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Why Move with Us

Updated: Jul 7


Our Why:


We believe everyone should be able to access movement. We are driven to empower our clients to discover the freedom, strength, and joy movement brings while inspiring others to do the same.


Physiotherapist working on clients hip joint using joint mobilsation and manual therapy, including muscle release and PNF stretching

How we do it:


1. Complete a thorough assessment and rule out serious injury.


This means spending time listening to your story. Reviewing past investigations, completing strength assessments and looking in-depth at your flexibility, control, and movement.


2. Reduce threat/ pain (education, soft tissue)

  • Soft tissue -> mobilization, hands-on therapy, loosening off tight muscles/fascia.

  • Education and reassurance with a clear plan to help you move forward.


3. Enhance Capacity


a. Reducing load (heel lifts, reduce WB, offload, change in training, avoidance- time limited)

b. Increasing capacity (strength, endurance, power)

c. Shifting load (coordination, movement skill)



WHAT DOES THIS MEAN???


Think about building capacity/movement as a skill – can we help you organize yourself in space to either shift load, or to be more efficient, or build tissue capacity?


HOW WE PROGRESS YOUR REHAB

A table explaining neuromuscular control, endurance, hypertrophy , strenght and power and reps/ Sets required to make strength and power changes for rehab.

What we think about in your session:


- What is your goal of movement prescription?

- How are you enhancing your capacity?

- What information do you need to progress your load tolerance?

- Have you earnt the right to progress their rehab (criteria led to return to play/ activity)?


What conditions we specialise in helping you MOVE with:


Chronic Pain - Including

  • Back Pain

  • Neck Pain

  • Headaches

  • Hip Pain - including FAI

Sports injuries

  • Ankle Sprains

  • Knee Pain - Ligament injury

  • PFJ Pain - anterior knee pain

  • Patella Dislocation

  • Shin Splints

  • Achilis/ Lower limb tendinopathy

  • Rotator Cuff Tears

  • Shoulder dislocations

  • SIJ -> Pelvic Pain

  • Labral Tears

The Aging Athlete

  • Knee OA

  • Hip OA

  • Balance issues

  • Loss of strength or sarcopenia.

  • Looking to get fit post-menopause.

If you are lost in your rehab, not improving or want to look at things differently get in touch. We are passionate about helping you MOVE. We pride ourselves on offering longer appointments, and more time to get to know you and your body.


An infographic The Mover's Journey  This image shows a diagram of the mover's journey, which is a process of moving from one place to another. The journey is divided into five steps:  Understand: This step is about understanding what you expect or need from the moving company. What are your priorities? What are your budget constraints? Reduce load: This step is about reducing the amount of stuff you need to move. Can you get rid of anything you don't need? Can you pack your belongings more efficiently? Shift load: This step is about finding ways to move your belongings more efficiently. Can you hire movers? Can you rent a truck? Increase capacity: This step is about improving your ability to move. Can you get stronger? Can you learn how to lift and carry heavy objects safely? Celebrate: This step is about celebrating your accomplishment of moving to a new place! The image also contains the text "MOVE Pilates". This is a reference to the fact that Pilates can help you improve your flexibility and strength, which can be helpful for moving.

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