Biomechanics Coaching

Biomechanics is the study of the human body and how it moves in mechanical terms. The science is divided into two areas of study: extrinsic and intrinsic Biomechanics.

Extrinsic Biomechanics looks at movements, the measurement of those movements or tasks, and then establishes the most efficient way to maximise those movements and ultimately improve sports performance; it is an important science that is relevant to any sport, fitness or work-related physical conditioning.

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Pilates

Pilates is an invigorating form of exercise for your mind and body that can improve your strength, flexibility and overall mobility. It helps restore your body to balance. As a result, your posture will change and you will move more efficiently. You’ll achieve a strong core (core stability), develop longer, leaner muscles and improve your overall sense of well-being. And, if you are a sports enthusiast, Pilates can help improve your game.

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Personal Training

Functional Training and Sports performance are the latest trends at the moment. Combining functional movement patterns to engage several muscle groups rather than being so isolated with our workouts is fast becoming the next way forward in Personal Training. However we need to be sure that all the muscles and joints that are involved in these movement patterns are free from dysfunction and compensations.

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Sports Massage

In your initial consultation prior to your treatment I will give you a Biomechanical assessment where I’ll assess every area of your body’s movement. Any areas of dysfunction highlighted in the screening process will assist me in helping you get the most from your treatment.

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Testimonials

Antonia Flockhart

I have suffered with back problems since I was 21, largely undiagnosed and unspecific. Since seeing Nigel, I have a greater understanding of how my back pain is caused and that there can be numerous factors and body parts involved that all contribute to the discomfort/problem area. Nigel looks at the body very much as […]

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Stephen Hutchinson

I have left off writing this for several months as I hate those user reviews that tell you that the new thing that has just been unwrapped looks cool when what you want to know is whether the thing does the job and stands up to day to day use. So what of Mr McHollan […]

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Kenny Edmond

Following years of being fit and running many marathons, I suddenly found myself crippled with spondylolithesis.  I could not stand for more than even a minute without experiencing agony, or walk short distances without the aid of a stick.  I tried everything – Spire hospital course, physiotherapy, strong pain killers etc.  but all with no […]

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Scott McEwan

After being in an RTA in 2010 I was sent to physiotherapists in order to fix pain in my leg and shoulder. After nearly a years worth of treatment I still had no cure but thanks to Nigel in only four sessions my knee began to feel stronger and become pain free. Therapy for my […]

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