Wed 12 Feb 2014
GOLF BIOMECHANICS: what a weekend we just had at Foxhills Golf Club working with Mark Bull (3D biomechanist) and Greg Brodie (Level 2 Golf coach). Interested in golf swings, read on...
How it all began
We can analyse any movement and make it better. Whether you want decreased pain or improved performance, we can set you on your way to achieving your goals. You will learn about yourself and your body and what it is capable of and come out of our sessions with the powers to improve your health. Read more for further information.
Since using this framework, our sports science biomechanical and functional anatomy knowledge has married up to our hands on assessment and treatment skills and our interest in the body and how it is connected together has spiralled. It is impossible to communicate in words the difference this understanding of the body connections has and the effect it has had on our treatment and assessment, so we asked several current clients to complete video feedback. Please feel free to listen to their experiences and hopefully you will see the difference we can make. Click here for video testimonials.
Our mission is to have multiple services working under the same assessment structure including pilates, sports massage, personal training, podiatry, reflexology and osteopathy. We want clients to feel that they know exactly what they will get when they come to a Bodymechanics clinic and that they will leave better than when they arrived.
If you would like to make an appointment, contact us today and we will endeavour to see you as quickly as possible. Click here to see how to make an appointment.
Education and treatment
We aim to show you any movement dysfunction or problem and for you to feel the difference in movement when that dysfunction is corrected. If you do not feel that you have an understanding of the problem that we have assessed and treatment and are not clear on how you can move better when you have finished a session with us we want to know!
Feedback is essential to us in order that we can strive to give you the best service possible. We are keen for both positive and negative feedback, particularly any thoughts on how we can make your experience of the Bodymechanics services better.
Please take the time to tell us any feedback. This can be done by simply talking to us about any thoughts that you may have, contacting us by phone or email or simply use the feedback button at the bottom of the website and tell us what is good, what is bad and what can be done better! Feedback can be anonymous, we are just happy to be able to develop by listening and acting on your thoughts. With your help, we can achieve the high standards of service that we are aiming for. Please help us to help you.
Jon, Dave and the Bodymechanics Team.