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Medicare Reading Clinic – Launches New Physiotherapy Service.


“Medicare Reading – Putting you on the path to healing and recovery.”

Location: Reading,

Medicare Reading Clinic – Launches New Service.
Reading, March 25, 2013: Medicare Reading – Putting you on the path to healing and recovery.

Injuries from sports, work, DIY, repetitive overuse, muscle pain, or arthritis can hinder ability to work and play for days, weeks, and even months. That is why, Medicare Reading Clinic, now offers the services of Stefan Borowy, an experienced and highly qualified Senior Physiotherapist who, with a combination of physiotherapy and rehabilitation exercises, seeks to speed up the process of healing, repair and recovery.

Stefan has been providing expert physiotherapy care for 25 years. Starting in Poland, moving to the United States and now in England, Stefan has treated clients with physical disabilities and functional limitations in both private and public physiotherapy clinics, hospitals, care homes and at home. http://www.oxfordprospect.co.uk/Medicare-Reading-Clinic-Launches-New-Physiotherapy-Service.html

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