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Aug 16

Sports Corrective Therapy Ltd

Sports Corrective Therapy LtdThe Grantchester Charity Runs are delighted to welcome their new supporter, Sports Corrective Therapy Ltd. Sports Therapist. Natalie Harman founder of Sports Corrective Therapy Ltd will be on site on Sunday October 9th to offer injury consultations, massage and sports taping, raising money for our designated charities, ACT and EACH.

SCT have a great website which describes the company and their specialties and expertise. Here’s a short extract…. Sports Corrective Therapy is a friendly sports injury clinic in Cambridge and was founded by Natalie Harman who is a highly qualified Sports Therapist. In the past Natalie has worked in a busy clinic environment looking after lots of injured runners, cyclists, and loads of different sports and non-sports people. She treats people with lower back pain, heel pain, hip pain, knee pain, shoulder pain and pelvic pain. That’s a lot of pain! She enjoys most sports but her passion is playing football. She has played for various football clubs in the past with her most recent being Bar Hill Ladies FC.

Natalie believes in taking a holistic approach and fixing the cause of the pain as well as the symptoms. After all, the human body is all connected and one area of the body can cause pain in another region of the body. She will listen to you and make sure the assessment process runs thoroughly to get to the root of the problem.
Her mission is to produce a specialised treatment and rehabilitation program to meet your needs, whether that is an acute or chronic injury, a tiny niggle or a long-standing irritating pain. She can also help you get ready for those sports competitions.

Sports Corrective Therapy Ltd, Unit 2, Copley Hill Business Park, Babraham, Cambridgeshire, CB22 3GN
07746897647, natalie@sportscorrectivetherapy.co.uk

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