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Posted by Cameron Reid, Jul 11 2012 11:51PM

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How To Treat Sports Injuries

DATE: 8th and 9th of September 2012
VENUE: Dereham Norfolk
Contact: 01362 - 696079 or

Accreditation: FHT and Sports Therapy Organisation
This two day course would be most suitable to those therapists with a sports massage qualification. My courses are designed to teach real practical skills that you will use in your own practice. By the end of the course you will understand the main reasons for developing an injury, how to approach treating the injury, and learn homeworkable exercises for your client. Some of the more common injuries seen will be discussed, eg plantar fasciitis, muscle tears, achilles tendinitis, anterior knee pain, low back pain. I will introduce to you 3Dimensional stretching to the main muscle groups,and functional exercises that are much more accurate in there ability to spead up strengthening and the healing process. I will show you how to use foot orthotics and when to use them, plus useful taping techniques for common problems. A Certificate is awarded at the end.
If you are interested in attending or you have some further questions then please contact me at

Cameron Reid BSc(Hons)DO

also in:
Menzies - Strathallan Hotel
Date: 17 and 18 November 2012
To Book contact:
Susan Ramsden
Jul 21 2012 4:42PM
hi this course looks just what im looking for, but its far to far away from cornwall, when im already doing two jobs to make ends meet, would there be a simular course in my area, many thanks sue ramsden
Cameron Reid
Jul 21 2012 10:40PM
Dear Sue,
I am sorry but I have no courses running near Cornwall. I have had several therapists from the South West who have expressed an interest. If you wanted to find out ifthere were enough therapists who would like to do the course then I am sure I could arrange to come to teh South West.
Yours sincerely,

Cameron Reid
01362 696079

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