Injury Specialists in Oxford

Sports Injury Specialists in Oxford

Oxford University rowing and the boat race is probably the most well known of sports associated with Oxford however tennis, golf, triathlon, and football to name but a few are also very popular with great clubs. Whether you are part of a club or just play for fun or to keep fit in your spare time and have picked up a niggle or an injury then Sports Injury Fix is the website for you.


We have thousands of listings of sports injury clinics and professionals that can help with whatever you want whether it is to prevent injury or diagnose and treat conditions such as shoulder, neck or back pain. Sports Injury Fix can be used to search the Oxford area to find the right person for you.


Find Oxford Sports Specialists & Therapists

Here are few quick links to help you find your local sports injury specialists.


Services In Oxford

Mill Court Clinic

Osteopaths detect, treat and prevent health problems by moving, stretching and massaging muscles and joints.They look at the body as a whole with an aim to redress imbalances to alleviate symptoms. Sessions are likely to include passive joint movements, neuromuscular techniques and high-speed adjustments. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.

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inSpires Sports Therapy Clinic

Sports Injury and Therapy Clinic We provide: - Sports Injury Assessment, Treatment & Management - Gym/Exercise/Fitness Programming - Sport-Specific Rehabilitation - Mobilisations - Ultrasound Therapy - Taping & Strapping

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Cane Osteopathy

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TOPS

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Hinksey Heights Chiropractic Clinic

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Oxfordian Osteopathy

Osteopaths detect, treat and prevent health problems by moving, stretching and massaging muscles and joints.They look at the body as a whole with an aim to redress imbalances to alleviate symptoms. Sessions are likely to include passive joint movements, neuromuscular techniques and high-speed adjustments. Please contact us for further details of how we can help.

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