Posts Tagged ‘laser foot scanning’

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 is looking for an apprentice!

Monday, March 8th, 2010

 

The human spine explained

The human spine explained

Tamworth Osteopath John Williams is looking to find an apprentice. 

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 John who is the Clinic Director of Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth, Staffordshire is a registered Osteopath and registered Physiotherapist who has many years experience in treating and lecturing about Sports Injuries.

The entry requirements will be –  that the applicants must have a recognised qualification that enables them to have insurance to provide hands on work for members of the public.

The applicants must be prepared to work long hours, intensive  one to one training, for 12 months.  During this period there will be no paid work.  Hours will likely be 9am -7pm for 5 days per week.

There will be a non refundable training fee payable of £3000 which is paid up front.

The benefits will be:

One to one tuition for 12 months with Osteopath, Physiotherapist, Podiatrist and Sports Therapist learning all aspects of musculo-skeletal treatment techniques, examination and testing of joints and spine, soft tissue techniques, electrotherapy, massage, sports injury diagnosis and treatments, exercise prescription and rehabilitation, biomechanical evaluations, laser foot scanning, video gait analysis and later may progress to manual manipulation of spinal segments.

At the end of the 12 months training period, provided the expected standard is achieved, the candidate will be offered full time paid employment.

This is only suitable for a serious candidate who wishes to learn advanced therapy skills from a collection of professions.  At the end of the training it would be expected that the candidate will gain a wealth of experience in treating patients within a busy clinic setting.

Contact John Williams  at jwosteopath@yahoo.com  stating your reasons for applying and attach a copy of your CV.