PERSONAL TRAINING AND EXERCISE REHABILITATION
PERSONAL TRAINING SOLIHULL
Specialist Exercise & Performance Training
Dynamic Osteopaths provides excellent services in Personal Training in Solihull, based at Tudor Grange Leisure Centre. Here our experienced fitness professionals will help and guide you through to the goals you are looking to achieve. Our Solihull Personal Trainers motivate clients by setting goals and providing feedback and accountability to clients. Our Personal Training at Dynamic Osteopaths Solihull will also measure their client's strengths and weaknesses and provide regular assessments on how the chosen targets are being met. Fitness assessments may also be performed before and after an exercise program to measure client's improvements in physical fitness. Our Personal Trainers in Solihull will also educate their clients in many other aspects of wellness besides exercise, including general health and nutrition guidelines. Our qualified personal trainers recognise their own areas of expertise. If a trainer suspects that one of his or her clients has a medical condition that could prevent the client from safe participation in an exercise program, they must refer the client to the proper health professional for prior clearance.
Adam Whatley is a Sports Osteopath and elite personal trainer, who from past experiences in the clinical setting, has gained a huge interest in the area/s of sports medicine & performance, advanced human kinematics and clinical neurology, in addition to neuro-musculoskeletal rehabilitation. Within his area of clinical practice, he works in the diagnosis and treatment (manual and physical therapy) of
neuromusculoskeletal conditions. He has previously covered a great deal in the combined areas of neuromusculokeletal dysfunction and clinical medicine, alongside sports performance and human movement.
Exercise and Back Pain
Keeping your body active during periods of acute back pain and chronic back pain is extremely important. It was once thought that during periods acute low back pain that one should rest as much as possible in positions that positive to spinal decompression. Now, contrary to this, it is becoming more and more evidence of the vital importance of keeping the body moving and carrying our regular exercise that is consistent and PAIN-FREE. One of the reasons for this is due to the concept of venous congestion, in that keeping the body moving allows waste products, like pro-inflammatories to be moved away from the site of damage and pain. Another reason is that muscle tissue is packed with receptors that register movement, this movement can then act therapeutically to stabilise where required, promote control of the nervous system and help promote healing of damaged tissues.
This begin said it is just as important to allow for adequate periods of rest during periods of acute back pain, alongside appropriate treatment. It is recommended keeping the body moving as much as possible, but keeping your back posture upright whilst maintaining neutral alignment. Walking is a great example – as it provides healthy spinal rotation and is kept neutral. It is likely that during the first few minutes that pain will persist. Allow pain to reduce as the body becomes accustomed. If the pain still persists in the back OR legs please contact us or your GP for further advice, as your back pain may be coming from a different source.