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 » Popular Conditions
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    » Back Pain / Back Ache
    » Slipped Disc / Sciatica
    » Headaches / Migraines
    » Neck / Shoulder Pain
    » Tennis / Golfer's Elbow
    » Rotator Cuff
    » Frozen Shoulder
    » Arthritis (Osteo-arthritis)
    » Whiplash
    » Trapped Nerves
    » Sports Injuries
    » Muscles
    » Stress
    » Cranial Osteopathy
    » Hip Pain
    » Knee Pain
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Sports injuries

We treat many types of sports injuries and have extensive experience in this field. Amongst the common injuries we treat relate to the

1 Neck/shoulder – muscle and tendon strains, rotator cuff injuries, supraspinatus tendonitis, Acromio-clavicular injuries (AC joint), fibromyalgia, torticolis, biceps injuries, tennis/golfers elbow, Repetitive Strain Injury (RSI), spinal injuries to the neck, disc injuries to the neck, trapped nerves in the neck

2 Knee/leg/foot - torn cartilage, torn ligaments, cruciate ligament damage, bursitis, osgood schlatters disease, shin splints, Iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome, quadriceps injuries, calf strain, achilles tendon damage (heel pain), foot and toe pain, sprained ankle.

3 Back Pain - spinal injuries to the back, slipped disc and injuries to the discs or spinal joints, trapped nerves in the spine, etc (see individual listings for back pain, slipped disc, etc )




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