The Chartered Physiotherapists at our Barbican clinic diagnose, manage and treat disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system. They are experienced in the treatment of post-operative orthopaedic conditions, fractures, acute and chronic sports injuries, athritis, sprains, strains, back and neck pain and other spinal conditions.
Services offered at our Barbican clinic;
- Joint and spinal mobilisation/manipulation
- Ergonomic Assessment
- Biomechanical Assessment
- Injury Prevention and Functional Movement Screening
- Sports Massage
- Myofascial release and soft tissue mobilisation
- Low Back Care advice
- Chronic Pain Management
- Sports/Work specific rehabilitation
- Occupational Health support
We fully understand that cost is often a concern for patients paying for private physiotherapy, and that worry can often be detrimental to your recovery. For that reason our physiotherapists will build a physiotherapy treatment plan around your wants and needs, always looking for the most cost effective way to manage your symptoms.
Atherapy Barbican ensures all of its clinicians are regulated by the Health Professions Council and are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, providing you with safety and security in your treatment.
To book an appointment or consultation please call our national booking line:
Tel: 0113 2246640
or contact us using our contact form
Barbican Physio - Chris Whittle
- MCSP HPC Reg. BSc (Hons)(PT) BSc (Hons)
Former professional footballer Chris Whittle leads the Barbican team and holds a bachelor of science from two of the country’s leading universities. Following a number of years at Blackburn Rovers Football Club he completed a Sports Science degree at the world renowned Loughborough University in 2000, going on to complete his physiotherapy degree at the University of Southampton.
Chris’ background in the elite environment is the foundation of his practice, reflected in his treatment results. His interests include sports medicine, post-operative rehabilitation and injury prevention. Chris is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy and is registered with the Health Professions Council.
In his spare time Chris pursues an active interest in clinical research. He has completed projects for the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and in June 2011 Chris will be presenting some of his work at the World Confederation for Physical Therapy in Amsterdam.