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Willaston Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Willaston Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Show Phone Number Gateway House, Old Hall Road, Bromborough, Wirral, CH62 3NX

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Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
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About Willaston Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic

Willaston Physiotherapy & Sports Rehab is a unique organisation dedicated to the prevention, diagnosis and rehabilitation from musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. Operating on the Wirral since 1990, we now have 2 purpose built clinics in Willaston and Bromborough. Professional and highly experienced, we have a dedicated and passionate Physio team who offer an extensive range of services, from Initial Assessment and treatment and Sports specific rehab, to more specialist services such as Acupuncture, Women's Health Physio, Kinesiology taping and Sports massage. We are also currently the only clinic in Cheshire or the Wirral to offer 'The Performance Matrix', a specialist and comprehensive screening platform for movement analysis, preventing injury and improving performance for all individuals and athletes.

Both clinics are easily accessible with ample off-road parking. We are HPC registered and recognised by all major insurance companies.

No GP referral is needed.

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  • CSP - Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (UK) 
  • HCPC - Health and Care Professions Council (UK) 



General Practice

Active Lifestyle




Parking - Ample Off-road parking at both clinics

Accessible to disabled people - Yes, both clinics

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

On-site pharmacy

Clinic Services

Emergency service - Office opening hours only, however we do have voicemail for any enquiries outside of office hours.Text message reminders - We do offer email reminders as standard with every appointment booked.Home visits - By request.Open 24 hoursOpen weekends

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Ankle Injury Treatment
Biomechanical assessment
Chronic Pain Syndrome
Knee Rehabilitation
Physical Therapy
Physiotherapist Consultation
Post-Op Rehabilitation
Pregnancy Related Disorders
Repetitive Strain Injury Treatment
Sciatica Treatment
Shoulder Rehabilitation
Spinal Rehabilitation - Neck and Back Injury
Sports Injury Rehabilitation - Strapping and Taping
Sports Therapy

General Practice

Active Lifestyle Consultation
Chiropodist Consultation

Massage Therapy

Sports Massage


Back Pain Treatment


Acupuncturist Consultation

Holistic Health


Payment Information

Cash and Debit Card also accepted
Payment plansFree initial consultationChequesCredit cards


Private Patients Welcome

Public Health Insurance

Dental Plans Accepted

European Health Insurance Card




AXA PPP Healthcare

CIGNA Healthcare




Judith Callow

Job Title:
 Practice Director

In my previous life I was a physiotherapist and loved my job and the ethos Pam and I built up over the 20 years of developing Willaston Physiotherapy Clinic. Now natural progression and my desire to take Willaston Physio Clinic to another level has meant that I now spend most of my time behind the computer learning new skills of excel spreadsheets!

Pamela Gardiner

Job Title:
 Practice Director

Physiotherapy is not just a science it is also an ‘Art’, I have 33 years of experience, I continue to have a passion for my work. My role as a Specialist physiotherapist in sports rehabilitation has taken me to Athens, Beijing and the London Olympic Games, where I have worked with the British Rowing Team. I have continued with the rowers as Lead Physiotherapist for the GB Rowing Start Programme where the aim is to prevent injury and educated best practice for the young athletes.  This work involves close interaction with coaching and medical support staff. The sport is very technical and therefore my skills in assessing movement patterns and imbalances in the body are my strength.
Here at Willaston my knowledge and skills are readily transferable to those who would not class themselves as ‘athletes’ but  want to remain active and pain free!  I have a specific interest in treatment of spinal pain, whether acute or chronic, and mobility issues caused by musculoskeletal conditions.
In spite of my years, I have strong hands and still believe that massage and soft tissue skills are important to aid diagnosis and recovery.  The’ holistic ethos’ which Judith and I have built up is the core part of our service and will continue make us stand out from other clinics.

Linda Johnson

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Special Interest in the treatment of Stress incontinence and Pregnancy and Women’s Health.
Linda trained at Sheffield qualifying in 1981, she has worked at Willaston since 1996, having worked in outpatient physiotherapy at several hospitals including Murrayfield Spire for 10 years, Linda has also worked at GP clinics throughout the Wirral.
She is qualified and practised in the use of Mckenzie diagnosis and treatment for neck and back problems, more recently trained in the use of kinesiology taping for sports and other acute injuries

Sue Coppack

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Sue trained at St Thomas Hospital, London qualifying in 1980. She has worked in both the NHS and private practice with a wide range of experience including musculoskeletal, sports injuries and children. Sue has been working at Willaston Physio & Sports Rehab since 2002.
Sue is qualified and practiced in the use of McKenzie diagnosis and treatment of neck and back problems, she is also qualified as an APPI Pilates instructor and leads several classes at the Willaston clinic. Pilates puts emphasis on spinal and pelvic alignment and developing a strong core, she brings this to all areas of her treatments.
Sue actively participates in a variety of sports and therefore has the understanding and empathy of sports injuries and the need to rehab them effectively.

Paul Rushton

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Paul initially started out as a professional footballer spending 5 years as a player at Crewe Alexandra but unfortunately spending large periods out due to various injuries where he spent some time at Lilleshall working through various rehabilitation programmes for his various injuries.
During this time he worked closely with a number of the physiotherapists which is where his interest started in the profession and so when the opportunity to train to become a physiotherapist became available through a scheme set up by the PFA (Professional Footballers Association) at Salford University, he had no hesitation in taking up the opportunity to change his career when his course commenced in 1994. He also played for Morecambe FC during his time at University playing over 250 games for the club in the Unibond Premier and the Vauxhall Conference.
Once qualified he worked in the NHS for about 12 years working his way through the system to eventually become a Clinical Lower Limb Specialist for Wirral PCT, but during the final 3 years of this period was working also at Willaston physiotherapy clinic as a private practitioner.

Dan Gabrielson

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Dan began his working life at Everton Football Club before signing for Wigan. During his footballing years Dan spent a lot of time in the Physio room, due to broken leg and other injuries, he also spent time in rehab at Lilleshall, where he first became interested in physiotherapy.

He attended Salford University and qualified in 2007, through a scheme set up by the Professional Footballers Association (PFA).

He has worked for the Wirral PCT for 5 years gaining valuable musculoskeletal experience, also worked for Droylseden Football Club from 2008-2010 working with elite footballers.

Steve Donigan

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Steve trained at Salford University and qualified as a physiotherapist in 2008, he started out his training in 2001 at LJMU with BSc Biology, he then trained and qualified in Sports Massage in 2004, following this with AAPI Pilates training in 2009. Steve has worked at Willaston since 2010.
Steve is a keen golfer, he has also completed several Olympic distance triathlons and half marathons. He has experience of working for semi professional rugby, football and basketball teams. He provides Physio for Cheshire U20’s RFU.
Steve has a special interest in using physiotherapy techniques and sports massage to improve our client’s golf swings.

Show Phone Number Gateway House, Old Hall Road, Bromborough, Wirral, CH62 3NX