What we do:
- Assess and treat sporting and non sporting injuries.
- Provide tailored rehabilitation programmes, designed specifically for you and your injury.
- Provide a range of treatments (below) to aid in the recovery of your injury.
What Treatments Do We Offer?
- Soft tissue therapy
- Deep tissue massage.
- Soft tissue release.
- Joint mobilisations.
- Spinal mobilisations.
- Kinesio Taping.
Who Do We Treat?
- All sports from track and field to distance runners, teams sports to gymnasts, swimmers and martial artists.
- Not an athlete? You do not have to be an athlete to visit the clinic, any treatment will be tailored to your personal requirements.
Running Injuries Clinic
Whether training for a marathon, your first 10k or you just run for the fun of it; running injuries can be from a niggle to debilitating pain. It’s important to get them checked out and my aim is to get you back running as quickly and safely as possible. The are different ways I can help including: musculoskeletal screening, gait analysis and manual therapy treatments.
Common Injuries Treated Included:
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome (runners knee)
- Plantar heel pain (plantar fasciopathy/fasciitis)
- Achilles tendon pain
- Other tendon issues (posterior tibial tendon disorder, patellar tendinopathy)
- “Shin Splints” (medial tibial stress syndrome, compartment syndrome)
- Hip injuries (gluteal tendon pain, hip flexor injuries)
- Advice on training load management, prevention of over-training.
- Full body video analysis and assessment of your running technique.
- Cadence assessment for your chosen pace (usually steady run pace).
- Musculoskeletal screening and functional assessment – this is to complement the video analysis and enables us to develop the most suitable strength and conditioning programme for you.
- A full report on the findings of the assessment – combines the findings of both the functional assessment and video analysis.
This can be great if you’re in the middle of a heavy training schedule, about to increase training load or pre/post competition. It’s also really good if you just want to unwind and ease tight/sore muscles.