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Core Fitness Hamilton

Location : Hamilton, ML3

Address : New Douglas Park,Cadzow Avenue, ML3 0FT

Contact : Call 01698 313 052 to make an appointment with the practice. Let us know if you need an evening or weekend appointment. Calls may be monitored or recorded.

Description : Our clinic at New Douglas Park boasts an extensive rehabilitation facility, enabling us to supervise clients exercise programmes during treatment as an aid to the goal of 100% recovery from injury. Our service is tailored to meet your specific needs from amateur through to professional level. Whether you re a regular golfer, runner or footballer or you simply visit the gym once or twice a week. Whatever you do, at whatever level, our aim is to provide expert treatment and advice in order to help you recover better and return to fitness and sport as soon as possible.

Specialities : Conditions most commonly treated include: Pulled Muscles, Ankle Sprains, Tennis Elbow, Tendon & Ligament problems, Knee pain, Back and Neck problems, Groin Strains, Shin Splints, Shoulder Strain.

Postcodes served : ML3



   

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