what to expect


A typical face to face or telehealth care plan may consist of:
session 1: checking in & planning
We’ll review your medical history, your x rays and other investigations. How are you managing movement throughout each day? Baseline measures of your current activities, sleep, exercise levels, and life stresses. Youtube clips and suggested activities to do and avoid, and science-based suggestions emailed to you. Around 1 hour.
session 2: review Typically one week later. Review of your progress. Review of the science behind your condition, and typical progress. Staying motivated. Warning signs to look out for. Around 45 minutes.

session 3: progressing independently
Typically one week later. Increasing your tolerance for exercise at work, at home and beyond. Checking your understanding. Discussion about low cost options available locally that can keep you moving. Letter for your GP or specialist, gym or similar. Around 45 minutes.




follow up


Short term follow up: Two weeks after your last appointment via email or phone as you prefer. No cost. Around 10 minutes.

Long term follow up: At 3 months after your last appointment. Via email or phone as you prefer. No cost. Around 10 minutes.





men's health

Men's health is more than just sports injuries, and bad backs.

 

Men's lifestyles increasingly influence their health today and tomorrow, especially as they enter middle age.
 

But after 40, dodgy knees, a few extra kilos, and no time for the gym can make it all seem just too hard. Small steps can make a big difference over time. 

 

Exercise that you can fit in offers a way through. Let's talk

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