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Full Body Assessment

Less pain, better movement

Good mobility cannot be underestimated. It is central to all areas of your life, whether you’re a high-performance athlete, partake in the occasional sporting activity, or sit at a desk all day. It can help with posture, athletic performance, and recovery from illness, injury, or surgery.

Good mobility starts with an understanding of how balanced your body is now. You may feel fine, but things can build up in the background and gradually turn from random niggles into aches and pains that impact your daily activities. 

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With my Full Body Assessment I don’t just focus on the point of your current pain. I look at all the major joints in the body to check your range of motion and determine if there are any underlying problems or weaknesses. We’ll discuss any injuries you’ve had (past and present) as well as capture your full medical history. We’ll then discuss what you’d like to achieve, whether that’s making daily tasks easier, reducing or eliminating pain, improving your sporting performance, or just feeling confident in your body again. 

Movement without limitations

Once we’ve got a good picture of your current levels of mobility, I’ll put together an exercise programme that is unique to you. This may involve a Pain Free Movement Programme, a Corrective Exercise Programme, or a course of AquaStretch assisted stretching sessions. 

At the start of your programme we’ll agree the outcomes based on the goals you set for yourself. Remember this is your plan and my job is to help you towards leading a pain-free life. 

If you’d like more details about how I can help you live the life you want and not a life in pain, then please get in touch. In the meantime why not take a look at some of my blogs where I share my expertise on pain management. Or visit my Resources page and my range of free downloads with some useful simple movement exercises you can do at home.

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