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What?

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


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Why?

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


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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

Month-to-month

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