Know your Numbers! Strength and Power Testing in the 21st Century

If you want to know exactly how strong & fast your muscles are, we can tell you!

If you want to get the best results from your strengthening and rehab program, you need to stop guessing and start measuring. To help you become the strongest and injury proof version of you, we use the latest force plate technology to assess speed, strength, power, landing forces, and balance.

This technology was previously only used by elite sports teams but now is available for everyday patients in our clinic. For those that want to reduce injury risk, recovery completely, increase performance or even reduce falls risk this is the technology for you. Find out how strong you are today and where you need to get to. KNOW YOUR NUMBERS!

You can then easily track how you are progressing on your strengthening and exercise journey, in order to achieve your goals.

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Accurate Diagnosis & Solutions That Help With Your Injury From The Word Go

Whether you're suffering from lower back pain, neck ache or a twisted ankle, get an accurate diagnosis of what's causing it from our team of experienced physiotherapists.

From your first consultation, we'll help you identify the cause of the pain and establish a treatment plan to help you get back on your feet sooner.

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Total Hip Replacememt

Having had my husband recently undergo a total hip replacement before the age of 50 it has been an interesting process to see that rehabilitation expectations and programmes have not changed much in the past 30 years.

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Pilates Classes

What to expect during a class? A general class will have focus in areas of core muscles, breathing, alignment and posture and flexibility/stretching. At times, mobility and releases will be included also.

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