New Physio at Imber

I am really pleased that starting in February we will have Physiotherapy Services in our Health Club. The physio is Mathew Lawrence, MSc MCSP HCPC and other than having more letters after his name than Dominik, some may recognise him as the Head Coach at Crossfit2012. I have known Matt for some time now and he is a very likable and an inspirational character who I am sure will be a real asset to Imber with the physio services he is providing.

He will provide rehabilitation treatments focused on bio-mechanics and movement dysfunction including dry needling, spinal manipulation, kinesiology taping, and soft tissue mobilisation.

It is really easy to book,  just email Matt  at info@crossfit2012.co.uk and if you mention in your email that you are an Imber member he will give a 10% discount.

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Matthew Lawrence, Senior Physiotherapist MSc MCSP HCPC

Matt graduated from the University of East London in 2009 with an Honours degree in Physiotherapy. This allowed Matt to further fulfil his ambition of an all-encompassing approach to Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation. Matt’s most proud achievement to date was providing Physiotherapy and assistant coaching support to the Men’s Goalball Team at the Paralympic Games in London 2012. His main interest as a Physiotherapist is in the rehabilitation setting, focusing on biomechanics and movement dysfunction. His Physiotherapy skills cover dry needling, spinal manipulation, kinesiology taping, and soft tissue mobilisation strategies.

Please email us at info@crossfit2012.co.uk to book an appointment with Matt.

 

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