Helping people with back pain and promoting healthier backs in Warrington, Cheshire
Helping you to find the source of your back pain
"97% of people with back pain could benefit by learning the Alexander Technique - it is only a very small minority of back pain sufferers that require medical intervention such as surgery" - Jack Stern (Spinal Neorosurgeon)
We all want to be fit and well and as active as we can. The Alexander Technique can help you find the source of your pain and give you the tools to become more aware of how you move in everyday life and put you more in control of how you react to pain.
You’ll learn skills for effortless posture.
You'll learn to understand your body more and how it moves through bio-mechanical feedback.
You’ll have skills to manage the pain when it hits.
You’ll have tools to reduce the chances of pain coming back.
I have experienced bouts of back pain myself and know and understand what works and what doesn't in terms of how we go about our every day lives from walking the dog to putting your shoes on or loading the dishwasher. Often the very thought of doing any of these actions can instill a thought of fear of what might happen. I can help you to overcome these reactions, teach you to move in a different and less harmful way.
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Testimonial - Jon long term back pain
“Having suffered from back pain for 12 years I have been through numerous physiotherapy sessions and pain clinics. Mostly, the advice I have heard is that my injury is incurable and that I would suffer from back pain for the rest of my life.
Testimonial - Brian can now walk 5 miles without back pain
I decided to walk across to the retail park today. When I got back and checked my fitbit it said that I had covered 5.4 miles for the day.
Wendy can now pick up her granddaughter without the fear of pain
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