A BROTHER and sister team have opened a specialist physiotherapy and rehabilitation centre.

Jack Dixon & Hannah Butt have transformed the old Golden Fleece pub on Bell Lane into a modern, fresh and purposely equipped clinic.

The premises has seen a number of businesses come and go, most recently an e-cigarette shop, but once the ex-pupils of Bury Church of England High School saw its potential for a multipurpose healthcare clinic they knew it would be a success.

The centre houses a reception and two ground floor treatment rooms, a rehabilitation gym and studio upstairs, with disabled access facilities throughout the ground floor.

“Being born and bred in Bury, we always wanted to operate our business in the area; it was just a case of finding the right location. Once we did that, everything else fell into place” said Jack, who is the lead physiotherapist.

“These premises allow us to provide a number of first class services for our patients and clients; including physiotherapy, injection therapy, occupational health, golf fitness, strength and conditioning, massage therapies, Pilates, and more.” Business Manager Hannah spoke about how she sees the clinic evolving over the years.

She said: “There has been significant investment in converting the building to what you see today, and we take great pride in its rejuvenation.

“Our core values include a focus on social responsibility, developing our business to have a positive relationship with the wider community.

“We are looking forward to building excellent working relationships with local businesses in Bury and further afield.”

The clinic is open six days a week, with early morning and late evening appointments available.

The team can be contacted on 0161 641 3900 or info@deltaphysio.co.uk