I had a great session at The Moving Body and the instructor was very knowledgeable. I had experienced heel pain but after the exercises, the pain was gone the next day and I feel really good. I look forward to going back to my running soon.
Chu from Bangkok
My son has been having Physiotherapy to help his balance, coordination and strength. After 18 months, he has achieved great improvement. I am always kept informed of his exercises and what the goals are. There is excellent communication both ways.
Physiotherapy sessions are not just essential for my pain management, they are genuinely fun! Can't do without them.
After 6 sessions working on my sprained lower back, I no longer suffer from severe back pain. Working on my posture and with Pilates exercises done on a daily routine, I haven't had any problems since.
I suffer from persistent neck and upper back issues and the pain radiates from those areas to my arms and head. With a combination of trigger point therapy, manual therapy and Pilates based exercises, the progress I make is amazing.
After struggling with back pain on and off for a couple of years, Physiotherapy treatment and the incorporation of Pilates has helped me get back to the gym and exercising. I feel better than I have in years.
When I was 8 months pregnant, I started feeling pain on the right side of my jaw, making me unable to speak without pain. I started treatment 7 months post-natal to release the spots of tension causing the pain. After a few sessions my problem was solved.
During my pregnancy, I had useful advice on what pilates exercises to do and what not to do for my upcoming labour and birth.
I started Physiotherapy almost immediately after my ankle surgery, primarily working on managing inflammation and ensuring proper recovery. With care and proper training, I feel stronger and more secure now and still continue sessions for pain management, flexibility and strength training.
After having surgeries on both my knees within the span of 5 months, it was important to get the proper rehabilitation needed in order to recover fully, and properly. I would work on exercises specific to my individual needs and abilities at the time, and gradually alter them according to my progress. Having access to proper equipment and resource, such as the reformer or the cycle was also very good as well as the feedback and guidance when doing the exercises. 4 months later I am able to go back to sport.
Since I started physio sessions and have been doing specific exercises for my sciatic condition, I no longer feel as much pain. My 12.5 year old pre-teen has also been having sessions for her pronated feet and knee issues and there has been good progress.
As an addicted triathlete, being unable to run before a competition due to a sharp pain in my lateral knee made me see a Physiotherapist. Under the advise of Shlomit, who is a triathlete herself, the treatment and exercises were very efficient. In only 2 weeks, I was able to start running again, I finished the race without pain.