What to expect

INITIAL ASSESSMENT

Your first session will last 1 hour. During this session we take a full history of the issue using some of the latest equipment and techniques to ensure the most accurate assessment

Some immediate treatment will be given to relieve pain and symptoms and we will draw up a management plan for the issue to discuss with you. At the end of this time you will have a clear view of the cause of the issue and what is involved in solving it and getting you back to full movement

FOLLOW UP SESSIONS

Any follow-up sessions you book will be last approximately 45 minutes and will use a combination of techniques specifically tailored to your issue with the aim of restoring and improving your movement

These are treatment techniques (deep tissue work, adjustments), rehab techniques (movement drills, exercises, stretches, k-taping, articulation) and coaching techniques (run coaching, agility drills, movement pattern reinforcement drills, and strength & conditioning exercises)

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