For sports and non-related sports injury
Our approach is always research based and addresses the underlying cause to your problem. We do not just offer symptom relief.
Are you suffering with any of the following?
Back & shoulder pain
Ankle & foot pain
Our main objective is to ensure we diagnose and treat the underlying cause of your problem and not just the presenting symptoms
The treatment used will depend on the injury or problem diagnosed.The following are some of the usual methods used at the clinic;
- We conduct a detailed case history of the condition.
-We then carry out a comprehensive range of diagnostic tests.
-Following this we generally mobilise the effected area by means of deep tissue massage.
-By this time we can ascertain not only the injury but also to what degree it is injured.
-From this stage a specific treatment plan can be implemented.
-There are a wide range of treatments available including electro-massage, ultra sound, interferential and manual manipulations to increase range of motion and flexibility, thereby reducing pain and promoting recovery.
Suspension Training for strength and rehabilitation
Treatments are run over a course and the normal duration is 3-5 sessions. Marked improvement is usually evident following 1 to 3 sessions. With home stretching exercises in your own time progress is much quicker,your co-operation in your recovery is absolutely paramount.
Who is treating you?
A sports therapist with over 20 years experience in the Health & Fitness industry. Initially in the military as an Army PTI dealing with the fitness and rehabilitation of soldiers after injury. Following this became a Fireman and Brigade manual handling, first aid and physical training instructor. Completed Premier Diploma in Fitness Training, Sports Therapy and Nutrition; Pre-hospital trauma life support course; Advanced sports therapy; Position Release- Leon Chaitow. I am currently enrolled in an Acupuncture course in December.
As part of continuing professional development requirements I am currently undertaking "Bodymaster" Diploma course, University of Oxford.
I have a passion for the outdoors and enjoy cycling, in 2015 I cycled 5,000 miles around the coast of UK, raising £10,000 for charity
Over the duration of my career I have worked closely with local rugby clubs, elite athletes as well as the general public and have found listening to the patients pays the biggest dividends in their positive outcome.
“WHERE YOU THINK PAIN IS, THE PROBLEM IS NOT”
Ida Rolf founder of the Rolfing Technique
I studied Level 3 Sports Coaching, Sport Development and Fitness at Graig College, Llanelli and then went on to
Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Clinical Sports Therapy at Active Health Group in Manchester which was a great place for me to learn all the techniques and experiences.
I am currently using and developing these skills by working self employed in The Injury Clinic, St Clears. To add to my ever growing experience I am currently working with Crymych Rugby Club as a Sports Therrapist and have experienced treating professional rugby players and also professional golfers.
Treatment would involve testing and therefore a treatment plan which goes with the results of the testing. Techniques used in the sessions include trigger points, myofascial release, soft tissue release and mobilisation, deep transverse frictions, muscle energy techniques and also rehabilitation exercises. Electrical devices such as ultrasound or muscle stimulator can be used depending on the clients needs.
I am fluent speaking in Welsh and English and will happily speak either language to my clients.
My interest outside of work is rugby and I'm currently playing for Division 1 side Crymych Rugby Club.
ALL ENQUIRIES AND APPOINTMENTS TO BE MADE BY PHONE PLEASE
Appointments are available on-
Please leave a message on the answer phone if we are in treatment and unable to answer your call with your name and number clearly and we will return your call as soon as possible 01994 230150
The Injury Clinic
Tel: 01994 230150