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Are you a female recreational cyclist and suffer from back &/or neck pain whilst cycling?

As part of a 5th year Sports Science/Sports Management studies at ECU, with the supervision from the Perth Integrated Health Clinic (PIHC), are currently looking for participants for our ground breaking study for a new method of treatment for alleviating back & spinal pain for recreational female cyclists.

Treatment is painless and non‐invasive and research into this type of treatment has indicated that it may assist in strengthening & stabilizing the spinal muscles that generally become painful & sore during & after cycling.

To register your interest & determine the selection criteria, please contact Kelly Seward at research@pihc.com.au or on 0418928338 or
the research supervisor Ian Wee at ianwee@pihc.com.au

Through the strengthening & stabilizing of the core & spinal muscles, it is expected that observation of some performance enhancement qualities in the subject’s cycling will be evident.

The pilot study is expected to commence 19th of August, 2009.

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