Pure Physiotherapy opens new Rochdale clinic

Date published: 07 March 2022

Pure Physiotherapy has opened the doors to a new Rochdale clinic.

The new clinic will provide a fully-renovated space for clients with more appointment availability and state-of-the-art facilities, allowing for the assessment and treatment of a range of conditions, symptoms and injuries.

The newly renovated building, located at 567 Oldham Road, has three treatment rooms, including accessible downstairs facilities with wheelchair access. The clinic is staffed by a team of expert physiotherapists who are all fully trained and able to perform a range of treatments tailored to the needs of each individual patient, as well as a friendly and welcoming reception area for all clients.

Director of Pure Physiotherapy, Phin Robinson, said: “I am extremely proud of the Rochdale team and the new clinic allows them to have a high-quality clinical space to match their brilliant knowledge and skills.

“We currently help over 800 clients a month in our existing site and the new clinic will allow us to offer more expert help to a lot more local people. Rochdale’s new physiotherapy clinic has been a big project enabling us to have the capacity to access, diagnosis and treat physiotherapy conditions.

“I am excited to have this new space available and the opportunities it provides for the general public and patients of Rochdale.”

Pure Physiotherapy has been providing expert care for patients with back, neck, knee, shoulder and a wide range of musculoskeletal issues since 2006 and has won many awards for their quality and clinic effectiveness.

With clinics across the country, the company employs over 120 physiotherapists, all of whom are registered with the HCPC (Health & Care Professions Council) and the CSP (Chartered Society of Physiotherapists).

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