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.
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:
- Initial Consultation
- Postural assessment
- Movement analysis
- Soft tissue treatment
- Exercise prescription (optional)
- Nutritional Advice (optional)
- Increased knowledge
- Identify restrictions
- Identify faulty movements
- Correct body specific ailments
- Takeaway tools to get most from your body
- Help prevent future injuries
75 Minutes Full Body Assessment
A thorough body assessment. Includes initial consultation, postural assessment, movement analysis and necessary treatment
Perfect for anyone who has been getting recurring injuries or is about to engage in a period of intensive training
Access to scientifically proven techniques and anatomical testing procedures, including gait analysis and dynamic movement patterns
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