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Have a sporting event or challenge coming up? Physio-logical can help you..

How Physio-logical can help with your charity challenge or sporting event.

At Physio-logical we work with a lot of patients who are training for and taking part in a variety of sporting events, charity events and personal challenges. We initially ask you what your goals are, then we work together with you to achieve your goals. This could range from wanting to improve your fitness, reduce an ache in your knee or any other ache, pain or stiffness in your body, to be able to walk 10 miles to taking part in your first ironman or ultra marathon.The key is to reduce your symptoms then support you with a strengthening programme so you can cope with the demand of your activity or challenge.We offer physiotherapy, sports therapy, sports massage therapy and acupuncture services to support you on your journey and iron out those pre and post event aches and niggles.

Some of the incredible events our patients have taken part in recently include:

Walk the Wight

Weymouth Half Ironman 70.3

Tough Mudder

Walk the South Downs Way

Cycle the  South Downs Way

London to Brighton Bike Ride

Hebburn to Havant Bike Ride (500 miles over 9 days)

Hayling to Paris Bike Ride

London Marathon

Great South Run

Devizes to Westminster – Kayaking

Local sailing races

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Here are some testimonials from patients we have helped:

If you are struggling with your current training due to an ache, pain or stiffness, would like to reduce the risk of getting injured or just want some guidance about the best exercises or stretches to do to enable you to get to the start line pain free then Physio-logical can help!

You can book online, call 07835 712306 or email enquiries@physio-logical.net

We also love to hear from our patients after they have completed their events, so if you have a story we could share with others to inspire them as well we’d love to hear it, just drop us an email to enquiries@physio-logical.net.

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