How We Can Work Together:
Together we can make you feel better for good.
Here’s what to expect from Telehealth Online Sessions…
- Use the form on the contact page, email, or call me
- Simple chat about why you need my help
- Consultation booked, or referral made. Link to video call sent.
CONSULTATION & ASSESSMENT
- I call you at the agreed time
- Listen to your story & ask questions to identify your goals
and discuss lifestyle
- Postural & movement assessment:
I’ll observe your movement patterns at & around the point of pain
as well as your overall mobility & flexibility
- Your pain or condition explained: my best advice & diagnosis
- Outline & discuss treatment options and form a specific plan of attack together
- Demonstration & observation of appropriate movements:
relevant stretches to relax muscles and/or exercises to strengthen, provide mobility
and reduce pain
- Review sessions arranged where needed as per plan
- Check status; assess and discuss the initial issue and reaction/results
- Re-assessment, checking pain levels, mobility, flexibility, range of motion and strength
- Additional literature and guidance for future self-care
- Access to my monthly Newsletter, as well as my health & fitness network
- I’m not going anywhere and am always available to talk
In Other Words…
I don’t follow the same process or routine. I treat you, the individual.
I talk to my clients about their pain throughout, using evidence based assessments to get to the root of the problem. I then take them through the issues and how we can solve them.
My clients are as much a part of the treatments as I am, so I give them simple movements, stretches and exercises. This will always mean clients have work to do outside of our sessions with clear instructions - and I’m always around to chat about it if needed. The understanding and involvement of my clients in the treatment naturally leads to their engagement in the whole process and inevitable recovery, pain relief and success.
If during the assessment or at any point during treatment it becomes apparent that I'm not the right person to help you, or there might be an underlying health issue not in my remit, I will of course refer you to a GP, specialist physiotherapist, or other healthcare professional, as appropriate.