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Fit for Sport announces partnership with leading provider of Physiotherapy and sports rehabilitation services, Capital Physio, which will offer clients a wider range of services and more streamlined operations.

Fit for Sport has announced that its clinics will now operate as part of the Capital Physio network. All current staff will remain, so loyal customers can continue their much valued relationships with therapists.
Capital Physio will bring a wealth of expertise to every clinic, offering physiotherapy services at the clinics for the first time. Operations will be streamlined to make clients’ lives easier, by bringing booking services online and up to date. In another first, each clinic will now be able to accept private medical insurance clients in addition to self-funding clients.

Nick Gardiner, Fit for Sport MD, will remain head of therapy and rehabilitation. He says:

”This joint venture will allow us to offer clients a bigger and better service while retaining the level of quality and care that our loyal clients have come to expect. We would ask current clients to bear with us during the transitional stage and would like to reiterate that the partnership has been designed with them in mind.”

Joshua Catlett, Chief Executive of Capital Physio, adds:

“We are really excited to work with Nick and his excellent team to offer clients first class physiotherapy and streamlined operations. Like us, Fit for Sport is totally focused on building long term relationships with every client and treating them as individuals. We look forward to meeting new customers soon.”

Clients can be confident of a first class service, as Fit for Sport and Capital Physio both have a strong heritage in sports injury prevention and recovery. Nick Gardiner, Fit for Sport MD, has personally worked alongside professional teams including Tottenham Hotspur FC, GB Ice Hockey and London Irish RFC, while Capital Physio has been an official partner at highly esteemed events including the London Marathon and Nightrider.

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