Dynamic Osteopaths provide and offer an exclusive Personal Training service and Injury Rehabilitation out of Tudor Grange Leisure Centre in Solihull that is setting new industry standards for rapid and outstanding physical performance transformations.
Our specialised approach to Personal Training ensures you achieve the best possible results you want no matter what your goals. Our Director and lead Personal Trainer is a sports osteopath and exercise specialist who has developed an experienced highly qualified wealth of knowledge in exercise performance and injury rehabilitation.
Dynamic Osteopaths Personal Training provides a high-standard luxury Personal Training service in the centre of Solihull, West Midlands out of fantastic facilities within Tudor Grange Leisure Centre. Over the years Dynamic Osteopaths have built a very high reputation for high quality personal training services within Solihull and surrounding local areas of Birmingham and Warwickshire.
Our aim is to take you to the peak of your athletic performance and conditioning with all the support you need from an exercise specialist and a fully qualified healthcare professional; whether that be an osteopath, physiotherapist, sports medicine doctor or a specialist consultant. Our unique services cover every aspect from individual programme design, injury and movement science, nutrition planning, physical therapy, manual therapy, regular monitoring, goal setting and re-assessments to ensure you achieve the very best results possible. We are also sports injury specialists, who work daily with injury rehabilitation and musculoskeletal dysfunction, providing regular treatment to a high standard, and IF necessary our lead personal trainer Adam Whatley is also fully qualified in musculoskeletal / joint injection therapy and can provide cortisone injections under the correct circumstances and IF fully needed. This being said, he will try every conservative method prior to this before hand.
Feedback from our clients gives us huge confidence and we are raising the bar across the industry. Our goal was simple – to deliver outstanding results whilst providing the best personal training in Solihull.
How Osteopathic Medicine Works
More and more people are consulting osteopaths, reaching over 7 million consultation each year, this mainly due to natural promotion of health.
Osteopaths have been helping people variety of a variety of ages with varied health issues for many years without the use surgery at a first call.
Osteopaths get proven results with these specific health conditions by using the best available evidence based research, patient preference and osteopathic expertise.
Here at Dynamic Osteopaths we use out underpinning osteopathic medical philosophy along with new and up and coming research to provide the best level of pain relief services to our patients. Here we assess your health, explain what we’ve found and make specific recommendations once what it is we may have found:
• Your health and Wellbeing is primary objective
• The optimal function and your neurology and circulatory system
• Stress results in cortisol and can overload your body systems relating you illness and poor health
• Spinal joint dysfunction had a large relation to compensatory control
• Spinal manipulation can help restore spinal range if motion
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We have all been told over and over that we should always bend at the knees and keep a straight back when lifting. What happens if you don’t do this? CASE STUDY:
20 year old male patient, that began experiencing lower back pain and morning stiffness, which has steadily worsened to the point where he is now in constant pain and finds it difficult to work.
At the base of the spine, it was identified that the last vertebral disc had become greatly reduced compared to the other disc spaces in his spine.
This is a degenerative process that greatly accelerates if the back joints are readily subjected to high levels of strain during lifting.
Bending at the knees and keeping a straight back when we lift keeps this strain to a minimum. This is otherwise known as keeping a natural spine!
Although Osteopathic treatment may help relieve the pain and stiffness that occurs in a case like this, the real cure is to make sure that you look after your lower back in the first place
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Regular exercise has many benefits, not just for general fitness, but also for people who may be suffering from ongoing chronic pain, within the spine and the joints. Evidence identifies how keeping yourself active and exercising regularly provides huge benefits for you joints – keeping then well lubricated which in turn reduces stiffness and pain, at the same time as keeping your muscles active and strong, which enables your joints to be more stable and better at dealing with dynamic properties.
Dynamic Osteopaths are traditional osteopaths with strong backgrounds in sports medicine, that see patients on a daily basis who are dealing with the difficulties of chronic pain. Here at Dynamic Osteopaths we treat such musculoskeletal conditions by providing spinal and muscular osteopathic treatment, specifically aimed at reducing pain and promoting individual function, enabling regular bouts of exercise to continue. Here, our osteopaths will provide full support of specific stretches and exercises to help enhance mobility and strengthen problematic areas. The sports osteopath, who is an exercise specialist will recommend how many times a week exercise and will educate you on why these exercises are important to prevent injury.
Here at Dynamic Osteopaths, we have operating clinics within Henley In Arden, Solihull and Harborne Birmingham, where we provide comprehensive treatment and support for chronic pain suffers.
For further information, feel free to contact us on 0121 472 1268 or visit our website at www.dynamicosteopaths.com to find out further information.