Archive for the ‘sports massage Tamworth’ Category

Osteopath in Tamworth invited to support Clothes Show Live 2013

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

Tamworth osteopath has been invited to support the dancers, models and presenters at the 2013 Clothes Show Live in Birmingham in December.

John Williams and his massage team will work backstage behind the fashion theatre stage, treating dancing injuries and providing sports massage for the models and dancers in the fashion show.

Tamworth osteopath John Williams has been a regular at the Clothes Show for years and his services are always in demand

Check out the website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk for regular updates about the show in December

Tamworth Osteopath offers free consultations

Monday, September 3rd, 2012

Tamworth osteopath offers free consultations at Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Victoria Rd, Tamworth Staffordshire.  Atlas are having an open day on Saturday 8 September 2012 at their Tamworth osteopathic clinic and you can access free advice and consultations with one of our Staffordshire osteopaths.

Free Consultations with our Tamworth Osteopaths

Osteopaths in Tamworth have an excellent reputation and can treat back pain, shoulder pain, stiff neck, trapped nerves, sciatica, sacroiliac joints and muscle twinges

Osteopaths offer an alternative to a Tamworth Chiropractor for back pain treatment and can provide soft tissue work such as sports massage, manipulation of the spine and electrotherapy.

Telephone and prebook your free consultation with one of our osteopaths in Tamworth   01827 59943

visit our website  www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk 

Tamworth physiotherapist prepares athletes for 2012 Olympics

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Tamworth physiotherapist John Williams has been providing physiotherapy in Tamworth to local athletes who are preparing to compete in the 2012 London Olympic Games.

Sports massage and physiotherapy treatment prevent unwanted injuries so close to the competition which is vital in an athletes preparation.

Tamworth physiotherapist John works from Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth which has running and athletic injury expertese.

www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk/physiotherapy.html

The Tamworth clinic has an excellent sports injury clinic frequented by elite athletes and casual joggers alike.  Telephone 01827 59943 if you need help with an injury problem

Osteopath Tamworth is seeking a Sports Therapist

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

Atlas osteopaths in Tamworth have moved to a new location in Tamworth town centre and as part of their expansion plans are looking to recruit a sports therapist to join their multi-disciplinary team. As an alternative to Tamworth chiropractors the Atlas team offer osteopaths,physiotherapists,acupuncture and sports injury treatments

The running injury clinic will be moved to Tamworth and the plan is to be a sports injury centre of excellence for the midlands. Based in the splendid victorian house at 7 Victoria Rd B79 7HS the clinic will offer gait analysis, laser foot scanning and prescription orthotics.

Sports massage, sports injuries and sports therapy have an important part to play in supporting sports people and athletes and Atlas have the expertese in this area.

Visit our website    www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk

Tamworth Osteopath hosts Complementary Healthcare business workshop

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams who has other clinics in Atherstone and Birmingham has secure the services of James Butler to run a business development workshop in Tamworth.  James is the industry leader in complementary healthcare business development and is director of “Painless Practice”

The programme is being staged in Tamworth town centre on Wednesday 21 December from 9.30am to 1pm followed by a buffet lunch which is provided.

Anyone wishing to join the workshop can contact John Williams at the Atlas Pain Relief Centre on 01827 59943  or visit the website  www.atlaspainrelief.co.uk

The course is a CPD event and will cost £60 per candidate

Suitable for complementary therapists, osteopaths, physiotherapists, acupuncturists, podiatrists, chiropodists, sports therapists and sports massage therapists this workshop will show you how to grow your business and increase your client base.

Tamworth Back Pain Practitioner suggests caution.

Sunday, February 20th, 2011

Tamworth Osteopath and back pain practitioner John Williams of Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth town centre is disappointed at the way some back pain practitioners ask their patients to prepay for 24 treatments up front.

The Atlas Pain Relief Centre has a website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk  and their range of different back pain treatments can be viewed by visiting this website.

John suggests caution if your practioner suggests prepayment for 24 sessions during your first visit.  You may be better in 6 sessions and have overpaid or indeed may feel worse and have to endure more painful treatments that you would like. 

 This practice has come to light after a number of unhappy patients released this information.  Usually the patient is told they need 24 treatments to rectify their complaint and are told they need to attend for 3 treatments per week.  As an incentive to prepay for 24 treatments they are offered a discount.

Firstly this is surely bad practice and asking a patient on their first visit to prepay for 24 treatment sessions up front is taking advantage of people who are in pain and seeking help.

