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The Back Pain Show

Posted on February 18 2015

The Back Pain Show takes place from 24th Febuary 2011 until 25th Febuary 2011 at Olympia London.

The Back Pain Show offers thousands of products, therapies and services for you to try and buy, with free seminars giving you access to the most eminent specialists in the field. You can get advise from top consultants and have the opportunity to participate in free classes such as Pilates, Yoga, Alexander Technique and many more. There will also be a variety of treatments such as Indian Head Massage, Oxygen Therapy and K I Energy 

Why Visit?

I suffer from back pain
  • Thousands of products, therapies and services for you to try and buy
  • Free seminars giving you access to the most eminent specialists in the field
  • 'Ask the Expert' advice from top consultants
  • The opportunity to participate in free classes such as Pilates, Yoga, Alexander Technique and many more
  • A wide variety of treatments such as Indian Head massage, oxygen therapy and Ki energy
     
I help sufferers of back pain
  • Free seminars giving you access to the most eminent specialists in the field
  • 'Ask the Expert' advice from top consultants
  • CDP Programme - a stunning two half-day stream of phenomenal musculoskeletal CPD masterclasses
  • Clinic Expo 2012 - Free entrance into the co-located show dedicated to healthcare professionals

 

When & Where

Dates:
  • Friday 24 February 2012
  • Saturday 25 February 2012
     
The Opening Times (both days):

10:00 - 17:00 (10.00am to 5.00pm)

The Location:

Olympia 2
Hammersmith Road
London
W14 8UX.

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