5 Station Road
We are a specialist physiotherapy service… Whether you are suffering from chronic back pain or have noticed your day to day movements becoming strenuous, Marple Physio can help. Our welcoming, modern clinic contains private treatment rooms where one of our professionals can help to ease your pain and suffering with the very latest physiotherapy equipment available.
Our services are often used by those that have noticed a limit in their performance ability when playing sports or other high energy activities. Our treatments can help with anything from sports related injuries to chronic back pain, so you can rest assured that with our expertise and experience, you are in the very best hands. We offer consultations and bespoke treatments to suit your personal requirements with a caring and personal touch to ease you through the days of acute pain into a preventative rehabilitation treatment.
Our clinic is located in Marple, Stockport, where you will have access to free customer parking and ground floor consultation and treatment rooms. We will do everything we can to ensure your visit is as comfortable for you as possible.
Training, qualifications & experience
Elizabeth Atherton Physiotherapist BSC (HONS) MCSP, AACP, MHPC
Liz is Director of Marple Physio, Lead Physiotherapist and owns the practice. She has a very broad skill set but particular expertise in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, from acute sports injuries to chronic painful conditions and post-operative rehabilitation.
Liz gradated from Salford University in 2007 with a First Class BSc Honours in Physiotherapy. Her early NHS work included rotations at Homerton University Hospital in London and East Lancashire Hospitals Trust. She specialised as a senior respiratory physiotherapist at Homerton (and still visits respiratory patients in the Marple community), then as a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist at London’s Northwick Park Hospital, before moving to private practice at Marple Physio in January 2011.
Liz has trained with some of the leading lights in physiotherapy and has a wealth of post-graduate qualifications. These include acupuncture (she’s a member of Acupuncture Association of Physiotherapists), Pilates, advanced biomechanical assessment, advanced manual therapy and corrective retraining of movement dysfunctions. The latter is a system of assessment and treatment based on quality evidence (www.kineticcontrol.com). It looks at people’s movement faults and corrects them, thereby resolving problems in the long term and helping prevent their recurrence.
Liz has considerable experience working with rugby teams and has worked wonders on many a player, with everything from first aid to advanced rehabilitation and return to peak performance. With a specialist interest in treating musicians, she’s also a registered therapist with the British Association of Performing Arts Medicine.
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