Tel : 0161 484 2036 | Mob : 07702 811952 cd@hazelgrovephysiotherapy.co.uk

Welcome to Hazel Grove Physiotherapy

  Supporting your return to normal activities following illness, surgery or trauma.  
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Are You Suffering With Back, Neck or Knee Pain?

Whatever your muscle or joint problem, Hazel Grove Physiotherapy will help you recover.
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Sports Injuries

Our experienced physiotherapists will diagnose and treat your problem to get you back to your sport as quickly as possible.
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Hazel Grove Physiotherapy (HGP) is located in Hazel Grove near Stockport, Cheshire. The practice is run by Christine Dewsbury, a member of the HCPC and the CSP and provides a wide range of private physiotherapy services. These include treatment for back pain, neck pain, frozen shoulder, knee pain, sports injuries and whiplash. Physiotherapy treatment types range from manual techniques and massage through to ultrasound and acupuncture. Our clients value our professional, honest and thorough approach that frequently exceeds their expectations. We offer flexible appointment times, including evenings and same day sessions. Call us now on 0161 4842036

WHAT DO WE TREAT?

BACK PAIN

Almost everyone experiences back pain at some point in their lives. Lower back pain can be debilitating. Click the tick to find out more about how we can help with your back pain.

NECK PAIN

Neck pain is extremely common and can be very painful.  Click the tick to find out more about how we can help with your neck pain.

WHIPLASH

Hazel Grove Physiotherapy specialises in treating people suffering a whiplash injury.  Click the tick to find out more about how we can help with your whiplash.

SPORTS INJURIES

Tendonitis. Tendons are the cords which attach muscles to bones. Click the tick to find out more about how we can help with your Sports Injuries.

FROZEN SHOULDER

Frozen Shoulder (adhesive capsulitis) is a painful condition which affects the ability to move the shoulder. Click the tick to find out more about how we can help with your Sports Injuries.