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Coronavirus Update: 24th March 2020 Following last night's update from the Government and guidelines issued by our own governing bodies today we must now stop all non urgent face to face appointments. However, if you are in severe, acute pain that would otherwise lead you to seek attention via your GP or A&E we can still see you. Please contact the clinic so that we can talk to you and make an appointment if necessary. We are also offering telephone and video consultations for anyone who would like to do so. Please email andyclarkno12@hotmail.com with your details and we will contact you to arrange this. From all the Saltergate team, stay safe

Easter 2020 Opening Times

Good FridayClosed
Saturday 11th9am - 1pm
Easter MondayClosed
Tuesday 14thOpen
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Saltergate Physiotherapy Clinic has been providing a high standard of professional health care since 1984.

Our Chartered Physiotherapists all have many years of experience and along with our spacious, well equipped clinic we provide the perfect environment to treat your problem quickly and effectively.

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Physiotherapy involves the treatment of the body by using different physical modalities. This could be direct pressure using the hands, movement & exercise, electrical stimulus, heat and cold or a variety of other techniques.

The basis of modern physiotherapy stems from the Royal Charter granted in 1920 which set out the ‘4 Pillars of Practice’.

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Here at Saltergate Physiotherapy Clinic we have many years of experience in treating all aspects of the musculo-skeletal system.

We can help whether your problem is as a result of an accident or sporting injury, if you have had an operation or if it is something that has just gradually come on over time. It does not matter if your problem is acute or more long standing in nature.

If you are unsure as to whether physiotherapy would be of benefit to you we are happy to give you brief advice with no obligation.

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