Teaching & Training for you to be pain-free!

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We work hard to train & teach the next generation of Physios to help you!

Watch & Read more…

How we Teach & Train your physio…

Hi there everyone, George here from the Markland Clinic.

In this short blog, I want to tell you a little more about what we do here in the Markland Clinic and how we train the next generation of Physios to help you be pain-free.

We run a graduate placement program which gives students a 10-week intensive training program here in the Markland Clinic.

At the moment we have Madeleine and Leah working with us and you’ll see them around the clinic.

We don’t just teach the next generation of physios!

Teaching is a huge part of the physio profession. But we not only teach graduates, we also teach you aswell!

We aim to give you the skills to manage your conditions and live pain-free as well as teach the latest techniques to the next generation physios.

We work constantly to keep ourselves and the clinic up to date to provide the best possible service and care to you!

We love feedback…

We love getting feedback on how we are doing and if you see Madeleine or Leah on one of your visits they would love to get your feedback as well.

Get in touch…

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch on 01285 654059 or just drop us a message on any of our social media channels. Facebook / Instagram / LinkedIn / Twitter

If you have had any pain or injury get in touch with us today and let us help you to recover, re-gain your movement and be pain-free!

Why not check out our What Hurts? page. We have advice for each part of the body. If your shoulder hurts simply Click here.

Thanks for reading

George Stacey Stevens

Physiotherapist, The Markland Clinic

George Stacey Stevens

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