After a partial knee replacement on March 8th 2020, Gaynor faces lockdown and limited access to physiotherapy at the Nuffield and so a mutual friend recommended that she connect with Emma. She tells of her experience in online coaching through her rehab and of the methodology that Emma went through and then how they worked …
Specific rehabilitation routines for certain joints plus some of the stories that clients have of their own personal journeys.
PAIN happens for one of two reasons: The impact of an accident Repetitive strain through doing an action without adequate strength or alignment and so putting excess strain on a part of the body. Ageing and losing sight of the correct way to move due to previous habits and injuries creating us to compensate in the …
The reason for setting your bike up correctly is to avoid pain whilst peddling – pain in the shoulders, lower back, knees and neck. Most of the pain comes from expecting the body to function in an anatomically incorrect position under load. In an unusual position and an un-natural position for the body to be in.
As winter draws in and the light starts to fade, leaves fall from the trees, the rain comes teeming down and will soon turn to snow. We find ourselves walking dogs, youngsters and ourselves in the light of a torch, so many obstacles to potentially culminate in a slip, slide and fall.
This is a great post and shows how similar athlete training is for both humans and animals. After big competitions or in periods of downtime one has to let the fitness down gently but keep the muscles ticking over. Many horses around the world have had a layoff during the covid-19 lockdown. Equine biomechanics researcher …
Online training has become a popular alternative to face2face, accelerated forwards as an acceptable platform due to lockdown.
She was in a place of massive frustration. The route she had found available to her was constantly giving her the excuse that of course she was finding balance difficult – she had MS.
Emma has had a totally different approach, She has helped me so much with my posture, pain, my walking, being mobile. I used the wheelchair much before, I rarely use it now …… I feel much more confident now, for example, a day like today with all this rain I would have been so frightened about going outside ….. Emma has explained exactly how the joints work, how everything fits together …… I had got so used to doing the wrong things …. The method that Emma takes for me has been very different, she is always looking for ways to do things differently, ways around problems and blocks, it may take a bit longer than traditional methods of getting on a bicycle but it is way more effective.
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