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:
He has lead the Medical Departments at a number of elite football teams including West Bromwich Albion, Fulham FC, Manchester City, Bolton Wanderers, Wigan Athletic, Burley and Sheffield Wednesday during his career, and was the England Under 21 team Physiotherapist between 2000 and 2003. In 2010, Nick made the move to Abu Dhabi to take the post as Medical Services Director at Al Jazira FC.
To read more about Nick's background click here.
Tessa graduated from Auckland University of Technology in 2013 with a Bachelor of Health Science in Physiotherapy.
After completing her studies and some travelling, Tessa settled in Melbourne and has spent the last few years working there, before moving over to Manchester to join Harris & Ross.
She has gained experience in private practice, aged care, sports teams and children with disabilities.
To read more about Tessa's background click here.
After having already completed a degree in Physiology in 2009, Thomas graduated from Salford Podiatry school in 2013 with a first class honours degree.
Prior to getting his degree in 2013, he endeavoured to further his interest in biomechanics in the Netherlands where he studied a masters degree in Human Movement Sciences in Amsterdam.
City Centre Clinic,
10 St John Street,
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.
Please contact our reception if you have any disability issues. We are on the second and third floor of the building and there is convenient lift access available.
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.