The working life set up has changed somewhat over the last 30 years.
Many more of us are spending copious amounts of time, sitting down for long periods glaring into a screen.
Perhaps that’s the reason more of us are running, cycling, going to the gym and being active.
It’s an opportunity to free the mind and express ourselves physically. It’s an opportunity to escape the cognitive jail time a typical daily routine provides.
A long run, a hard session on the bike, throwing around some weights and even just switching off on a long walk can provide so much reward, which is needed more now than ever.
We understand how significant it is to keep you active.
When you pick up an injury or you’re in pain, it can be a stressful time. The newfound love of exercise or sport must stop because that painful tendon/joint won’t settle down.
It’s not for a lack of trying. You tried resting it for a few weeks, only for it to come roaring back as soon as you start training again.
Google told you to try a few exercises, but again, with no luck.
Now it’s been a couple of months and the injury just doesn’t seem to be improving. We know how great it felt to be able to exercise consistently.
So how can we help?
We have a big culture of health & fitness at Injury Active, so we empathise with you when pain and injuries stop you from enjoying your training sanctuary or disrupt your working life.
The Injury Active way of getting you out of pain involves understanding your training/activity requirements, figuring out the root cause of the problem and providing specific treatment strategies that are individual to you.
We listen, observe, educate, treat and guide you back to full fitness.
Our active approach to injury and recovery is what helps us get excellent and fast results. We are a friendly team of Sports Therapists that will work with you to prevent, diagnose, treat and manage your injury, ensuring you’re at your best every day.
Don’t accept being in pain or time on the side-lines.
Let us find a way to keep you active whilst we treat your injury.