Freedom Care Clinics Manchester is the latest addition to our portfolio of city centre healthcare clinics. We use osteopaths, senior physiotherapists and chiropractors to effectively diagnose and treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions and injuries.
Osteopaths are registered with the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC); they use a variety of techniques to improve bodily function. A Freedom osteopath can manipulate and articulate joints as well as massage and stretch muscles.
Chiropractors are registered with the General Chiropractic Council (GCC) and use precise joint manipulation as well as soft-tissue techniques to correct spinal posture and dysfunction.
Physios are registered with HCPC and are members of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP). Freedom physios provide full hands-on treatment accompanied with expert rehab exercise planning to accelerate recovery, they also use taping techniques to stabilise joints.
Our Manchester Clinic is based at Freedom Care Clinics, At Same Day Doctor, Fabric Building, 28 Queen St, Manchester, M2 5HX. Subsequently, we can provide in-house scans, GP appointments and consultant surgeon consultations within 24 hours. In addition to our core treatments offered, we also provide low level laser therapy, extra corporeal shockwave therapy and sports massage/ sports therapy.
Monday: 10:00 – 19:00
Tuesday: 08:00 – 19:00
Wednesday: 08:00 – 19:00
Thursday: 08:00 – 19:00
Friday: 08:00 – 18:00
Saturday: 10:00 – 13:00
|BEST VALUE OPTIONS||Sports Massage Therapy 30 min||Sports Massage Therapy 60 min||Acupuncture||Osteopathy, Chiropractic, Physiotherapy|
|Full Assessment & Treatment||£65||£65||£65||£65|
|Single Treatments||£45||£65||£55||Express – £45 Regular – £55 Extended – £65|
Additional 10% discount for students and senior citizens.
Daniel holds a Masters degree in osteopathy after graduating from Leeds Beckett University. Since becoming an osteopath Daniel has broadened his repertoire of techniques so that his treatments cater for all patients. He has certified qualifications in: acupuncture (dry needling), kinesio taping (RockTape), cranial osteopathy, shockwave therapy (ESWT) and low level laser therapy (LLLT). He is now one of the leading osteopaths in Manchester after beginning his career in Leeds.
Daniel takes a special interest in treating the shoulder girdle after enduring two long term injuries himself through weight training. He believes that a combination of osteopathic treatment and exercise education is the key to overcoming complex shoulder injuries and has written informative articles on the subject. During his time as an osteopath, Daniel has successfully treated many athletes and keen gym goers for dysfunction of the neck, shoulder and rotator cuff as well as other exercise related injuries.
Away from the clinic Daniel likes to keep active. His main forms of exercise include weight training and rock climbing/bouldering. Daniel has a keen interest in mixed martial arts and boxing; he has treated many competitive fighters.
Trini started her career as a physiotherapist in 2006 in Valencia, Spain. She went on to study osteopathy in 2010 and is now qualified in both practices.
Over the last 7 years she has worked in Spain, France and UK in both hospital and private practice.
She has a special interest in complex pain cases and postural correction.
Trini has undertaken further training in visceral and kinesio-taping. She’s committed to continuing her professional development by attending courses to ensure using the most up to date techniques.
In her spare time she likes reading and going to the theatre and the cinema. She also likes traveling, visiting new places and meeting new people.
Rod qualified from the Surrey Institute of Osteopathic Medicine and completed further training in western acupuncture. He has recently attended further training courses in the treatment of post-natal mums and in the management of chronic pain. Rod previously worked as a professional sports therapist and personal trainer before becoming an osteopath; as such he has a keen interest in sports injuries. He has successfully treated a wide variety of patients from international rugby stars to professional dancers, and teenagers with postural issues to senior citizens.
He suggests the most effective way of achieving the best possible results for patients is through a combined approach to patient management, which includes addressing factors relating to posture, exercise, diet and lifestyle in addition to his manual osteopathic treatment.
Rod is also involved in delivering the osteopathy MSc programme at Leeds Beckett University. When not working he is a keen (but very average) golfer and he also regularly plays badminton and football.
Luca was born in Naples, Italy, and was a professional skier before turning chiropractor after 5 years of study at the Anglo-European College of Chiropractic, graduating in 2013. As and ex-professional sportsman, Luca realizes how important performance and training are for a person, and how to prevent injuries; as a result, Luca has been developing his techniques following the teachings of Applied Kinesiology, Sacro-Occipital Technique, Sports Chiropractic and Extremity Adjusting, with his goal being bringing his patients out of pain and towards their maximum level of efficiency. Luca is registered with the British Chiropractic Association,the Royal College of Chiropractic and the General Chiropractic Council.
Karim qualified as a physiotherapist in 1989 in France. He became a member of the Chartered Society in Physiotherapy in 1991. He has over 30 years clinical expertise working in both private practice and the National Health Service. Karim worked for 20 years as a clinical director of his own private physiotherapy practice in London. His main area of clinical expertise is the assessment and management of acute and chronic musculoskeletal symptoms.
Karim is also a registered Osteopath having qualified in 1995 after studying at the British school of Osteopathy where he later went on to teach manual therapy. He was a visiting senior lecturer in Osteopathic technique and a clinic tutor at The Sutherland Osteopathic college in Paris. Karim has gained a post graduate certificate in classical osteopathy at The John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy in 2004.
Adrian has a holistic approach to help you with pain, everyday activities or improve exercise performance. He listens and provides you a better understanding of the diagnosis and the problems behind the symptoms visually and in a language you can understand. From the very first session Adrian develops a tailored plan for long lasting solutions and provides guidance outside of sessions to move and feel well.
Adrian has a passion for fitness and practises what he preaches when it comes to exercise and moving well. He’s competed in fitness bodybuilding competitions successfully, and knows what it takes to make significant changes to health when addressing the psychological and nutritional aspects, as well as the physical side. Because of this Adrian will often see avid gym goers, golfers, runners, bodybuilders and people looking to improve in their sport.
However, Adrian also sees all a wide variety of people of all ages, young and old, with a variety of other conditions where he helps to educate and motivate you to be the healthiest version of you.
MSc. (Hons) Osteopathy – Diploma in Naturopathy
– Medical Acupuncture
– Ultrasound Therapy
– Athletic & Kinesiology Taping
– Instrumented Assisted Massage
– Myofascial Cupping
– Level 4 Personal Trainer
– Lower Back Pain
– Pregnancy Related Pain
– Postural Rehabilitation
– Sports Injuries
– Corrective Exercise Prescription
– Sports Specific Performance
Chloé started her Chiropractic training in 2013 and moved to the UK to work as a Chiropractor in 2019. She studied in France (beautiful country, great food) at the IFEC (Institut Franco-Européen de Chiropraxie) but with a passion for adventure she decided to move to the North of England.
Chloé is an intuitive person, and a self-confessed perfectionist. She loves the complexity of the human body, and trying to get to the root of issues within and to treat areas in need of help. She loves to actively listen to her patients concerns, understand their goals and work together to find resolutions to their presenting complaints. She uses a range of treatment modalities such as manual therapy, spinal manipulation (clicking and popping joints to you and I), joint manipulation, massage techniques and exercise / lifestyle / dietary advice.
In her spare time, she loves to cook and is always looking for great spots to enjoy good food. She practices what she preaches and can often be found doing yoga and using the gym.
Chloe believes that it is important to have a good balance between what our bodies and mind needs. Chiropractic helps both sides of this, by enhancing your body’s potential to heal itself and push it to perform properly for every single movement, challenge and activity you undertake.