Medical Health & Rehabilitation
Osteoporosis Cerebral Palsy Obesity Post Surgery Autism/Asperger’s Joint Replacements Lower Back Pain COPD Learning Difficulties Stroke Rehabilitation Neuropathy Conditions Athritis Brain Injury Spinal Injury High Blood Pressure
Exercise can consist of components that focus on more than how your body looks. Strength, flexibility, stamina, balance, coordination, mobility, endurance and speed are important to helping to ensure our bodies are the healthiest they can be.
Living with a medical condition or learning to adapt to life post injury can be daunting. Exercise may not be a cure; however, it can be a way to improve your health and lifestyle. From reducing your risk of falling to increasing the length of time you can walk, fundamental improvements to your daily challenges can help to make your life more manageable.
One-to-one personal training can be in a gym environment, the comfort of your home or more challenging locations that you face daily. Whether your goals are recovery based or coping strategies for a long-term condition, we will combine the advice from medical professionals, your experiences and my specialist knowledge to create exercises, techniques and workouts to help you become the healthiest, fittest and happiest you!