Therapy

Fascia, muscles and connective tissue can become dysfunctional from overuse, poor posture, dehydration, injury and many other sources.

Using Neuromuscular therapy, mobilisation of the nervous system, rehabilitation strategies such as rehabilitation of the locomotor or movement system you can experience pain relief and improvement in the way that you move in a very short space of time.

Back, neck and pelvic pain are more often than not due to dysfunctional muscle recruitment, inhibition, fascial restriction and faulty alignment. These can cause damage to structures and affect the spine, its discs, sacroiliac joint and other areas causing pain. Combining assessment with these therapeutic techniques and exercise can determine which muscles aren’t working, which ones may work too much and allow me to create a strategy to banish pain forever, which can have amazing results before you leave the office.

To find out how to become pain-free using Neuromuscular and Kinetic therapy book your structural assessment now.

After many years of a desk-bound job, my posture has suffered in a predictable fashion – sloping shoulders, unattractive hunched gorilla-esque look and a nagging pain at the top of my back. While visits to the physio and more general exercise have improved the problem in the short term, I needed a more in-depth and long-term approach.

After a full (and ongoing) assessment Keith has devised a series of stretches and exercises which target my problem areas and, over time, have made a significant and obvious difference to my posture and general levels of pain. The exercises are supplemented with neuro-muscular therapy sessions with Keith which focus on the most painful areas and speed up the release of the most knotted muscles. No pain no gain!

Keith has done a great job, succeeding where years of physio have failed. I would recommend him to anyone who is prepared to invest the time and money in a tailored and effective programme which works. He has changed my life!

Juliet Clarke

Senior Vice President, Financial Communication