We scrutinise the way you train in the gym or dojo; on the street, field or pitch. We analyse the way you run, throw a kick, kick a ball or lift weights so we can improve the way your body moves and protect against future injury.
Even if you’re not injured now, you may well have injury skeletons in your locker. So, using interviewing and slow-motion, full-body video analysis of the way you move, we build up an historic injury profile and current movement profile, then create a risk analysis for the future. We crack historic injury cases like a detective for the body. No matter how long ago you suffered an injury or trauma, and regardless of how you think it affected the movement of your body, it’s all connected and it all leaves a trace. Even psychological and vascular traumas take their toll on the body.
Exercise forms the foundation of ProCare's philosophy but we are also experts in other areas which affect performance including nutrition, sleep, relaxation and psychology. We combine skilled movement and physical training with optimal rest, recovery, appropriate diet and a strong mind so you can excel in your chosen sport. Whatever it is you want to do: lose weight, gain muscle, or perform better, we will help you achieve it.
We use a mindful approach to athletic training and are realistic about goals. It's important that you understand where you are starting from and where you want to be in the future. Collaboratively, we set short and long term goals so that training is tailored to you, and around your life. If you only have 20 minutes for a workout, we’ll design one for you. After spending time at the proCare clinic you will be robust, adaptable and complete.
Just want to say thank you Andrew for improving my quality of life. I've had back/hip/knee problems for years and no-one could diagnose the problem. Through the exercises and advice you gave me I felt an immediate reduction in discomfort and my previously obvious limp is much less apparent. I still forget about crossing my legs sometimes!!!
- Hilary Cromey