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HEAD ACHE PAIN

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NECK PAIN

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UPPER BACK PAIN

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LOWER BACK PAIN

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HIP PAIN

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PELVIC FLOOR PAIN

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KNEE PAIN

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SHIN PAIN

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FOOT PAIN

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“I have suffered with Vulvodynia since my early twenties. It took me years to actually get a diagnosis after many failed visits to see GPs, gynaecologists and urologists. I knew very little about the condition and was repeatedly told there was no cure. I had a burning/stabbing/broken glass type pain in my vagina and urethra. My bladder was heavy and extremely irritated by most foods and drink. Read Charlotte’s story here…

‘Life changing. Without Tim I wouldn’t have the build I’ve got now or the core strength I’ve got now. I would have had a lot of problems in my day to day life as a footballer.’

Toby WellsStoke City professional footballer

‘The nine months we have been coming here have been brilliant. I can see the difference. Neighbours say ‘I saw your husband running by!’

Mrs R. Wife of a Parkinson’s sufferer

‘It covers all angles, not just one specific thing. Not just interested in fixing one certain ailment but fixing the whole package, the whole structure.’

Jonathan Broom-EdwardsGB International athlete

What is very important in pregnancy is to have a strong core. I don’t think I was lucky in not having any lower back pain in pregnancy at all; I think it’s because we worked on the core prior to me getting pregnant.

Katya AudsleyPersonal trainer and mother

‘I booked an appointment at CiONE and can quite honestly say I have never looked back. I remember my first appointment meeting Tim and the first thing he did was just listen to me. I went right back to my childhood and discussed everything and anything that could have contributed to my condition. No stone was left unturned.’

Charlotte HowlingsChronic Pelvic ‘Vulvodynia’ sufferer