42d Liverpool Road, Birkdale,

Southport. PR8 4AY

Tel: 01704 550977

Sports Injury Centre


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Birkdale Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre can help you with
muscle pain, joint pain and sports injuries

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David Wordsworth


Our Services

Soft Tissue Therapy

Electively soft tissue therapy and sports massage are very similar. However the benefits are not solely directed at sporting injury. Therefore soft tissue therapy offers a more inclusion name. The therapy offers help and support for many muscular skeletal injuries and issues.

Various massage techniques are used to offer a remedy to a range of muscular injury and dysfunction. Soft tissue therapy can be painful during the treatment session. Often described by patients as good pain, you can feel the benefits even though the session may be painful in parts. It is part of the therapist’s skill and technique to understand the issues presented and the individual’s pain thresholds and to manage these in the most effective manner possible.

Soft tissue therapy can be used for a number of different conditions listed below are just a few to give you an idea.

When leaving for home it is imperative that you take with you the principles of self help. Maintaining a good posture managing your own body and insuring you act promptly if the symptoms flair up again.

Sports Injuries

Team Sports and Exercise Medicine is a unique sports medicine clinic specializing in the diagnosis, treatment prevention, and rehabilitation of sports injuries. Being injured or not performing to your best can be a very frustrating experience. Downtime whether your interest is personal or professional only adds to the difficulties. We therefore ensure your treatment process is of the highest standard utilizing the full range of expertise available to aid you to a full recovery.

Over use and incorrect use are common causes of sport and exercise injuries. Newton’s law of force applies to the body as with all other objects. If the force generated is greater than the body part can structurally withstand, an injury will occur. This can be as a direct result of impacted or non impacted. Changes of direction movement patterns and changes in environment are all potential contributing factors to injury. These injuries are known as acute. Injuries caused by overuse are it training or participating are often referred to as chronic. In so much that they have been an issue for a longer period of time.

This is a list of some of the more common injuries. Don’t be alarmed these are but a few there a vast number of varying injuries. It is always advisable to have any injury fully checked out. So please contact before taking any action the earlier the better.

Ankle Sprain

Achilles tendonitis  

Back Pain

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Chronic lower back pain

Tennis Elbow


Groin Strain Hamstring

Strain Knee joint Injury

Patellofemoral pain


Runner’s Knee

Shoulder Injury

Warm Up and Stretching