Depending on your injury, you may want to see a chiropractor. Chiropractors primarily practice manual therapy, with an emphasis on manipulation of the spine.
Specialists that have been recommended by Serpie members (shown in bold) are listed below. Members with additional recommendations are invited to email them in the same format.
Note that neither Serpentine RC nor its members may be held responsible for any diagnosis or treatment. Before engaging the services of any specialist members should satisfy themselves as to training, experience and insurance. If in any doubt you should consult your GP.
It is strongly advised that you double check the cost with the specialist before commencing treatment.
|W2||"I have been consulting Roger Reid for some 6 years now during which time he has supported me through 6 marathons and numerous other races plus various injuries caused by accidents or by training. I initially consulted him for help with long-standing back problems and he has successfully restored and stabilised my back so that it seldom causes problems now. He has however also successfully treated me along the way for a range of other problems including problems with feet, ankles, knees, hips and even ribs. Whatever it is, Roger always seems to know how to sort it out. His immense knowledge and experience of sports physiology is only too apparent and puts him in a different league from anyone else that I have ever consulted. On top of that, the fact that he is a keen runner and triathlete himself (not to mention being a Serpie) means that he has a particular interest in and understanding of running injuries. I would strongly recommend him. He is not the cheapest but he delivers great value." David Hinds
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