Flex’s first in-house rehabilitation project has started.
Being specialist in sports rehabilitation, Detroit City Football Club got in contact to see how we can help with a long-standing groin injury.
Working with Hull University we have secured onsite accommodation for a 4-week intense rehabilitation course to get the player back to full fitness. Landing on Tuesday 27th of February they have 100% cleared on the anti-gravity treadmill and will be progressing to football-specific drills next week.
Working with professionals in this way is out bread and butter and as such can offer short or long-term in-house rehabilitation. Being ideally located on the campus of Hull University give us state of the art accommodation and a controlled environment. Helping them get back to their best as soon as possible.
To find out more about this type of rehabilitation get in touch with the team.
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