PHYSIOTHERAPY, MASSAGE & PILATES IN HEBDEN BRIDGE

Personal, Knowledgeable, Professional

 

 

Welcome to Calder Therapies in Hebden Bridge, Calderdale

 

 
Calder Therapies is the Private Practice Healthcare Clinic run by Julie Lomax BSc, MCSP, HCPC registered.
 

 
I am a Chartered Physiotherapist, Massage Therapist and Pilates Teacher with many years experience of treating physical injuries & conditions, problems & pain issues to get you back to your sport, work and normal lifestyle.
 

 
The Calder Therapies clinic (previously known as Calder Physiotherapy & Massage) is conveniently located in the centre of Hebden Bridge, close to Todmorden, Mytholmroyd and Halifax and I carry out home visits as necessary.
I also run a small group Pilates class on Mondays 1-2pm, see the Pilates page for further details.
 

 

Latest Article: July/August 2018

 

 

What Matters to You and How Can I Help?

 

 
Physiotherapy, Massage & Pilates can ease, treat & help with many different health issues, a few of which include:
 

 

Back & Neck problems

Sport-related injuries

Joint problems & injuries e.g. shoulders, hips, ankles, knees

Lifestyle/posture-related issues

Stress relief & sleep problems

Headaches & migraines

Pre & post-surgery treatment & advice e.g. joint replacement, back surgery, fractures

Pilates teaching in a one-to-one or class setting

Relaxation

 

 
Whether you come with a specific Physiotherapy-related problem, for sport/deep-tissue/relaxing massage, to find out if Pilates can help make your movement easier and more comfortable or with an issue that requires a combined approach, your care will always be personal, knowledgeable and professional.
 

"How many treatments will I need?" "What do I wear?"

 
 

"How much will it cost?"

 
 

 

"After a soft tissue, myofascial release and manipulation massage, I was able to forward flex with much reduced pain, something yoga swimming and rest alone did not provide. Thank you Julie" - Sian

 

 
 

 
I write a topical article once a month and post it in the 'blog' section of this website. It's always interesting and informative - no one would read it otherwise :-) - is free to access and is my way of disseminating health and fitness information, helping you be informed and active in the care of your health. You can sign up here to have the article link dropped into your inbox once a month if you'd like to receive it regularly.