Hallamshire Physiotherapy Ltd, Sheffield’s leading specialist physiotherapy clinic, is set to provide physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation for musculoskeletal and sports injury conditions, to gym club members of the Sheffield Wednesday Football Club Community Programme.
The joint venture partnership is part of a wider initiative by Hallamshire Physiotherapy to work alongside various organisations across Sheffield to improve access to healthcare for all, enhancing both physical and mental well-being.
Peter Thomason, Director at Hallamshire Physiotherapy said, “We are delighted to be partnering with Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme to provide more affordable and better access to physiotherapy. We look forward to helping members with musculoskeletal and sports injury conditions get back to full activity as soon as possible, with high-quality specialist treatment and rehabilitation from our therapists. We also welcome the opportunity to work alongside them on specific community initiatives.”
Sean Graves, Active Through Football Coordinator, at Sheffield Wednesday FC Community Programme added, “We are the football club’s charitable arm, established to support the development of cohesive community provision in the wider Sheffield area. Our Health and Well-being projects are dedicated to promoting physical and mental well-being in the community, and our partnership with Hallamshire Physiotherapy adds a vital aspect to this. We welcome the partnership this will provide to the programmes and services we deliver focusing on; educating, preventing, and supporting individuals to lead healthier and happier lives.”
Hallamshire Physiotherapy Clinic is Sheffield’s leading specialist physiotherapy clinic where patients are welcomed, assessed, and treated by one of the highly skilled and approachable therapists, each extremely knowledgeable, fully qualified and many who also treat patients at NHS hospitals.
The award-winning clinic formed in 2004 has over twenty specialist therapists, not just treating musculoskeletal and sports injury conditions, but also specialist areas such as neurological rehabilitation, balance and vestibular rehabilitation, respiratory treatment, and many other conditions.