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A Physiotherapist you can trust

Helen Brandreth MCSP BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy, PGcert Sports Physiotherapy


Senior Physiotherapist / Director



























Helen is a Chartered Physiotherapist, Registered with the Health Care & Professions Council (HCPC)


Helen's career began in 2001 working for Central Manchester and Manchester Children’s University Hospitals NHS Trust, gaining a wide variety of physiotherapy experience. Much of this time was spent specialsing in paediatrics working with children of different ages and with varying needs. Helen has always had a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions (problems with the muscles / soft tissues and joints either caused by injury or some predisposing factor of growth) both with adults and children.


As well as working for the NHS, Helen has gained a wealth of experience in the sports field with both adults and children. Since 2001, Helen has worked with Trafford MV Rugby Club. Helen also worked with Manchester City Football Club Academy for 3 seasons. In 2003, completing a postgraduate certificate in Sports Physiotherapy at Manchester Metropolitan University.


As part of her continuous professional development, Helen regularly attends professional training courses to build on her already extensive and effective knowledge and skills. Helen provides a wide range of treatment techniques and strongly believe in the power of hands on treatment. Acupuncture is a great form of pain relief and works well as an adjunct to other Physiotherapy techniques.


Helen trained with APPI to teach Modified Pilates in 2013 and has been providing popular classes since. This is a great addition to Physiotherapy training; allowing increased flexibility, mobility, stability and control of the body. This promotes better posture and function in everyday and sporting activities.


Helen is committed to providing the best evidence-based care to her patients with a pro-active, friendly and flexible approach, she strives to continue to learn and develop, in line with recommended medically-approved physiotherapy advances.