PB movement are a team of therapists who are passionate about helping you move better. Whether your goal is to move pain free, run your first 5km or improve in your desired sport or general fitness then we have the right team member to help and support you.
We work by understanding you, your history and what you want to achieve. Working together we can then plan how we can take you on your path to success.
Every client has an initial assessment which is where we learn about you. We then build a plan where you receive regular one to one support, a personalised exercise programme with your daily exercises via an app and direct contact with your therapist.
Connection allows better opportunity for progress, for growth and for long-term change. Whether that’s personal, professional or connection with your own body.
Empowerment is a powerful feeling. It allows you to have confidence to make better decisions, that may be with your health, your time or your situation.
Without honesty we wouldn’t be able to instigate change. You cannot expect to see “results” if you don’t truly face what is in front of you.
We are a dedicated team of movement specialists who are passionate about helping people in pain learn how to live a pain free life.
Team PB Movement are a multi disciplinary team of Sports Therapists, Physiotherapists and Sports Massage Therapists who are here to empower you to move better. If you are struggling with pain, injury or just feel you are not moving right then we can help.
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