Are you slope fit?

Working with skiers and snow boarders of all abilities to get you slope fit

Our specialist physiotherapists at Perform Edinburgh assess and tailor your treatment plan to ensure you are in great shape for your ski season.

Poor fitness and muscle imbalances are just two of the most common risk factors for injury on the slopes. By optimising your strength and flexibility you can help avoid injury, expensive medical bills and dramatically improve your stamina, control and technique.

What does the snow sports assessment include?

Your one hour snow sports assessment will include:

  • A detailed history of your past and present injuries
  • A biomechanical assessment which will identify your areas of tightness, weakness, muscle imbalance and core strength
  • A personal fitness programme to get you ready for the slopes

What are the benefits of a snow sports assessment?

  • To improve skiing/snowboarding strength and endurance for the slopes
  • To identify potential links to avoid injuries
  • To minimise aggravation and impact old of injuries
  • To help prevent muscle fatigue after a hard day

Why not also book on to our snow sports specific Pilates class? This one hour class will improve flexibility, balance and core strength over a 4 week block in preparation for your holiday. 

How much will it cost?

The one hour snow sport assessment is £80.

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