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We are OPEN and here for you if you need us

Following the latest government guidance, we are partially open during tear 4 lockdown providing appointments to address an injury, condition or healthcare need.

Restrictions and Close Contact Information:

There is a restriction in place on close contact services, therefore:

We cannot provide any appointments that are not to address an injury, condition or healthcare - for example, a routine maintenance Sports Massage; 

Appointments will be kept as short as possible;

All close contact treatments (hands on) will be minimized as much as possible; 

Patients must wear a face covering when attending an appointment unless medically
exempt, this is to protect you, your therapist and the other patients.

Stubborn Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Stubborn Shoulder Impingement Syndrome

Shoulder complaints are the third most common musculoskeletal problem after back and neck disorders. The highest incidence is in women and people aged 45–64 years.    Do you get a sharp, debilitating painin your shoulder when you are performing tasks like...
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Achilles Tendinopathy Injuries in Runners

Welcome to our short special series of articles about running. Today, we bring you information and tips to stay free from Achilles Tendon and Plantar Fascia injuries and show you what to do if you are suffering from the condition. The Achilles tendon and plantar...
The 8 Keys to Preventing Running Injuries

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Welcome to our short special series of articles about running.Today, we bring you 8 key tips to stay safe and to continue enjoying your running time. With the summer season well and truly with us, many of you may be thinking of taking up this hugely popular pastime or...
Hamstring Muscle Injuries in Runners

Hamstring Muscle Injuries in Runners

Welcome to our short special series of articles about running. Runners are often guilty of showing their hamstrings no love, until they demand it. Hamstring issues usually arise because the muscles are weak. Long and weak or short and tight hamstrings all pose injury...
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