Sports Injuries

If you are running more than you used to, or you've bought exercise equipment to use at home, well done. If you think you have developed an injury that resting isn't easing up, you may need help working out what has gone wrong and how to treat it at home and how to prevent it recurring.

If you have had a serious sports injury, please seek medical help. Muscle tears where you have swelling and bruising below or around the tear site may be serious and, again, you should get medical help. Some GP services allow you to take a photo of the affected area and send it to them to assess.

If you have had a sports injury in the past, such as shin splints, or inflammation of a tendon and you are fairly sure it has recurred or that you know what it is, but you're not sure how to treat it successfully, please contact me and we can arrange a video appointment.

Minor sports injuries (those that don't cause bruising but may involve inflammation, stiffness and pain), usually resolve with rest or with a lower impact exercise.
The Bodywork Studio used to be located on Upper Street, Islington in London, but now support is online so I can be where you are.
For the video call, I am very flexible with hours. We can schedule it when it suits you. If you need to put your kids to bed first, later in the evening is fine. If you are in a different time zone, we can arrange a time that works for you.

Cancellation Policy

If you've paid for a week of support and scheduled a video call, but need to reschedule your call, please give me as much notice as you can so I can offer the time to another client. If you have paid for a video call and you miss it without giving me prior notice, I will try to provide whatever email support I am able to for the rest of the seven days, but I may not be able to schedule a video call.