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Thursday 5th September 2019
Breathing training is the missing link in your sports performance
Earlier this year we became the only clinic in the region to offer respiratory training for improved exercise performance.
Since the launch, our respiratory specialist Sarah Fowler has been working with some of the region’s top athletes including GB 50km and three times Brighton Marathon winner Helen Davies.
She said ‘using Sarah’s inspire breathing training, I am so impressed by the improvements. For anyone thinking they are struggling or athletes wanting to make those marginal gains I highly recommend seeing Sarah’.
Breathing training is not just for the professionals. According to USA Olympic triathlon coach Trevor Grey ‘all athletes, at all levels, in all sports should use this type of training’.
If you’re into sport, specialist breathing training will:
Increase your power;
Improve your efficiency;
Lead to better performance.
Whatever you’re in to…. Running, Swimming, Cycling, Football, Triathlon…. our individually prescribed Respiratory training can help you meet your goals.
Combining the expertise of our Specialist Respiratory Physiotherapist Sarah Fowler, with a state-of-the-art inspiratory muscle training system we will maximise your sporting performance. Our approach is scientific, and the improvements are measurable.
Discover the training ‘secret weapon’ that elite athletes already know!
For further information please do not hesitate to contact the practice on 01473 810185 and follow Sarah on Facebook (Sarah Fowler Respiratory Physiotherapy), Twitter (@inspirebreath) and Instagram (sarah_fowler_resp_physio)
Thursday 5th September 2019
Just to let everyone know that Jacqui will be holding an ad hoc clinic on Saturday 14th September at our Ipswich practice between 9am and 1pm.
If you would like to book in to see her please call the practice on 01473 810185.
Wednesday 28th August 2019
Our qualified Massage Therapist will visit your premises and treat your employees to a relaxing 10-15-minute neck and shoulder massage – it will make their week!
Massage has been shown to improve brainpower, allowing the mind the freedom to focus. Forbes Magazine reports that today many executives are viewing massage as an essential part of their work routine.
Massage boosts immunity and helps reduce headaches, strain and pain caused by sitting at a desk or car throughout the working day. It also reduces stress levels and improves the quality of sleep, leaving you well rested and refreshed in the morning.
Become a forward-thinking company and reward your hard-working employees with a desk massage. Not only will your staff feel healthier, your company’s productivity and efficiency will benefit in return.
If you would like further information, please call the practice on 01473 810185.
Wednesday 28th August 2019
Did you know that Physio can help with:
• Whiplash/ neck pain or stiffness
• Shoulder /arm pain
• Elbow/wrist & hand pain
• Carpal tunnel symptoms
• Chest & rib pain
• Low back pain
• Pelvic & hip pain
• Ante and post-natal pain
• Knee, ankle & foot pain
• Sports & running injuries
• Ligament and muscular tears
• Nerve pain
• Poor Posture
• Repetitive strain injuries
Want to know more.....then please call the practice on 01473 810185.
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My experience of the physio here has been very positive. I felt comfortable with James, he explained the issue that I had, treated it and gave me exercises to do...... read more
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I have suffered from Fibromyalgia (a condition causing pain in the muscles, tendons and ligaments) for many years and have struggled to find the right exercise to improve my condition.... read more
I began Pilates classes with Charlotte in Jan 2014, following the advice of an osteopath I had been visiting. The osteopath had been attempting to fix an excruciating shoulder I...... read more
I have been attending Charlotte’s Pilates class for about nine months and am amazed at how much improvement there has been. Because the classes are small, Lottie is able to...... read more
Hadleigh Physiotherapy is fantastic. Charlotte and Will have worked with a number of my family members who benefitted from their expertise and knowledge, in relation both to long standing postural...... read more
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