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Case Study – Performance and Rehabilitation

Case Study : Triathlon - Claire Van Helfteren.  Claire Van Helfteren hired Clarice House Personal Trainer Nolan Sunnassee to help her start to running again after two ankle operations which had prevented her from exercising normally for over two years. Claire: I started training with Nolan having had two ankle operations in 2010 and 2011. [...]

Case Study – Exercise Rehabilitation

Case Study: Elspeth Hutchinson. Elspeth is a local housewife approaching her 65th birthday. Generally active with gardening, decorating, gym and finally ski-ing, she has suffered badly for some years from the onset of cervical spondylosis. This is an age-related degeneration of the vertebrae and discs in the neck. Elspeth endured severe head and neck pain [...]

Case Study – Performance

Case Study: Claire Spurway. With the London 2012 Olympic Games only a few months away, thousands of athletes around the world are training hard to reach the standard for this once in a lifetime opportunity. One such athlete is Claire Spurway, who hopes to represent Great Britain in the 200m sprint event. Claire, from London, [...]

Roll Up! Prevent injury and improve performance

  In gyms all over the country you will see these cylindrical foam tubes, but what is it for and why should you use it? Foam rollers have been in gyms and health clubs over the past ten years, they are a self induced neuromyofascial release technique, in plain English they help inhibit overactivity in [...]

Case Study – Fat Loss

Eddy Lewis, a 52 year old Accountant, began personal training two years ago mainly to help with pain management. He believed that getting exercise expertise may improve his movement and lower his pain levels. Having had a major accident when younger which shattered part of his tibia, Eddy had a metal rod inserted into his [...]

Injury Rehabilitation

Human movement is a combination of well orchestrated systems. When these systems are damaged in any way or don't fully interact with each other, dysfunction or pain can occur. In a health club setting, this can be due to to poor lifting or running technique, inappropriate exercise selection or not progressing at the right pace [...]

By | 2018-05-13T23:40:43+00:00 February 29th, 2012|Exercise Rehabilitation, Injury Rehab in Colchester, Personal Training Colchester|Comments Off on Injury Rehabilitation