Back To Active Osteopathy - Farnham, Surrey GU102AY

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Address:
Crooksbury House Lodge, Crooksbury Road Farnham
Surrey GU102AY

Phone:
01252 782914

Email:
info@backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk

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07946 167161

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We work locally in Farnham, Aldershot and Godalming providing Osteopathy, Sports Massage, Exercise Rehabilitation and Medical Acupuncture & Dry Needling. We offer discounts to armed forces personnel and occasionally offer 1/2 price months.

Back To Active Osteopathy is located in the Farnham area of Surrey. There are at least 2 other listings in the GU102AY postcode area.

Osteopaths in Surrey GU102AY

Number of Employees: 1

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7/29/2017 7:06:06 AM
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10 Tips to Prevent Sports Injuries http://backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/10-tips-prevent-sports-injuries/
7/27/2017 5:29:53 AM
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10 Tips to Prevent Sports Injuries https://www.backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/10-tips-prevent-sports-injuries/
6/12/2017 9:53:51 AM
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To help prevent injury it is important to do some exercises to help strengthen the rotator ruff, muscle controlling the shoulder blades and core muscles. Bellow are 7 good exercises that target these key muscle groups. Swimmers should try and do these exercises 2-3 times per week, they only should take around 15mins to complete and can all be done with a little bit of floor space and a theraband. [ 565 more words ] https://www.backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/7-exercises-every-swimmer/
5/23/2017 1:26:41 PM
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10 Daily Habits to Stop Back Pain https://www.backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/10-daily-habits-stop-back-pain/
5/11/2017 11:30:22 AM
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Swimming with correct technique is vital to prevent swimmers shoulder. In freestyle and butterfly, the two stokes most linked to the development of swimmer’s shoulder, the swimmer should aim to adopt a technique is not only efficient and fast but also unloads the rotator cuff muscles as much as possible. See below for a quick recap of the rotator cuff muscles. [ 291 more words ] http://www.backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/swimming-technique-prevent-swimmers-shoulder/
5/4/2017 1:47:02 PM
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We are expanding! Back to Active Osteopathy will now be available in Newbury, West Berkshire at the West Berkshire Holistic Health Centre on Wednesday afternoons For more information or for appointments please contact us though the contact page or contact West Berkshire Holistic Health Centre and ask about Osteopathy. http://www.backtoactiveosteopathy.co.uk/new-clinic-times-newbury/
4/27/2017 2:42:37 PM

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