Posts Tagged ‘Sports Therapists’

Solihull Osteopath plans sports therapy training academy

Monday, February 3rd, 2014

Solihull osteopath John Williams will be launching Sports Therapy training courses in 2014.  Aimed at Sports Therapists who have graduated from College or University, the Atlas Sports Therapy Academy will be training to upgrade their skills and make them more employable.

Think of it as a finishing school for sports injury graduates.  Sports Injury treatments are very specific and the newly qualified sports therapy graduate often lacks the practical training to operate in the work place.

Atlas will fill in the blanks and polish the students so they will be able to work successfully in the industry.

Details will be posted on the Atlas Facebook Page  Atlas Pain Relief Centre  

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www.solihullosteopath.co.uk

Solihull osteopath hosts complementary therapist workshop

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

 

 

Solihull Osteopath hosts a workshop for complementary therapists in Tamworth.  Designed to show you how to grow your business through referrals and increase patient numbers this workshop is suitable for anyone who wants to run their own private clinic

The workshop is on Wednesday morning on 21 December 2011 between 9.30 and 1pm in Tamworth town centre in Staffordshire.

  Cost including a buffet lunch afterwards is only £60

John is the Clinic Director of Atlas Pain Relief Centre which has 3 branches of musculo-skeletal clinics in the midlands.  He has arranged for Complementary Therapy business coach James Butler to provide training in how to grow your business by increasing and retaining patients numbers in your practice.

James is an established business coach and specialises in providing support for complementary health practices.  Chiropractors, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Acupuncture practitioners, Podiatrists, Sports Therapists and Complimentary Therapists can all benefit from building a successful business and increasing patient numbers.  This workshop will give you the tools to do this.

James Butler from “Painless Practice” will be leading this workshop.

  • Designed to look at ways you can increase the number of treatments through referrals
  • Increase your patient visit average
  • Generate more interest by communicating more effectively with patients
  • Attract your ideal patient
  • Empower and motivate your associates

This workshop will be a very useful CPD event and is being hosted by Atlas Pain Relief Centre in Tamworth

If you wish to attend  –  contact Carole Ann Carlton on  01827 59943

Note –  Please book early as places are limited