Sadly after 25 years Sale physiotherapy Clinic will be losing its premises at the end of October due to the closure of Dr Clares GP surgery. We are hopeing to relocate asap in Sale.
Alison Roche has already started a Clinic in Poynton(not as far as it sounds!!) and you are welcome to come there for treatment. Please call me for further infomation and updates on 07713122797
Thank you to all my patients past and present who have supported me and the clinic over the last quarter of a century(that make me feels old !!!)
Sale Physiotherapy Clinic was established by Alison Roche in 1995 to provide effective physiotherapy, traditional chinese acupuncture and applied kinesiology and has continued to achieve this aim for the past 20 years.
Our experienced physiotherapy team provides treatments for aliments including whiplash, headaches, back pain, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, sprains and strains and sports injury rehabilitation.
All our physiotherapists are qualified in Western Acupuncture or Traditional Chinese Acupuncture and frequently integrate these skills with more traditional physiotherapy to obtain the best possible results for the patient.
The clinic is sited at:-
12 Derbyshire Road South
The aims of the clinic are to provide effective treatments for a wide range of conditions using the expertise of the physiotherapists to the benefit of the patients; we combine skills gained during twenty years of clinical experience to effectively assess, diagnose and agree upon the best treatment plan for your problem.
Initial Visit and Treatments
Everyone will have an assessment of approximately 45 minutes in a private room on an individual basis. We do not have long waiting lists and usually will be able to offer an appointment within 48 hours. Diagnosis and options for treatment and advice will be given and discussed. Subsequent sessions will be approximately 30 minutes. Each visit is totally confidential.
This friendly professional clinic has a 'hands on' approach with experienced physiotherapists offering mobilisation, manipulation and soft tissue techniques. Acupuncture is offered and may be used in isolation or as a complement to more traditional physiotherapy. Over the past 10 years, Applied Kinesiology has been included more and more in the treatment programmes and is proving to be an effective adjunct to more traditional approaches.