How To Get Back To Training After Injury Or Surgery
The road back to fitness following injury or surgery can be frustrating and getting your rehab right is essential to maximise your recovery.
After injury or surgery it’s common to experience limited range of motion, a lack of strength or even pain when performing certain movements, and sometimes rehab programs can miss the mark when it comes to your training.
This is where we come in…
As movement specialists we bridge the gap between physio and fitness.
Our research-driven process is specifically designed to help you get your movement back in as short a time as possible.
Our approach uses a unique combination of coaching, skill development, pain science and fatigue management to help you re-learn old movements, learn new movements, get you away from pain and build confidence moving.
Getting full movement back following injury or surgery requires a personalised approach, and we use a unique and scientific method to get you back to moving pain-free.
Along with full biomechanical assessment of your movement, we also consider the psychological factors that could be driving your pain – like fear of certain movements.
Working with all of this data allows us to create bespoke and personalised movement programs for all of our clients that provide the missing link between physio and full fitness.
How It Works
We will typically work with you for 6-12 weeks, providing you with a progressive and structured movement program that follows and builds on your current rehab exercises.
If you currently have a physio we will also work alongside them to ensure you’re doing everything required to maximise your recovery.
We will help you:
- Understand your movement problems and how to get around them
- Improve range of motion
- Increase strength
- Discover which exercises to do for rehab and which activities to avoid
- Give you increased confidence with movement
- Put a plan together to get back to fitness
After working with us you’ll have learned exactly how your body moves, regained lost movement or learned new ways of moving and perhaps most importantly regained confidence when moving.
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L5/S1 Fracture (Lower Back)
“After 5 months off due to a fractured L5/S1 I sought Petes help for some form of help/rehabilitation training. Had a 90-minute session with Pete today and he had me walking pain free by the end of the session. This has NOT happened in 5 months and I’m elated and very impressed. He was very knowledgeable and even took the time to explain the technicalities to my PT and in simpler terms for me.”
– Joanna Murphy
Post-Hip Surgery Rehabilitation
“Fantastic bespoke rehabilitation sessions post hip operation for arthritis. I have gone from believing I would never be able to ride my horse again without significant pain to real optimism that I WILL be able to ride pain free again! I can’t tell you how amazing that feels. Thanks so much Pete!”
– Fiona Lewis
Ankle Injury Rehabilitation
“I started seeing Pete after sustaining ankle ligament damage when playing rugby.
Working on increasing ankle range of movement, foot movement mechanics and stability combined with some additional hip work my ankle has improved significantly and I have returned to playing rugby thanks to Pete’s help.”
– Katie Davies, Physiotherapist
Groin Injury Rehabilitation
“I’ve had a history of groin and hip flexor injuries and tried many different rehab strategies, with limited success.
Amongst other things, Pete designed a warm-up routine that targets the area of my previous injuries and have kept me injury free through a pretty tough training year (which seems like a fair trade).”
– Gareth Revell, Touch Player & Coach (Cardiff Raptors & Wales)
“I have started working with Pete following a physio referral for a list of mobility issues that have led to difficulty performing pain free squats and lunges in particular.
After just a couple of sessions with Pete, he has assessed my movement and identified what causes the pain and I have been able to perform a weighted bar squat pain free for the first time in years!”
– Kayleigh Rosewell