Resolve to recover from chronic injury in the New Year.

By December 24, 2017Rehabilitation, Training

Christmas is upon us and the New Year just around the corner. It’s a natural time for reflection and goal setting. Nowhere is this more true than with your health and fitness goals.

If you’re currently being slowed down by injury, it’s a good time to set about resolving these issues and thinking about life beyond them.

Recover from chronic injury

Let me ask you this, what would you like to achieve if your present limitations were a thing of the past?

What if you could run without that now familiar pain in your ankle?

Or that grumbling knee that always limits your progress?

How about being able to play a round of golf without back pain?

Or what about being able to jump in the pool without your shoulder aching for days afterwards?

What if you were making progress on these issues and you could realistically plan and train for the physical performance goals you’ve always wanted to achieve?

How would that feel?

Many of us accept injury, pain and discomfort as a normal part of the exercise experience and indeed life. They’re not. Neither are they an inevitable part of the aging process.

They’re an indication something isn’t right.

Perhaps you’ve tried to resolve these issues via the traditional rehab routes and found you’ve reached a plateau. You’re not as bad as you were but you’re not getting better either. Still the limitations and frustrations persist.

At Human Movement we take a different approach to chronic injuries.

By combining the cutting edge Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) treatment process with an in depth knowledge of resistance training, we are able to effectively train you out of your injured state and progress you towards your performance related goals.

Pain, injury and limitations suck. Don’t accept them as part of your everyday life.

Make January the time to take a different approach. Book your free Discovery Session now and find out exactly what’s slowing you down and what we can do to help you.

This time next year could be looking back at some outstanding achievements and wondering why you didn’t take this course of action sooner.