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Running is one of the easiest and most common ways to stay fit. Unfortunately, running injuries are common and can affect the hips, knees, ankles, and feet.   A running gait assessment can help to reduce the risk of injury by exploring any biomechanical insufficiency that may predispose you to injury.  Through digitally capturing your running gait frame by frame, we can identify areas that could lead to injury and effect your sporting ability.  Equally as important, we look at your training loads in order to ensure your body’s capabilities match the demanded load.

For more information on Running Gait Assessment or to book, please email



Osteopathy is a system of diagnosing and treating musculoskeletal conditions using highly skilled hands-on manual therapy techniques.

Using an in-depth knowledge of functional anatomy, your osteopath will help diagnose the likely cause of your symptoms and identify those areas of dysfunction which may be causing or contributing to your symptoms.

Taking a holistic approach and consideration of the intricate link between our musculoskeletal, neurological and lifestyle factors, we will formulate a plan to get you back to optional function. which may include advise on exercise rehabilitation and lifestyle modifications.

This approach can help patients in acute pain or those with more complex, chronic conditions. Osteopathic treatment may not be suitable for all conditions but we will always refer you to the right person should this be needed.

Common Conditions Treated:

  • Neck pain
  • Headaches
  • Back pain
  • Jaw pain
  • Joint and muscle pain
  • Spinal and posture issues
  • Shoulder pain
  • Facet joint dysfunction.
  • Pain related to spinal, disc and nerve issues.

An initial Osteopathy session will include a full musculoskeletal assessment, individualised treatment and a discussion of the treatment plan required.

Treatment techniques may include: soft tissue massage, myofascial release, joint manipulation & mobilization, exercise prescription. Dry needling can be provided as an adjunct treatment also.

We provide an honest caring approach to your care and aim to get you back to normal function as soon as possible.

If you have any questions regarding this service please don’t hesitate to contact us on: or 04 4481399

Our Osteopath:

David Eakins

Licenced with the Dubai Health Authority (DHA)


Pitch Ready is an innovative system that tests an athlete’s physical performance capability, with a focus on returning to sport following injury. The use of advanced technology and extensive industry research enables accurate insights into individual injury reduction strategies and rehabilitation analysis, allowing athletes to confidently return back to sport.

Key injuries Pitch Ready is most suitable for are:
• Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries.
• Knee injuries
• Groin and hip injuries
• Ankle injuries
• Lower limb tendon pathology.

Pitch Ready can be utilised for both the elite and non-elite athlete, including youth and open age players from a multitude of competitive sports. As Pitch Ready is focused on injury reduction and functional ability in sport, this testing can be aimed at athletes pre-injury to prevent the risk of injury and also post-injury to maximise recovery potential with a successful return back to sport.

Pitch Ready involves capturing real-time data from clinical, performance and biomechanical testing which generates a report highlighting key, actionable insights to help guide decision-making and rehabilitation management. This rigorous system provides:
• Research-derived and validated injury reduction strategies
• Cutting edge biomechanical risk analysis
• The ability to maximize rehabilitation efficiency
• Feedback on appropriate safe return to sport


Q. I have been doing my rehab elsewhere – can I still do a ‘pitch ready’ test?
A. Yes! We will ensure to get a full handover from your treating physio with regards to your injury. Once the test is completed, you and your physiotherapist will receive an in-depth report of the results along with rehab specific focus areas.

Q. At what stage can I complete a test?
A. This will depend on your specific injury and the stage of rehabilitation you are at. You can discuss this with a member of our team or with your physiotherapist/orthopaedic specialist if you have been receiving rehabilitation elsewhere.