They need to be registered with a doctor in Heywood, Middleton or Rochdale.
We provide rehabilitation, self-management support and treatment for a wide variety of conditions and disabilities which impact on physical functions such as mobility, muscle strength, range of movement and balance.
We also support parents and carers.
We aim to reduce the impact of physical impairments on a child’s growth, development and social interaction. Physiotherapy care is specific to the needs of each child or young person and their family and encourages them to be as independent as possible.
We are part of the children's acute and ongoing needs service (CAONS). Click here for more information about the CAONS.
Physiotherapy may include the following:
Our neuromuscular specialists also provide:
We provide care in community clinics, the home, special schools, mainstream schools and nurseries. The main sites for our clinic-based services are:
If you are worried about your child’s mobility or physical skills, you should speak to your GP, health visitor or another health care professional.
They can refer your child to us. Please click here for details of how to refer.
Unfortunately we are not able accept referrals from parents or carers.
Following your child's referral, we will contact you. We work hard to see every child as quickly as possible.
Children's Acute and Ongoing Needs Service
Tel: 01706 676 777
Fax: 0207 019 7419
Parking Available: Yes
Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm
Saturday, 8am to 2pm