- a detailed history of your running career, current training mileage, training methods and goals;
- functional movement screen to assess any flexibility and strength deficits that could contribute to poor running technique;
- a detailed video gait analysis on the treadmill. (The goal here is not to deconstruct running gait but to work with it to improve efficiency in running style and eliminate asymmetry);
- running drills to improve technique;
- one or two cues to put into practice on weekly runs;
- an evidence based strength and conditioning program appropriate for your current level of strength to improve running economy and to assist in injury prevention.
There will also be time to address any questions on training plans and guidance on race preparation if you have an event coming up.
Follow up sessions can be booked on a one by one basis as needed but if you’re looking for a more structured approach for best performance for an event or whilst overcoming injury, see details of our discounted package below.
Booking Time: 45 minutes
FOLLOW UP APPOINTMENTS
Booking Time: 30 minutes
Booking Time: 45 minutes
Our runner’s package offers 6 sessions with a specialist physiotherapist to help you perform at your best and is great for those training towards an event or returning to running after an injury.
With a saving of up to £81, this package is great value and offers a specific, targeted and individualised approach to progress you to be the best runner you can be.
The course includes two 45 minute sessions and four 30 minute sessions with a specialist physiotherapist.
As well as a thorough running assessment (as detailed above), you will also receive a more detailed training, strength and conditioning plan which will be adapted to your needs as you progress. Your physio will also treat any injuries or areas showing signs of potential injury to help keep your training progressing and you on track. You may also receive guidance on shoe selection.
Your physiotherapist will tailor each session to your individual needs and may use a variety of skills and techniques such as:
- Sports / Deep Tissue Massage
- Myofascial Release
- Exercise prescription
- Taping / strapping
- Structural Bodywork
- Trigger Point Therapy
A studio class is also included as appropriate to your needs and will be recommended by your physio.
4 x 30 MINUTE APPOINTMENTS
1 x STUDIO SESSION
PACKAGE PRICE: £320
PACKAGE VALUE: £401
OUR RUNNING SPECIALISTS
PIOTR MIZEREK MCSP
Piotr gained an MSc in Physiotherapy in Poland and went on to do post-graduate study in soft tissue therapy. He worked in orthopaedic and physiotherapy clinics in his home country before coming to live in the UK.
Piotr is highly client focused and is passionate about health and wellbeing. He has a holistic approach to his therapy and believes that pain is a signpost that points to the root cause of a problem.
Piotr works with a combination of Structural Bodywork, Deep Tissue Massage, Sports or Relaxing Massage, Cupping, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial Release and Stretching, Muscle Energy Technique, Core Stability Exercises, EMM-Tech, Acupuncture and Home Exercises.
Piotr works as a Physiotherapist and Clinical Massage Therapist.
JAI MISTRY MCSP MACP MSC
Following graduation from the University of Nottingham, Jai has gained a vast amount of experience working in private practices, sport settings and NHS trusts across the UK. Jai has experience working for large London teaching hospitals including Kings college Hospital with experience in undergraduate lecturing.
Jai is currently a highly specialised team lead Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist at St George's Hospital. He has recently completed a masters in Advanced Neuromusculoskeletal Physiotherapy at King's College London which is an accredited masters by the MACP (Musculoskeletal Association for Chartered Physiotherapists).
Jai has a special interest in sports injuries and lower limb biomechanics, as well as pain neuroscience. He is currently working on a research paper investigating knee ligament (ACL's) exercise programmes which he intends to publish.
Jai also spent time in Cambodia training staff and patients in a amputee and paediatric clinic.
He adopts a holistic and contemporary evidence based practice when treating patients and works to achieve optimal function as soon as possible.
Jai aims to treats patients in a manner which promotes long term prevention of conditions, and strives to motivate patients to rehabilitate to their maximum potential.
MARY FON SING MCSP
Mary graduated from University of Melbourne in 2011 and has recently moved to London from Melbourne to explore more of Europe. As a physiotherapist certified in Clinical Pilates and working at the Commonwealth Games 2018, Mary enjoys working with patients recovering from spinal problems and sports injuries.
Patients’ goals, especially returning back to work and sports, is one of Mary’s main focus areas when treating her patients.
Mary has a keen interest in sports injuries and spinal conditions.
Her physiotherapy management includes manual therapy, Pilates driven exercise rehabilitation, dry needling and taping. Mary also specialises in pelvic floor, abdominal muscle training, breathing awareness, postural and ergonomic education in her management.
In her spare time, Mary is an avid volleyball player, martial arts enthusiast and likes chasing waves to surf. Last but not least, she speaks French and can help out if you’re lost in translation!
NICOLE LEE MCSP
She has considerable experience in treating musculoskeletal problems, especially sports-related injuries and enjoys rehabilitating people back to full function. Nicole is trained in acupuncture and also has APPI Matwork Pilates training.
CORINNE LETIZIA MCSP
Corinne is originally from Australia and graduated from James Cook University in Townsville in 2013. She has experience working in both a hospital and musculoskeletal private practice setting which has helped her to understand the treatment required at all stages of rehabilitation.
Since completing her degree Corinne has become a qualified Women's Health Physiotherapist and has more recently had experience working within the NHS specifically treating women with continence issues.
Corinne also has a special interest in pre- and post-natal physiotherapy and was part of the team which pioneered an in-hospital post-natal Women's Health Physiotherapy service in the private hospital situated in her hometown.
Corinne has also completed an advanced DMA Clinical Pilates course and has experience teaching small group classes as well as completing one-on-one sessions which can be highly beneficial when creating a tailored programme specific to the level and injury of the individual.
Corinne also has experience with 'hands on' physiotherapy such as massage and in addition is trained in dry needling. She is interested in treating acute and chronic lower back pain as well as post-operative, orthopaedic and surgical rehabilitation. Corinne is very thorough in her assessments and strives to ensure she provides the highest level of client care.