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We have treated acute and chronic sports injuries for many years using manipulation and acupuncture, and we have plenty of experience in sorting out those which don't settle quickly and which go on to become chronic. Our aim is to get you back to your sport as fast as possible, and we are delighted to welcome a new practitioner to the practice who brings different treatment methods for successfully treating acute and chronic sports problems.
David Rigg was a Physical Training Instructor in the Army for many years and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach. with an Honours Degree in Rehabilitation. He has extensive experience in rehabilitating injured servicemen through his work at Headley Court and at Colchester Garrison, but has also worked with athletes and sportsmen at a very high level.
For some patients, a combination of different treatments such as manipulation and acupuncture together will prove to be effective to get them back to their old sport or activity. For others the best approach may be a course of exercise and rehabilitation.
Between us we have personal experience of the following sports; Windsurfing, Sailing, Canoeing, Sea-Kyaking, Rock climbing, Cross country skiing, Marathon running, Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Fives, Rugby, Football, Weight Training, Cricket, Judo, Jiu-jitsu, Shotokan Karate, Isshinryu Karate, Crossfit. We've tried most things!
We have now partnered with Agile Momentum who offer personal training and coaching solutions. To see more go to Agile Momentum. Bringing to gather the knowledge and expertise of professionals from many different disciplines they will help to get you back on the road if anyone can!
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that the oldest winner of an Olympic Medal was 73 years old. John Copley won a silver medal in the last London Olympic Games in 1948, in the engravings and etchings competition. The oldest Olympic medallist outside the art competitions was Swedish shooter Oscar Swahn, who won his last medal at age 72.
The art section of the Olympic Games was dropped in 1954, because the artists were considered to be professionals, while the athletes had to be amateurs.