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Old 22nd September 2011, 06:23 AM
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Did anyone see the advert in The Telegraph (UK) today re Apostherapy?
www.apostherapy.co.uk
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I'm protected from such things, I read The Guardian.
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I've developed a new unique system based on scientific principles and approved by surgeons.

I like to call it RobinTherapy. I use computer generated gait analysis to look at abnormal patterns and issues stemming from pain.

I then use a patient focused customised system of treatment to resolve the pain via biomechanical moment redistribution. Taking away the pain helps to improve the gait and returns the patient to a more dynamically sound biomechanical pattern.

You may have seen it branded elsewhere as "Treating Patients".

What a pile of poo *honestly*
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Did anyone see the advert in The Telegraph (UK) today re Apostherapy?
www.apostherapy.co.uk
Any thoughts?
We briefly discussed this a few years ago: http://www.podiatry-arena.com/podiat...ad.php?t=16687
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Thanks Ian

I need to get better at searching for previous threads.

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