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Manchester Physiotherapy and Liverpool/Merseyside Physio Clinics.


Here at Metro Physio Manchester, we provide specialist physiotherapy treatments to private and corporate patients. Being one of the longest running Manchester Physiotherapy practices since  1988, we have treated thousands of satisfied patients right across our Greater Manchester and Liverpool/Merseyside physiotherapy clinics.

You can find our Physio Clinics  in Manchester, Hyde, Knowsley Liverpool and the Wirral, Walkden, Stockport and Middleton. Our Physiotherapists are second to none and our ability to provide appointments at any of our Manchester Physio or Wirral physiotherapy clinics within 48 hours, almost always within 24 hours and on most occasions on the same day, makes us one the most efficient and professional physiotherapy providers in the Northwest.

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Metro Physio – The Physiotherapy Experts

Metro Physio was founded in 1988 and is now a leading provider of physiotherapy and sports physio. We have Manchester Physio clinics; Salford Physiotherapy, Merseyside and Wirral Physio clinics. Just check our clinic finder for Middleton Physio, Walkden and also our Liverpool, Knowsley , Prenton and Stockport Physio clinics.

We hold many prestigious contracts providing physiotherapy services to the likes of Greater Manchester Fire Service, North West Ambulance Service, Manchester City Council, Merseyside Fire & Rescue, and The Royal Northern College of Music

Due to our reputation as leading physiotherapy experts, our services stretch across Greater Manchester and Merseyside were we have a large number of applicants seeking employment, which allows us to choose only the most exceptional physiotherapists, ensuring you only get the highest quality treatment.

Metro Physio - Ergonomic Assessment at our Manchester physiotherapist and Merseyside Physio Clinics

Our Corporate Clients

Metro Physio provide a wide range of Physiotherapy at our Merseyside and Wirral physio Physiotherapy clinics. We also provide occupational health services and ergonomic assessments to our many corporate clients including North West Ambulance Service, Manchester City Council, Greater Manchester Fire Service, Merseyside Fire & Rescue and the Co-operative Group to name just a few.

At Metro Physio we believe being healthy is as much about prevention as it is about cure; it’s also about how you feel. That’s why we also offer ergonomic assessments alongside physiotherapy services to our corporate clients. They help spot potential issues before they lead to problems. Our physiotherapists will then ensure we provide the most appropriate advice and treatment.

Our Elite Athletes treated by our Manchester physiotherapy and wirral physio specialists

Our Elite Athletes

Due to our reputation and specialist physiotherapy skills our physio therapists treat international athletes such as Olympic Bronze medallists Beth Tweddle and Daniel Purvis, professional Sports teams as well as professional entertainers and musicians.

At Metro Physio we believe correct technique is vital in all Athletic disciplines and injuries often occur when there are movement fault patterns or when a particular muscle group is over-trained, this is where Metro Physio can help and provide the correct physiotherapy treatment.

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