New services at Perform physiotherapy

08 October 2014

Perform is a specialist sports physiotherapy and human performance centre based at Shawfair Park Hospital. The centre is ideal for people who participate in exercise, and is suitable for weekend warriers through to elite sports men and women.

Legs of runners in a race

Latest services to be added to their growing specialities:

Triathlon Biomechanics Profiling
If your passion is triathlons, this service is perfect for you. Understand how to:

  • streamline position in the water and on the bike
  • improve running technique and efficiency
  • boost your triathlon performance
  • prevent injuries

Triathlon Biomechanics Profile: £99 (1.5 hours with a Perform Physiotherapist)
Follow-up treatment: £45 (30 minutes)

Snow Sports Pilates
This sport specific one hour Pilates class will help improve your flexibility, balance and core strength in preparation for your snow sports holiday. The class is best suited to skiers as part of their preparation before the ski season. If you are from a different sporting discipline, this class may also be suitable for you as small class sizes mean exercises can be tailored to suit your individual sporting needs.

Introductory offer of £55 for a four-week block.

Rapid Access Injury Clinic
Whether you’re a weekend football player or an elite sporting star, our rapid access clinic provide fast, one-stop access to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries. We have full access to X-ray, ultrasound and MRI scanning should your injury require in-depth investigation.

Initial assessment: £120 (includes diagnosis and injury management plan)
Enhancement assessment: £250 (includes diagnosis and injury management plan, ultrasound scan, X-ray*, pain relief and physiotherapy aids)
* Limited to one X-ray area

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