This time of year I always seem to get an increase in enquires for my Therapy Sessions, finding out more about what we offer and also for booking in.
I'm writing this article based on the questions I get asked most during these enquires and I'll also include some tips of how you can make your sessions more beneficial to you.
The article will not only be written from the side of a Therapist but also the side of a client, based on my experiences visiting therapists for previous sports injuries I have had.
To make things easier I'm going to use an example of a client I have recently been seeing, who was suffering from lower back pain. He is 32 years old, has an office job and plays weekly five a side.
I'm hoping the points made in this article will help you along your journey whichever route you decide to take.
We are running free 30 minute Therapy sessions throughout November, where you can come to our studio to have a consultation to see if the services we run can help you in your journey. Please get in touch if this is something you may be interested in.
Thanks for reading
Gibbons, J. 2016. Functional anatomy of the Pelvis and the Sacroiliac joint, p93
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