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Most athletes will experience an injury at some point during their training. The two broad categories of injury are chronic injuries which are considered those which come on gradually such as runners knee, tennis elbow and shin splints and Acute which are sudden onset of sharp pain usually related to an injury.

Any injury can be extremely frustrating for the athlete and in order to prevent them happening again there are a number of measures that can be taken.

At the Claygate clinic we offer the following services to help with injury prevention.

 

 

Sports injury

  • A biomechanical assessment of the feet - Have a look at your feet, are they flat or noticeably swollen around the big toe joint. Are there areas of hard skin where increased pressure is being placed or is there uneven wear on the soles of your shoes? If so, consider a biomechanics assessment with our podiatry team. Find Out More →

 

  • Joint and spine assessment - Many sports injuries can be a result of stiffness in other joints which we don't even know we have. This stiffness can be due to old injuries and scar tissue formation, muscle imbalance from bad habits, curvature of the spine and more. We can provide a full assessment and/or treatment and advice. Find Out More →

 

  • A personalised nutrition plan - When exercising, the correct balance of nutrients is scientifically proven to reduce injury and improve recovery time. The amount and intensity of the exercise will determine what your body needs. Find Out More →

 

  • Stress management with NLP - Stress has been shown to cause increased muscle tension and coordination difficulties which can result in an increased risk of injury in an athlete. High levels of stress can slow muscle growth and repair. Stress management techniques have been shown to significantly reduce injury rates in athletes. Read More →
  • Pilates reformer core strength programme - The ‘reformer’ equipment is a great way to start exercising after an injury. The equipment is so gentle, and this combined with the fundamental principles of Pilates – precise movements performed in a safe way – will help you regain your strength and posture.                  Find out More →

 

 

Our Treatments


 

Chiropody For Gait Analysis

Chiropody Claygate Clinic

Have a look at your feet, are they flat or noticeably swollen around the big toe joint. Are there areas of hard skin where increased pressure is being placed or is there uneven wear on the soles of your shoes? If so, consider a biomechanics assessment with our podiatry team.

Find Out More →

 

 

Nutritional Support

When exercising, the correct balance of nutrients is scientifically proven to reduce injury and improve recovery time. The amount and intensity of the exercise will determine what your body needs. Book a consultation with our nutritionist to find out more.

Find Out More →

 

 

Osteopathy For Joint stiffness

Many sports injuries can be a result of stiffness in other joints which we don't even know we have. This stiffness can be due to old injuries and scar tissue formation, muscle imbalance from bad habits, curvature of the spine and more. We can provide a full assessment and/or treatment and advice

Find Out More →

 

 

Pilates Reformer

Used by professional athletes including Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Chris Hoy and Sally Gunnell MBE. The mobiliser is a specially designed bed with rollers built into it. The rollers gently travel along the length of the spine, neck, shoulders and legs using repetitive movements so your body is 'ironed out'.

Find Out More →

 

 

Stress Management with NLP

Stress has been shown to cause increased muscle tension and coordination difficulties which can result in an increased risk of injury in an athlete. High levels of stress can slow muscle growth and repair. Stress management techniques have been shown to significantly reduce injury rates in athletes.

Find Out More →

 

 

Mobiliser

Mobiliser Claygate Clinic

Used by professional athletes including Sir Steve Redgrave, Sir Chris Hoy and Sally Gunnell MBE. The mobiliser is a specially designed bed with rollers built into it. The rollers gently travel along the length of the spine, neck, shoulders and legs using repetitive movements so your body is 'ironed out'.

Find Out More →

 

 

Our Therapists


 

Fiona Kumar

Fiona Kumar

Podiatry/Chiropody

I am qualified in all areas of Podiatry and am able to deal with any foot problem you may have. I am committed to offering the highest standard of professional foot care and tailoring treatments to each individual’s needs. I qualified from the University of Southampton in 2011.