Injury Rehabilitation

Injury Rehabilitation and Reconstruction

Jose specialises in Reconstruction for injury rehabiliation. 

What is Reconstruction?

It's a rehabilitation programme based around muscular activation techniques. Jose will use his expert knowledge of muscular-skeletal mechanics to identify and correct muscular imbalances and weaknesses that cause pain.

Who's it for?

Any one with:

  • Muscle or joint pain
  • Muscle tightness or weakness
  • Chronic injuries
  • Impaired performance

A common complaint is sore knees when taking part in higher impact activities.  This pain is often 'referred pain', a pain caused by a particular tightness/weakness in the surrounding muscles.  The Reconstruction programme is designed to identify and then work on this inbalance to reduce the pain.

The Programme

Step 1 - consultation, 1 hour, £60

At your consultation Jose will discuss your goals and what you hope to achieve.  He will use simple exercises to establish the root cause of the problem before designing a personalised programme for your rehabilitation.

Step 2 - Personalised sessions

Jose will personally guide your through your reconstruction sessions, ensuring that you have the correct technique, that exercises are progressive, that they develop your strength and that you stay on track to meet your goals. Jose will advise you on the ideal length of session for your goals.

50 minute sessions £40
30 minute sessions £30 

About Jose

Jose has worked at The Pavilions In The Park for just over a year.  Originally from Spain he studied Sports Science and Physical Activity and since moving to England has focussed on using these skills in a fitness environment to help people recover from injury and improve their performance.  He's currently studying for a Masters degree and is a specialist Neuromuscular Trainer.

For more information about the Reconstruction programme contact Fitness Manager Liam Randall by email liamrandall@pfpleisure.org or call 01403 219200

 

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