Harris & Ross Manchester Physiotherapy
Harris & Ross Manchester Physiotherapy clinic is the longest established clinic in the Harris & Ross group, and was the first practice opened by partners Jeff Ross and Rob Harris over fourteen years ago. Located on St John Street, our Manchester physiotherapy clinic offers first rate physical therapy, soft tissue massage, sports injury rehab and podiatry services.
The clinic is easily accessible for the array of business people working in the city centre and also offers business ‘pop ups’ to bring physio directly into businesses and premises in and around Manchester. The reputation of our clinicians is such that they regularly treat visiting bands/ teams/ casts and production crews for the eclectic mix of entertainment & sporting venues in the city.
Key practitioners at Harris & Ross Manchester Physiotherapy include:
Luke comes to us as a physiotherapist from New Zealand, having graduated from Otago University in 2013. He has also completed a post graduate diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy at AUT University, specializing in manipulation therapy.
He has previously worked for 5 years in a leading private practice in New Zealand and been the lead therapist for the New Zealand age group national football teams. This took him to two FIFA World cups and gave him the opportunity to work in many high performance environments, both in NZ and around the world.
Luke’s sporting interests involve football and endurance sports, such as multi-sport and Ironman.
For more info and to book in with Luke click here.
Having graduating with a degree in sports psychology in 2008, Ollie returned to study Podiatry at the University of Salford graduating with a first class (Hons) degree in 2014.
He has worked in a variety of private practices over the last 5 years working with everyone from elite athletes to children enjoying sport for the first time. He has just qualified with a PGCert in Podiatric Sports Medicine from Queen Mary University London making him one of a handful of podiatrists in the country with this qualification. This has allowed him to gain experience in diagnostic ultrasound, injection therapy, rehabilitation and orthotic therapy as part of any treatment plan.
Ollie has a particular interest in running injuries, assessing individuals biomechanics and how this can be a factor in injury development.
Harris & Ross Manchester Physiotherapy Clinic,
10 St John Street,
tel- 0161 832 9000
How To Find Us
Due to its central Manchester location, there are plenty of ways to reach us at St John Street. The clinic is easily accessible, with metered parking at the front of the building and several large car parks nearby.
Should you be arriving by public transport, there is the Deansgate railway station and G-Mex tram stop within walking distance.
We have a map you can download if you require further assistance, while if you have any questions for the team you can contact us by phone or email using the details on this page.
Manchester Physiotherapy Clinic Accessibility
There is ample parking directly outside the clinic (payable by meter/ council owned bays.) Our clinic is based on the 2nd floor, which can be accessed by the lift in main reception. All treatment rooms are wide enough for wheelchair access, unfortunately this clinic does not currently have any disabled toilet facilities.