During your assessment we will look at how you move doing your particular sport to analyse any faulty movement patterns which may be contributing or aggravating your problem so that this can be remedied as well as treating the actual injury.
Two of our Physios work with national teams in rowing and canoeing and most of the Physios are actively involved in running, tennis and triathlons so we understand the importance of a speedy return to sport following injury.
Treatment often includes rehabilitation in the rehab studio area using equipment and/or the Pilates Reformer. - Read the article about common running injuries
When I first met Amanda Harris I was suffering considerable pain and lack of mobility in my left leg following a sports injury. As I had historical left knee issues I feared that I would not regain my previous level of left knee/leg functionality. Amanda quickly identified the problem – a torn calf muscle – and recommended a highly effective course of treatment and exercises so that I was back to my previous fitness level within six weeks. Amanda has now created for me an excellent exercise programme to help me protect and maintain my left knee and leg to minimise the risk of further injury. She is highly knowledgeable, very personable, reassuring and professionally proficient – I am so pleased and grateful to have benefited from her expertise.Julie, Global bank based in London
Amanda has helped me through a torn hamstring which has taken over two months to recover. This is the second time I have had a hamstring injury in the past eighteen months so it’s taken longer to heal. Amanda has shown me great exercises which have really helped ease the pain. Amanda has used amazing techniques and sports tape so it’s easier to move without hurting yourself and to loosen the muscles. And for those reasons I recommend Amanda and the rest of The Physio Company.Amazing techniques to heal torn hamstring