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The clinic is designed to assess, treat, rehabilitate and educate local residents and sports people who are suffering from any musculo-skeletal problems and injuries.
The Police Treatment Centres is a registered charity supported by voluntary donations from serving police officers primarily in the northern forces of England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, but also from British Transport Police, the Civil Nuclear Constabulary and the Ministry of Defence Police.
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