Range of motion (ROM) is the term used to describe the measurement of movement around a specific joint or body part. If you’ve had an injury (sports-related or not) before, you may have had issued with range of motion in the affected area. If you’ve been to see a physio or other medical practitioner before, they likely assessed your range of motion as part of your visit.
I will assess your range of motion at the major joints by way of undertaking a series of simple mobility tests. This will allow me to prioritise which areas we need to address first, based on the requirements and demands of your sport. You will receive a personalised action plan.
Location that is convenient for you
The body adapts to whatever you’re asking it to do repeatedly, so it becomes more efficient at it. So this may be adapting – becoming better – to a sport, or adapting to sitting at a desk all day. Rounded shoulders, text neck, tight hips – sound familiar? Might be the symptoms of an office worker, or an elite road cyclist.
tissues adapt to the demands place on them
Pricing & cancellations
Initial assessment (45min)
Summary of results & Personalised plan within XX days
The body takes time to adapt. Consistency and repetition.
15min max., practice every 1-2 days for 4 weeks
After 4 weeks we re-test
ROM testing only
If you are unable to attend a pre-booked class, please let me know as soon as possible. Refunds can be given on all classes cancelled at least 48h in advance. I appreciate that unforeseen circumstances may arise at short notice - please contact