Patients can well have conditions that take longer to treat and some patients may,  over time, end up having this amount of treatment, however most back pain conditions would not require 3 treatments per week for 8 weeks.

At Atlas Pain Relief Centre their back pain practitioners offer a variety of treatment options for back ache, disc bulges, slipped disc, sciatica, trapped nerve, sacroiliac joint inflammation, twisted pelvis, and muscular twinges and the majority of their patients are pain free in 6 visits.  John said “Offering patients a discount is a generous gesture if they prepay for 6 visits but asking for prepayment for 24 sessions is, in my opinion, wrong”.

Tamworth Chiropractors, Tamworth Osteopaths, Tamworth Physiotherapists, Tamworth Acupuncturists and Tamworth Sports Therapists all treat back pain and the general public are often confused as to “who does what”.  It is therefore important that this practice does not contaminate the reputation of us all.  We do not want the public thinking that all back pain practitioners are the same. 

The majority of back pain practitioners do not operate in such a way and are effectively regulated by their respective governing bodies.  It is a comfort to patients that registered practitioners are regulated and that they behave in a professional manner.  Let us hope that this kind of protocol will cease and the reputation of our professions have not been damaged.

Osteopath Tamworth offers discounted sports massage treatments for 2011 London Marathon Runners

Monday, January 3rd, 2011

 

Osteopaths Tamworth from the Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Lower Gungate Tamworth town centre has set up a discount scheme for London Marathon runners.  Osteopathy in Tamworth is well established and the Tamworth Osteopaths at Atlas have been in practice now for 10 years.

The clinic has a website www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk  and the contact number is 01827 59943

Runners who are training for the 2011 Virgin London Marathon can now get sports massage treatments from experienced sports therapists and massage therapists who regularly see runners.

Regular massage is the key to help recovery after long training runs and will enable the therapist to uncover potential common running injuries.

Stretching and easing tight muscles is a great way to keep you running and reducing lactic acid deposits in muscles after training will help the muscles work better and prevent soreness.

Advice from running injury experts will enable runners get the most out of their training and help them achieve their goals.

Atlas Pain Relief Centre has sports physiotherapists and a sports podiatrist at the Tamworth clinic that can help runners with overpronation and provide prescription orthotic insoles.

Tamworth Physiotherapist has Kele le roc sing for him in Birmingham

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Tamworth physiotherapist John Williams of Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth was working backstage at the 2010 Birmingham Clothes Show and had a visit from singer Kele le roc who was performing at the Clothes Show. John who was providing physiotherapy, massage and sports injury treatments is part of the backstage support team.

Following a massage from the Tamworth physio and Sports therapist, Kele asked John what song he would like her to sing.

Kele performed “my love” in the treatment room backstage to the delight of the sports massage team and lucky dancers who were having treatment at the time.

Kele in Birmingham singing "my love"

Tamworth Physiotherapist John Williams took a team of massage therapists to look after singers, models and dancers at the show in Birmingham and is now a part of the backstage support team at the NEC event.

Tamworth Osteopath covers 2010 Birmingham Clothes Show

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Tamworth Osteopath massages the dancing team

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams was once again the osteopath of choice for the 2010 Clothes Show live in Birmingham.  December saw John and his Sports Massage team of osteopath, physiotherapist and sports massage therapists support the models and dancers in the Birmingham show.

The Atlas Sports Injury team were kept busy with a variety of injuries including achilles tendonitis, muscle strains, back pain, groin strains and tendonitis.  The Clothes Show team always appreciate the support of the Atlas Massage Team who keep them dancing and performing over the 38 shows in 6 days

Tamworth Osteopath sponsored runner gets success in India

Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams at Atlas Pain Relief Centre received a signed action photograph from Commonwealth Games silver medalist Meghan Beesley recently after her success in Delhi India

Tamworth athlete Meghan Beesley competing in Delhi 2010

Meghan has been looked after by Tamworth Physiotherapist and Osteopath John Williams for many years now and keeping her in tip top shape is now bearing fruit.  The Tamworth athlete made the senior final in the 400 ladies hurdles and scooped a silver medal with the ladies 400 metres relay team.

Meghan presented the signed photo as a thank you for the work John has done and support given during the months of training. Sports Massage is a regular treatment to prevent unwanted injuries  as it can serve as an early warning system by detecting niggles, soreness and sports injuries.

2012 is the target for Meghan who hopes to win a medal in the London Olympic Games.

Tamworth Osteopath website is www.tamworthosteopath.co.uk