Whether it's a sports injury, rehabilitation after an operation or general aches and pains in your joints, physiotherapy can help with a wide range of conditions.

At BMI The Beaumont Hospital in Bolton we specialise in a wide range of therapies that can be used in conjunction with a treatment programme, including women’s health, acupuncture and Pilates.

99.3% of patients would recommend the physiotherapy department to friends and family.* Survey carried out by Quality Health from January - September 2016 based on 452 responses.

Integrated care

On your first visit to our physiotherapy department, one of our Chartered Physiotherapists will assess your condition and develop a bespoke treatment package specifically for you.

Our physiotherapists work closely as part of our integrated multi-disciplinary teams, meaning that if necessary, you can benefit from fast referrals and access to diagnostic technologies right away to aid treatment decisions.


Some of the physiotherapy services we offer at The Beaumont Hospital are:


Beaumont physioWe run weekly Pilates classes for those looking to improve balance, flexibility, core stability, and posture. Pilates focuses on strengthening the core abdominal and back muscles. 

Our Pilates classes are every Tuesday at 17:45 and are led by Senior Physiotherapist Jenny Sharpe. One block consists of 6 weekly sessions of 60 minutes.

The Pilates exercises have different levels of difficulty so that you can work to your own ability and there is a maximum of 6 people in one class.

AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill

Alter G treadmillAt BMI The Beaumont Hospital in Bolton we want to help you get back to what you love doing best.

NASA technology reduces weight going through your body from between 20% and 100%, allowing you to work on the treadmill without bearing full weight on lower body injuries or surgical areas.

We are able to help our patients walk or run in a safe, controlled and pain free environment in order to maximise their recovery or help achieve their training goals.

Conditions that are likely to respond well to physiotherapy incorporating the AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill include:

  • Knee and hip arthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Foot and ankle conditions