Neurological Physiotherapy in Greater Manchester

Welcome to Physio Matters Neurological Limited

Physio Matters are a North West physiotherapy service with over 20 years’ experience helping improve the quality of life for people living with neurological conditions resulting from disease, injury or accident.

Whether you’re an Individual, a Solicitor or a Case Manager
our experienced team are waiting to hear from you.

Find out how we have helped our clients and watch their rehab story.

John

Rehab support for spinal cord injury

Former professional rugby player John was 18 years old when he broke his neck during a tackle. Find out how Physio Matters has supported John’s rehab for over 20 years, and the importance of virtual treatment during Covid-19. Continue Reading

Michael

Improving mobility, fitness and strength

Engineer Michael was left on a life support machine after an accident at work which left him with a fractured skull and a traumatic brain injury. Find out how Physio Matters helped him improve his walking and build up fitness and strength. Continue Reading

Sam

Engaging young people with Cerebral Palsy

14-year-old Sam has Cerebral Palsy, which has affected his growth and development. Find out how Physio Matters is using fun activities including boxing to help Sam improve his strength, mobility and coordination.
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Richard

Maintaining mobility with Multiple Sclerosis

Richard is living with MS, reduced vision due to retinitis pigmentosa, and Type 1 diabetes. Find out how Physio Matters helped him to address his mobility issues and source new equipment to help him stand again.
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Tony

Regaining confidence and fitness after brain injury at work

Tony didn’t leave his home for a year following a brain injury caused by a work accident. Find out how Physio Matters helped him build his confidence and regain his quality of life through hydrotherapy and gym work. Continue Reading

Alex

Living an active life with Cerebral Palsy – and playing music too

22-year-old Alex was born with Cerebral Palsy and is a permanent wheelchair user. With help from his dad Les, find out how we helped Alex live a more active life – which now includes playing keyboard in a band.
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Latest News

Spotlight on Music Therapy and Neuro Rehab

Physio Matters’ latest Spotlight Webinar will explore the role of music therapy in neuro rehab with special guest speaker Daniel Thomas, Managing Director and Musical Therapist at Chroma Therapies Ltd. The webinar ‘Rhythm of Life? Music Therapy and Rehab’ will take place on Wednesday 12 May 2021 from 12.00pm – 1.00pm and is free to join… Continue Reading

Kat Joins as Neurological Rehabilitation Assistant

Katerina Holeckova has joined Physio Matters as a Neurological Rehabilitation Assistant, working alongside our Clinical Team of Neurological Physiotherapists and supporting our Neuro Rehab Coach. Katerina, known as Kat, joins the PM team as a full-time Neuro Rehab Assistant and will further develop our rehabilitation service to clients. This will ensure a consistent approach to… Continue Reading

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It's tomorrow! Take your free place alongside 50 brain injury professionals for tomorrow's Spotlight Webinar 'Rhythm of Life? Music Therapy and Rehab’. Find out the benefits of music therapy in neuro rehab with Daniel Thomas, Managing Director and Musical Therapist at Chroma Therapies Ltd. The webinar is on Wednesday 12 May from 12.00-1.00pm. Book now at: bit.ly/3xpMhHH ... See MoreSee Less
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Book now! Join nearly 50 brain injury professionals who’ve already booked their FREE place on our next Spotlight Webinar 'Rhythm of Life? Music Therapy and Rehab’. Find out about the role of arts therapy in neuro rehab and the many benefits of music therapy for adults and children with psychosocial, emotional or behavioural issues, with guest speaker Daniel Thomas, Managing Director and Musical Therapist at Chroma Therapies Ltd. Join us for the webinar on Wednesday 12 May from 12.00-1.00pm. Book now at: bit.ly/3xpMhHH ... See MoreSee Less
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