FULL BODY HEALTH CHECK

A full body health check will give you the confidence you need to carry out daily activities or participate in demanding racing and training schedules without the threat of injury.

Body assessment routine with patient getting lower leg treated

Life is busy and can be stressful, we don’t always have the time or energy to do the things needed to keep our bodies balanced and healthy. Things can build up in the background and gradually turn from aches to pain that affects our everyday lives.

The Optimal Movement Body MOT, will help eliminate any imbalances and prevent injuries from occurring in the future. The treatment will identify any restrictions, compensations, or faulty movements and correct them through various techniques. A typical Optimal Movement Body MOT will last for 75 minutes and includes the following:

Assesments

  • Initial Consultation
  • Postural assessment
  • Movement analysis
  • Soft tissue treatment
  • Exercise prescription (optional)
  • Nutritional Advice (optional)

Benefits

  • Increased knowledge
  • Identify restrictions
  • Identify faulty movements
  • Correct body specific ailments
  • Takeaway tools to get most from your body
  • Help prevent future injuries

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Testimonials

It may be cliche but it really has changed my daily life and outlook. I have the confidence to get back running and improve my fitness in the gym

Shalana Wright

Chef & Gym Member

Oli’s treatment was an invaluable part of my success, which enabled me to go on and compete for Great Britain at the world Indoor Championships.

Lewis Moses

International Distance Runner

Joe’s knowledge and expertise used to diagnose and treat my lower back problem was excellent.

Sue Clark

Receptionist

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