ONLINE INJURY & MOVEMENT REHABILITATION
Our Online Rehabilitation Programme is an ongoing programme that can be done from anywhere in the world and can be started at any time. This is the only program of its kind that offers such a wide range of supports and experience.
With this programme, we help clients who are struggling with injuries, strains, niggles and other complaints that are affecting their lives, health, fitness and sporting performance.
Overcoming an injury is only the start of the journey for most clients. Once the injury has resolved, we adapt the programme to help you achieve new health, fitness and performance goals that you didn’t think would be possible starting out.
A typical journey our clients go on is as follows:
- Overcome niggles and injuries that have been holding you back with an online rehabilitation plan.
- Body transformation with a tailored nutrition and workout programme to improve your health, lose weight or gain muscle depending on your goals.
- Hit peak performance with specific and periodized programming. Improve your strength, power, speed, and fitness to be at your best level possible.
How is the Programme Carried Out Online?
Our team will take care of your nutrition and sports or rehabilitation programming via weekly WhatsApp check-ins. You will also get access to our online academy that is packed with articles, tutorials, workout videos, and recipes to give you all the resources you need. You will also have access to our dedicated nutritionist for extra nutritional support throughout.
Every Sunday, you will send us your weekly check-in which will include:
- Videos of you doing your rehabilitation or training exercises to ensure your technique is correct
- Progress photos to see how your body is adapting to the programme with the changes to your posture and physique
Every Monday, we will review your checkin, assess your progress and improvements that can be made, discuss your key goals and create a plan for the week ahead. These weekly checkins provide the accountability and support that you typically don’t receive from other injury rehabilitation services.
some of OUR CASE STUDIES
Hip Impingement / Groin Pain
In this section you will find any injury relating to the hip and groin area which we have treated. In our experience, we have seen a reocurring theme of previous upper limb injuries leading to a dysfunction in the thoracic rotation during the walking or running gait.
Car Crash – Onset Injuries
Often times, weeks or months after a car crash, people will experience a range of issues. In this section you will see how we have fixed many injuries ranging from severe migraines to neck and back pain. Some go back as far as 20 years.
Autoimmune disease are conditions in which the immune system attacks healthy cells in the body.
Autoimmune conditions can develop over a long period of time, and likewise, it can take a long time for some to finally have a better standard of living and management of symptoms. We have created a long-term programme for clients with autoimmune diseases to help them progress and become equipped to manage the condition and contribute to a better quality of life.
Back Pain / Spinal Injury
In this section you will find a variety of clients who have had MRI’s to show injuries such as bulging discs, spinal stenosis and various spinal compression symptoms. Many have tried various steroid injections or even surgery which have resulted in no real immediate or long term improvement.
Osteitis pubis is one of the most common injuries seen in athletes and generally consists of a rehabilitation process which lasts a couple of months. It is medically described as ‘inflammation of the pubic bone.’ In this section, you will see rapid success due to the methods we use in our clinic.
Sciatica / Restless Legs
Sciatica is described as a nerve impingement or burning sensation running down the leg from the sacroiliac joint. Some people can experience pain in one leg only, and others can experience a “restless legs” sensation which becomes worse when sitting for a long period of time.