Essential building works will be carried out at Arrowe Park Walk-in Centre

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Car park closure at St Catherine's Health Centre 

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If you suffer with pain, stiffness or weakness caused by problems with joints, muscles, ligaments, bones and the nervous system, receiving treatment from a physiotherapist or osteopath can help.


These problems could be caused by injury, illness, surgery, pregnancy, childbirth or ageing and under the care of our specialist NHS physiotherapists and osteopaths, we will assess and diagnose your problem and your treatment will be carefully planned in order to achieve the best possible recovery.


Due to the wealth of expertise within our team we are able to offer:



Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy

Our MSK service has a full range of treatments that can help retore movement and function. These include:
Manual therapy (hands on treatment)


  • exercise
  • home exercise programmes
  • acupuncture
  • electrotherapy
  • pilates classes
  • rehabilitation classes (back, shoulder, knee and ankle)
  • specialist gym
  • education and advice

Whether it's a series of manual therapy treatments or attending our pilates classes, you will receive a treatment plan tailored to you with the aim of achieving long term recovery. 


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Women's Health Physiotherapy


We offer advice, support and treatment for women through pregnancy and after childbirth. We work with Midwives, Health Visitors and Children’s Centres delivering a multidisciplinary approach across Wirral to:


Antenatal care:

  • relaxation and breathing techniques for labour
  • delivery positions
  • reducing incontinence risks
  • management of pelvic girdle and back pain 


Antenatal care clinics more
Location Day Time Telephone
Bebington Childrens Centre
Town Lane
CH63 8LD
Tuesdays 2pm - 4pm 0151 608 7013
Brassey Garden’s Children’s Centre
2 Brassey Gardens
CH41 8DA
(alternating months with Ganneys Meadow Children’s Centre)
10:30am - 12:30pm 0151 652 1916
Eastham Childrens Centre
Willington Ave
CH62 9EB
Tuesdays 9:30am - 11:30am 0151 327 3174
Ganneys Meadow Childrens Centre
New Hay Road
CH49 8HB
(alternate months)
1pm - 3pm 0151 677 9255
Hoylake and Meols Childrens Centre
Market Street
CH47 3BH
Wednesdays 9:30am - 11:30am 0151 632 4608
Leasowe Childrens Centre
Twickenham Drive
CH46 2QF
(alternating with Lingham Children’s Centre)
1pm - 3pm 0151 639 8923
Lingham Childrens Centre
Town Meadow Lane
CH46 7UQ
(alternating with Leasowe Children’s Centre)
1pm - 3pm 0151 678 8271
Pensby Childrens Centre
Fishers Lane
CH61 8SD
Wednesdays 6pm - 8pm 0151 648 4800
Rock Ferry Childrens Centre
Ionic Street
Rock Ferry
CH42 2BL
Thursdays 10:30am - 12:30pm 0151 644 5500
Seacombe Children Centre
St Pauls Road
CH44 7AN
Mondays 1pm - 3pm 0151 630 1845


Postnatal care:

  • recovering from pregnancy and childbirth
  • health education
  • women’s health / gynaecology

Postnatal Clinic locations and times more
Location Day Time Telephone
Bebington Health Centre
Civic Way
CH63 7RX
Tuesdays 2pm - 4pm 0151 641 5984
Eastham Childrens Centre
Willington Avenue
CH62 9EB
Tuesdays 11am - 12pm 0151 327 3174
Greasby Health Centre
Greasby Road
CH49 3AT
Wednesdays 11am - 12pm 0151 677 3679
Leasowe Children Centre
Twickenham Drive
CH46 2QF
Wednesdays 1pm - 2:30pm 0151 639 8923


Continence advice:

Pelvic floor strengthening exercises (including electrotherapy). We work closely with the Continence Service.


Women’s health antenatal and postnatal classes are available across Wirral.


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Neurological Physiotherapy


This specialist team provide assessment and treatment of people with disorders of the nervous system. This includes conditions affecting the central nervous system, such as Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis and Motor Neurone Disease.

We also offer treatment for the symptoms of dizziness and vertigo.


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Osteopathy is a specialism offered by our service. It is a manual therapy (different to physiotherapy) used to treat problems associated with the spine and other joints. Using our understanding of how the structure and function of the body relate to each other we will treat the underlying cause of the condition.

Osteopathy is most commonly used to treat lower back pain, neck and shoulder pain.


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What we treat


  • acute and chronic back and neck pain
  • sports injuries
  • arm and leg pain and stiffness
  • arthritic joints
  • sprains & strains
  • work-related problems such as repetitive strain injury
  • whiplash
  • muscle re-education and strengthening
  • neurological conditions such as stroke
  • balance problems
  • dizziness
  • falls



How do I get an appointment? 


If you think any of these servcies may help with your problem or condition visit your GP and ask for a referral to Wirral Community NHS Trust.  Your GP will advise you on what services are available and make the referral on your behalf.


We will then contact you to arrange a convenient appointment for your initial assessment.


Depending on your assessment, you may be offered a course of treatment and your next appointment will be booked for you before leaving the clinic.


We will report back to your GP regarding your treatment and any ongoing care.


At your first appointment your therapist will ask questions about your condition and how it is affecting you.  They will discuss what will happen during your treatment, as well as about any pain you might have.


You and your therapist will agree a plan of treatment and once this is agreed, your treatment will start.  Your first appointment will be approximately 1 hour and follow up appointments 30 mins.


Things to remember


  • Please wear comfortable/suitable clothing.  You may be asked to remove items of clothing to enable the therapist to treat you. For example, if you are attending for a lower limb problem, please bring a pair of shorts with you.
  • Please bring a list of any medication, if you take any.
  • Please let us know if you are unable to attend your appointment as soon as possible so the appointment can be made available for another person.
  • If you are more than 15 minutes late, you may be asked to re-book.
  • If you need to rearrange a booked appointment please call the number on your appointment card.



Contact & clinics

Contacting the service


If you need to contact the physiotherapy service please telephone:



Central Booking Service: 0151 514 2222 option 1


Where can I be seen?


Our clinics are available across Wirral.  When we call to make your appointment  we will explain your options and you can choose one that’s convenient for you. (You do not have to be a patient at the clinic to attend)


Many treatments are available in GP practices and clinics across Wirral, including:




Last Updated: Thursday, 20 September 2018 10:05

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