Crewe Physiotherapy

7 Mallard Court, Mallard Way, Crewe Business Park, Crewe, Cheshire, CW1 6ZQ

Opening Hours:
Mon: 8am – 8pm
Tues: 8am- 5pm
Weds: 8am – 5pm
Thurs: 8am – 5pm
Fri: 8am – 4.30pm

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True Physio Crewe

Our Crewe Physiotherapy clinic is based across from MMU University, just a short walk from the train station. We have 5 treatment rooms and a fully equipped rehabilitation gym. We also have biomechanical equipment here to carry out detailed biomechanical assessments. There is ample parking and disabled access.

True Physio bought the Crewe clinic from CTC Healthcare in October 2022 and have continued to grow the fantastic reputation in the area for providing high quality Physio when you need it.

Our physiotherapists in Crewe have extensive experience working in private practice and are HCPC registered and chartered. We are registered with all major medical insurers including Axa PPP and Bupa.

We have early morning, and evening appointments, and both male and female therapists so everyone can access the help they need.

If you’re looking for physio in Crewe, our 5 star rated team can see you quickly (sometimes within 24 hours), get your pain under control, and get you back doing everything you want to do.

Scroll down for more information on the team in Crewe, and what our previous patients have to say about the clinic.

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If you want to know more before booking, please have a look at our home page. You can see a video all about True Physio, how we’ve helped 10s of thousands of people, the process our Physios use, and what to expect in your first session. You can also see the answers to questions like “How much does Physio cost?” and “How long does Physio take to work?

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We look forward to helping you at True Physio Crewe

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Crewe Team

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Ben Ratcliffe
Physiotherapist and Clinic Manager

As a dedicated tennis player and runner himself, Ben specialises in running and other sports-related injuries, strength & rehabilitation, orthotics, and gait analysis.

He has completed Injection Therapy at UCLan and is currently progressing with his Independent Prescribing qualification.

Ben is very analytical and loves to work out the root cause of pain and resolve it, and stop it coming back.

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Mamta Wadhva
Physiotherapist

Mamta joined the team in July 2021. She splits her time between Crewe, and Stafford clinics. Having completed her undergraduate studies from India, Mamta moved to Sheffield to complete her MSc in Specialist Physiotherapist.

She has had a wide range of experience since graduating as a Physio and loves to help her patients get back to doing everything they want and love to do in her friendly, efficient style.

You can book with Mamta at our Stafford and Crewe physio clinics.

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Barry Wagner
Physiotherapist

Barry has gained experience in various settings since qualifying as a Physiotherapist in England. Originally from Canada he has also trained in Strength and conditioning and personal training that he fits alongside his Physiotherapy skills to settle pain and keep it away by getting his clients stronger than before and feeling great.

Barry provides Physiotherapy in Crewe and Stoke clinics

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Charlotte Banks
Physiotherapist

Charlotte joined the team as a sports rehabilitator before going onto complete her Masters degree in Physiotherapy.

This has given Charlotte valuable experience across various fields, and she has spent several seasons working alongside the Crewe & Nantwich Rugby club. She brings this determination to get people back to what they love to the clinic, and loves getting people fit and enjoying their hobbies again

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Serena Proctor
Women’s Health Physiotherapist

Serena joined the team in 2017 with vast experience in the treatment of musculoskeletal conditions, post-operative rehabilitation, breast care and women’s health.

Serena has continued to grow her interest in women’s health and works closely with ladies and new mums with pelvic weakness, pain, incontinence and is a qualified Mummy MOT® Practitioner.

She gets great personal satisfaction from being able to help her clients.

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Richard Carter
Physiotherapist

Rick is a vastly experienced Physiotherapist, who has specialised in both sports and soft tissue injuries and workplace health.

Rick has 10 years of experience working in the Premier League at West Bromwich Albion, Chelsea and Manchester United and has worked for all 3 local football clubs; Crewe Alexandra, Stoke City and Port Vale over the past 25 years.

He still loves helping patients relieve their pain using nearly 30 years of experience. He also does steroid and pain relieving injections

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Lia Masibay
Sports Rehabilitator

After graduating from the University of Salford in Sports Rehabilitation, Lia joined the team in August 2021 across our Crewe & Nantwich clinics.

She manages to balance her time in representing Port Vale F.C Women’s 1st team as a footballer player at the same time, pursuing her passion for helping people of all ages from suffering from pain, injury or illness involving the musculoskeletal system.

You will find very few people more dedicated to getting their patients better!

Fees

Initial Assessment 60 Minutes
£75
Follow Up Sessions
£50
Initial Assessment with Richard Carter
£75
Follow Up Sessions with Richard Carter
£65
30 Minute Massage
£35
45 Minute Massage
£45
60 Minute Massage
£55
Mummy MOT® Initial Assessment
£90
Mummy MOT® Follow Up Session
£55
Shockwave Therapy
£85

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