13 February 2017
Sports therapy eases Darlington's pain
A sports therapy guru has pledged to ban aches and pains from a North-East town.
Dan Leonard has joined Corporate Personal Fitness, the UK’s leading workplace wellbeing and fitness company based in Darlington.
His new sports therapy clinic based at the recently opened Corporate Personal Fitness Studio in Business Central, Darlington, takes place on Thursdays and weekends and is now open to the public.
Dan is on a mission to improve the health and wellbeing of the community and offers hands-on injury assessments, treatments and structured exercise rehabilitation programs.
With several years of experience running a busy clinic, he realised the most important thing to consider about sports therapy is that although aimed at sporting individuals, the assessments and treatments used apply to everyone, regardless of activity level.
Dan explained: “There is a lot of unnecessary suffering and it doesn’t need to be that way.
“People don’t realise what a good sports therapist can do. Sports therapy is not just to keep elite athletes in peak condition. It can help anyone with aches and pains.”
So, whatever injury you are experiencing, book a session and unlock your full potential.
The variety of conditions Dan can treat is wide ranging from muscular related issues to nerve related symptoms such as sciatica through to tendon/ligament related injuries.
John Harrison, director of CPF said: “As an advanced sports therapist, Dan is insured to carry out injury assessments and treatments including, but not limited to, joint mobilisations, trigger point therapy, electrotherapies, kinesiology taping, sports massage, muscle energy techniques and exercise prescription.
“We’re happy to welcome him to our talented team of health and fitness professionals.”
If you hold a private healthcare policy, you will be able to claim either the full amount or a contribution toward treatment. If you are unsure regarding your coverage please contact your health insurance provider directly.
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