Huddersfield Specialist Physio Practice

We are a Chartered Physiotherapy practice in Huddersfield specialising in musculoskeletal problems. We provide effective, expert treatment; fast!

With over 15 years of experience; to get you back to your best is not only our motto, but our mission. Our team of experienced Physiotherapists are trained to provide holistic assessments, diagnosis and treatment for all manner of musculoskeletal problems.

Our Physiotherapists use a wide range of Physiotherapy techniques including; manipulation, massage, exercise therapy, acupuncture, kinesio-taping, patient education and sports-specific fitness testing. We have forged strong links with local GPs, leading surgeons and other health care professionals to ensure that if your problem needs an onward referral, we can get you to the right place.

We are based in a modern Physiotherapy clinic in Shelley. We have 2 spacious treatment rooms, a welcoming reception area and a studio gym. We also have ample, free parking right outside our clinic.

At BJA Physiotherapy we prioritise you being seen in the right place, at the right time and by the right clinician; enabling you to get better and stay better!
 

 

To make an appointment or an enquiry please contact the clinic direct and one of our friendly staff will be delighted to help you get back to your best! 
 

Tel: 01484 605321 / email: info@bjaphysio.com

Opening times

 

Monday: 1pm – 8pm
Tuesday: 8am – 6.30pm
Wednesday:  10am – 8pm
Thursday: 8am – 6.30pm
Friday: 8am – 6.30pm
Saturday: 8am – 1pm

 

BJA PHYSIOTHERAPY - EXPERT TREATMENT FAST!

Approach

We are pleased to announce that following guidance from our governing bodies we are now able to reintroduce face to face appointments and offer hands on expert physiotherapy assessment and treatment as required.

 

We have done:

Full risk assessment on our clinic to identify measures to reduce Covid19 transmission.

Implemented all appropriate measures and trained all staff.

Provided PPE for both staff and clients as required following assessment.

Pre clinic telephone triage to be performed for all new appointments.

On admission rescreening for any new symptoms of Covid19 since making an appointment.

 

Our Approach

 

ASSESSMENT

One of our expert clinicians will spend time listening to your story and complete a detailed, thorough assessment of the problem area. After the assessment the clinician will discuss with you; your current pathology, the probable cause and your treatment options.


TREATMENT

Our expert Physiotherapists have a wide range of treatment options that they will discuss with your. These include; manual therapy, deep tissue massage, Acupuncture, joint mobilisation and exercise therapy.


GET BACK TO YOUR BEST

Our Physiotherapists will continue to work with your to achieve your goals and prevent reoccurance.

 

Fees and Payment:

 

All of our Physiotherapy sessions are carried out by a Chartered Physiotherapist and fees are inclusive of any Physiotherapy treatment you may require, including Acupuncture.

Initial Assessment and Treatment = 45 minutes @ £49.00

Follow-up Treatment Sessions = 30-45 minutes @ £49.00

Home Visits = 30-45 minutes @ £65.00

*Prices Effective from the 1st July 2021.

 

We politely ask payment to be made at the end of your session and we accept; cash, BACS bank transfer, cheque, debit or credit card payments. We are also covered by all insurance companies so please contact us for more information if you wish to cover your treatment using your insurance.

 

Accreditations

 

Insurance Companies we work with

 

We Accept the Following Payments

Our Team

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‘If you love your job you never work a day’ as said by Mark Twain apparently. That is the fortunate position Brendan finds himself in, this helps him to strive to maintain his work:life balance he feels is one of the key factors in succeeding in good health. Realising he wasn’t to be the next David Beckham helped him focus on pursuing a life in healthcare and medicine. A degree funded by the PFA (Professional Footballers’ Association) opened the pathway to enter the NHS and the excellent foundations there gave him the experience and drive to help people further and start work in the private sector. 

As the founder of BJA Physiotherapy in 2006, he now describes himself in the player manager role of the business. In charge of a business that is thriving whilst ensuring he still is managing a demanding and rewarding caseload is what he loves doing in his work life.

Closely linked to his work are his other passions in life: Family - Three fantastic children and his wife Katie is fellow company director, without whom he admits he would be lost! Lots of dog walking, watching sports, coaching junior football and now retired from playing football, he is playing golf when time allows!

Having qualified in 2008, I first started working as a physiotherapy assistant at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation trust, prior to securing a physiotherapy post. I completed 18 months experiencing different physiotherapy rotations, such as inpatients and community, before specialising in musculoskeletal physiotherapy. I work closely with numerous upper limb, lower limb and spinal specialists, building upon my skills, knowledge and management of a variety conditions.

I have also worked for a local national level rugby club for 5 seasons and have worked in private practice for over four years.  I have most recently completed a Masters in musculoskeletal physiotherapy and strive to publish this piece of work.

Away from work I enjoy exercise and running, although I’m not sure I’m very good at it, and spending time with my husband, family and friends.  I also have a little dog called Darcy, who keeps me out and about in all weathers, although she doesn’t like the rain much either!

An indispensable part of the team!

Practice Manager = accountant, secretary, receptionist, cleaner, cook, drinks maker, designer, the list could go on. As with all business owners you wear many hats and Katie suits them all!!

Previous work in Nursery Nursing and management, followed by beauty therapy employment helps with the demands of private practice. Loves helping people and always willing to assist any enquiries. When not at the clinic enjoys the simple family life, the demands of a husband and teenage children and now extended by the addition of a second dog!

I qualified with a BSc in Physiotherapy in 2016. After qualifying I began my career at Huddersfield and Calderdale NHS Trust, where I completed my rotations before specialising in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. In 2018, I took on a senior post at South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Trust and I started to work part-time at BJA Physiotherapy. In April 2021, I accepted a full-time post working alongside Brendan at BJA Physiotherapy.

Since qualifying, I have undertaken further training and I am fully qualified to teach Pilates and Yoga. I am also fully qualified in Acupuncture.

Outside of work I’m a keen yogi (I’m usually found balancing upside down!!) and I also try to keep fit with spinning and (very occasionally) running.

Meet the lovely Michelle. Michelle has been with us for the last 2 years and is the first face you see when entering the clinic. She works tirelessly on reception booking all of your appointments, keeping the clinic clean and tidy and is always on hand to make sure your visit is welcoming and seamless.

In her free time Michelle loves keeping fit; going to the gym, practicing yoga and walking her lovely dog Pippa.

I moved from Ireland to the bright lights of Huddersfield in order to complete my physiotherapy degree in 2005. I stuck around having met my husband and starting a family over here. In 2015, I completed my masters degree in Advanced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Practice and I have since published a research article in The International Rehabilitation Journal.  I’ve been happily working with the team at BJA Physiotherapy since 2013 and currently split my time between here and working for the NHS.

I spend a lot of my free time with various friendship groups and extended family. Though with two young children, free time is a rare commodity!

I qualified with a BSC in Physiotherapy in 2017 and started work within the NHS soon after. I completed my rotations within the NHS and then specialised in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. I’ve been with the BJA team since 2019 and currently split my time between here and a senior role with South West Yorkshire NHS Trust.

In my spare time I enjoy running, climbing mountains and being outdoors.

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Phone:

01484 605 321
07886 719 739


Email:

info@bjaphysio.com


Address:

BJA Physiotherapy
The Mill, 150 Penistone Road, Shelley, Huddersfield, HD8 8JQ