I am a Doctor interested in Neurosurgery, Sport Medicine, Neurology, Nutrition, Wellness.
A graduate sports therapist with 14 years experience treating musculoskeletal injuries. Fed up of the advice that some non-sports doctors and physios give out to runners!
2004. I work wit rercreational and elite runners.I own a great sports injuries and running specialist clinic with doctors, nutritionists, podiatrists, physios and masseurs in London
I was running on average 10 miles per night, running club twiced a week and doing sub 6 minute miles. 3 years ago i got injured, i saw doctors,sports injury specialists, acupuncter(sic), back
I started running just over two years ago. My doctor advised that as a coeliac I should start and do some high impact sport to reduce my chances of developing severe osteo arthititis. I have since
:43 (Austin, Texas) after the doctors told me that I needed a hip operation and that my running career was over. I was very upset because I was just getting faster and stronger. Well I stop running
sports and I was "too nice" to get involved in that sort of thing. I thought I could just go onto becoming a fairly sedentary Scientific Boffin at university and expect to reach life expectancy
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