Helping a tennis coach to get rid of his lower back and leg pain and return to full movement
At Moveology we are interested in getting results. We believe that we need to go beyond the conventional way of looking at the body. So instead of looking at areas of the body in isolation, we look at the whole sequence of connections in movement. As well as using traditional techniques such as Osteopathy, Soft Tissue Therapy and Medical Acupuncture, we also draw on our training in Gait Analysis and the innovative Anatomy in Motion. And we apply a continuous assessment to your progress throughout your time with us, using the latest equipment, so that we can re-engineer our solutions to gain the best impact. We like to think of it as a scientific approach to achieving total movement
After a first session where a full assessment is made and some immediate treatment is given for your issue, follow-up sessions can be booked. At 45 minutes, these are generally 15 minutes longer than the industry average. This is because we believe we need this amount of time to fully apply the appropriate techniques from our broad bank of skills in treatment, rehab and coaching
We believe that static treatment is a thing of the past and that by using a more dynamic application of traditional and innovative approaches we can open up your full range of movement and get more complete results
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