Harris & Ross Wigan Physiotherapy

Harris & Ross Wigan Physiotherapy clinic is based at Total Fitness in Wigan and has been established for over 10 years.
The clinic offers physiotherapy services, soft tissue massage, hydrotherapy and podiatry and has a large and loyal customer base of patients from all over Lancashire.

Key practitioners at Harris & Ross Wigan Physiotherapy include:

Stef Hurst

Stef Hurst

Stef qualified from The University of Salford in 2009 where she went straight into work for the NHS. Following on from the NHS Stef worked in private physiotherapy settings including NRL team Sydney Roosters.

Jo Seddon

Joanne qualified from Salford University in 2007 with a BSc Hons Physiotherapy and achieved an MSc Strength and Conditioning from the same University in 2014. Joanne has worked within both an elite sport and private practice setting.

Most recently Joanne worked in the role of Lead Physiotherapist for Manchester City Women’s Football Club, reaching the FA Cup and UEFA Champions League semi finals, Continental Cup Final and achieving runners up in Women’s Super League 1 over the 2017/18 season.

Thomas Johnson

Thomas Johnson

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.

Contact Details
Harris & Ross Wigan Physiotherapy Clinic,
Total Fitness,
Warrington Road,
Goose Green,
WN3 6XD,
tel- 0161 832 9000

How To Find Us

Our Wigan centre is easily accessible by car, and is located just off Junction 25 of the M6, on the outskirts of the town.

The Harris & Ross clinic is found on the ground floor of the building, and you can use the Total Fitness car park if required.

Wigan Physiotherapy Clinic Accessibility

We have plenty of parking available at the main entrance. Our clinic can be located by going through the main gym doors and turning left. There are disabled toilet facilities on the right hand side as your access the main gym building. All treatment rooms are wide enough for wheel chair access.