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Discover a breakthrough treatment for knee pain

Posted Feb 10 2012 3:37am

The makers of AposTherapy , an innovative treatment for knee osteoarthritisA disease mainly of the large joints of the body, as a result of wear and tear of the surface cartilage., are holding a free-of-charge Open House event in the West End of London this month.

An estimated 8.5 million people in the UK are affected by osteoarthritis (OAosteoarthritis), which is the most common form of knee pain. OA is difficult to manage and, with no cure currently available, many people opt for pain-relieving medicines or, in some cases, surgery to alleviate their pain. But now there is AposTherapy, a breakthrough treatment that is both non-surgical and non-pharmaceutical.

Developed by orthopaedic doctors, and founded on established scientific principles, AposTherapy is a personalised programme of care clinically proven to alleviate knee pain and improve mobility. Based on the premise that the development and progression of knee osteoarthritis can depend on the way you walk, AposTherapy works by analysing and correcting the way patients move.

This open house event offers an exclusive opportunity to learn from expert clinicians about this new way to treat knee pain, speak to former and current patients, and gain first-hand experience of the unique patient journey, including a free computerised walking analysis to see if, and how your walking patterns may affect you.

When?

Thursday, February 16th : between 5.00pm and 8.00pm
OR
Saturday, February 18th : between 10.00am and 1.00pm

Where?

AposTherapy
Bupa Centre West End
53 Mortimer Street
London W1W 8HR

RSVP

The number of places is limited – You can confirm your participation either by email to: information@apostherapy.co.uk , by calling 0203 178 6408 or online . Refreshments will be available. The event is free of charge and attendees are under no obligation to continue with AposTherapy.

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