Cardiff Sports Clinic
There are two sides to running – putting in the miles and recovering from the effort. Our clinic helps you realise your great potential by providing training and recovery tools.
More about the Run and Become Clinic
Our qualified and experienced sports practitioners are all brilliant in their fields, and love to help you run better, recover faster. If you're unsure which treatment you need just call us on 029 2023 2346 and let our team guide you in the right direction.
Conditions we treat
Our experienced practitioners provide a variety of treatments, designed to help you understand your condition and to speed up your recovery; whether it’s back pain, knee injury, sports or work related conditions, or preventative injury advice you are looking for. If you have difficulty determining which practitioner will be the best for your condition, please call us so we can guide you to the most ideal practitioner for you.
What to bring to your appointment
We advise that you wear/bring comfortable shorts, leggings or trousers to your appointment, and if your injury is to the lower limbs then it's also very useful if you bring along your current running shoes.
All information collected in relation to our events and Run and Become Clinic is used for the sole purpose of addressing your needs. We respect your privacy and we do not pass on any customer information to third parties.
We at Run and Become we are passionate about helping runners make the most of their exercise, and enjoy it to the full. We take great care to determine the perfect running shoe for each customer, and our events and training sessions are there to inspire and enhance the running experience.
We see the Run and Become Clinic is an extension of our services to the running community. We love to work with like-minded experts and build a team of excellence that can take care of runners when they experience injury or simply need some help to achieve their running goals.
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