10-07-20 I'm happy to say that I am now open for hands-on Sports Therapy, and I am taking bookings for Monday July 13th onwards, for sports injury assessment, treatment & rehabilitation, as well as sports massage, in my Glocucester based Sports Injury Clinic. Confirmation of this can be found on the Gov.uk website, and I have also had confirmation from both of my professional bodies, The Society of Sports Therapists and The Sports Massage Association. I will also be able to resume Personal Training when indoor gyms are permitted to reopen, and I am currently taking bookings for Monday July 27th onwards.
Healthcare cash plans are insurance policies that instead of covering for treatment of acute medical conditions, help pay for the cost of routine healthcare such as going to the dentist, opticians, physio or in some cases, sports therapy and sports massage. You will be required to provide a receipt to your plan provider in order to claim reimbursement, and I am happy ro provide this.
I am excited to announce that I am now able to create customised foot orthotic insoles in my clinic to help with your foot and ankle pain, or any sports injury where the foot or ankle may be involved.
After recently spending time with and learning from one of the most forward thinking Podiatrists in the country, and taking the time to source the best materials, I can now create customised foot orthotic insoles tailored to your meet the needs of your feet and help resolve all your painful problems and sports injuries.
If you’re reading this, then you’re probably at least a little a bit interested in training, so you’ve probably at least heard of functional training. It’s everywhere. Every gym has a functional zone. Apparently every personal trainer is a functional training expert. You can buy books and DVDs about it. But do you know just what functional training really is? Does your personal trainer even know? Many personal trainers simply choose an exercise that looks cool (probably from the latest little workshop they've been on), gets lots of muscles and joints working, and uses the latest bit of kit they’ve bought. I know, I’ve been there and done it in the past. But is it really functional?