At Premier Clinic we have created a high quality practice of a professional clinical and aesthetic standard that is not available anywhere else in the North West. We provide private healthcare solutions to both the individual person or to businesses on a private basis.
Our clinics situated in Blackburn and Rossendale in Lancashire provide a one stop shop for all your health and wellbeing requirements, whether it be Podiatry, Physiotherapy, GP Services, Occupational Health, Massage, Fitness Classes, Personal Training, Psychology, Counselling and much more.
Our professional registered practitioners provide personalised expert services designed to meet the specific needs of individual clients, and supported with state of the art equipment for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
We help clients get back to full fitness following surgery or from short term or chronic injury using techniques of analysis and assessment, manipulation, conditioning and rehabilitation which offer the best chance of a return to normal activity.
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Clinic programmes are tailored to the particular needs of individual athletes and can include sessions on the cutting edge AlterG anti-gravity treadmill which enables runners to maintain and increase leg strength and endurance without the usual treadmill pounding.
All our specialist therapists are directly employed, trained and managed by us, guaranteeing a consistent service delivery.
The AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill supports your patients to walk or run in a safe, controlled and pain free environment, in order to maximise recovery or to help achieve training goals.
With muscle, bone and joint injuries being the most common causes of physical injury, our specialist rehabilitation and aftercare services play an important role in getting you back to normal activities.
Sports injuries occur typically due to overuse of a part of the body when participating in sport; runner’s knee and tennis elbow (not necessarily affecting tennis players!) are two examples. Other injuries such as broken bones, torn ligaments or tendons can arise from hard contact.
Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) is a new treatment which uses shockwaves to treat chronic painful conditions of the musculoskeletal system.
Physiotherapy uses techniques such as joint manipulation & mobilisation and soft tissue myofascial release to relieve pain and improve sporting performance, whilst sports therapy is concerned with the prevention of injury and rehabilitation.
The mechanics of how we move around essentially involve the interaction between foot, ankle, knee, hip and lower back, and pain arising in any of these joints can not only impede movement, but can be a direct result of incorrect posture or gait.
Podiatry is a specialist area of healthcare dealing with the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of lower limb disorders.
Common foot problems such as arthritis and bunions create significant difficulty for sufferers when it comes to finding suitable stylish and comfortable footwear.
Sports massage works on the body’s deeper soft tissue structures, softening, lengthening and stretching to ease and increase the range of movement. It encourages relaxation, increasing production of endorphins, mood elevators and the body’s natural painkillers.
Orthotics are medical devices that are used to alter or modify foot function and are designed to treat, adjust, and support various biomechanical disorders.