YEARS PROFESSIONAL CRICKET
3 YEARS SEMI-PRO AMERICAN FOOTBALL
GP PRACTICE AND NURSING HOME WORK
MAINTAIN FULL CPD
PRACTICE IS ACCREDITED
SPECIALISE IN MUSCULO SKELETAL, ORTHOPAEDICS & SPORTS INJURIES.
MEDICO LEGAL WORK
REGISTERED WITH BUPA AND ALL LEADING MEDICAL INSURERS
MEMBERS OF PHYSIO FIRST AND ACPSM (Association of Chartered Physiotherapists in Sports Medicine)
If you have been diagnosed with or suspect you may have a pre-existing medical condition you should consult your GP for advice, diagnosis and treatment and always inform your health professional before starting any alternative or additional therapies, treatments or making any major changes in your diet or exercise programme.
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