Dynamic Osteopaths – collaboration with Urban Body Physiotherapist & Personal Training


Dynamic Osteopaths is now collaboration with Urban Body Physiotherapy and Personal Training.

Urban Body is a well established specialist personal training company, in addition to rehabilitation and physiotherapy with a proven record of exceptional results and outstanding levels of service to clients.

Urban Body is seeking high calibre freelance personal trainers / sports rehabilitators who can bring experience, expertise and a great customer service. We are looking for motivated individuals capable of developing a successful business in personal training.

You will have a minimum of REPS 3 accreditation and public liability insurance. Your willingness and ability to interact with members will be key to your success. You will need to be fully committed to this role for building a strong client base.

Personal Training recruitment will involve in depth training and mentoring by sports osteopaths, physiotherapists and exercise specialists. Thus in addition to business support!

For further information please contact us on jakewhite@urbanbody.co.uk or tel: 07966575643.

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Osteopathic Clinic Harborne Birmingham


New osteopathic clinic is now open in Harborne Birmingham where registered Osteopath Adam Whatley is now practicing.

This new osteopathic clinic in Harborne Birmingham will now be collaborating with the Harborne Back Pain Clinic, providing full comprehensive treatments for back pain, joint pain, neck pain and other various pain related complaints. This being in addition to sports injury treatment and assessment via an exercise Specialist (sports osteopath).

For further information on how we can help you please contact us in info@dynamicosteopaths.com or alternatively call out clinic mobile on 07966 317712

Common causes of injury and dysfunction seen by Dynamic Osteopaths


This can be a reaction evolving from a combination of stress factors which ultimately increase demand on muscles and increase compensatory factors:

1) muscular and postural imbalances
2) occupational, recreational stress
3) structural imbalances ie; leg length, birth defects)
4) hyper mobility or reduced mobility or joint, inclusive of arthritis.
5) repetitive strain / overuse
6) emotional stress factors
7) breathing pattern abnormalities
8) trauma, inflammation and subsequent fibrosis
9) disuse, immobility
10) reflexogenic influences (viserosomatic, myofascial…)
11) climate stress
12) nutritional deficiencies (reduced vitamin C reduces collagen efficiency for example)
13) infection or disease

These are all very important factors when considering injury and dysfunction and should be looked into very carefully.

Hereat Dynamic Osteopaths in Solihull and Henley In Arden, Warwickshire, we carefully examine each individual component that may be causing it predisposing your complaint.

For further information, please contact us at
info@dynamicosteopaths.com
Clinic mobile: 07966317713
www.dynamicosteopaths.com

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