At Injury Mechanics, we see rehabilitation as a way of relieving pain, optimising physical function following injury, and ultimately improving performance throughout your daily life
A specialist deep tissue massage that aims to relieve exercise-related aches and pain within muscle and soft tissues. It can be very useful before or after exercise to speed recovery time and enhance the performance of muscles.
Acupuncture is a complementary therapy used in conjunction with therapy and injury rehabilitation as a form of pain relief
Is it always one side of your body more prone to injuries and niggles? Do you want to push your performance and feel more comfortable training and performing? Then a biomechanical assessment and gait analysis could be vital to underpinning the causes of these problems.
Specifically targeting & improving the function of weaker muscle groups, it emphasises techniques for strengthening the muscles of the trunk which in turn supports the spine & thereby improves posture & shape. Pilates will enhance overall fitness, flexibility, strength & balance.
Injection Therapy is the injection of a substance to bring about pain relief in joints and soft tissues. It is used in conjunction with rehabilitation.
Functional Strength & Conditioning is great mortality to be used in conjunction with any athletic population. Whether training for an ironman, running a marathon or training for overall wellbeing. Strength and Conditioning is key to aiding the prevention of injury and increasing performance.
Using three main areas of Physiology testing centering around improving performance. Aiming to assist you with your pain, rehabilitate your injury and increase your overall performance.