RunningPhysio Recommends – The Physiotherapy Centre, Liverpool

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Looking for a physio in the Liverpool area? RunningPhysio recommends The Physiotherapy Centre. 

The Physiotherapy Centre was opened in 2006 by Richard and Sarah Norris (nee Johnson) and has since developed into a leading provider of healthcare and injury rehabilitation in the North West of England. July 2012 saw a move to larger, modernised premises housing four treatment rooms, two pilates studios and twelve therapists, with state of the art equipment including pilates apparatus and real-time ultrasound imaging. The efforts of our team were recently acknowledged with the Whatclinic.com gold award for customer service.

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Richard qualified from the University of Salford in 2003 and shares his hours between the clinic and the NHS, where he works along orthopaedic consultants as the lower-limb physiotherapy specialist. Consequently, he manages simple and complex injuries on a daily basis, utilising evidence-based techniques and adjunct modalities including kinesio-taping, acupuncture, orthotic (insoles) prescription and injection therapy. Richard has also offered expert opinion to publications including Men’s Fitness and, wrote an excellent article on hamstring injuries for RunningPhysio, which has since been re-posted by the prestigious British Journal of Sports medicine.

Sarah qualified from the University of Liverpool in 2001 and works full-time as director and physiotherapist in the clinic, but also spends her spare time as an international presenter for the Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute (APPI). Sarah is vastly experienced in the management of movement dysfunction (moving incorrectly) and core stability, which are important components for injury prevention, treatment and general health. Due to the high demand in runners for her services, as well as treating patients Sarah offers running workshops at The Physiotherapy Centre.

Our services currently include:

  • Physiotherapy
  • Biomechanical Assessment
  • Pilates Equipment Sessions and Classes
  • Pilates Matwork Sessions and Classes
  • Acupuncture
  • Chiropody/Podiatry
  • Personal Training and Exercise Instruction
  • Nutrition

The clinic has free parking and is easily accessible by rail via the nearby West Allerton station.

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To arrange an appointment call 0151 724 2060 or contact email@thephysiotherapycentre.com

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  1. The Postero-Lateral Corner, the “Dark side of the Knee”… A guest article by Richard Norris | The Sports Physio - July 19, 2013

    […] Now you may have been aware that I havent posted much over these last few months, for which I apologise, but things have been a little crazy recently what with my wedding and work commitments, but normal service will resume soon. However, in my temporary absense I have asked for some excellent guest writers to cover for me, and today I am very pleased to give you Richard Norris a specialist lower limb physio working in the NHS and privatley, me and Rich have been exchanging comments via twitter and I can tell you he is a smart cookie and an excellent physio, for more details on him and his clinic see here […]

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    […] Rich is an experienced lower limb specialist, you can follow him on Twitter via @Richnorris00 and find out more about him and his clinic here. […]

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